10th Mountain Division Resource Center Collection; Photograph Album 7; Album placed in TMD239 Charles B. McLane Papers
Four members of 87th Mountain Infantry sing at a microphone with the call letters KVI. They are left to right: Bradley, Glen Staney, Charles B. McLane, and Ralph Bromigan playing guitar. According to the caption: "At Christmas  Lt. Look sowed the seed that grew into the 87th's G.I. Choir. Our first appearance was a reville Christmas Day. We received some applause, some shoes. Later becoming the Latrine Quartet we sang every evening week after week, Bromaghin, Lt. Look, Stanley and I [Charles B. McLane], later Bradley. A quartet was invited to sing in Tacoma on a local ski program. We yodeled, sang Bavarian ditties, were not at all good, according to severe task-master and maestro, Bromaghin, but we were appreciated and enjoyed our debut."
For physical location, see Photograph Album 7, Charles B. McLane; Title supplied by cataloger.; Vintage photographic print.; R7002003583
1 photoprint ; 20 x 25 cm. (8 x 10 in.)
Is Part Of
Radio programs--Washington (State)--1940-1950.; Vocal quartets--Washington (State)--1940-1950.; Soldiers--Washington (State)--1940-1950.; United States. Army. Mountain Infantry Regiment, 87th.; United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th.
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