|Title||Sepia tone photo of Captain Louis J. Campbell, Pier 4, Hoboken, June 24, 1920.|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||World War I Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
Sepia tone photo of Captain Louis J. Campbell, U.S. Army, Port of Debarkation, Pier 4, Hoboken, June 24, 1920. 6-1/2" high x 8-1/2" wide print; inscribed in ink on print: Sincerely Yours, Louis J. Campbell. Photographer not indicated. Reverse has contemporary holographic ink text (not in Campbell's hand and with a different pen): Taken at Hoboken (Thursday) Pier #4, June 24, 1920.
Campbell is seen seated at his desk. His rank was established from his listing in "With the Army in Hoboken" by King W. Snell, (New York, 1919), where he was listed under "Office of Port Utilities", "Captains, QMC [Quartermaster Corps]."
|Year Range from||1920.0|
|Year Range to||1920.0|
Campbell, Louis J.
Port of Debarkation
Port of Embarkation