April 1950

Philadelphia Depot of Supplies

Volume 33, Issue 4

Marine Corps' Macys began with one small tent. Now it's a giant seven story mart

THE demand for the items necessary to equip and maintain a top-notch organization of fighting men is a major responsibility. The venerable-yet relatively unknownpost of the Corps, the Depot of Supplies, at 1100 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa., has the ponderous job of manufacturing, repairing, storing and shipping the bulk of material which keeps the Marine Corps well-dressed and adequately equipped.

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