Officers Club at C Ellis during WWII Antique solid Oak Dining TableAntique Solid Oak Dining Table with PedestalThis table was in the Officers Club at C Ellis during WWII. When C Ellis closed after the war, a guy bought all of the tables and chairs, set up a warehouse and sold everything.54 RoundBeautiful table - the pictures dont do it justice. EXCELLENT CONDITION FROM A SMOKE FREE HOME.CHAIRS NOT INCLUDED.Table opens up so a leaf can be added but we do not have the leaf. This table was handed down to me by my grandma. Extremely hard to part with this but we just dont have room for it.CAMP ELLIS HISTORYC Ellis was a United States World War II Army Service Forces Unit Training Center and prisoner-of-war c between the towns of Bernadotte, Ipava, and Table Grove in Fulton County, Illinois. Construction began on 17 September 1942, and the c opened on 16 April 1943, with an official dedication 14 July 1943. German prisoners of war were guarded by the 475th and 476th Military Police Escort Guard Companies. Training activities ended in November 1944.NOTEWe have 6 Chairs not included. 3 are in excellent condition and 3 are broken. If interested in the chairs and the table, we can talk about a price.