Photo of striped awning used for dining ("mess tent") during annual encampment of Miami Military Institute, 1901
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Military History | United States History
MS-147: Martha McClellan Brown
The photograph shows the striped awning used for dining ("mess tent") during annual encampment of Miami Military Institute, ca. 1901. A table is set with pitchers and glassware beneath the awning. On either side of the awning are men wearing aprons with one holding a tray. The awning is situated on land beside a stream and a tent is in the background. Annual encampments were referred to as "Camp MMI". This photograph is from an album in the Martha McClellan Brown Collection.
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ms147_17_2_19; Brown, Martha McClellan, 1838-1916; Glawe Awning and Tent Company; Miami Military Institute (Germantown, Ohio); Military camps; Military education; Military supplies; Photograph albums; Tents