Caption reads: "McLain Hall, the second museum building along the Cannoneer Walk - commemorates the name of 'the greatest civilian-soldier of our time.' General McLain began his career by enlisting a commission two years later while serving on the Mexican border in 1916-1917. World War I found him commanding a machine gun company in the 36th Division. During World War II he was artillery commander of the 45th Infantry Division. McLain Hall exhibits military relics ranging from 1900 through the Korean Conflict." Published by Baxtone, Amarillo, Texas.
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