A photographic postcard of three men. The men appear to be posed on a backdrop in photography studio. Two men are seated on a bench and the third man stands behind them. The men are wearing suits and have hats. The seated men have their hats resting on their legs, while the standing man wears his hat. The standing man and the man seated on the right side of the image are holding cigarettes. All three men are facing the camera. The back of the photographic postcard is unused and has [POST CARD] printed in black at the top and blank spaces for [CORRESPONDENCE HERE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS HERE]. In the upper right corner there is a [AZO] stamp.
A black and white photograph of men in military uniforms. The photograph is torn on three sides so that only a partial piece of the photograph is left. The men are posed in rows, the first row seated on stools and the second row standing behind them. A third row is partially visible. The back of the photograph is blank.
2013.46.29.122a: A black and white photograph of four unidentified enlisted Army soldiers. The men are sitting inside the Club de Memo. They are dressed in uniform and are facing the camera with the bar at their backs. Three of the men are holding drinks in their hands. Chevron badges on their sleeves identify their ranks as follows from left to right: Tech 5th Class Grade 5; not visible; Tech 5th Class Grade 5; Sergeant Grade 4. The back of the photograph has a handwritten inscription .
2013.46.29.122b: A white and blue paper frame. The front frame is white paper. The back is blue paper with dark blue type that gives information about the photograph [Club De Memo And this No. 2 and Date APR 22 1944] and the photographer. Above the type there is a [For Victory] War Bonds stamp.
A photographic postcard of Company P 506th Engineers Service Battalion at Camp Lee. The photograph features two rows of men in work pants and a jacket or overalls and long sleeve shirts wearing a variety of hats. All of the men stand in a grassy field facing the camera. The back of the photographic postcard is unused and has [POST CARD] printed in black at the top and blank spaces for [CORRESPONDENCE HERE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS HERE]. In the upper right corner there is a [AZO] stamp.