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C. T. Art Colortone
This color postcard features uniformed men gathered around radio and sound equipment with tents and other people seen in the distance. The title along the top of the card reads "In The Signal Corps at Camp Shelby, Mississippi" The back of the postcard provides artist and publisher information as well as indication for postage stamp placement. The description in the top left corner reads "Camp Shelby, Mississippi Is named for a famed leader of men of Colonial Days, Colonel Isaac Shelby. Created during the World War days, the camp was named in honor of a fighter who earned a niche in history's hall by performing valiantly in the Reveolutionary War. Camp Shelby is the second largest training camp. Built to accommodate 55,000 men."
D. E. Levine News Agency
Postcards; Hattiesburg, MS; Military Training Camps--United States; Camp Shelby (MS)
Hattiesburg, MS; Camp Shelby, MS
Mississippi State University Libraries, Manuscripts Division, Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Mississippiana Collection, Camp Shelby
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Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University