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Personal cameras were very rare during World War I. According to a newspaper account from The Charlotte Observer on January 28, 1934, professional photographers flocked to Charlotte during World War I. They set up shop in stores, tents and even a residence to capture the pictures of the era.
Images of Camp Greene are grouped under four headings:
Images - documents, menus, newspaper clippings, and objects that were part of camp life.
Panoramic Photos - often by a husband-and-wife team of Charlotte photographers - the Moons - showing groups of soldiers
Photographs - photographed by Philip A . Sheaff of the Medical Corps and by Charlotte civilians.
Postcards - images of Camp Greene and views of Germany from the time of World War I.