This photo is from our newspaper archive, last published in 1934. The black and white highlighting is typical of the era's treatment of photos for the autogravure sections. The credit was "U. S. Signal Corps Photo" and the caption, "There were days of respite from warfare, when officers' wives were permitted to visit them. In the background is a glimpse of the battlefield of Gettysburg." I'd be grateful for any information you might have about this photo, the photographer, the location or the people in it.