||Otto B. Sells
||Oshkosh Public Museum
||Gelatin print Company B, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard Football Team.
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||World War I
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||Candid outdoor image of Company B, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard Football Team. The men are wearing football uniforms and standing in an arc while a photographer at left takes their picture. A barracks building is in the background. Taken when Company B won the Pennant at Camp MacArthur, Texas. They played other teams from neighboring camps and were undefeated. The image the photographer is taking, appears in the booklet: "Company B 127th Infantry In the World War: 1917-1919."
Otto B. Sells was the son of William and Carrie Prine Sells. He was a member of Company B, 127th Infantry, 32nd Division during World War I. He was killed by an artillery shell near the town of Fisme, France on August 4, 1918.
||Sells, Otto Bernard
||Camp MacArthur, TX
||2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
2nd Wisconsin National Guard
World War I
||Company B, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard Football Team
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