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    • American Legion - Post 61

    • 1928
    • A circa 1928 portrait of American Legion Post 61 veterans with some family members present; subjects are posed in front of an airplane.
    • 1590
    • Disabled American Veterans Building Number Six

    • 1928
    • Pictured on July 17, 1928, is the Disabled American Veterans building at 2317 Eleventh Street. Balanced above its entrance are two bombs that would have been used for aerial targeting in World War One. Club rooms, dressing rooms, a caretaker room...
    • 912
    • American Legion Sacramento Post 61

    • 1930
    • A June 21, 1930, photograph of the American Legion Sacramento Post 61 Convention Committee with 18 members present. Seated on the grass in the first row are: Joe Knowles, Paul Wise, George Compte, Tom Deise, E.J. (Joe) Plato, Frank Malany. In...
    • 1583
    • American Legion - Post 61 Band

    • 1936
    • A circa 1936 portrait of the American Legion Sacramento Post 61 band taken in front of the Sacramento City Hall.
    • 1585
    • Veterans of Spanish-American War and World War I

    • 1922
    • This circa 1922 photograph of six veterans of the Spanish-American War and World War One was taken in front of the Goodyear Tires store at northwest corner of Twelfth and J streets. Although Sacramento contributed few servicemen to the...
    • 1588
    • Veterans of Foreign Wars - Post 67

    • 1926
    • This photograph of the Tenth Annual Roll Call of Sacramento's Lieutenant Lansdale Post, or Post 67, of the Veterans of Foreign Wars taken on October 14, 1926.
    • 1589
    • Disabled Veterans Of World War Post No. 6 Drum and Bugle Corps

    • 1934
    • Shown before the California State Capitol building on November 12, 1934, is the 21-member drum and bugle corps, members, auxillary and the auzillary drill team of Sacramento Chapter Number Six of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War. ...
    • 1593
    • Veterans of Foreign Wars on Parade

    • 1932
    • In this August 1932 photograph, a parade comprised of various posts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars moves eastward, down K Street, between Seventh and Tenth Streets. Their presence represented Sacramento’s hosting of the VFW’s thirty-third...
    • 62
    • American Legion School

    • 1970
    • This circa 1970 photograph shows American Legion School, located at 3814 Fourth Avenue. Built in 1921, the elementary school was part of a surge in building that saw the construction of Bret Harte and David Lubin schools as well, between 1920 and...
    • 1340
    • VFW Drum & Bugle Corps

    • 1932
    • Group portrait of the Lt. Landsdale Post 67 Veterans of Foreign Wars Drum & Bugle Corps at a Department Encampment in Vallejo. Bass drums on the ends of the front row are labeled with the corps name and affiliation (June 28, 1932).
    • 1859
    • Veterans of Foreign War Float

    • 1938
    • Taken prior to a 1938 parade, this photograph captures the float of Sacramento's Lieutenant Lansdale Post, or Post 67, of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Four uniformed men pose in combat stances while one is prone and being attended to by a nurse.
    • 1544
    • Manhart Juniors American Legion baseball team

    • 1935
    • Pictured in 1935 is the George W. Manhart American Legion junior baseball team. In August of the same year, the squad captured the western states region championship by defeating the Tucscon, Arizona, based Morgan-McDermott post by a score of 3 to...
    • 1312
    • American Legion Basketball, 1922 Pacific Coast Champions

    • 1922
    • Pictured in 1922 are the pacific coast champion American Legion basketball team from Sacramento. After sealing up the regional title in February, the team was sent to Kansas City for the Amatuer Athletic Union championships. They lost in the...
    • 1885
    • American Legion Basketball Team

    • 1922
    • Taken in circa 1922, this photograph shows Sacramento's Pacific Coast Championship American Legion basketball team. Standing to the left is future Sacramento Solon and Washington Senator Earl McNeely. McNeely, playing guard for the American...
    • 1154


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