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Liberian presidential party visits Fort Belvoir. Two twenty-one gun salutes, a regimental review and a luncheon with the commanding officers were tendered His Excellency, Edwin Barclay, President of the Republic of Liberia, when he visited Fort Belvoir, Virginia, on May 29, 1943. President Barclay is shown with members of his party and fort officers as the regimental band played the Liberian national anthem "All Hail, Liberia Hail." Brigadier General Edwin H. Marks, commanding officer of the fort, and Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis, U.S.A. military aide to President Barclay are shown in the front row with His Excellency. Captain Alford Russ of the Liberian Fontier Force and Captain Swann of Fort Belvoir's public relation office are shown in the rear
Liberian presidential party visits Fort Belvoir. Two twenty-one gun salutes, a regimental review and a luncheon with the commanding officers were tendered His Excellency, Edwin Barclay, President of the Republic of Liberia, when he visited Fort Belvoir, Virginia, on May 29, 1943. President Barclay is shown with members of his party and fort officers as the regimental band played the Liberian national anthem "All Hail, Liberia Hail." Brigadier General Edwin H. Marks, commanding officer of the fort, and Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis, U.S.A. military aide to President Barclay are shown in the front row with His Excellency. Captain Alford Russ of the Liberian Fontier Force and Captain Swann of Fort Belvoir's public relation office are shown in the rear
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