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Not really a studio portrait, but cool just the same. This came from a loose group of Navy photos off of Adak. I assume this is a friend or family member of the owner of the other photos:

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Recent find in a poto album,/scrap book group.2nd Divsion medic recentyly returned from Europe.

 

Hotel Chase St.Louis

 

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cool pictures Doyler and notin, I'd forgotten about this thread.

 

Thanks

 

There are two scrap books full of things He sent to his wife and she done these during the war.Even a really cool hand drawn v-mail he sent her for Valentines.

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Not really a studio portrait, but cool just the same. This came from a loose group of Navy photos off of Adak. I assume this is a friend or family member of the owner of the other photos:

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Military Policemen it would seem.

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This photo is of Murray Bussard and Josephine Failla on their wedding day 8 Jun 1945. She was a WAVE and had permission to get married in a wedding dress instead of her uniform. Murray had served in the 19th Marines, 3d Marine Division on Bougainville before being returned to the States. They are both still living!post-10333-0-48627600-1423853896.jpg

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My very own Aunt and Uncle, Corporal Robert Kelly USMC and Mary nee Matthews, Our Lady of Lourdes Bushwick Brooklyn July 1945.

 

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Cpl Kelly, formerly of the 3rd Raider Battalion, Bouganville, and the 4th Marines,1st Provisional Marine Brigade, Guam, where he was wounded. He lost his only brother in the ETO, 1st Lieutenant John F. Kelly 4th Armored Division.

 

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Haven't added any in a year, so lets add these two, both unknowns.

 

 

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A VII Corps guy, his early version patch tacked or sewn way down from where it's supposed to be.

 

 

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And a 1st Rngr Bn vet, with a WAC, maybe his wife, photo taken while war still ongoing possibly late 1943, he may have been wounded in early in North Africa or Sicily, as he's not wearing a CIB.

 

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Jack & Eleanor Huber 1945 Bozeman MT. My uncle Jack served in England 1944/45.

 

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86th Inf Div vet circa 1945, doesn't appear to have went with the division when it was sent out to the pacific post V-E Day, as he lacks the A&P ribbon.

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An unknown 13th Armored Division GI and his Gal, A EIB winner, that's one taken Stateside for sure.

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This is my Uncle Levi, possibly on his wedding day? Looks like he was a T/3 within the medical dept. of the USAAF Air Transport Command. It appears that he's wearing the American Campaign and Pacific theater ribbons.

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Found this at a yard sale a few weeks back. Unfortunately unnamed, but the photo album has photos of this flight nurse as a child, during her nurse training, and later some portraits from her time in the Army.

 

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Very cool, like my Uncle in post #89 it looks like they were both in the medical dept. of the Air Transport Command, designated by the patch type crest they wear on their epaulettes.

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Pardon the quality of the images......shot on the fly. P/O Blondy Scott and his new wife on their wedding day, I think this was the week after Pearl Harbor (need to check all of my info). The wife and Blondy were both present at Pearl during the attack.....she was a ARC nurse. The second photo is Blondy's uniform and his wife's wedding suit, both shown in the post wedding photo.

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Captain Donald M. Early and his future wife Corporal Marian Movchan. I have also included another photo of her....she’s gorgeous!

 

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James McGuiness and his very attractive wife Sheila, Sheila, English, were married in England, he evidently went on without her due to military dictates, and met her on her arrival in NYC sometime in late 1945, James and Sheila presumably settled, at least initially, in James's hometown of Arlington Mass.

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