1918 RPPC Camp Fort Dix NJ Inspection WWI Soldier Saying Goodbye

1918 RPPC Camp Fort Dix NJ Inspection WWI Soldier Saying Goodbye

Hello from Spyglass Treasures and Spyglass Booty! We are constantly trying to "SPY" out treasures for you in our travels. Please come back often because you never know what we have "commandeered" to offer you!This is one of a few old postcards I will be listing today. This one has a photograph of an Army inspection at Camp Dix in New Jersey. It was mailed on August 23, 1918, the tail end of World War I by a Soldier saying good-bye to his friend in Orange, California to whom he addressed this postcard. It was mailed with two green George Washington 1 cent stamps and the message from the soldier reads, "Leaving today for overthere. Good luck to all of you. Good bye Sgt. Henry T. Appel. The caption on the front black and white photograph reads, "Inspection, Camp Dis, Wrightstown, N. J." A wonderful treasure you NEED to commandeer for yourself or your loved ones! Condition: There is a little wear, a couple of corner bumps, and discoloration typical from age. Otherwise, this wonderful antique real photo postcard is in excellent condition! Approximate Dimensions: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2"
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