Citation
a.

Material Information

Title:
a.
Creator:
New York Globe ( studio )
Creation Date:
May 7, 1898
Physical Description:
8" x 10"
Materials:
Gelatin Print (copy)

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
1890's
military
Spanish American War
Soldiers--Oswego County, New York
Genre:
Print, Photographic
8: Communication Artifact ( nmc )
Documentary Artifact ( nmc )

Notes

Summary:
Three black & white photographs are reprints from the New York Globe. ( eng )
Summary:
a. Caption, "The 48th Separate Company Lined Up At Camp Black. From a Photograph taken by The Globe artist of the Oswego Solider Boys as they were about going to drill ". (Photo is blurred. Men are unidentified.) ( eng )
Summary:
b. Caption, " Oswego Boys in Blue Assembled Abouth Their Cooking Quarters At Camp Black ". ( eng )
Summary:
37 unidentified men in uniform. ( eng )
Summary:
(Photo taken May 7, 1898, published in the New York Globe on May 12, 1898.) ( eng )
Summary:
c. Caption, " Oswego Solider Boys Cleaning Up '48th Street' At Camp Black, Long Island. How the 48th Separate Company Appeared Before the Saturday Globe Camera a Few Days Ago". ( eng )
General Note:
CAPTION:a.

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
2004.029.0201 ( accession number )

OswegoDL Membership

Aggregations:
PastPerfect Photograph Collection