American Soldier Photograph Album was compiled by an unknown Japanese American United States
Army soldier, noted as "Robert" in a handwritten title on the cover of the album, post World
War II. The book contains photographs of his family, friends, and fellow soldiers. The
majority of photos are labeled with handwritten captions which often include names, jobs,
and where they are from. The photographs depict locations in Hawaii as well as the
Marianas-Bonins Command (MARBO) in Guam showing soldiers' daily lives, military facilities,
buildings, and vehicles. Harmon Field in Guam is mentioned and a sign labeled "MARBO" can be
seen in one photograph.
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