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Arthur Lloyd Fletcher, 1881-
History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.
Raleigh, N.C.: The History Committee of the 113th F.A., 1920.

Snowing the street back of the men's quarters. These stone
barracks were built by Napoleon I. The first building was part of Headquarters Company's territory, with Battery A next and running on down to the building at the end of the street which housed the Supply Company.

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Subjects:
  • Military facilities--France--Camp De Coetquidan--1910-1920.