Snapshot of an unidentified U.S. Marine posing in a barred window of a makeshift building used for training at an unidentified U.S. Marine Corps base [either Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, SC, or Camp Lejeune, NC] around 1948 or 1949. The building is thought to be part of a fake village used for training. Photograph taken while U.S. Marine Lindel D. Dunlop of Zeigler, Illinois, was stationed at the base [circa 1948-1949].
From Lindel D. Dunlap Photo Album, CLDW 80, Cold War Papers, Military Collection, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C.
Owner: State Archives of North Carolina
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