G.A.R. vets P.R. Barker and John Houder from Fitzgerald, Georgia, tell war stories to kids on historic Boston Common in August, 1924. The G.A.R. stands for the Grand Army of the Republic. It was a fraternal organization composed of Union veterans.
Telling War Stories, 1924
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