Photograph of a group of U.S. Army soldiers sitting on a pile of dirt next to a pile of wooden planks in an area were U.S. Army tents and structures are being constructed in an unidentified Army camp somewhere in Korea around 1951 or 1952 during the Korean War. The planks were used for the construction of the bottom sections of the tents. One of the soldiers is seen writing on top of a crate in the foxhole. Photograph taken or collected by U.S. Army soldier Charles G. Blevins of Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, while he was serving in Korea in an artillery unit [circa 1951-1952].
From Charles G. Blevins Papers, KOR 19, Korean War Papers, Military Collection, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C.
Owner: State Archives of North Carolina
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