The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Summer 1981, Volume 27, Number 3
Thomas L. Scharf, Managing Editor

By JEFFERSON K. STICKNEY, JR.
Retired San Diego attorney and former SATC member

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San Diego High School

Page 185. San Diego High School served as headquarters for the Student Army Training Crops.

 

Page 188. Neatly aligned tents of the S. A. T. C. camp were a part of San Diego’s unit. The S.A.T.C. program peaked in November of 1918 with some 250,000 men enlisted nationwide.

Page 188-189. A class photo of San Diego’s Student Army Training Crops.

An S.A.T.C. Album

Tent standing.

Page 192. Tent standing.

S.A.T.C. recruits

Page 192. S.A.T.C. recruits lining up.

S.A.T.C. tent camp.

Page 193. S.A.T.C. tent camp.

High School corridor

Page 193. San Diego High School corridor with beds

Private Hallan N. Marsh.

Page 194. Private Hallan N. Marsh.

Drilling on the football field

Page 194. Drilling on the football field.

Beds in the Classroom.

Page 195. Beds in the Classroom.

Camp S.A.T.C.

Page 195. Camp S.A.T.C.

Private Jefferson K. Stickney Jr.

Page 197. Private Jefferson K. Stickney Jr. is seen carrying a thirteen pound Russian rifle. The S.A.T.C. camp, however, never received any ammunition for its weapons.