File:Fort Benning Georgia Construction Report 2a.djvu

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English: Title: "Construction of Wards Nos. 1 & 2 and Connecting Corridors A and B

Hospital Area

Fort Benning, Georgia

War Department, Construction Service, Quartermaster Corps.

Oficce of Constructing Quartermaster, Fort Benning, Georgia. November 22, 1929.

W. M. Allison, 1st Lieut., Q.M.C. Constructing Quartermaster

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Date
Source Fort Benning Georgia Construction Report 2a
Author Quarter Master General, U.S. Army

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