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A religious census of the troops at Camp Upton disclosed that thirty-five percent were Roman Catholic, thirty percent were from some variety of Protestant faith, and twenty-five percent were Jewish. 22 When ordered by the War Department to designate an official symbol to represent the Seventy-seventh Division, General Bell’s staff made a logical choice. Major Lloyd Griscom, division adjutant, suggested a reproduction of the Statue of Liberty with the numeral “7” on each side of the base, a design that was created by Captain J.
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