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Ceremonies and Parades - 7th Regiment Inf. N.Y.N.G. Parade on its way to entrain.  The 7th Regiment (now 107th Infantry) passing the reviewing stand at the Union League Club, 5th Ave. and 39th St. New York City.  The regiment paraded before entraining for the camp of the 27th Div., the New York National Guard

Ceremonies and Parades - 7th Regiment Inf. N.Y.N.G. Parade on its way to entrain. The 7th Regiment (now 107th Infantry) passing the reviewing stand at the Union League Club, 5th Ave. and 39th St. New York City. The regiment paraded before entraining for the camp of the 27th Div., the New York National Guard

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Date Taken: 1917. - Photographer: Underwood & Underwod ©
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