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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.

The interesting part of this picture is the structure at the right with many glass windows, known as the "Officers' Club," where officers not fortunate enough to have company messes existed on French rations, vin rouge and blanc, et cetera.

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