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[Bernikow Preparing Rations for Other Soldiers]

Description: Photograph of Bernikow, left, preparing rations for other soldiers that have gathered in a wooded area. He and another soldier are holding a stick with a suspended frying basket that contains several cans of food. They're holding this basket over a smoking garbage can. Other soldiers to the right are holding pans and cups.
Date: September 28, 1943
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

Child at Office Desk

Description: Copy negative of Arthur John as a young boy, seated at an office desk. He is wearing a suit and tie with a large flower pinned to his tie. The desk has a typewriter. In the bottom margin of the photograph it says, "Arthur John, 1912".
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Christmas Greeting

Description: Copy negative of a Christmas greeting card from Chanute Field. There is a line drawing of a Santa Claus holding a sack, an airplane, and a tree. The text reads "Chanute Field wishes all a merry xmas and a happy New Year. US. Menu." People listed under the menu items are 2nd LT. Arnold H. Rich, Mess Officer and Clyde L. Walters, Mess SGT. Other officers listed are "Comd'G Officer, MAJ. W. C. McChord", "Executive Officer, CAPT. R. P. Cousins", "15th Obs. Sqdr'n, CAPT. E. Clark", "5th Photo Seg., LT. E. B. Bobzien", "Q. M. C. Det., CAPT. T. C. Locke", "A. S. T. S. Det, LT. T. P. Smith." The items listed in the menu reads "celery, sliced tomatoes, lettuce salad, sweet pickles, ripe olives, roast turkey, cranberry sauce, sage dressing, candied sweet potatoes, buttered beets, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy, mince pie, cookies, chocolate cake, oranges, mixed nuts, apples, cigars, candy, cigarettes, bread, butter, coffee."
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Clipping: What a Ride!]

Description: Newspaper clipping from featuring a photograph of a young child climbing out of a B-17 Flying Fortress. The caption includes details about the Wings of Freedom Tour, which brought the aircraft to Waukegan Airport.
Date: unknown
Creator: Valade, Paul
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

College Athletes

Description: Copy negative of a picture of the U. S. Fencing team at the University of Illinois with their names written on the photograph. They are Abbey Silverstone, Lee (Pentman?), Mac Garret, and Arthur (?). They are posing with a trophy, sitting around Mac who is holding a clipboard. Other pictures are partially visible above and below.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Documents Regarding the Guardianship of Earl Willard Meyer, Charles P. Westlund, and Marjorie Westlund]

Description: Nine documents appointing Hazel Westlund guardian of Charles P. Westlund and Marjorie Westland, appointing Elsie Meyer guardian of Earl Willard Meyer, and petitions by Elsie Meyer for the ability to enter into oil and gas leases on Earl Willard Meyer's behalf, documents granting Elsie Meyer the authority to enter into oil and gas leases, and an affidavit certifying that a weekly paper in Stratford, Texas has been in publication for at least one year. The documents are unsigned.
Date: 1939-08~
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Dominican Nun

Description: Copy negative of a picture of Sister Maureen O'Flynn wearing a habit, painting outdoors. There is an easel on the left and trees in the background.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library
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