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Description: Photograph of 18 individuals labelled by numbers then identified with the following key: 1. Mrs. H. N. Hansen, 2. Mrs. J. P. Olson, 3. Anne Smith, 4. Thyra Strarup (Mrs. Niels), 5. Rodholm (son), 6. Mrs. A. A. Heard, 7. Karen Hansen, 8. Kristine Marie Anderson Brodsgaard, 9. Emma K. Nielsen Hansen, 10. Agnes Hansen (Mrs. Otto), 11. Agnes Hansen, 12. Henrietta Anderson, 12. Mrs. R. A. M. Rodholm, 13. Mrs. Chris Larsen, 14. Mrs. J. A. M. Rodholm. 14. Mrs. Chris Larsen, 15. Mrs. V. Hvilhalt, 16. Mrs. Carl Thyssen, 17. Mrs. Peter Harton.
Description: Photograph of three men in military uniform. Their names, from left to right, are Laurits Harton, Carl Thyssen, and Walter Nielsen
Description: Photograph of Paul L. Jensen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Jensen. He joined the Air Force on October 15, 1965 and received basic military training at Lockland AFB, Texas. He attended Basic Military Journalist School at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis. He was assigned to Pacific Air Forces Base Information Office at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa. He served at Kadena from March 1966 to December 1967 with assignments taking him to Japan, Vietnam, Guam, and Hawaii. From Kadena, he was transferred to the Department of the Air Force's Hometown News Center at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City. He served in several supervisory positions at Hometown News Center before being honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant in February 1969.
Date: October 15, 1965
Description: Photograph of two houses near a well-plowed field with two sheds and a car parked beside the smallest shed. The second story near the upper part of the photograph belongs to Andreas Hansen Berndt, and the one story belongs to Niels Christian Berndt.