WIRE PHOTO OF 1936 VETERANS' PARADE, WASHINGTON DC

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Pictured here at the 69th National GAR Encampment held in Grand Rapids, Michigan is a group of former drummer boys from Wichita, Kansas.  The image is black and white an original wire photo.  It is accompanied by a newspaper clipping that reads,

“GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.- FORMER DRUMMER BOYS FROM WICHITA, KAS., ARE SHOWN/ BEATING OUT ‘THE CHARGE’ AGAIN AS A FEATURE OF THE G. A. R. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT HELD HERE./ STACEY (SHOWN AT TOP) OF ELBRIDGE N. Y., RETIRED AS THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE VET-/ERANS.  EASTBROOK, WHO IS FROM GRAND RAPIDS, WAS CHOSEN AS THE NEW COMANDER IN CHIEF/ AT THE CONCLAVE.”

Very unique image of former drummer boys commemorating their service of years ago.   [mc] [ph:L]

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