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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 27B

Box 27B Box 27B has been moved to the freezer

1 Roll 28 (1117) 28 negatives, Soldiers and people in a small Chinese village, landscape views of terraced mountains, three soldiers drinking beverages
2 Roll 29 (1118) 29 negatives, Bill Shemorry reading the Farmers Press newspaper, men looking at a Japanese flag with symbols, Chinese country side and terraced mountains, a Chinese village, and people traveling over a rural bridge
3 Roll 31 (1120) 31 negatives, Views of mountains, two have a soldier in the foreground and a few have the tops of roofs visible
4 Roll 32 (1121), China 1944 bombing S. of Lungling; 30 negatives, soldiers preparing and eating a meal outdoors and a bombing raid carried out south of Lungling, China in 1944 (many negatives are overexposed)
5 Roll 35 (1124), China WWII; 29 negatives, Buddhist temple in China, people in a boat, and shots of the 164th Signal Photo Company at work in the field (all the negatives have cracked and become grainy)
6 Roll 38 (1127) Ford Stream Temple; 12 negatives, People getting off an airplane, view of the airplane which has the numbers 26098… and 987 on the tale, and people at the airstrip (negatives slightly cracked)
7 Roll 39 (1128), China WW2 Port.; 29 negatives, Portraits of the men of the 164th Signal Photo Company and two of a base camp with tents
8 Roll 40 (1129), Camp Crowder 1946 obstacle course; 38 negatives, portraits of soldiers at Camp Crowder and going through the Obstacle Course

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