Brooklyn officers lead bivouac

Brooklyn officers lead bivouac
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Title: Brooklyn officers lead bivouac

Two soldiers standing with map before clapboard house or barracks at unknown location; pine tree on lawn in right background. Caption: "BROOKLYN OFFICERS LEAD BIVOUAC: Maj. Gen. Brendan A. Burns, commanding National Guard's 42d Division, discusses plans for outfit's four-day bivouac with staff officer Lt. John P. Foster of 209 Lincoln Place. Brooklyn's 106th Infantry is taking part in the bivouac. General Burns is member of a Brooklyn firm of general contractors."

Date: 1951
Location: Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Creator: Brooklyn eagle.
More Details: Title from caption on verso.
On verso: date stamped: Aug. 15, 1951; Brooklyn Eagle stamp.
Retouched; grease pencil cropping marks.
Collection: Armories
Subject: New York (State). National Guard.
Map reading
Institution: Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.
Medium: Gelatin silver prints.
Photographic prints.
Rights: Copyright restrictions apply to the use of this image. For more information or to obtain a photographic reproduction of this image, contact the Brooklyn Collection at Brooklyn Public Library.
ID: ARM 0021