Black and white photograph taken by the Signal Corps during World War I. A large gun is protruding out from underneath camouflage covering. A house is visible in the background of the photo. The Signal Corps' emblem is visible in the bottom left-hand corner of the image. The photo is mounted on a board, with the title on the board below the photo.
The Photographic Section of the Signal Corps was established in July 1917. It was responsible for the US Army's official ground and aerial photography of World War I.
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