1917 Panoramic Photograph of The National Army Camp Upton at Yaphank Long Island N.Y.
(Americana - Photography - World War I - Camp Upton Long Island)

New York - London: Fotocraft, 1917. F Panoramic photograph, showing parts of the camp with many completed barracks buildings in the distance, with other areas in the foreground that are cleared for streets and further development; closest to the camera are seen structures with lumber strewn in front, still under construction - streets & parking areas with vehicles, pedestrians; Camp Upton was established in 1917 in order to train U.S. soldiers for service in World War I; approx. 6 1/2" x 49" size; identified in the photo and giving the photographic studio name of Fotocraft Inc. 206 W. 34th St. N.Y.; prev. owner pencil name on back; some crinkling to paper especially towards ends, one end with old discoloration; couple of short closed tears at the other; little edgewear; image, especially in foreground very good, with fade-out to the distance; very good condition and interesting Long Island military history photography. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 22926)


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