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[Photograph of Staff Sergeant Sie S. Edwards by a Fountain]

Description: Photograph of Staff Sergeant Sie S. Edwards standing in his uniform in front of a large fountain. The text on the bottom of the photo contains information about his rank, birth and death dates, and names of his immediate family members: "S/Sgt. Sie S. Edwards Born Sept. 4th, 1909 Died in a jap prison camp in the Phillippines on June 18th, 1942 He was a member of the 93rd Bombardment Squad and was a secret bombsite specialist. He was survived by wife, Marge Edwards and Parents Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Edwards."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Staff Sergeant Odis L. Apple, Jr.]

Description: Portrait of Staff Sergeant Odis L. Apple, Jr. who was a member of the Army Air Corps. The rest of the description tells his birth and death date, the names of his parents, and the medals he won: "Born August 15, 1923, Killed Sept. 13th, 1944 over Mainz, Germany, Parents Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Apple, Air Medal, Purple Heart, Presidential Unit Citation."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Photograph Corporal Raymond G. George]

Description: Photograph of Corporal Raymond G. George wearing a shirt and hat. The text on the bottom of the photo contains information about his rank, birth and death date/location, and the regiment he belonged to: "Corporal Raymond G. George Born May 17th, 1920 Old Decker, Texas Killed New Georgia Islands Sept. 18th, 1943 Co. C. 27th Infantry Regiment 25th Division."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Sergeant Edward E. Davis]

Description: Portrait of Sergeant Edward E. Davis wearing his military uniform. The note on the bottom of the photograph contains information about his birth and death: "Sgt. Edward E. Davies 99th Bomb Group 347th Sqd. Born Oct. 11th, 1917 Killed Dec. 18th, 1944 Olmeutz [sic], Czechoslovakia."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of P. F. C. Neal C. Davison, Jr.]

Description: Portrait of P. F. C. Neal C. Davison, Jr. in his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph contains details about his rank, birth and death dates, and parental information: "Pfc. Neal C. Davison, Jr. U. S. Marine Corp. [Born] Nov. 3rd, 1924 Killed April 22nd, 1946 Mid Pacific, Parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Davison."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Sergeant Ollie Dismuke]

Description: Portrait of Sergeant Ollie Dismuke wearing his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the picture contains information about his rank, birth and death dates/location: "Sgt. Ollie Dismuke 6th [Armored] Div. Born Nov. 27th, 1923 Killed March 25th, 1945 at Luzon."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Engineer Gunner Jimmie Doyle]

Description: Portrait of Engineer Gunner Jimmie Doyle wearing a non-military suit. The text on the bottom of the photo contains information of his birth and death dates, medals won, and the names of his father and son: "Jimmie Doyle Engineer Gunner Born Oct. 29th, 1919 Killed Sept. 1st, 1944 Palau Islands, Koro Passage Dist. Flying Cross, Air Medal, Two Oak Leaf Clusters Father Tom Boyle, Son James Doyle, Jr."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Murl Montgomery]

Description: Portrait of Murl Montgomery in his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph has information regarding his role in the military, his birth and death date, as well as the medals he won: "Murl Montgomery Co. F. 86th MT. Div. Born Dec. 23rd 1919 Killed April 14th, 1945 Bronze Star Two Purple Hearts."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Photograph of Raymond Winfield May]

Description: Photograph of Raymond Winfield May with an American flag in the background. The text on the bottom of the picture has information of his birth and death date, and his parents' names: "Raymond Winfield May, 31st Infantry Born [November] 12th, 1914 Killed October 24th, China Sea Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. May."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Fred H. Leonard in Uniform]

Description: Portrait of Fred H. Leonard with a uniform drawn on. The text on the bottom of the picture has information concerning his role in the military, his birth and death dates/locations, and the medals he won: "Fred H. Leonard, Co E. 27th Inf. Div. Born June 6, 1908, Roscoe, Texas Killed on Jan. 12, 1943 at [Guadalcanal] Purple Heart, Parents M. L. Leonards Roscoe, TX."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Flight Lieutenant Deverle Brown]

Description: Portrait of Flight Lieutenant Deverle Brown wearing his military uniform. The description on the bottom of the photograph tells Brown's rank, squadron, date of death, and parents: "Deverle Brown Flight Lieut. R. A. F. Squadron 25, Died February 1945, Parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brown."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Sergeant Earl A. Bryant]

Description: Portrait of Sergeant Earl A. Bryant wearing his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph has a description of Bryant's rank, birth and death date, and death location: "Sgt. Earl A. Bryant, Gunner 15th Air Force Born Jan. 28th 1923 Killed Feb. 10th 1944 Nettuno, Italy."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Mondal R. Amons in his Marines Uniform]

Description: Portrait of Mondal R. (Corky) Amons wearing his Marines uniform. The text at the bottom of the photo describes his rank and role in the military: "Co. A. 1st. Tank Battalion 1st. Marine Div. F M. F." Below that is a description of his birth and death: "Born Fisher County Dec. 6, 1929 - Killed Oct. 17, 1951 in Korea."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Corporal Roy Clay, Jr.]

Description: Portrait of Corporal Roy Clay, Jr. wearing his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph has a description of his rank, birth/death date, and location of death: "Cpl. Roy Clay, Jr. Co. E. 142nd Infantry 36th Division Born Aug. 5th, 1917 Killed Feb. 11th, 1944 in Italy."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Alton Belton Wilson in his Uniform]

Description: Portrait of Alton Belton Wilson wearing his military uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph contains information of Wilson's parents and siblings, and his death, as well as the medals he won: "Alton Belton Wilson Son of F. C. and Maudie Wilson of Roscoe Brother of Elizabeth Ballard and Calvin Killed Feb. 11, 1943 in Italy Received Purple Heart and Silver Star."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Portrait of Wilmer Wayne Wilson]

Description: Portrait of Wilmer Wayne Wilson in his sailor uniform. The text on the bottom of the photograph says: "Wilmer Wayne Wilson Killed in action April 16, 1968 in Vietnam Awarded the Vietnamese Military Merit Medal and the Cross of Gallantry son of Wilmer Dayton and Margie Wilson. Brother to Gary, Buford and Lawrence Wilson, Bonnie Wilson and Linda Wilson."
Date: unknown
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum