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Lobdell, Laura Ann - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Whaley, Laura - State: Washington - Year: 1863

Eufinger, Laura C - State: [Blank] - Year: 1864

Torrence, Laura T - State: North Carolina - Year: 1865

Clark, Laura A - State: [Blank] - Year: 1865

Ceremonies and Parades - New York City pays first tribute to fallen sons. New York observed it's first "Heroes Day" to commemorate the lives of the soldiers, marines, and sailors who died in France. Mrs. Laura Prisk and Veterans of the Civil War, with the original battle flag of Farrgut, at the Soldiers and Sailors monument on Riverside Drive

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross abroad. Misses Elizabeth and Laura Mckey of N.Y., in London on their way to Red Cross headquarters in Italy

American Red Cross - I thru M - American Red Cross abroad. Misses Elizabeth and Laura McKey of N.Y., boarding the Red Cross bus in London, on their way to Italy for Red Cross work

House of "Laura Takes Enemy"

Pictures of Rehabilitation Projects: Before Reconstruction of House Completed - Laura Kills in Sight

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - With Mary and Wayne Dean and children, Laura and John, Fr. 2A-6A; Jimmy Carter - At the Capitol Page School Graduation, Fr. 7A-14A; Interview with correspondents from Spain and/or Portugal, Fr. 15A-17A

Sergeant Laura Mohrbacher, assigned to the Avionics Maintenance Branch of the Army Meteorological Maintenance section, removes a pylon that supports sensing equipment in a ground meteorlogical detection antenna

SGT Laura Mohrbacher, assigned to the Avionics Maintenance Branch of the Army Meteorological Maintenance section, checks wiring on an air pollution monitor

SGT Laura Mohrbacher, assigned to the Avionics Maintenance Branch of the Army Meteorological Maintenance section, makes adjustments on a wind set 101. The wind set measures and records wind speed direction

SGT Laura Mohrbacher, assigned to the Avionics Maintenance Branch of the Army Meteorological Maintenance section, removes a pylon that supports sensing equipment in a ground meteorological Maintenance section, removes a pylon that supports sensing equipment in a ground meteorological detection antenna

General (GEN) David C. Jones, Air Force chief of staff, and Mrs. Laura Brown present the 1977 Colonel (COL) L. Joseph Brown Award for the top major command social actions program to US Air Force Europe (USAFE) in a ceremony at the Pentagon. Receiving the award are, from left, Lieutenant General (LGEN) John W. Pauly, vice commander in chief, USAFE; COL Chester A. Beverly, chief of social actions, USAFE; and Techincal Sergeant (TSGT) Anthony J. Mills, drug and alcohol abuse control technician, USAFE

TSGT Ellie J. Robeson, A1C Laura D. Lamond and TSGT Edwin W. Hannam Jr., left to right, learn to dismantle and reassemble the M-16 rifle at Tempelhof Central Airport

STAFF Sergeant Bruce Boyer and AIRMAN 1ST Class Laura Washnesky defuse Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bombs for removal from a munitions cart. The bombs will be loaded on an F-16 The bombs will be loaded on an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during exercise COPE ELITE '81

AIRMAN 1ST Class Laura Washnesky defuses Mark 82 500-pound laser-guided bombs for removal from a munitions cart. The bombs will be loaded on an F-16 The bombs will be loaded on an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft during exercise COPE ELITE '81

STAFF Sergeant Laura Schmitt of the 33rd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron moves a B-1 stand away from the HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter at the wash rack

STAFF Sergeant Laura Schmitt of the 33rd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron takes the brake off of a B-1 stand during the wash down of an HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter at the wash rack

PFC. Laura Allen, right, and PVT. 2 Patricia Cotter secure an M-60A1 main battle tank to a flatbed rail car, after it was offloaded from the vehicle cargo ship USNS CAPELLA (T-AKR 293) during exercise Gallant Eagle '84. The women are from the 567th Transportation Battalion

AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Laura Graham, local purchase monitor, checks over purchase documents with a civilian contract employee at the Pacific Air Force Contracting Center at Kadena Air Base

CAPT. (Dr.) Laura Dipuma, Nellis AFB Hospital Squadron, and MAJ. (Dr.) Robert A. Pendly, 145th Tactical Clinic, North Carolina Air National Guard, discuss a patient's record

Quartermaster 3rd Class Laura Hussey stands by to coxwain's one of the Navy's shuttle boats that take passengers out to the USS ARIZONA Memorial

Quartermaster 3rd Class Laura Hussey stands by to coxwain one of the Navy's shuttle boats that take passengers out to the USS ARIZONA Memorial. Engineman 3rd Class Greg Orsik stands by to assist passengers in boarding the boat

Laura Bearson, best finisher for the US women's team in the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM), talks to the press. Bearson finished in 4th place to give the United States a third place overall for the women's team

Laura Harper works on the gear box covering for an F-404 engine of an F/A-18 Hornet aircraft in the station's Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department power plants division

Diane Clark, right, volunteer coordinator, and Laura Eldridge, house manager, pose for a photograph at Nightingale House, a facility providing affordable living quarters and a comforting atmosphere to seriously ill patients and their family members. As a military-base version of the Ronald McDonald houses, Nightingale House permits family members to remain in the area while their loved ones receive long-term medical treatment

Laura Beams holds 2-day-old daughter Kendall as her husband, SGT. Neal Beams, and her son Ryan look on. When Mrs. Beams experienced stress-induced medical problems with her pregnancy, SGT. Beams was called home from his deployment to the Middle East for Operation Desert Shield

Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Laura Alago tests video equipment for the Navy Broadcasting Service Detachment

Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Laura Alago tests video equipment for the Navy Broadcasting Service Detachment

U.S. Army COL. David Burpee presents an award to U.S. Army SGT. Laura Ricardo on the occasion of her departure from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, during a Ceremony held at the Pentagon on Feb. 1, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00120 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

U.S. Army COL. David Burpee presents an award to U.S. Army SGT. Laura Ricardo on the occasion of her departure from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, during a Ceremony held at the Pentagon on Feb. 1, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00120 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Aviation Machinist's Mate Third Class (AD3) Laura Johnson adds the last minute touches of safety wire and inspects the linkage assembly for a T-58 engine before it is shipped out to a customer. AD3 Johnson is attached to the Power Plants Division Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department at Naval Air Station, Sigonella

Aviation Machinist's Mate Third Class (AD3) Laura Johnson adds the last minute touches of safety wire and inspects the linkage assembly for a T-58 engine before it is shipped out to a customer. AD3 Johnson is attached to the Power Plants Division Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department at the Naval Air Station, Sigonella

U.S. Army COL. David Burpee presents an award to U.S. Army SGT. Laura Ricardo on the occasion of her departure from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, during a Ceremony held at the Pentagon on Feb. 1, 1993. OSD Package No. A07D-00120 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Great River Road - Laura: A Creole Plantation

After successfully making it through the five-month quasi-military residential phase, Laura Higa has become a staff member of the Hawaii National Guard Youth Challenge Program. She also is currently attending college. She went from being a student at risk to being a program counselor. This federally funded program targets at-risk kids between 16 and 18 years old and tries to steer them away from trouble while they complete their high school requirements.(Published in AIRMAN Magazine May 1996 ) Exact Date Shot Unknown

US Marine Captain Marc McClelland, Public Affairs Officer for 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, speaks to a group of Russian marines and sailors through the assistance of Cryptologic Technician Laura Martin, a US Navy translator, while onboard a Landing Craft Unit (LCU) near Vladivostok, Russia, during Exercise COOPERATION FROM THE SEA '96. The exercise is a joint venture between US and Russian naval forces designed to improve disaster-relief operations and to further understanding between the two nations

US Navy SEAMAN (SN) Laura M. Calderon BLUE RIDGE CLASS AMPHIBIOUS COMMAND SHIP USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) considers where to visit next as she looks at a map of the Hong Kong Cultural Center. The BLUE RIDGE is on a four-day port visit to Hong Kong

First Lady Laura Bush at National Awards for Museum and Library Service

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Laura Cyree, Reserve Generation Band, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, performs at Keeslers Crotwell Theater

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Laura Soares, a Medical Technician assigned to the 43RD Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (AES), Pope Air Force Base (AFB), North Carolina, secures litter straps in a C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft from the 153rd Airlift Squadron (AS), Wyoming Air National Guard (ANG), Cheyenne, Wyoming, at Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait, in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH 1998

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Kelly LaCross (far right), who works at the education office library, helps USAF SENIOR AIRMAN Laura Chavez check out textbooks. It took USAF First Lieutenant Brian Freeman, a prior-enlisted troop (far left), six years to finish his education. "I sure could have used the financial help people get here when I was going to school," he said. This photograph is part of the November 1999 AIRMAN Magazine article "A Base Reborn"

US Navy Aviation Ordnanceman Laura Buffin performs maintenance on an ordnance suspension rack on board USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75). Truman and its battle group are participating in Exercise UNIFIED SPIRIT, a NATO led United Nations training exercise simulating peace keeping operations off the Atlantic coast

VIP's at funeral service for Coretta Scott King, New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, Lithonia, Georgia: President George W. Bush, First Lady Laura Bush, former President Bill Clinton, New York Senator and former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, former President George H.W. Bush, former President Jimmy Carter, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter

Mrs. Laura Bush Tours the Arzu and Bamiyan Women's Business Association in Bamiyan, Afghanistan

Mrs. Laura Bush Visits Ayenda Learning Center in Bamiyan, Afghanistan

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with Members of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with 2001 National Medal of Arts Recipient Johnny Cash

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush Portrait

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with 2001 National Medal of Arts Recipient Helen Frankenthaler

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with 2001 National Medal of Arts Recipient Kirk Douglas

Mrs. Laura Bush Greets Governor Habiba Sarabi

Mrs. Laura Bush Speaks with Faculty and Students in Afghanistan

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with 2001 National Medal of Humanities Recipient Jose Cisneros

Mrs. Laura Bush Walks through the Snow in the Rose Garden with Barney and Spot

US President George W. Bush shakes hands with the crowd as he thanks the airman of Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, for their service to their country. President and Mrs. Laura Bush landed at Langley on their way to the christening ceremony for the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia. Several hundred airmen and their families welcomed the President and First Lady to Virginia

US President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush arrive at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, on their way to the christening ceremony of the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia

US President George W. Bush greets the crowd at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. President and Mrs. Laura Bush landed at Langley on their way to the christening ceremony of the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia. Several hundred airmen and their families welcomed the President and First Lady to Virginia

Shot of President George W. Bush as he thanks the airman of Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, for their service to their country. President and Mrs. Laura Bush landed at Langley on their way to the christening ceremony of the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia

US President George W. Bush shakes hands as he thanks the airman of Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, for their service to their country. President and Mrs. Laura Bush landed at Langley on their way to the christening ceremony of the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia. Several hundred airmen and their families welcomed the President and First Lady to Virginia

The Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, Honor Guard hoist the colors up high as US President George W. Bush and the first lady, Mrs. Laura Bush, come down the steps of Air Force One

US President George W. Bush thanks the airman of Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, for their service to their country. President and Mrs. Laura Bush landed at Langley on their way to a christening ceremony for the USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76) (not shown) at Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia. Several hundred airmen and their families welcomed the President and First Lady to Virginia

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush Decorate the Oval Office

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush Decorate the Oval Office

Snior AIRMAN (SRA) Laura M. Puza, USAF, Chf from Minot Air Forc Bas, North Dakota, prpars to load hr Colt 5.56 mm M16A2 rifl during th Chf Marksmanship vnt at Vandnbrg Air Forc Bas. As part of th Chfs Comptition, SRA Puza, has to prpar mals for 50 popl, thn fir 30 rounds with th M16 from various positions and targts. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE, th world's prmir spac and missil comptition, is a four-day vnt hostd annually at Vandnbrg AFB, CA "to rcogniz th bst and dmonstrat th commands warfighting skills. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE crats comptition-tough crws; improvs radinss and combat capabilitis through prparation, innovation and sharing; nhancs...

STAFF Serget Porter L. Gee, USAF, (left), d SENIOR Airm Laura M. Puza, USAF, chefs from the 91st Space Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, discuss how to improve their shot pattern in preparation for the Chef Marksmship event at Vdenberg Air Force Base. As part of the Chefs Competition, the two chefs have to prepare meals for 50 people, then fire 30 rounds with the M16 from various positions d targets. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE, the world's premier space d missile competition, is a four-day event hosted nually at Vdenberg AFB, CA "to recognize the best d demonstrate the commds warfighting skills. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE creates competition-tough crews; improves readiness...

During GUARDIAN CHALLEGE, SENIOR AIRMAN Laura M. Puza, USAF, Chef from the 91st Space Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, adjust her sights on the Colt 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle as she prepares to compete in the Chef Marksmanship event at Vandenberg Air Force Base. As part of the Chefs Competition, SRA Puza, has to prepare meals for 50 people, then fire 30 rounds with the M16 from various positions and targets. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE, the world's premier space and missile competition, is a four-day event hosted annually at Vandenberg AFB, CA "to recognize the best and demonstrate the commands warfighting skills. GUARDIAN CHALLENGE creates competition-tough crews; improves readiness and...

First Lady Laura Bush speaks to soldiers and children at Pinckney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Mrs. Bush, a former teacher, visited the school in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, in which retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military. On the stage with Mrs. Bush are: Major General Raymond Barrett, USA, commander, Fort Jackson, Mrs. Barrett, and Dr. William Harner, former Fort Jackson Battalion commander now Superintendent of the Greenville...

Major General Raymond Barrett, USA, commander, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, addresses soldiers and children during the visit to Fort Jackson, by First Lady Laura Bush. Sitting with Mrs. Bush are Tyrell Brown (left), a Spring Valley High School junior and his teacher Franklin Davis (right) a retired Army Sergeant First Class. Mrs. Bush, a former teacher, visited the school in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, where retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military

At Fort Jackson, Warren T. Lee (Left), News Director, AFRTS (Armed Forces Radio and Television Services) News Center, and Sergeant First Class Kathleen T. Rhem, USA, (Center), American Forces Press Service writer, interview First Lady Laura Bush. Mrs. Bush addressed soldiers and children at Pinckney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, promoting the "Troops to Teachers" program. The program where retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military

First Lady Laura Bush speaks to soldiers and children at Pinckney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Mrs. Bush, a former teacher, visited the school in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, where retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military

In the background, Army trainees descend the rappelling wall as First Lady Laura Bush gives an interview to the local media, at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Mrs. Bush, a former teacher, visited the post in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, where retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military

Major General Raymond Barrett, USA, commander, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, addresses soldiers and children during the visit by First Lady Laura Bush. Laura Bush, a former teacher, visited the school in observance of National Teachers Day to promote the "Troops to Teachers" program, where retired service members transition from active duty to teachers. Mrs. Bush said retired service members make great role models and some of the best teachers because of the training they receive during their time in the military

After addressing the soldiers and children at Pinckney Elementary School, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, First Lady Laura Bush accepts a pencil drawn portrait by and from Spring Valley High School Junior Tyrell Brown (left). Mr. Brown spoke to the gathering about the difference his History teacher retired Army Sergeant First Class Franklin Davis (left) made in his life. Major General Raymond Barrett, (far-left) USA, commander, Fort Jackson joins in the applause

US Air Force AIRMAN First Class Laura Denis, 52nd Security Forces Squadron, inspects a vehicle before it enters the main gate during a Phase II Local Salty Nation exercise at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany

On her first European visit, the First Lady of the United States visited Aviano Air Base, Italy Friday to promote the Troops to Teachers program. Mrs. Laura Bush spoke to more than 500 people in Hangar One about the rewards of teaching America's children and the need for qualified teachers nationwide. Currently 4,000 former military members have become teachers through the Troops to Teachers Program. USAF PHOTO by TSgt Dave Ahlschwede

Mrs. Bush and to her immediate right, Dr. John Gantz, Director of Troops to Teachers program, and retired Air Force Colonel Joseph Gaskin, a teacher from Raleigh, NC, discuss the Troops to Teachers program with interested Aviano Air Base members. On her first European visit, the First Lady of the United States visited Aviano Air Base, Italy Friday to promote the Troops to Teachers program. Mrs. Laura Bush spoke to more than 500 people in Hangar One about the rewards of teaching America's children and the need for qualified teachers nationwide. Currently 4,000 former military members have become teachers through the Troops to Teachers Program

First Lady, Mrs. Laura Bush, with an F-15 Eagle as a background, is interviewed by Technical Sergeant Bobby Herron, Air Force Broadcasting Service, Aviano Air Base, Italy. On her first European visit, the First Lady of the United States visited the base to promote the Troops to Teachers program. Mrs. Laura Bush spoke to more than 500 people in Hangar One about the rewards of teaching America's children and the need for qualified teachers nationwide. Currently 4,000 former military members have become teachers through the Troops to Teachers Program

Mrs. Bush and to her immediate right, Dr. John Gantz, Director of Troops to Teachers program, and retired Air Force Colonel Joseph Gaskin, a teacher from Raleigh, NC, discuss the Troops to Teachers program with interested Aviano Air Base members. On her first European visit, the First Lady of the United States visited Aviano Air Base, Italy Friday to promote the Troops to Teachers program. Mrs. Laura Bush spoke to more than 500 people in Hangar One about the rewards of teaching America's children and the need for qualified teachers nationwide. Currently 4,000 former military members have become teachers through the Troops to Teachers Program

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush with Mexico's President Vicente Fox and Mrs. Martha Sahagun de Fox at State Dinner Arrival

President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush Greet Mexican President Vicente Fox and His Wife Martha Sahagun de Fox

Mrs. Laura Bush Lights Candles for Mexico State Dinner

President Bush, Laura Bush, Vicente Fox, and Marta Fox Watch Fireworks from the Truman Balcony

Mrs. Laura Bush with Children at the National Book Festival's Back to School Event

Mrs. Laura Bush Remarks at National Book Festival

911: Mrs. Laura Bush with Sen. Ted Kennedy and Sen. Judd Gregg

911: Mrs. Laura Bush at Memorial Service

911: Mrs. Laura Bush Remarks at Flight 93 Memorial Service

911: Mrs. Laura Bush at Memorial Service

911: Mrs. Laura Bush Delivers Remarks at Kennedy Center

911: Mrs. Laura W. Bush Visits New York City Firehouse

Mrs. Laura Bush Radio Address

Mrs. Vicki Cody, wife of US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Richard A. Cody, Commander, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), gives First Lady, Mrs. Laura Bush, tips on what is on the menu at the Aviation Dining Facility, as US President George W. Bush and MGEN Cody talk

US President George W. Bush and First Lady, Laura Bush wave to the crowd after arriving at Campbell Army Airfield, Fort Campbell, Kentucky (KY), aboard Air Force One

The First Lady Laura Bush and US President George W. Bush make their selections from the serving line for the Thanksgiving meal at the Aviation Dining Facility, while visiting US Army (USA) soldiers at Fort Campbell, Kentucky (KY). President Bush is followed by USA Major General (MGEN) Richard A. Cody, Commander, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)

Secretary of State Colin L. Powell and Mrs. Laura Bush (right) watch as the President addresses a full house in Hangar 3 at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. He spoke about the role of Elmendorf AFB and Alaska in Operation NOBLE EAGLE and the war against terrorism

General (GEN) Thomas A. Schwartz, USA, Commander in CHIEF United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command and Commander, United States Forces Korea, introduces the President of the United States during his visit to Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. First Lady Laura Bush sits to the left of the image