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Photograph of Private William Bonneville Wrapped in a Blanket after an Exhausting Struggle with the Chill Currents of the English Channel

Photograph of Private William Bonneville Wrapped in a Blanket after an...

Original caption: One of More Than 1,100 Rescued by Coast Guard in English Channel- Private William Bonneville, U.S. Army, of Chester, PA, shivering with cold after an exhausting struggle with the chill current... more

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen Moving into Bonneville, France

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen Moving into Bonneville, France

Original caption: Bonneville, France. Tanks and Infantrymen move into Bonneville in their drive into the interior of the country. 110th Regiment, 28th Infantry Division. 8/23/44. Photographs of American Militar... more

Historic Columbia River Highway - Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River in Oregon

Historic Columbia River Highway - Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The Bonneville Dam can be seen from the Historic Columbia River Highway in Oregon. The dam provides the region with electrical power and... more

Emmitsburg, Md., September 17, 2013 -- Bonneville Power Administration of Portland, Ore., is one of the 27 communities participating in the monthly series of Virtual Table Top Exercises (VTTX) focusing on an earthquake scenario.  The September 17, 2013, VTTX set conditions for local communities to begin thinking about preparing for such an event

Emmitsburg, Md., September 17, 2013 -- Bonneville Power Administration...

The original finding aid described this as: Date Taken: 2013-09-17 00:00:00 UTC Photographer Name: Nick Smallwood Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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