Official signed document of appointment from the army of the United States of America measuring 9 by 14 in given to Clarence Charles Hudson. Entire column written by Clarence C Hudson from the 369th us Infantry expeditionary forces date of July 25th 1918 and that infantry was the Harlem Hellfighters and there were formerly the 15th New York Infantry. Citation for Croux De Guerre which is the Cross of War citation awarded to the 39th regiment infantry by the French government for the offencive at Champagne France during the months of September and October 1918 given by the French Commander General and this is an award which measures 6 ft 8 in and was given to all the members of that Infantry and that is why it was found in the Hudson family collection. This famous regiment is known today as the Harlem Hellfighters.Two medium format film copy negatives that probably show Clarence Charles Hudson when he was serving German World War one as he is in uniform. Fantastic mounted 8"x10" silver print photograph showing approximately 24 African-American soldiers pose with American flags and tents behind them. A label at the bottom which had everybody identified is mostly missing but the shows Sergeant Lewis and Mr. Hudson in the middle row, and the other soldiers of this famous regiment should be easily identified by records. Hudson and also offers us a additional and personal information for the soldier and his military record..... Where he was born, etc.... And also includes three unique real photo postcards: One showing Sergeant Thomas Saffore of the 370th Infantry which was the first regiment in the history of the United States military to be commanded by an African-American leader. Another real photo postcard shows four Sergeants taken on March 27th 1918 at Newport News Virginia. The final real photo postcard shows an attractive African American woman. There is a section where Mr. Hudson write all about his mental Terry record and does explain in detail what he did and when he enter the military can travel through Europe mentioning many things about the war and at the end is a directory of people and addresses that he met along the way. This is a fantastic collection and really belongs to be in a museum of African American / black history or an American Military Museum as it is quite important and it is all new to the market for the right collector. The item "WWI 1918 African American photo Black History +3 RPPC Harlem Hellfighter 369Rgt" is in sale since Monday, March 1, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940)\Other Antique Photographs".sales" and is located in Freeport, New York.
This item can be shipped to United States.