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View of the Marine Barracks at Stonehouse, near Plymouth-Dock

Marine barracks, Charlestown Navy Yard.

The Marine barracks, U.S. Navy Yard Charlestown, Mass.

The Marine barracks, U.S. Navy Yard Charlestown, Mass.

Marine barracks, Charlestown Navy Yard.

[Marine barracks, League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Marine barracks, Washington, D.C.

Marine barracks, [Washington, D.C.]

Marine barracks, Washington, D.C.

Marine Barracks - League Isl

Marine barracks, [Washington, D.C.]

Marine Barracks - League Isl.

Monthly Progress Photo, Coal and Auto Shed, Back of Junior Officers' Quarters, Marine Barracks

Monthly Progress Photo, Coal and Auto Shed, Back of Junior Officers' Quarters, Marine Barracks

Photo of File Drawing F569 S4

Photo of Drawing F563-S3 - Plan Showing Line of Proposed Sewer at Marine Barracks, 1861

Monthly Progress Photo, Marine Barracks, Painting Buildings and Repairing Stonework of Gate House, Building 94, Showing Building 94, Looking Southeast, Neptune P. Smyth, Inc. (Painting) and C. L. Dooley, Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Marine Barracks, Painting Buildings and Repairing Stonework of Gate House, Building 94 Completed, Looking Northeast, Showing Buildings 94 and 93, Neptune P. Smyth, Inc. (Painting) and C. L. Dooley, Contractors

Monthly Progress Photo, Marine Barracks, Painting Buildings, Building 92 Completed, Looking Northeast, Neptune P. Smyth, Inc., Contractor

Monthly Progress Photo, Marine Barracks, Painting Buildings - Completed Buildings 31 and 425, Looking East, Neptune P. Smyth, Incorporated, Contractor

Photo of Part of F91S1

Photo of Part of F91S1

Photo of Part of F91S1

Maj. Genl's (Commandant's) residence, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

Inspection, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

At drill, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Marine Barracks, Mare Island Naval Training Station, Cal. Group of Marines protecting the art of make-up. This form of camouflage is used by reconnoitering parties in trench raids

Squad Room, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

Main gate, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

The 13th Regiment, U.S.M.C., (in "Butler's Colosseum"), Marine Barracks, Quantico, Va.

Living Emblem of the United States Marines: 100 Officers and 9000 Enlisted men, Marine Barracks, Paris Island, S.C., Brigadier General J.H. Pendleton, Commanding

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Desk and prints in corner

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. II

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Living room, to fireplace

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Old sofa I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. To window with venetian blinds

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Table, chairs and painting

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Decorative chest

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Desk I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Shelves near corner containing pottery and figurines

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Sitting room

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Window and large print or painting in corner

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Old sofa II

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. III

Nat'l Press Club Legion May Day at Marine barracks

Nat'l Press Club Legion May Day at Marine barracks

Nat'l Press Club Legion May Day at Marine barracks

Nat'l Press Club Legion May Day at Marine barracks

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Bookshelves and window in corner

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Sitting room

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Shelves near corner containing pottery and figurines

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Window and large print or painting in corner

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Living room, to fireplace

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Decorative chest

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Old sofa II

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Old sofa I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Table, chairs and painting

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Desk I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. I

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Desk and prints in corner

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. III

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. To window with venetian blinds

Mrs. Little, quarters in Marine Barracks. Interior of 3010 O St. II

U.S. Marine Band drummer, probably at the Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.

[U.S. Marine Band drummer, probably at the Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

Marines dress parade. The Marines paraded in honor of Colonel William T. Clement when he was presented the Navy Cross for distinguished service in the Philippines. The presentation was made on July 17, 1942, in the courtyard of the Marine barracks in Washington, D.C.

Marines dress parade. The Marines paraded in honor of Colonel William T. Clement when he was presented the Navy Cross for distinguished service in the Philippines. The presentation was made on July 17, 1942, in the courtyard of the Marine barracks in Washington, D.C.

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. "Put on gas masks" is the order and a Marine at the New River, North Carolina base goes into the gas routine during war exercises that give the hardy leathernecks the ultimate in training and toughening. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. In the hands of a hard, capable leatherneck, the Browning automatic rifle is a versatile and effective fighting tool. This Marine, in training at New River, North Carolina, knows how to get the best out of it. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. The Marine Corps throws a lot of jobs to the jeeps. Here are some of the hard-boiled little cars lined up for servicing in the battalion garage at the New River, North Carolina base. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. Leatherneck, 1942 style. A fighting man of the Fleet Marine Force, dressed in one of the new field uniforms. He has just put in at the New River, North Carolina Marine base to sharpen up on some of the new tricks our boys will spring on the Axis. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. "We have fought in every land and clime where we could bring a gun." The major infantry weapons these charging Marines carry at New River, North Carolina maneuvers are: left, Browning automatic rifle; center, Reising submachine gun; right, .30 caliber rifle. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. Your modern leatherneck doesn't need a plumber's helper. When he goes into battle he carries the tools of his trade with him. He knows how to take advantage of all natural cover, as witnessed in the setup this man has made for himself during Marine war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

Marines dress parade. The Marines paraded in honor of Colonel William T. Clement when he was presented the Navy Cross for distinguished service in the Philippines. The presentation was made on July 17, 1942, in the courtyard of the Marine barracks in Washington, D.C

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport unit. America boasts the world's best military truck drivers. This capable member of a Marine motor transport unit at New River, North Carolina is an expert at tooling a truck through the worst kind of going. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. Danger is his dish. This tough, well-trained Marine can deal out a lot of punishment with his .45 automatic. He is participating in maneuvers at the New River, North Carolina base. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. "Walking" up a rope hand over hand with full combat pack is an approved toughening-up exercise at the New River, North Carolina Marine base. Leathernecks who go in for conditioning routines like this will give the Axis some new ideas of what a hard-boiled man really is. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. "Our flag's unfurled to every breeze." Old Glory floats proudly over the Marine base at New River, North Carolina, where the leathernecks are staging dress rehearsals of the big show they will soon be putting on all over the world. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. The guns that the fighting Marines bring nowadays "to every land and clime" are many and varied--and pack a lot of authority. These charging leathernecks, in training at New River, North Carolina, are carrying, at left, a Browning automatic rifle; at right, a Reising submachine gun. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Marine transport workers in the fleet force are the most expert of tire changers. This man, in training at the New River, North Carolina base, takes them all ways: big ones, little ones, any way they come. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. When these tanks appear on one of the world's battlefronts, they will carry the toughest crews the Axis has ever met: hardened Marines fresh from grueling war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Military trucks must line up for inspection, too. A motor transport unit in the truck area at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

Marines dress parade. The Marines paraded in honor of Colonel William T. Clement when he was presented the Navy Cross for distinguished service in the Philippines. The presentation was made on July 17, 1942, in the courtyard of the Marine barracks in Washington, D.C

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. When these tanks appear on one of the world's battlefronts, they will carry the toughest crews the Axis has ever met: hardened Marines fresh from grueling war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Marine Corps transport workers study the assembly of one of the many weapons the leathernecks use in war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Marine transport workers in the fleet force are the most expert of tire changers. This man, in training at the New River, North Carolina base, takes them all ways: big ones, little ones, any way they come. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. The heroes of Tripoli, the Argonne, and Wake Island, would approve the men who today carry on the glorious traditions of the Marine Corps. These charging leathernecks, in training at New River, North Carolina, are hardened, trained, well-equipped soldiers. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport unit. America boasts the world's best military truck drivers. This capable member of a Marine motor transport unit at New River, North Carolina is an expert at tooling a truck through the worst kind of going. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine Corps submachine gunners. The Reising submachine gun is giving a good account of itself in the Marine Corps. This leatherneck, in training at New River, North Carolina, finds it a very efficient fighting tool. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. Danger is his dish. This tough, well-trained Marine can deal out a lot of punishment with his .45 automatic. He is participating in maneuvers at the New River, North Carolina base. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Marine Corps transport workers study the assembly of one of the many weapons the leathernecks use in war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. The Marine Corps throws a lot of jobs to the jeeps. Here are some of the hard-boiled little cars lined up for servicing in the battalion garage at the New River, North Carolina base. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. In the hands of a hard, capable leatherneck, the Browning automatic rifle is a versatile and effective fighting tool. This Marine, in training at New River, North Carolina, knows how to get the best out of it. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. "Our flag's unfurled to every breeze." Old Glory floats proudly over the Marine base at New River, North Carolina, where the leathernecks are staging dress rehearsals of the big show they will soon be putting on all over the world. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Trucks that will carry leathernecks in combat areas are used in war exercises at New River, North Carolina. This truck, rolling along in a Marine convoy, serves many useful war purposes. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine truck transport units. Marine Corps transport workers study the assembly of one of the many weapons the leathernecks use in war exercises at New River, North Carolina. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine infantry. The heroes of Tripoli, the Argonne, and Wake Island, would approve the men who today carry on the glorious traditions of the Marine Corps. These charging leathernecks, in training at New River, North Carolina, are hardened, trained, well-equipped soldiers. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marines in training. Even toughened leathernecks appreciate a few minutes of rest after a long period of grueling action. But even while resting, these Marines, in training at New River, North Carolina, are very much on the alert. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina

New River, North Carolina. Marine Corps submachine gunners. An efficient gas mask and a deadly Johnson submachine gun are part of the kit of fighting tools carried by this leatherneck in training at New River, North Carolina. The gun, a new Marine Corps weapon, is said to have a lot of authority. Marine barracks, New River, North Carolina