American negro soldiers and army officers posing in front of building with fountain having small elephant carvings
United States USA Date:1919 Duration:22 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Following World War 1, American negro soldiers posing in front of a fountain at an official building. At about 10 feet above the ground, there are many small carved elephants encircling the fountain. Group of American Army officers poses in the same place, including Colonel William Hayward, commander of the negro 369th Infantry, 93rd Division (also known as the 15th New York National Guard or Old Fifteenth. A bigger group of American officers poses in front of what looks like a memorial with bas relief carvings. They hold a long banner reading "The Stars and Stripes forever."
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