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Post Card of Camp Lewis, American Lake Wash. No. 223 Birds Eye View Camp Lewis, American Lake Wash.

1918-10-07

Latah County Historical Society

Latah County Historical Society

Post card from Mr. Edwin Forest to his brother. The image shows Camp Lewis during the First World War including soldiers, baracks, stables, cars and trees.
This image was scanned from a scrapbook of materials donated by the Forest family who lived near Kendrick, Idaho. The Latah County Historical Society maintains these scans as a digital collection. Original scrapbooks can be found at the Juliaetta-Kendrick Heritage Foundation Museum.

Front side of a post card from Mr. Edwin Forest to his brother. The image shows Camp Lewis during the First World War including soldiers, baracks, stables, cars and trees.
This image was scanned from a scrapbook of materials donated by the Forest family who lived near Kendrick, Idaho. The Latah County Historical Society maintains these scans as a digital collection. Original scrapbooks can be found at the Juliaetta-Kendrick Heritage Foundation Museum.

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  • Title: Post Card of Camp Lewis, American Lake Wash. No. 223 Birds Eye View Camp Lewis, American Lake Wash.
  • Date Created: 1918-10-07, 1918-10-07
  • Location: Camp Lewis, Washington, Camp Lewis, Washington
  • Subject Keywords: WW1, First World War, Camp Lewis, Baracks, Stables, Soldiers, WW1, First World War, Camp Lewis, Baracks, Stables, Soldiers
  • Rights: Digital Image copyright Latah County Historical Society, all rights reserved. Contact the Latah County Historical Society for reproduction information.

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