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Camp Horseshoe was a West Virginia State Y. M. C. A. camp.
Text on the back reads, "When Assistant Secretary of War, Col. Louis Johnson was famous as hard worker, hard driver. During preparations for important mission to aid India in fighting off Japanese, the telephone in his Washington apartment was seldom silent." Johnson served as the President's personal representative in India in 1942.
A view of the Taj Mahal, showing wartime air raid protection measures on the central dome. The man is likely Louis Johnson.
Colonel Louis Johnson and Colonel Griffith with Indians at the tomb of Sheik Salim Chisti at Fatehpur Sikri, India.
Louis Johnson at the entrance to the Taj Mahal.
Crew members during a salvage and repair operation work port side of the battered battleship. The U.S.S. West Virginia was hit by seven torpedoes and two bombs during the December 7th attack.
Men inspect the damage after the infamous Japanese attack. The "Wee Vee" as the ship was affectionately referred to, was raised from the bottom of Pearl Harbor where she was moored during the attack and towed to dry dock for repairs.
Mrs. Maude Wiseman Adkins in center with Depsey Adkins to the right and Gladys Richmond Adkins to the left. Dalena Boone is left of Badie Bracken Adkins, who is the girl in the front, and left of her is Joyce Delano. Nile Boone is the boy sitting in the front.
Russell, father to Joe Neely, is pictured sitting at a desk while on a phone call.
Parade is associated with the War Bond Drive at which the Musical Steelmakers performed.
Jones pictured in uniform.
Pictured from left to right in the front is Earnett Cobb, Betty Jane Arrington Angell, and Lloyd Seldomridge. The two gentleman in the back are Homer Thrall, left, and Raymond W. Argabright. On the awning, above the group, reads, "The Gang's All Here".
Petrey pictured in front of the Ritz Theatre on Ballengee Street.
Lona Richmond, left, and Betty Jane Arrington Angell, right, pose in front of the theatre on Ballengee Street.
Raymond is on the left. Dewey is on the right. The two are pictured in their uniforms.
Old North West Turnpike 1838 completed from here to Parkersburg, West Virginia.
See original for correspondence. Published by Ferguson News Company. (From postcard collection legacy system--Non-WV.)
See original for correspondence. Published by The Albertype Company. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
2,000 feet elevation. Hand painted scene covering the grand hotel and its estate. See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system.)
Recruits load onto buses.
James Snyder shown here wearing an army uniform, graduated from University High School in 1931.
Dellacroce is wearing a military uniform, possibly US Navy.
Empty freight carts stand between an empty track and the depot platform.
This leaflet was included in William Godfrey's post-war narrative documenting his service during World War II. Godfrey was a student at West Virginia University.
Mineral Industries Building is now White Hall.
The Mineral Industries Building is now White Hall.
Unidentified students work preparing samples of coal for research.
"The Court" area is bordered by Chemistry Hall (now Clark Hall) on the left, Wise Library in the center and Mineral Industries Building (now White Hall) on the right.
Massive equipment used in research regarding coal at West Virginia University.
Two unidentified researchers working at the plating and cleaning tanks in the lab.
Unidentified man stands next to lab hood.
Unidentified researcher observes testing in a lab of the Department of Geology.
One of the massive pieces of equipment in the Mineral Industries Building (now White Hall) used for research related to the development of the mineral resources of West Virginia.
Brother of Mary Helen Skaggs Ashcraft; born 1915, Greenbrier County, West Virginia; graduate of West Virginia University; served as a Navy pilot during World War II, killed in 1943. Photograph was taken at Klo Lake City, Florida.
He organized and served as president of the Wilson Lumber Company, the Wildell Lumber Company, the Ruthbell Lumber Company, and the Inter-Mountain Coal & Lumber Company. He was also a director in the Bank of Mill Creek and the Tygarts Valley National Bank.
President Irvin Stewart is given a Red Cross item.