Description: Postcard with a photograph of five men holding their rifles. The men have respited from hunting alligators. They all have similar dress and are wearing similar service hats. The men are standing beside a lake. On the back of the postcard is written, "Hunting Alligators in Cuba. The micky looking guy on the left is G. I set the camery [sic] then got in place. And negro snapped it for me." The postcard does not appear to have been mailed. The person "G" refers to the George V. Huffmon, who was stationed in the military in Cuba. He was also the sender of the postcard. The rest of the men remain unidentified. Huffmon enlisted in the Army in 1906 and was stationed in Cuba, during the Second Occupation of Cuba which lasted from September 1906 to February 1909.
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