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Title: Print No. 152826, January 8, 1919 (Here are shown the American and British officers in command of the forces at the Vaga river front. This front is the most distant of all from the base at Archangel, approximately 400 versts. In the front row, right to left are: Lieut. J. Douglas Winslow, 68th Battery, C.F.A. Capt. O.A. 0djard, Co. A, 339th Inf. officer in command, Ust Padenga front; lst Lieut. Harry H. Mead, Co. A. 339th Inf.; 1st Lieut. A.F. Collar, Co. A, 339th Inf., Second row, right to left; 2nd Lt. H.D. McPhaie, Co. A, 339th Inf; Lieut. A.M. McMurray, F.E.; 2nd Lt. V.A. Burns, Co. A, 310th Engrs. 1st Lt. Edward J. Sarry, Co. A, 339th Infantry. Visorka, Gora, Ust Padenga Front, Vaga River Column, Russia.) from the United States Army Signal Corps photograph collection, 1918-1919 [Folder 6, Item 6]
Author: United States. Army. Signal Corps
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