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Winner, C F - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Winner, Chance - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Crazy Bull Dam, North of Winner, SD

Winner, W M - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, M W - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, Way - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, U - Z - Louisiana

Winner, Samuel W - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - Mississippi Second Infantry, A, Wh-Y AND Second Mississippi Infantry (Army of 10,000)

Winner, [Blank] - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Wood's Regiment, Confederate Cavalry, Sm-Z - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Our Needs--Prize Winner

The Winner

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Sergeant Reider Waller, 105th Machine Gun Battalion, winner of Congressional Medal of Honor and British Distinguished Service Medal, cutting the silken ropes in front of Arch of Victory to permit the passage of parade

Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts - Canton, Ill., war activities. Jessie Gilmore, winner of 1st prize in patriotic parade

Decorations - Presentations - DSM and CM of Honor - D.S.C. Winner of 111th Machine Gun Battalion. Sergeant William D'Nichol of Jersey city returned with his company today. He won the D.S.C. while in France

The Winner

Ready to Challenge the Winner

[Liliane Veder, Young French Architect, "Mme Rene Coty" Scholarship Winner]

Nobel Prize winner Ernest Orlando Lawrence toasting his parents on the occasion of their anniversary. From left: his mother, Gunda Lawrence; his father, Carl Lawrence; and his brother, John Lawrence taken August 25, 1950. Morgue 1958-8 (P-31) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at blackboard during Press Conference, taken November 6, 1961. Morgue 1961-22 (P-14) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at Press Conference taken November 6, 1961. Morgue 1961-22 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at Press Conference taken November 6, 1961. Morgue 1961-22 (P-17) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at Press Conference, taken November 6, 1961. Morgue 1961-22 (P-15) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at reception, taken November 9, 1961. Morgue 1961-23 (P-3) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at reception with Edwin McMillan, taken November 9, 1961. Morgue 1961-23 (P-7) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Dr. Melvyn Calvin Nobel Prize winner at reception with Edwin McMillan, taken November 9, 1961. Morgue 1961-23 (P-5) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

PORTRAIT OF DR. DRAKE DEMING WINNER OF 2007 LINDSAY AWARD.

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

Photograph of Ceremonies at the Presentation of a National Archives Certificate of Appreciation to Charles Kohen of Washington for His Donation of Two Letters from John Rush, Winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor

EXPLORER AWARD WINNER NANCY GRULKE WITH MR BARNETT

2-13 Stu Eizenstat meets with Girls Nation Representative Winner; 17-32 Bunny Mitchell meets with Minority Businessmen Representative in Roosevelt Room

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, demonstrates his skills as a dog handler to a group of children from a summer camp

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, and his K-9 partner, Briggs, watch the sun set while on sentry duty in the weapons storage area

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, poses with Briggs, his K-9 partner

SENIOR AIRMAN Kevin Day, acting as an aggressor, intentionally provokes another handler's dog during an exercise to test the animal's obedience. SENIOR AIRMAN Day is the winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award

SRA Kevin Day, winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award, answers questions from a group of children during a demonstration of K-9 dog handling

SRA Kevin Day, wearing a padded arm protector, is attacked by another handler's dog during a workout on the K-9 obedience training course. SRA Day is the winner of the Outstanding AIRMAN of the Year award

NASA MENS GOLF ASSOCIATION TROPHY WINNER

NASA MENS GOLF ASSOCIATION TROPHY WINNER

SFC Benigno Pineda, winner of the outstanding soldier in the Philippines, poses with his trophy. With him is BGEN James Foss. The award took place at the annual USO SIx-Star Salute at the U.S. Embassy

General (GEN) Robert T. March presents a memorial plaque to retired GEN James H. Howard, a World War II air mission Medal of Honor winner, during a reunion banquet held in honor of a US Air Force Medal of Honor recipients

1LT Vinko C. Fatovic, executive officer for the 351st Organizational Missile Maintenance Squadron, prepares a meal for his family. Fatovic, winner of a Freedom Foundation essay contest, is a naturalized American citizen who lived in Yugoslavia until he as 25 years old

Cadet 1ST Captain William Rapp presents a saber to Thayer Award winner US Air Force retired Lieutenant General James Doolittle during a ceremony at the US Military Academy

The flags of the winner's countries are raised following medal presentations at the Olympic Shooting Range during Inaugural Competition. The international competition is serving as a test of the facility prior to the 1984 Olympic Games

Army SPECIALIST Fourth Class Aristedes Gonzalez, right, representing Puerto Rico, is declared the winner of the boxing match with Paulo Tuvale of Western Samoa during the 1984 Summer Olympics

Second Lieutenant (2LT) Alonzo C. Babers, winner of the 400-meter run in the men's track and field competition during the 1984 Summer Olympics, walks around the track holding the US flag

MASTER Sergeant Burl Branham, right, US Army (Ret.) from Fort Benning, Georgia, coaches the shotgun team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics. Standing with him is STAFF Sergeant Daniel Carlisle, a bronze medal winner in the trap shooting event

MASTER Sergeant Burl Branham, right, US Army (Ret.) from Fort Benning, Georgia, coaches the shotgun team competing at the 1984 Summer Olympics. Standing with him is STAFF Sergeant Matthew Dryke, a gold medal winner in the skeet shooting event

Second Lieutenant (2LT) Alonzo C. Babers, winner of the 400-meter run in the men's track and field competition during the 1984 Summer Olympics, center, along with other competitors and officials, salutes the flag

Marine Corps Sergeant Greg Gibson from Quantico, Virginia, is declared the winner over a West Germany opponent in a Greco-Roman wrestling match at the 1984 Summer Olympics. He won a silver medal for his performance in the 90-100 kilogram weight class

The scoreboard showing Air Force 2nd Lieutenant Alonzo Babers as the winner in the 3rd heat of the 400 meter track event at the 1984 Summer Olympics. 2LT Babers is assigned to the US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Army SGT Curtis Young stands with Medal of Honor winner Robert E. O'Malley at a city festival. Young and O'Malley both served in Co. I, 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, in Vietnam, where O'Malley earned his Medal of Honor in 1965 while leading a squad near An Cu'ong 2

Major (MAJ) Edwin B. Jelks, team chief, 94th Tactical Airlift Wing, accepts the trophy for the overall winner of the VOLANT RODEO '85 multinational tactical airlift competition

The General (GEN) William G. Moore Jr. trophy for excellence in combat airlift operations will be awarded to the winner of the VOLANT RODEO '84 tactical airdrop competition

The General (GEN) William G. Moore Jr. trophy for excellence in combat airlift operations will be awarded to the winner of the VOLANT RODEO '84 tactical airdrop competition

LT. GEN. David M. Twomey, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Educational Center, Quantico, Va., right, and GEN. John K. Davis, assistant commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, left, cheer first place winner CMDR. Thomas Bernard, U.S. Coast Guard, across the finish line during the Tenth Annual Marine Corps Marathon

SPEC. 4 George Haas, left, SPEC. 4 Ken Blasi, center, and the third member of the U.S. trap shooting team wave from the winner's platform after being awarded gold medals for their efforts in the 10th Annual Pan American Games. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Army CPT Glenn Dubis stands on the winner's platform between two other members of the U.S. men's small bore rifle team after he was awarded gold medals in both the individual and team categories at the 10th Annual Pan American Games. Exact Date Shot Unkno

Captain (CPT) Joseph Hedrick of the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, winner of overall Top Gun honors in the Long Rifle III competition, conducts a preflight check on his F-16 aircraft. The semi-annual air-to-ground gunnery competition tests tactical air crews'abilities to plan and execute long-range missions, execute attacks on first-look targets and accurately deliver ordnance

Captain (CPT) Joseph Hedrick of the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, winner of overall Top Gun honors in the Long Rifle III competition, conducts a preflight check on his F-16 aircraft. The semi-annual air-to-ground gunnery competition tests tactical air crews'abilities to plan and execute long-range missions, execute attacks on first-look targets and accurately deliver ordnance

Captain (CPT) Joseph Hedrick of the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, winner of overall Top Gun honors in the Long Rifle III competition, conducts a preflight check on his F-16 aircraft. The semi-annual air-to-ground gunnery competition tests tactical air crews'abilities to plan and execute long-range missions, execute attacks on first-look targets and accurately deliver ordnance

Jeff Scruffins raises his arms in victory as he nears the finish line to become the winner of the 1987 Marine Corps Marathon. The Commandant of the Marine Corps, GEN Alfred M. Gray, left, and LGEN Frank E. Petersen, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Command (MCDEC), hold the tape across the finish line

Jeff Scruffins, winner of the 1987 Marine Corps Marathon, accepts the Middendorf Trophy and the overall winner's trophy from former Secretary of the Navy J. William Middendorf II following the race

Mary Robertson, winner of the women's division of the 1987 Marine Corps Marathon, is interviewed by Angela Robinson, right, and another reporter from WTTG, a Washington, D.C., television station

Vincent Rousseau of Belgium, winner of the men's 12 kilometer race, is congradulated after receiving his gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Guiseppe Miccoli of Italy, winner of the men's five kilometer race, receives his gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Guiseppe Miccoli of Italy, winner of the men's five kilometer race, is interviewed by the press during the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

Fatima Maama of Morocco, winner of the women's five kilometer race, receives her gold medal during the closing ceremony of the 1988 Conseil International Du Sport Militaire's Cross Country Championship (CISM)

MASTER SGT. Erich Buljung, U.S. Army, left, stands on the winner's platform with the other medalists in the 10-meter air pistol competition. Buljung won a silver medal in the event, scoring 687.9 out of a possible 700 points

Representatives of the 5th Bombardment Wing from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota (ND), cheer as they are awarded the Fairchild Trophy as the overall winner of the Strategic Air Command (SAC) bombing and navigation competition Proud Shield 88. Presenti

Beth Whitman, winner of the Family Magazine "Money Coupon Contest," smiles as she prepares to leave the Pensacola Regional Commissary Store with over $1,500 worth of groceries. Mrs. Whitman, wife of Machinist's Mate PETTY Officer First Class Michael Whitman, won $1,050 by using 1,376 coupons to purchase the groceries

A cashier adds up the grocery bill for Beth Whitman, winner of the Family Magazine "Money Coupon Contest." Mrs. Whitman, wife of Machinist's Mate PETTY Officer First Class Michael Whitman, won $1,050 in the contest by using 1,376 coupons to purchase over $1,500 worth of groceries at the Pensacola Regional Commissary Store

CAPT. D.S. Bill III, commanding officer of the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB-64), raises the winner's arm after a boxing match. The match is part of the ship's holiday sports festival, which drew participants from the WISCONSIN and several other ships on station in the area for Operation Desert Shield

Captain D. S. Bill, Commanding Officer of the battleship USS WISCONSIN (BB 64), congratulates the winner of a match during a wrestling competition. The competition is part of the ship's holiday sports festival, which drew participants from the WISCONSIN and several other ships on station in the area of Operation DESERT SHIELD

Medal of Honor winner CAPT Donald K. Ross, USN (ret.), who was engineering officer aboard the USS NEVADA (BB-36) on the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and CAPT Joseph K. Taussig Jr., USN (ret.), who was awarded the Navy Cross for heroism, reminisce during Survivor's Day ceremonies. The event honors the sailors and Marines of the battleships that were sunk or damaged in the Dec. 7, 1941, bombing

A Pakistani soldier, Ulfhat, the overall male winner of the Independence Day 5K Fun Run at Camp Pleso is celebrated by his fellow troops as he is carried home on their shoulders

Washington Heritage Trail - The Winner of the Apple Butter Festival Beard Contest in Berkeley Springs

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: I'm Glad to See You Category: Feature Place: Second Place Brief Description: A black and a white soldier show their well developed muscles as they engage each other in a friendly but competitive stance and shout. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Youth in Bosnia Category: Combat Camera Place: Honorable Mention Brief Description: A Bosnian youth, smoking a cigarette, is framed by the window frame of the vehicle as he looks in at the driver. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Bloody Fields Category: Portfolio Brief Description: A panel of five pictures depicting the remnants of war deaths. (black & white ) Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Tennis Tantrum Category: Sports Place: Honorable Mention Brief Description: A tennis player, racquet in hand, watches the ball as it is about to strike him in the middle of the chest. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Mass Oppression Category: News Place: First Place Brief Description: Two men with weary faces are part of a group protest. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: How to Get Your Spurs Category: Portfolio Brief Description: A panel of six images of war including a boot and spur. (black & white ) Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Punch Categories: Sports; Portfolio Place: First Place in Sports Brief Description: A boxer crouches in anticipation behind his gloves. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Window Lit Aircrew Candidates Category: Portrait/Personality Place: Honorable Mention Brief Description: Four crew members pose in front of the showers wearing their life vests. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Untitled Category: Combat Camera Place: Second Place Brief Description: A small boat speeds across the water with about six armed soldiers on board. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1996 Title: Wait Category: Portrait/Personality Place: Third Place Brief Description: An old man smokes a cigarette as he waits beside a window. Exact Date Shot Unknown

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