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POW Camp Tsurga Osaka Japan - Aerial Photo
POW Camp Tsurga Osaka Japan - Aerial Photo
 
 
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POW Camp Tsurga Osaka Japan - Aerial Photo v2
POW Camp Tsurga Osaka Japan - Aerial Photo v2
 
 
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Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion
Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion
 
 
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Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 circa
Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 circa
 
 
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Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 with mother and brother
Prince, Walie Benton: 1945 with mother and brother
TEC5 Walie Prince is shown wearing the US Army Western Pacific combat patch.  
 
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Prince, Walie Benton: 1946 and brother Tom
Prince, Walie Benton: 1946 and brother Tom
Walie appears to be wearing the tank destroyer sharpshooter patch above his right pocket. He probably earned that patch before his unit was converted from the 672nd Tank Destroyer Battalion to the 672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion. The picture was taken after he redeployed from the western pacific. The picture was likely taken in January. His bother Tom enlisted in late 1945 and does not appear to have been deployed overseas since there are no accoutrements on his uniform. 
 
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Quinlan, Alice (Dunning): 1901c
Quinlan, Alice (Dunning): 1901c
This picture of Alice was provided by the Stockdale family without identifying her. In April 2012 Beth Carney proffered that Alice was wearing "a mourning bonnet, though perhaps modified because the woman's been in mourning for years. I still think the styles are kind of mid 19th, but the photo looks late 19th, like 1880s or thereabouts." Clyde Rothman confirmed that the woman is Alice (Dunning) Quinlan. 
 
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Quinlan, Alice (Dunning): 1915c
Quinlan, Alice (Dunning): 1915c
 
 
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Quinlan, Ferry Boat
Quinlan, Ferry Boat
 
 
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Quinlan, Patrick: 1836 - 1901
Quinlan, Patrick: 1836 - 1901
 
 
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Quinlan, William and Anna (Vrattman)'s home, Rock Island, IL.
Quinlan, William and Anna (Vrattman)'s home, Rock Island, IL.
 
 
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Quinlan, William John: 2010 home
Quinlan, William John: 2010 home
1314 14 1/2 Street, Rock Island, IL 
 
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Quinlan, William:
Quinlan, William:
Ad partner drilling for oil in Arkansas 
 
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Quinlan, William:  chopping tree down for derrick
Quinlan, William: chopping tree down for derrick
 
 
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Quinlan, William: 1940 (circa) Ferry
Quinlan, William: 1940 (circa) Ferry
 
 
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Reeves, Jeremiah & Elisa
Reeves, Jeremiah & Elisa
 
 
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Rogers, Eliza Vesta (Leverett)
Rogers, Eliza Vesta (Leverett)
 
 
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Rogers, Mary J. Ryan
Rogers, Mary J. Ryan
RJCarr: AKA Mary I Thompson...investigate 
 
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Ross, Reuben Davis
Ross, Reuben Davis
 
 
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Ryan, Johanna (Bolger): 1917
Ryan, Johanna (Bolger): 1917
 
 
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Ryan, Johanna (Bolger): 1917 circa
Ryan, Johanna (Bolger): 1917 circa
 
 
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S.S Carinthia
S.S Carinthia
Anna T. McCallig sailed aboard this ship in August, 1927. 
 
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S.S. Albert Ballin
S.S. Albert Ballin
 
 
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S.S. Berengaria 1923
S.S. Berengaria 1923
Ernest sailed aboard this ship in 1923. 
 
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S.S. Bremen - 1937
S.S. Bremen - 1937
Clair Hertz sailed on this ship in .937. 
 
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S.S. California
S.S. California
Marjorie Marie Yeomans sailed aboard this boat.
Anna T. McCallig sailed aboard this boat in 1928. 
 
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S.S. Carinthia
S.S. Carinthia
Anna T. Mccallig sailed on this boat. 
 
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S.S. Finland
S.S. Finland
 
 
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S.S. Iroquois, 1920
S.S. Iroquois, 1920
From The American Presidency Project:
"After thorough discussion at the meeting of the Cabinet, and because it is felt that there is no reason for withholding the following facts from the public, this information is given out:

Yesterday the head of the German Navy, Grand Admiral Raeder, officially informed the American Government, through the United States Naval Attache in Berlin, that according to information on which he relied, an American ship, the Iroquois, is to be sunk when it nears our American east coast. The sinking of the Iroquois, Admiral Raeder said, would be accomplished through a repetition of circumstances which marked the loss of the steamship Athenia.

The S.S. Iroquois, formerly in our coastwise trade, was chartered by the Maritime Commission recently to go to Ireland to bring back Americans who had been caught in Europe at the outbreak of the war. The Iroquois sailed from Ireland on October second with a full list of American passengers.

This was the chief tenor of the official note sent to us by the head of the German Navy.

As a purely precautionary measure, a Coast Guard vessel and several Navy ships from the patrol will meet the Iroquois at sea and will accompany her to an American port. Furthermore, the Captain of the Iroquois has been informed of this official note from the German Admiralty and has been asked to make careful search for any possible explosives on board his ship.

The whole of this information has also been conveyed to the British and French Admiralties." 
 
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S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse (1897-1914)
S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse (1897-1914)
Albert Frederick LEONHARD sailed on it in 1912.
Albert Henry HEUSSER sailed on it in 1913. 
 
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S.S. Kroonland: 1903 painted by Antonio Jacobsen
S.S. Kroonland: 1903 painted by Antonio Jacobsen
"SS Kroonland, Antonio Jacobsen, 1903" by Antonio Jacobsen

The Burning of Volturno, a website dedicated to the burning and sinking of SS Volturno in 1913. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SS_Kroonland,_Antonio_Jacobsen,_1903.jpg#/media/File:SS_Kroonland,_Antonio_Jacobsen,_1903.jpg 
 
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S.S. Majestic
S.S. Majestic
 
 
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S.S. Monarch of Bermuda
S.S. Monarch of Bermuda
 
 
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S.S. Munargo 1921
S.S. Munargo 1921
Photographed while on commercial service for the Munson Line between New York and Havana during the 1920s or early 1930s. (www.Shipscribe.com) It was a commercial cargo and passenger ship built for the Munson Steamship Lines by New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, New Jersey launched 17 September 1921. Munargo operated for the line in the New York-Bahamas-Cuba-Miami service passenger cargo trade. The ship was acquired by the War Shipping Administration and immediately purchased by the War Department for service as a troop carrier during World War II. Shortly after acquisition the War Department transferred the ship to the U.S. Navy which commissioned the ship USS Munargo (AP-20). She operated in the Atlantic Ocean for the Navy until returned to the War Department in 1943 for conversion into the Hospital ship USAHS Thistle.(WIKI)

Ella G. Carr sailed on this ship in October 1931. 
 
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S.S. Nerissa
S.S. Nerissa
Anna T. McCallig sailed aboard this ship in 1928.
The "Nerissa was the final ship built for the Bowring Brothers' "Red Cross Line" service between New York, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and St. John's, Newfoundland." The ship was sunk by the Germans in April 1941 while it was in service as a military transport ship. (WIKI)
http://www.ssnerissa.com/?q=inquiry_sinking-1
Photograph supplied to http://www.clydesite.co.uk by John Ward~McQuaid. 
 
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S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
Ship Name: Nieuw Amsterdam
Years in service: 1906-1932
Funnels: 1
Masts: 4
Shipping Line: Holland-America
Ship Description: Built by Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland. Tonnage: 17,149. Dimensions: 600' x 68' (615' o.l.). Twin-screw, 16 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel.
Ship Version: I
History: Passengers: 417 first, 391 second, 2,300 third. Maiden voyage: Rotterdam-New York, April 7, 1906. The only trans-Atlantic passenger liner to keep regular sailings during World War I. Scrapped in Japan, 1932.  
 
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S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
Sarah Kupersmith sailed on this boat. 
 
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S.S. Olympic: 1931 Meehan Maud
S.S. Olympic: 1931 Meehan Maud
 
 
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S.S. Orduna, 1921 Passenger Ships
S.S. Orduna, 1921 Passenger Ships
 
 

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