Black and white photograph of U.S. Army horses at Camp Logan, Houston, Texas
"U.S. Army horses at Camp Logan, Houston, Texas." (1918) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/77370.
Camp Logan was a World War I army training camp. Clark Bruster trained there from around December 1917 until April 1918. The images and objects in this collection chronicle the World War I experience of Clark Bruster and his mother, Cora Bruster. A veteran of World War I, Clark Bruster, was attached to the Military Police unit , 78th Field Artillery, served at Camp Logan, Houston, Texas, and overseas in France. He was a resident of Waverly, New York, the home of his family. Cora Bruster was a Red Cross nurse stationed at Sayre, Pennsylvania.
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