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Download full resolution image 100 Years Ago NY National Guard mobilized for WW I

100 Years Ago NY National Guard mobilized for WW I

New York National Guard soldiers assigned to Company G, 1st New York State Infantry, gather outside the armory in Oneonta, N.Y., in July 1917, following their mobilization for duty in World War I. On July 15, 1917 New York National Guard Soldiers reported to their local armories prior to departing to Army training camps. The troops of the 27th Infantry Division, which included these men, would train in North Carolina.

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