By Elmore A. Champie
This paintings is a part of the Marine Corps old Reference sequence. It info the recorded historical past of what's now the San Diego Marine Corps Base and Recruit Depot.
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A brief history of the Marine Corps Base and Recruit Depot, San Diego, California, 1914-1962 by Elmore A. Champie