May 1935


Volume 19, Issue 2

* WITH sounding of "To the Colors" on the morning May 14, 1935, at the Marine Barracks, Quantico, a sorrowing post paid honor to its dead commanding officer as the flag dropped slowly to half-staff.

Major General Harry Lee, who during nearly forty years of military service enjoyed the love, loyalty and affection of every officer and man with whom he was associated, had travelled the last mile.

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