Those who participated in the annual Veterans of Foreign Ward observance of Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 1945 are shown as they marched back to the V.F.W. club rooms, following a ceremony on Public Square in which crosses were erected in honor of World War I and World War II dead. Leading the procession from left to right are: Vice Commander Joseph V. Farmer of the local American Legion post; Brig. Gen. James S. Boyer, Sackets Harbor, and Irving B. Topping, commander of Barben-Jones Post, No. 1400, V.F.W. Watertown Daily Times

North Country Remembered

North Country Remembered

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