THE DOG SOLDIERS: SEVEN SOLDIERS AND THEIR MASCOT JACK RUSSELL TERRIER

This vintage real photo postcard features a portrait of seven young soldiers and their mascot Jack Russell Terrier. I do not know what army these men served in. Perhaps a visitor to the Cabinet Card Gallery will educate us via a comment. The stamp box on the reverse of this postcard indicates that the postcard was printed on “P M C” card stock. Therefore, this photo postcard was produced sometime between 1920 and 1935. The men served in the military between World War I and World War II.

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  1. Puzzling. They all seem about the same age … and seem to be wearing military riding breeches and boots. Yet, there is no military symbolism on the uniforms (rank, outfit, etc…though that is not unusual during basic training). One fellow does have some shiny? buttons. Possible military school?


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