View of the Location of Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma, Where President Truman Was Stationed Before World War I

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Camp Doniphan; Oklahoma - Fort Sill
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View west by south from Camp Commander's tent near FP 17N, on a knoll overlooking the World War I Camp Doniphan area in Oklahoma. Note artillery burst on the slopes of Signal Mountain in background. The road at left follows in a general way the horseshoe arc of the Camp. Gillett Griswold and (Harry S. Truman Library museum curator) Milton Perry looking south toward site of President Truman's 129th Field Artillery Regiment Encampment in the distance. They are near Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
September 23, 1964