Boston, Massachusetts: Glines Photo, 1922.
Unbound. Oblong photograph measuring 18.5” x 10.5”. Black and white gelatin silver photograph. Rolled photograph with some short tears, a faint scrape on the middle of the picture, and light edgewear thus near fine. A group photograph of the “301st Field Signal Battalion” for their Triennial Banquet at the New American House in Boston, Massachusetts, 1922. This photo shows 116 soldiers dressed formally and seated in groups, with faces ranging from pensive to smiling. Two flags are hung in the back of the room. Towards the bottom of the picture, information about where and when the picture was taken is written along with the photographer’s company name off to the side. The New American House was a popular spot for various groups to have important meetings like the Granite Cutters' International Association of America, the Letter Carriers' Association, the National Electric Light Association, and others.