George Davison scrawled the names of his buddies from the 320th on this snapshot taken in Octeville, France in July 1944. Davison noted his place in the back row.
Photo: Courtesy of Bill Davison

Wilson Monk (third from left) and other men from the 320th appear to be in deep thought as they peruse a document.
Photo: Courtesy of Wilson Monk

A 320th sodlier is pictured at a training camp, possibly in Britain, in this undated photo.
Photo: Courtesy of Bill Davison

Wilson Monk points to the names of his friends painted on the canister of a German gas mask he found in Normandy in 1944.
Photo: Linda Hervieux

Allen Jay Coles, Jr., (center) and two other 320th men posing on base, probably in Hawaii, which was the last stop for the battalion.
Photo: Courtesy of the Adkins family

320th men having fun in Hawaii with a their standard issue M-1 rifle.
Photo: Courtesy of the Adkins family

Artist Peggy Beeton captured the only known image of 320th men performing at the Village Hall in Checkendon, England, on New Year’s Eve 1943. Six men gave a concert of Negro spirituals, after prayers by the battalion chaplain, Rev. Albert White.
Photo: Oxfordshire Record Office

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