All types of military postcards from the United States
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#714 Kilauea Military Camp Bus Photo
This is a nice old military snapshot photo! Although not a postcard, it pictures a sharp image of an old military transport bus. Camp Kilauea was the Hawaiian camp used to house suspects inmvolved in the Pearl Harbor bombing. Shortly after the bombing in 1941, policemen and soldiers began rounding up Japanese "suspects" in Hawaii and interning them at Kilauea Military Camp, located near Kilauea Volcano on the island of Hawaii. Internees were guarded by soldiers with bayonets, 24 hrs a day. This orig. snapshot measures approx. 2.5"x4.5". Back of photo is blank. Condition-Very good with glue marks on back.
Another nice US military view! This time a pre-WW1 view of the recruits at Camp Perry in IL. They pose for the camera in front of their tents, shortly before WW1 broke out. Card back is divided and postally. Condition-Very good on front, but has album glue marks on back
Here is a super Real Photo militry postcard view! It pictures a human display, in the shape of an anchor. Front of cards reads "US Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Rear Admiral John Downes U S Navy, Commanding Officer". Card back is divided and postmarked "Great Lakes ILL. May 14 1942". Condition-Fair to good with crease at top left corner
Here is an interesting vintage military camp postcard! It pictures the operation at Camp Zachary Taylor of Louisville Kentucky. Shown is the large barracks area. Card front reads "Bird's-eye View Of The Barracks , Camp Zachary Taylor , Louisville , KY". Back of crd is divided and postally unused. Condition-Fair to good with some corner wear
Here is a super Real Photo WWI military view! It pictures Camp Funston in Kansas around 1917. Easily seen is the military base buildings in the background. In the foreground are lots of 1915 era autos and trucks! Also a few horse drawn wagons! Front reads "Scene at Funston". Back is undivided and postmarked "Stamford Neb. 1917". Condition is fair with several creases as shown Upper left and right corners), but possibly a rare image. Do not miss out!