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January 7, 1778. When the chimneys of the barracks of the different regiments want sweeping they are to apply to Christian Apple, at the corner of Race-Street, in Sixth-Street, who is employed by the Dy Barrack Master General, for that purpose.

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. George Camblair being assigned a barrack

Puyallup (Wash.) Assembly Center - rafters from barrack buildings make convenient extensions for a clothesline

Rupert, Idaho. Former CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) camp now under FSA (Farm Security Administration) management. A Japanese-American girl in the apartment she has arranged for her husband and herself in the barrack building

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Lorraine Stuteman of San Antonio, Texas, is shown carrying her barrack bag, which is filled with newly issued WAAC clothing, to her quarters. Fort Des Moines, Iowa

Rupert, Idaho. Former CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) camp now under FSA (Farm Security Administration) management. A Japanese-American girl in the apartment she has arranged for her husband and herself in the barrack building

A new song call'd the Barrack Hill Cavan. P. Brereton I Lr Exchange Street, Dublin

Ellsworth's campaign & barrack or dress uniforms. Plate 1 / published and lithographed by Edw. Mendel, 162 Lake St., Chicago.

Ellsworth's campaign & barrack or dress uniforms. Plate 1 / published and lithographed by Edw. Mendel, 162 Lake St., Chicago.

Ellsworth's campaign & barrack or dress uniforms. Plate 1 / published and lithographed by Edw. Mendel, 162 Lake St., Chicago.

Mondamon Farm Barrack, Route 2, near Route 13, Biddles Corner, New Castle County, DE

Mondamon Farm Barrack, Route 2, near Route 13, Biddles Corner, New Castle County, DE

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