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Title
California National Guard films directed by W. R. Allen
Creator
Allen, W. R
Date Created and/or Issued
1932
Contributing Institution
California State Military Museum
Collection
California Revealed from California State Military Museum
Rights Information
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Description
Col. Wayne R. Allen of the 159th Infantry Division (HQ- Berkeley in 1930). He went on to command one of the national guard units that responded to the San Francisco riots in 1934.
Type
moving image
Format
Black and White
Silent
16mm film
Extent
2 Reels of 2
Identifier
372- Film
376- Film
casacsm_00004_r1; casacsm_00004_r2
Subject
Military
Time Period
1932
Provenance
California State Military Museum
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