An undated photograph of barracks and uniformed soldiers in a long line. Line appears to extend beyond the left side of the frame. In the left side of the photo, more soldiers are preparing to join the line. The photograph was likely taken by Chester E. Whiting, founder of the United States Army Field Band, while on tour in East Asia.
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