1st row, left to right: Howard Striplin, Harry Davis, Billy Gwin, James Christopher, Mr. Bernard Gillam; 2nd row: J.A. Sikes, William Sibert, Bob Camp, Arthur Ralls, I.C. Ballard; 3rd row: Barrow Burnham, William Hatter, Norton Christopher,...
During World War II, the Aliceville Internment Camp held 6,000 German prisoners of war. The camp received its first prisoners in 1942 and closed in 1945. The majority of the prisoners were captured in 1943 from the German Afrika Korps.
Pencil sketch by Fred G. Gutherz, depicting a soldier (probably Gutherz himself) working on drawings or maps at a desk beside a wagon. The sketch is in the museum collection at the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
"Clean Cabins / Artesian Water Shower Baths / Gas and Oil / Open Day and Night / Modern Cafeteria / Private Dining Nooks / G. T. Young owner / Castleberry, Alabama." The back of the card lists the distances from Castleberry to other cities.