Henderson Family Photographs of the U.S. Army School for Special and Morale Services
A collection of 14 photographic prints with a CD of digital copies of attendees of the U.S. Army School for Special and Morale Services at Washington and Lee University during World War II. Washington and Lee became a center for special services training during the war. Images include group photos of members of the school in front of the colonnade and a shot of the footbridge to Wilson Field. These are modern color prints from the original negatives and include captions. The physical prints are accompanied by a CD of digital files of the photographs.
- Majority of material found within Beginning of the U.S. Army Specialized Training Program at Washington and Lee
Language of Materials
Materials are entirely in English.
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14 Photographic Prints
- Henderson, James R., Jr. (Person)
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