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10th Mountain Division Soldiers Stand in Formation Photo (Black & White or Sepia, 2 Sizes)
Vintage photo of the 10th Mountain Division Soldiers in Formation (Black & White or Sepia, 2 Sizes: 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 inches)


 
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The 87th Infantry Regiment Soldiers in formation at the Paradise Lodge near Mt. Rainier, Washington in 1942. This would make for a great addition to any lodge-style décor. These are print to order archival, museum-quality giclee prints perfect for framing and display. Available in two sizes: 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 inches, plus black & white or sepia.
Price: $34.95

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Product Code: PHOTO-10TH-FORMATION

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Sepia
Black & White
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1) 8 x 10 inches ($34.95)
2) 11 x 14 inches ($42.95)

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10th Mountain Division Soldiers in Formation Vintage Photo

Decorate your home or office with our archival photo reproductions of the 87th Infantry Regiment Soldiers in Formation at the Paradise Lodge near Mt. Rainier, Washington in 1942. These soldiers joined the 85th and 86th Infantry Regiments to form the 10th Mountain Division at Camp Hale Colorado the following year. Each piece is printed on our state-of-the-art Epson printers, and shipped within 24 hours in a 3 inch tube to avoid compression.
Features
  • Available in two sizes: 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches.

  • Choice of black & white or sepia.

  • Archival-quality Giclee print on semi-matte paper

  • Adds instant character to your lodge décor.

  • Made in the USA


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5 of 5 Tenth Mountain Division photo May 17, 2019
Reviewer: David N from Oakley, UT United States  
Very cool picture of the Tenth Mountain Division - had much better detail and clarity than I expected.

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