Camp Casisang, no. 1 (4.14.1354)

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Camp Casisang, no. 1
Camp Casisang, no. 1
Page 1
Original Location
Map.jpg 8°09′39″N 125°08′14″E / 8.1607032°N 125.1370931°E / 8.1607032; 125.1370931
Physical Characteristics
Pages 2
Photocopy/reproduction No
Dimensions 7 in. x 5 in., image is 6.625 in. x 4.625 in.
Creator/Origin Unknown
Donor [[Walter Reghr|Template:Walter Reghr]][[Category:Artifacts donated by Template:Walter Reghr]]
Collection Unincorporated
Date 1 May 1942 - 31 May 1942

Camp Casisang, no. 1 (BenHaven archives reference no.: 4.14.1354) Walter Regehr's note on the back of the print says: "The first POW camp at Camp Casisang, Malaybalay, Mindanao, P.I. This had been a Philippe Army training camp. It was used by the Japs to house American POWs from May 1942 - November 1942."


Walter Regehr provided the print, from which this digital copy derives, in correspondence with Al R. Young. The copy and accompanying correspondence are part of the Alfred R. Young papers in The BenHaven Archives.

This document is Artifact 4.14.1354 in the BenHaven Archives.

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