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Ernest Orland Lawrence with Molly and Eric, 1935. XBB677-4243 [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Dr. Wayne Grover (Archivist of the United States) and Eric Johnston (Motion Pictures Producer's Association)

Molly and Eric Lawrence, 1936. See also Cooksey 28-38 (original negatives misplaced, recopied). Envelope contains various images of Ernest Orland Lawrence, Molly Lawrence, and Eric Lawrence. Cooksey 28-38. Digitized from poor quality copy negatives. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest Orlando Lawrence with wife, Molly and children, Eric and Margaret on stoop of Crocker Lab. Cooksey 12-32, January 18, 1939. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest Orlando Lawrence with wife, Molly and children, Eric and Margaret on stoop of Crocker Lab. Cooksey 12-29, January 18, 1939. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest Orlando Lawrence with wife, Molly and children, Eric and Margaret on stoop of Crocker Lab. Cooksey 12-36, January 18, 1939. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

[Lt. Gen. Ihsan Eric, Chief of Turkish Military Representation at SHAPE)]

[General Ihsan Eric at SHAPE]

Visitor Brother Eric with Dr. Owen Chamberlain (center), taken August 7, 1964. Morgue 1964-45 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Visitor Brother Eric with Dr. Emilio Segre (right), taken August 7, 1964. Morgue 1964-45 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Visitor Brother Eric with Dr. Owen Chamberlain (right), taken August 7, 1964. Morgue 1964-45 (P-2) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

President George W. Bush (right) applauds as Medal of Honor recipient LT. COL. Bruce Crandall (U.S. Army, ret.) kisses his wife, Arlene, in the East Room of the White House on Feb. 26, 2007. LT. COL. Crandall was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism as a U.S. Army 1ST Cavalry Division helicopter flight commander during the Vietnam War in November 1965. (DoD photo by Eric Draper, CIV) (Released)

LT. COL. Bruce Crandall (U.S. Army, ret.) speaks during his induction into the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes on Feb. 27, 2007, the day after President George W. Bush awarded him the Medal of Honor for his heroism as a U.S. Army 1ST Cavalry Division helicopter flight commander during the Vietnam War in November 1965. (DoD photo by Eric Draper, CIV) (Released)

PH2 Joy Clark Naval Air Station, Bermuda....Aviation Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Eric Howard lifts weights at the gymnasium. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH2 Joy Clark Naval Air Station, Bermuda....Aviation Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Eric Howard returns equipment to Wendy Maceyko, gym manager, after working out at the gymnasium. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

President Richard Nixon during an Interview with John Chancellor, Eric Sevareid, Howard K. Smith and Nancy Dickerson for the Television Special Program "A Conversation with the President"

Journalists Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid, and Bob Schieffer Interviewing President Gerald R. Ford in the Blue Room

4-7 Sir Eric Gairy of Grenada, Daniel Oduber of the Republic of Costa Rica

Sir Eric Gairy of Grenada, Daniel Oduber of Costa Rica

4-10 Prime Minister Sir Eric Gairy of the State of Grenada; 11-14 Prime Minister Lynden Pindling of the Bahamas; 15-18 President Oduber of Costa Rica

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea compares a prosthetic left eye he made with the right eye of 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Her left eye became infected after cataract surgery, and had to be removed, Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea applies finishing details to the prosthetic eye for 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea holds a mirror so that 15-year-old Aida Balunso can view her new prosthetic eye. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea holds a box containing various sizes and shapes of prosthetic eyes. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea inserts a prosthetic eye into the socket of 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Her left eye became infeced after cataract surgery, and had to be removed. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19)

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea applies finishing details to the prosthetic eye for 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Artwork: Italy, 1944 - Artist: Eric Joyner U.S. Air Force Art Collection OFFICIAL U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO (RELEASED)

Marines of the 3rd Combat Engineer Battalion undergo training with the bangalore torpedo. PFC Eric Hamby slides two sections together prior to positioning the torpedo under a barb wire fence

PH1 Paul Pappas ....LT. j.g. Daniel C. Espinoza, a visiting Hispanic officer, confers with LT. Eric V. Clayton and LT. j.g. Todd J. Wilmot on the bridge of the destroyer USS Harry W. Hill (DD-986). OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PH1 Paul Pappas ....LT. j.g. Daniel C. Espinoza, a visiting Hispanic officer, LT. Eric V. Clayton and LT. j.g. Todd J. Wilmot consult a navigational chart on the bridge of the destroyer USS Harry W. Hill (DD-986). OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Marine SSGT Martinez, Recruiter of the Year-1981, gives Eric Moses, a student at Lewis D. Brandies high school, a contact card to fill out

CDR Eric A. Jensen, USN (covered)

CDR Eric L. Washan, USN (covered)

CAPT Eric A. McVadon, USN (covered)

CAPT Eric A. McVadon, USN (uncovered)

LCOL Thomas E. Reinkober is presented the Legion of Merit by MGEN Max Noah, director, Program Analysis and Evaluation. Looking on is Reinkober's family, from left to right, sons Eric and Brian, wife Pam and Daughter Amy

Private First Class Eric Horpe, 1ST Battalion, 319th Field Artillery, 82nd Airborne Division from Fort Bragg NC, reads as he waits for transportation home after his participation in the Autumn Forge Exercise CARBINE FORTRESS, a NATO exercise held annually in West Germany

CDR Eric R. Haupt, USNR-R (covered)

CDR Eric A. Arllen, USN (covered)

CMDR Eric B. Jones, USN (covered)

Commander Eric A. Jensen, USNR, Retired (covered)

SENIOR AIRMAN Eric Palmer South Korea....A plane director guides C-130 Hercules aircraft to parking spaces on the flight line at Yeo Ju airstrip, where Korean Marines will be offloaded during the joint U.S./South Korean exercise Team Spirit '84. OFFICIAL U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO (RELEASED)AVAILABLE ON CD

Joy and Pat Higginbotham prepare a banner to greet Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Massa upon his return to home port after 11 months at sea aboard the battleship USS NEW JERSEY (BB 62). A portion of the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU (LHA 5) can be seen in the background

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transferred from an SH-53 Sea King helicopter to a US Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron for medical evacuation to Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transferred from a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron to a waiting ambulance. Patenkopf was rescued after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transferred from a C-130 Hercules aircraft to an ambulance enroute to an emergency room at the station's hospital facility. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

AIRMAN 1ST Class Daniel Volz, right, takes a blood pressure reading as LCDR Matthew Waack, center, checks crash victim LTJG Eric Patenkopf for abdominal injuries. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A Navy pilot closes the door of a UH-1 Iroquois helicopter carrying crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf to the regional medical center at Clark Air Base, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

US Navy and US Air Force rescue personnel administer first-aid to Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf aboard an SH-3 Sea King helicopter. Patenkopf was rescued after his A-4 Skyhawk developed engine problems forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transferred from the emergency room to a helicopter for transfer to the regional medical center at Clark Air Force Base, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

A surgeon operates on crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim LT. j.g. Eric Patenkopf is transferred from an SH-3 Sea King helicopter to a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron for medical evacuation at Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Waack restrains crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf while his vital signs are taken by AIRMAN First Class Daniel Volz. They are aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron and are enroute to Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines, where emergency medical facilities are available. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Waack, restrains crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf while his vital signs are taken. Patenkopf was rescued after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is taken from an ambulance for transport to Clark Air Base, Philippines, for further treatment. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Waack, left, and AIRMAN First Class Volz, right, work to stabilize and restrain crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transported by ambulance to the emergency room at the station's hospital facilities. He is attended by AIRMAN First Class Daniel Volz, left. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

AIRMAN First Class Daniel Volz and a US Navy doctor check the tubes on crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is inspected by AIRMAN First Class Daniel Volz (left) before being transferred to a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron for medical evacuation at Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued after his A-4 Skyhawk developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf is transferred from an SH-3 Sea King helicopter to a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron for medical evacuation to Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines. Patenkopf was rescued after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Lieutenant Commander Matthew Waack and AIRMAN First Class Volz, right, restrain crash victim Lieutenant Junior Grade Eric Patenkopf while aboard a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 21st Tactical Airlift Squadron. They are enroute to Cubi Point Naval Air Station, Philippines, where emergency medical facilities are available. Patenkopf was rescued from the South China Sea after his A-4 Skyhawk aircraft developed engine problems, forcing him to eject

Commander (CDR) Eric Axel Jensen, USNR-R (covered)

Commander (CDR) Eric L. Lekberg, USN (covered)

SPC5 Eric L. Zamora, a medic with the 25th Inf. Div., prepares to x-ray the leg of PVT Felix Gonzalez during an exercise at the Pohakuloa Training Area. Looking on is CPT Leif G. Johnson, commander of Company C

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Eric Washington, a crew chief with the 18th Tactical Fighter Wing, watches an aircraft take off during Exercise COPE THUNDER '84-7

Commander (CDR) Eric A. Stein, USN (covered)

Brigadier General Eric B. Nelson, USAF (uncovered)

AIRMAN First Class (AMN) Eric M. Bermudes, Nellis Air Force Base Hospital Squadron, and Technical Sergeant (TSGT) John N. Dimling, 145th Tactical Clinic, North Carolina Air National Guard, review a patient's X-ray in the hospital emergency room

Captain (CPT) James N. Miller, left, and CHIEF Warrant Officer Eric D. Dauphine, center, both of the 2348th Transportation Co., Mississippi National Guard, discuss the airlift operation of a damaged Marine Corps A-4 Skyhawk aircraft with Major (MAJ) Jack G. Merrell Jr., airfield manager and chief of base operations. The aircraft was struck by lighting while parked on the flight line

Captain (CAPT) Eric R. Wilson, USN (covered)

Captain (CAPT) Eric R. Wilson, USN (uncovered)

Commodore Eric A. McVadon

Lieutenant (Dr.) Eric Martinez from Panamanian Defense Force teaches a villager how to use a Chumico leaf to clean teeth during a humanitarian aid operation for impoverished Panamanians

Rear Admiral (RDML) (lower half) Eric A. McVadon, USN (covered)

Spec. 4 Eric Strawsine and Spec. 4 James Wilbanks, 172nd Security Police Battalion, patrol the cargo area at Allen Army Airfield during exercise Brim Frost '87

Specialist 4 (SPC) Eric Strawsine and James Wilbanks patrol the cargo area at Allen Army Air Field during Exercise BRIM FROST'87

Specialist Fourth Class (SPC) Eric Strawsine, 172nd Security Police Battalion, stands guard at the Allen Army Airfield cargo area during Exercise BRIM FROST'87

CAPT. Eric Stoll, pilot of an OV-10 Bronco aircraft of the 27th Tactical Air Support Squadron, looks out the cockpit of his aircraft while in-flight over George Air Force Base

Major (MAJ) Eric Johnson of the 147th Air Refueling Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, pilots a KC-135E Stratotanker aircraft en route to Volk Field, Wisconsin, during Exercise KEYSTONE BADGER

Fire Control Technician 1ST Class David Butler, left, stands with his arm around Marine SGT Eric Wetzel after they were awarded gold and bronze medals, respectively, in the Greco-Roman wrestling event at the 10th Annual Pan American Games. Exact Date Shot

Marine SGT Eric Wetzel shows off the bronze medal he won in the Greco-Roman wrestling competition at the 10th Annual Pan American Games. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Marine SGT Eric Wetzel, left, and SPEC. 4 Derrick Waldroup stand with a cardboard cutout of the 10th Pan American Games' mascot in the front of an information tent. The wrestlers won bronze and silver medals, respectively, for their performances in the Gr

AIRMAN (AMN) Eric Roberts, 363rd Security Police Squadron, stands guard over the E-3A Sentry aircraft Airborne Warning and Control Squadron entry control point during Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87, a phase of BRIGHT STAR'87. The US Central Command exercise rep

AIRMAN (AMN) Eric Roberts, 363rd Security Police Squadron, talks with AMN Michael Bailey from the 552nd Aircraft Generation Squadron while on sentry duty during Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87, a phase of BRIGHT STAR'87. The US Central Command exercise represent

SEAMAN (SN) Eric Daye, 18, left, and MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Adrian Dotson, 57, center, ring the bell aboard the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64) in honor of the 200th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The two crew members represent the oldest and youngest men assigned to the ship which is undergoing overhaul by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The ship is 50 percent complete

SEAMAN (SN) Eric Daye, 18, left, and MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Adrian Dotson, 57, center, ring the bell aboard the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64) in honor of the 200th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The two crew members represent the oldest and youngest men assigned to the ship which is undergoing overhaul by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The ship is 50 percent complete

SEAMAN (SN) Eric Daye, 18, left, and MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Adrian Dotson, 57, center, ring the bell aboard the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64) in honor of the 200th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The two crew members represent the oldest and youngest men assigned to the ship which is undergoing overhaul by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The ship is 50 percent complete

SEAMAN (SN) Eric Daye, 18, left, and MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Adrian Dotson, 57, center, ring the bell aboard the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64) in honor of the 200th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The two crew members represent the oldest and youngest men assigned to the ship which is undergoing overhaul by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The ship is 50 percent complete

SEAMAN (SN) Eric Daye, 18, left, and MASTER CHIEF PETTY Officer (MCPO) Adrian Dotson, 57, center, ring the bell aboard the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64) in honor of the 200th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The two crew members represent the oldest and youngest men assigned to the ship which is undergoing overhaul by Ingalls Shipbuilding. The ship is 50 percent complete

Dentalman (DN) Eric Purdy, left, records information as the dentist, Lieutenant (LT) (Dr.) David Metzler, explains an X-ray to his patient on board the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB 63)

Attending the keel laying for the dock landing ship USS RUSHMORE (LSD 47) are, from left to right: Emile Foret, Avondale Industries, Inc. (AAI); James Schiro (AAI); Lawrence Torres (AAI); Julius Laurent (AAI); Eric Houin (AAI); Commander (CDR) Jim Mullican, office of the supervisor of shipbuilding, New Orleans (SSNO); Chris Sprague (AAI); Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Frank Forkel (SSNO); Dewey Lee (SSNO); Norman Nowell (SSNO); C.C. Cole (SSNO); Charles Turberville (SSNO); and Donald Cazaubon (SSNO)

Construction Mechanic 2nd Class (CM2) Eric Cambell instructs members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 on patrol and ambush techniques during the battalion's annual 20-day combat field exercise

Construction Mechanic 2nd Class (CM2) Eric Cambell calls for a recount on a disputed score in the target pits during M16A1 rifle qualifications for Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4. The battalion is participating in its annual 20-day combat field exercise

Artwork:"M.A.C."Artist: Eric Joyner (SF)

Greg Walker, Eric Holgate, and Dave Banks of Royal Australian Air Force Squadron 3 perform maintenance work under their F-18A Hornet aircraft during Pitch Black '88, a joint Australia - U.S. exercise emphasizing night flying

AIRMAN 1ST Class Eric Burks fires an M9 9 mm pistol on a target range during the DEFENDER CHALLENGE '88 competition

PETTY Officer 2nd Class (PO2) Eric M. Ford, a damage controlman, maintains firefighting equipment in one of the engineering spaces aboard the destroyer USS INGERSOLL (DD 990)

PETTY Officer 2nd Class (PO2) Eric M. Ford, a damage controlman, maintains firefighting equipment in one of the engineering spaces aboard the destroyer USS INGERSOLL (DD 990)

Portrait: US Navy (USN) Captain (CAPT) Eric L. Peterson (covered)

SENIOR CHIEF GUNNER's Mate Raymond E. Smith, left, vertical launch system (VLS) supervisor aboard the guided missile cruiser USS SAN JACINTO (CG 56), listens as GUNNER's Mate Missiles 1ST Class Jack A. Grant, second from right, gives a familiarization lecture on the ship's Mark 41 VLS to GUNNER's Mate Missiles SEAMAN Eric S. Glover, who is squatting beside Grant. GUNNER's Mate Missiles 2nd Class Kip L. Carroll, right, stands safety watch