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The Bayonet pictorial section, 15 March 1918

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In and out of the Division Mrs. D. M. Fisher, the only woman war correspondent with the American army, we've been told. She does left-shoulder--tie for the BAYONET photographer. A race for supremacy; the pigeon on the roof of the pen and the motorcyclist are set and ready to go. Members of the "pigeon platoon" of the 305th Field Signal Battalion to act as judges. In the springtime young officer's fancy always turn to thoughts of (baseball?) diamonds. Commissioner A. C. Gumbert of the "Smoky" city. [Adjutant on photo] Colonel Jamerson, Commander of the 317th Infantry, and Captain George, Adjutant.