Old Photographs Of African Americans - Unknown Faces (OPOAA)

African American Ancestry, Photographic Research.

Major Contributor - Deynce Peyton

These pictures were taken in 1936 or 1937 and represent African American Army soldiers stationed at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. Fort Huachuca was one of the few army bases where African Americans were trained when the U.S. Army was still segregated. These individuals would now be at least 96 years or older if still alive. Some names were written on a few of the pictures.
Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Peoples
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 I Co 25th Infantry
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Jeep Moore
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936-1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Anderson
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Ham Knight
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Fontno
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Moore and Knight
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Moore
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1937_McSwain in middle
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Wilson
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1937 Fortier
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Petties
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 I Co Dining Hall
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Bill Porter on left
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Rosalie and Johnson
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Ft Huachuca AZ in 1936_1937
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Berrard
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Ft Huachuca AZ 1936_1937 Ross
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