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Soldiers American United States North Carolina

World War Soldiers in Charlotte

World War I Soldiers in front of the Carnegie Library on North Tryon Street.
  Physical Description: Panorama (partial) Publisher:

Red Circle Soldiers Club for Black Troops in Charlotte

Photo from an outside street view of the Red Circle Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Red Circle Club was  a place for black soldiers to congregate and relax away from Camp Greene, a World War I Cantonment Camp near Charlotte. Photo features three African American men, two soldiers and a civilian, standing in front of the club.

Physical Description: 8 x 10, Black and White, glossy


Sgt. Harbard Spain Fortenberry

Paul R. Wiley's greath grandfather's brother. Born in 1823. Died 1874. Shelby, NC 

Physical Description: 8 * 10 color reproduction of a black and white print


Camp Greene Inspection

Camp Greene was a military training camp constructed in northwest Charlotte during World War I. Caption on postcards reads, Physical Description: 3 x 5 postcard Publisher: A. M. Simon, 32 Union Square, New York