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WORLD WAR I: CAMP DIX.
Sorting new members of the U.S. Army by height at Camp Dix in Wrightstown, New Jersey. Photograph, fall 1917.
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U.S. ARMY: FORT DIX, 1940.
Aerial view of the grounds of Fort Dix, New Jersey; the tents house National Guardsmen. Photograph, 1940.
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WORLD WAR I: DISCHARGE.
Troops who had been in training receiving their honorable discharge papers and parting from officers with a final salute at Camp Dix, New Jersey. Photograph, c1918.
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WWI: ARMY INDUCTION.
Newly drafted members of the U.S. Army arriving at Camp Dix at Wrightstown, New Jersey, during World War I, 1918.
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0409357
WORLD WAR I: DISCHARGE.
Troops turning in their guns after being discharged at Camp Dix, New Jersey. Photograph, c1918.
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WORLD WAR I: GAS WARFARE.
Men of the U.S. Army passing through a trench filled with tear gas during training at Camp Dix, New Jersey. Photograph, c1917.
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WORLD WAR I: U.S. TROOPS.
American army recruits undergoing poison-gas training at Camp Dix, New Jersey. Stereograph, 1918.
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WWII: TRAINING, 1941.
American soldiers in training at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Photograph, 1941.
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0594477
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Unemployed African-American men from New York who are assigned to a reforestation project, receive their identity cards from non-commissioned officer C. E. Manley. The unemployed men were assigned to a reforestation project that was organized within the framework of 'Emergency Conservation Work' also know as the 'Civilian Conserva
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Doctors examine African-American men from New York who have been assigned to a re-forestation project. On the left, Lieutenant Jonathan Rigdon from Fort Slocum examines the ears of a recruit, while on the right, army doctor Lyman B. Hollingshead from Pemberton, listens to the heart of another recruit with a stethoscope. The unempl