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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 72 A & B

Box 72A
1 History on Guadalcanal and 164th Infantry – World War II history and reseach: booklet on Guadalcanal, The U.S. Army Campaigns of World War II; copy of the Congressional Record Vol. 138 Feb. 3, 1992 No. 11 with an Account of the 164th Infantry Regiment on Guadalcanal from Oct. 7, 1942 through Feb. 23, 1943 by Lt. Col. Samuel Baglien; 4 pages from a book or magazine with a map and pictures of the Solomon Islands and Guadalcanal; The 164th Infantry News Vol. 6 – No. 9 May 1974 with an Association Roster; words to a song The Fighting 164th by Howard G. Van Tassel, 164th Infantry Regiment composed in a foxhole on Guadalcanal during WWII; and a Fact Sheet on Guadalcanal from Washington DC on the 50th Anniversary of WWII.
2 139 negatives, 35mm film, from the Zap-In, in Zap, N.D. in 1969
3 4 negatives including three 8x10” negatives taken by J.E. Pasonault and 1 copy negative labeled as Grandma Gibbs
4 12 photographic prints, of miscellaneous topics including a large group outside, aerial views of the State Line Rodeo over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4th and 5th, 1949, Roosevelt & New Deal Parade, in Williston, N.D. March 4, 1933 taken by Pasonault, men looking at a printing press, John Shemorry in a meeting, Ad and Fred leave with 28 year old reservists in 1942 soldiers in military uniform in a train car, copy print of two men with an airplane, boxing and the crowd watching a boxing ring including Shemorry holding a camera.
5 Metal plate probably used for a printing press, or publication of some type, faint image of an aerial view of a city

Box 72B
1 “Ruins old jail Williston, ND"
2 1st Troop NDRR outside Public School (Print 1-52-28 cropped print of glass negative 72B-2; print 1-52-27 backward print of glass negative 72B-2)
3 Gathering at Mrs. Ackre's, March 24, 1909 (A.M. Thompson)

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