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Mother and Son

Herbert Hoover Playing with his Son Herbert Jr. in Australia

Lieut. Gen. Pertab Singh and son, British Indian Army

Ceremonies - Liberations - National Anthem Day - National Anthem Birthday Celebration, City Hall, N.Y. City. Miss Annie Fitzin, Opera Singer, singing the "Star Spangled Banner" from the steps of the City Hall to the immense crowd. It was the 104th anniversary of the writing of the son by Francis Key Scott

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.C., of St. Mathew's Church, asisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplain, officiated. Lieut. William Murray Black, Jr. and his bride

Airplanes - Types - Hazelhurst Field, Mineola, L.I. Capt. Hugo D'Annunzio, son of famous poet and aviator, watching the inspection of new Liberty Caproni CA-5 bombing plane before the demonstration flight

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. William Murray Black, Chief of Engineers, Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham Station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by the Rev. McVicker Haight, camp camplain, officiated. Photo shows the bridal couple coming through the arch of swords

Ceremonies and Parades - Parade for home-coming boys of 37th Division. After the parade of 134th and 135th Artillery, mother waits on son at Central Armory, Cleveland, Ohio

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Entertainments - School children's son festival for benefit Red Cross, Seattle, Wash

American Red Cross - In the Service of Interior - Christmas Boxes - Red Cross worker furnishes box for Christmas packages. Mother of soldier receiving container for Christmas package furnished by the American Red Cross in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is holding in her hand the printed label, mailed home by her son, which has to be attached to the package. Packages must not weigh over three pounds

American Library Association - European - Hospitals - British Western Front, Mother visits son in hospital

American Red Cross - I thru M - Howard Lines, only son of Dr. Ernest Lines, graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School, Head of Section 1 of American Ambulance Corps, who died while on duyt in France, 1917

American Red Cross - Canteens - The midnight canteen Red Cross headquarters at 52 Grosvenor Gardens, London. Every American soldier who comes finds a place to sleep in London and there are hundreds of them every night, is welcomed at Red Cross Headquarters, where he gets a fine meal at the canteen counter, and then is given a sleeping place in halls or offices of the big building. The men sleep in long rows on the the floors and tables. This was done for several nights during the period following the signing of the armistice, until other arrangements could be made for taking care of the big influx of American son leave in London

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is commandant of the Pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, assisted by Rev. McVicker Haight, camp chaplin, officiated. General view of the luncheon in progress

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - Colman, Alsace, celebrated their liberation from the German tyranny by son and prayer. This photo shows Alsacian girls assembled in the village square singing the Marseillaise

Boy's Activities - War Work - Jack Ainsleigh, Boy Scout, and son of Capt. Ainsleigh of the barge, Lansford, and his pet chicken, the only animal survivor of the torpedoed barge

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Miscellaneous Ceremonies - Plants memorial tree for sailor son. Mrs. Louis Boez planting a memorial tree for her son, Louis, a gunner, who lost his life on the Ticonderoga

Boy's Activities - Personnel - Newton D. Baker 3rd, 111 year old son of the Secretary of War, acting as messenger for his father in the War Dept. His father pays him for service rendered outside of school hours

Ceremonies - Liberations - Military Weddings - Military wedding at Pelham Bay Naval Training Station, Pelham, New York. The Pelham Bay Naval Training Camp had its first wedding when Grace Franklin, daughter of Commander and Mrs. William S. Frranklin, became the bride of Lieut. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., U.S.A., son of Major Gen. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Chief of Engineers. Miss Franklin's father is comandant of the pelham station. The Rev. Lea Luquer, D.D., of St. Mathew's Church, officiated. In the group are Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Black, Lieut. and Mrs. Wm. Murray Black, Jr., Commander and Mrs. Wm. S. Franklin

Airplanes - Types - Hazelhurst Field, Mineola, L.I. Capt. Hugo D'Annunzio, son of Gabrielle D'Annunzio, famous Italian aviator and poet, inspecting the new Liberty Caproni CA-5 before a demonstration

Ceremonies - Liberations - National Anthem Day - National Anthem Birthday Celebration, City Hall, N.Y. City. The National Anthem being sung by several thousands who gathered at the City Hall. The celebration was the 104th anniversary of the writing of the son by Francis Scott Key

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Captain Osborn Wood, of Company D of the Harvard University regiment, who taught the Harvard students the use of the rifle. Captain Wood is a son of General Leonard Wood, U.S.A

Demobilization - Arrivals Home - 27th Division back on Leviathan and Mauretania. This proud mother made a big banner with her son's name on it so he could see it when the ship passed the battery Park Sea Wall where his mother is anxiously waiting his return

Emma Oneroad and Son Beside Repaired Home

Grace Shepherd, Son, and Friend at Site of New Home

Grace Shepherd, Son, and Friend at Site of New Home

Father's and Son's Work

Father's and Son's Work

Indiana's Favorite Son

"GOOD HUNTING, SON,- YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN NOW!!!"

Return of the Prodigal Son

Photograph of Ailene Bennett Calahan with Her Son Gary at the Minford School Plantation

Photograph of Henry Mahr and His Son on the Stump of a Freshly Cut 250 Year Old Elm Tree

Photograph of Representative Gerald R. Ford with Mrs. Betty Ford and Son Michael at the Grand Rapids, Michigan Airport

Photograph of a Farmer and His Son Measuring Trees in Farm Woodland

Photograph of a Farmer and His Son Measuring Trees in Farm Woodland

Newsreel Scenes of Poland

Newsreel Scenes of Poland
Newsreel Scenes of Poland

Photograph of a Farmer and His Son Loading Logs

President Eisenhower with his Son John and his Family at the White House

Mrs. Eisenhower Celebrates her 60th Birthday with her Family at the White House, her Son John is Shown on the Left

Photograph of a Farm Forester Instructing a Farmer's Son in the Proper Method to Make Log Cuts with a Power Saw

Photograph of a Farm Forester Showing a Farmer and His Son How to Measure Log Cuts for Maximum Quality and Volume

Ken Mirk left pointing at model of the new cyclotron with Chris Atterling, son of visiting scientist Hugo Atterling of Sweden looking on, December 1960. Open House at Bldg. 88. Morgue 1960-102 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

President Kennedy and Son John F. Kennedy Jr. Return from the Toy Store

Photograph of Captain George S. Morrison and His Son James Looking Out from the Bridge of the USS Bon Homme Richard 

Photograph of Father and Son Bird Watching

Photograph of a Camper's Son Cleaning a Walleye Pike Caught in One of the Lakes in the Chippewa National Forest

Photograph of Ranger Watching a Father Teach His Son to Clean Fish

AS15-88-11985 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Craters Hilbert, Khvol'son, Meitner and Kondratyuk

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, left, congratulates Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis Gardiner L. Tucker after presenting him with the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal during a ceremony at the Pentagon. Tucker has served in his position since January 30, 1970. His wife and son stand by during the ceremony

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Former POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Wesley Duane Schierman (Captured 28 Aug 65) walks with his wife, son and daughter across the ramp after arriving from Clark Air Base. MAJ Schierman was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Former POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Wesley Duane Schierman (Captured 28 Aug 65) hugs his wife, as son and daughter waits, on his arrival. In background MGEN John Gonge, 22nd Air Force Commander and BGEN Ralph Saunders greet another returning ex-POW. MAJ Schierman was released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

C-9 Nightingale medical evacuation aircraft on the flight line at Tan Son Nhut Air Base. The aircraft will be used to fly the American prisoners of war released by the Viet Cong at Loc Ninh, South Vietnam to Clark Air Base in the Philippines

Viet Cong POWs sit on the ramp at Tan Son Nhut Air Base under the watchful eyes of South Vietnamese military police. The POWs will be airlifted to Loc Ninh, South Vietnam for the prisoner exchange between the United States/South Vietnam and North Vietnam/Viet Cong militaries

Overall view of Operation Homecoming debriefing held at Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) on Tan Son Nhut Airbase. The meeting is co-chaired by BGEN McMull and BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF, Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) both from U.S. Army

Former POW and U.S. Air Force MAJ Wesley Duane Schierman (Captured 28 Aug 65) hugs his wife, as son and daughter wait, on his arrival. In foreground fellow ex-POW, LCOL Richard Paul Keirn (Captured 24 Jul 65) walks away from the greeting party. Both MAJ Schierman and LCOL Keirn were released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

BGEN Stan McClellan, U.S. Army, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) and co-chair of the Operation Homecoming debriefing, in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) conference room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Overrall view as BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), U.S. Army, conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

Former POW and U.S. Air Force CPT Darrel Edwin Pyle, wife Karen, son and an escort look over the giant C-5 Galaxy aircraft on the flight line. CPT Pyle was captured on 13 Jun 66 and released by the North Vietnamese in Hanoi on 12 Feb 73

Overrall view as BGEN Stan McClellan, CHIEF of STAFF Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV), U.S. Army, conducts a press conference, to discuss the details of release of the prisoners of war, for members of the civilian press in a Military Assistance Command-Vietnam (MACV) briefing room at Tan Son Nhut Airbase

The Viet Cong delegation at the Four Party Joint Military conference. The conference held at Tan Son Nhut Airbase will finalize details on the release of prisoners of wars held by the four parties

Overall view of memebers of the Four Party Joint Military delegations in a conference room. The South Vietnamese delegation with backs to camera, the U.S. delegation on left, the Viet Cong delegation facing the camera and the North Vietnamese delegation on the right. The conference held at Tan Son Nhut Airbase will finalize details on the release of prisoners of wars held by the four parties

The North Vietnamese delegates attending the Four Joint Military conference. The conference held at Tan Son Nhut Airbase will finalize details on the release of prisoners of wars held by the four parties

The U.S. military delegates at the Four Party Joint Military conference. MGEN Woodward (center) heads the delegation. The conference held at Tan Son Nhut Airbase will finalize details on the release of prisoners of wars held by the four parties

U.S. Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker arrives at Tan Son Nhut Air Base in his automobile to observe the departure of Viet Cong POWs for Loc Ninh prisoner exchange between the United States/South Vietnam and North Vietnam/Viet Cong militaries

Viet Cong POWs sit on the ramp at Tan Son Nhut Air Base under the watchful eyes of South Vietnamese military police. The POWs were brought to the airbase in the 6X6 trucks in the background and will be airlifted to Loc Ninh, South Vietnam on the C-123 transport aircraft for the prisoner exchange between the United States/South Vietnam and North Vietnam/Viet Cong militaries

Ex-POW and U.S. Navy CPT Ernest Milvin Moore Jr., (Captured 11 Mar 67) gets a kiss and a gift from young Robert Ballentine, son of SSGT Michael G. Ballentine assigned to the 6922nd Security Squadron. Robert was one of the many well wishers who came say goodbye to CPT Moore prior to his departure for the United States. CPT Moore was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

Ex-POW and U.S. Navy CPT Ernest Milvin Moore Jr., (Captured 11 Mar 67) gets a gift from young Robert Ballentine, son of SSGT Michael G. Ballentine assigned to the 6922nd Security Squadron. He was one of the many well wishers who came to say goodbye to CPT Moore as he leaves for United States. CPT Moore was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

Ex-POW, U.S. Navy CPT Ernest Milvin Moore Jr., (Captured 11 Mar 67) gets a kiss and a gift from young Robert Ballentine, son of SSGT Michael G. Ballentine assigned to the 6922nd Security Squadron. Robert was one of the many well wishers who came to say goodbye to CPT Moore prior to his departure for the United States. CPT Moore was released in Hanoi by North Vietnam on 4 Mar 73

Country's Fuel Shortage Led to Problems for Motorists in Finding Gas as well as Paying Much More for It, and Resulted in Theft from Cars Left Unprotected, This Father and Son, Made a Sign Warning Thieves of the Possible Consequences

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Relaxing with His Son Steve and Steve's Guest Dee Dee Jarvis in the Aspen Lodge at Camp David

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and His Son Jack Ford Meeting with Former Beatle George Harrison, Harry Harrison, Billy Preston, Tommy Scott, and Ravi Shankar in the Oval Office

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Playing Golf with His Son Mike at Camp David 

Photograph of President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford, with Their Son Steve, upon the President's Return to the White House following the Assassination Attempt by Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme

ED MULARZ AND SON FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

ED MULARZ AND SON FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

ED MULARZ AND SON FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

ED MULARZ AND SON FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

ED MULARZ AND SON FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

Mrs. Dean L. Bruce is assisted by her husband and GYSGT A. K. Willford, dining facility manger, in cutting the ribbon to official open Bruce Hall. The building was named after their son, PFC Daniel D. Bruce. LGEN Joseph C. Fegan, commanding general, is looking on

COL T.M. D'Andrea, left, explains an aircraft to Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son, Noel, during their visit to the Marine Corps Air Museum at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Assistant Secretary of the Navy G.D. Penisten and his son sit in on a class on explosive devices given by MAJ J. Fasulo for the Navy midshipmen at Murphy's Demo Range, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Dennis P. Feeley, an orthopedic technician at Womack Army Hospital, uses a saw to cut a cast away from the wrist of Jason A. Speese, son of Captain Gordon Speese

Air Force SGT Mel Yarnel with his son Bryan, pick up a prescription from SPEC 5 Patrick G. Marshall, a pharmacy specialist, at the pharmacy dispensing window of the medical department activity (MEDDAC) health services complex

President Gerald R. Ford and His Son Steve Ford Meeting with Musician Peter Frampton and a Group of Steve's Friends in the Oval Office

First Lady Betty Ford Introduces Her Son Steve to a Crowd Gathered Outside a President Ford Committee Phone Bank in Downey, California

The Oval Office and Executive Office Building #421. President and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work. The Oval Office. Chip and Caron Carter proudly show off their new born son, James Earl Carter IV to the White House Staff; #30-32 Midge Costanza working in her office.

Miss Lillian paid a brief call on her son after her return trip from India

1-5 Ms. Roberta Karmel; 6-14 Jerry Rafshoon and Son

Chip and Caron Carter with their son James

Secretary Marshalls son in the Cabinet Room

President and Mrs. Carter, Merv Griffin and his son

Chip and Caron Carter with their son James; 3-9 Cabinet meeting

Stu Eizenstat son's class; Jimmy Carter-White House photo winners

Jimmy Carter - In Oval Office with David Rubenstein, Fr. 4-5; With Senator Leaky and son, Kevin , Fr. 6-8; With John Kingsley and wife, 9-16; 8-20; Marvin (Marty) Beaman - Director of Military Office, Fr. 21-26

The Oval Office and Executive Office Building #431. President and CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite talk to the nation on "Phone and Ask President Carter." CBS Technician at work. The Oval Office. #32-33 President Carter with his secretary Susan Clough and her son Doug.

Dave Robbins and son

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clifton and son visit White House

2-3 Breakfast with Vice President, Brzezinski and Vance; 4-11 Charles Howard and son, Dwight; 12-16 Janet Finch; 17-36 Governors Meeting on Energy

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