Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
A string bound photo album featuring African American paratroopers stationed in Japan after the Korean War. There are 126 black and white/sepia-toned photographs, a few with captions, majority without. The photos depict the paratroopers engaged in training, camp activities, and leisure.
Photographs and photograph albums, circa 1950s-1980s, of Doris C. Baker, author and poet of Virginia Beach, Virginia. The photographs document her travels throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia and include images of scenery, people with whom she met, and people with whom she traveled. Baker was from Muskegon, Michigan and went to work teaching in Department of Defense schools in Europe in the 1950s.
One scrapbook bound in black pleather with a gold design of a woman and man on the front cover. Inside there are nine photographs, two are of Holloway, the rest are of her family and friends. Twenty-nine name cards are held in the back of the book, along with Holloway's last report card from George Wythe High School, and autographed messages from her classmates.
There is also a certificate of award for typewriting awarded to Brenda H. Baylor with the scrapbook.
Photograph album, circa 1950s, of John Dillinger. Primarily contains picture of Dillinger in the United States Army, with handwritten annotations by his unnamed brother. Includes pictures from the United States as well as pictures from what seems to be Korea.
The House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States Photographed from Life during the Triennial Convention
Bound photograph album of the attendees at The House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States Triennial Convention. Includes a carte des visite photograph of each Bishop with a printed biography on the facing page. Made from heavy paper stock, with gilt edged paper showing impressions of lambs and doves. Tooled leather binding. Photographed by J. Gurney and Sons and published by T. Porter Shaw of New York. 49 pp.
Photograph album, circa 1940s, of Paul Presnell and Alice Arikawa, a married couple. Presnell is a former member of the United States military. Photograph album primarily concerns a trip to Silver Spring, Florida, taken by the couple, but also includes pictures of a parade and of what seems to be the couple's child.
Photograph album of the Trosvig family of Lightfoot, Va. from circa 1930s-1940s. Some of the photographs are dated and identified. The images feature various family members, including John Trosvig and his daughters, Milla, Ida, Clara and Alma, as well as their home, which still stands in Lightfoot.
Collection contains newsletters from the Vintage Ladies of Williamsburg as well as two scrapbooks containing photographs and ephemera.
The collection consists of a photo album filled with photographs and newspaper clippings associated with a visit to Fort Monroe by the Roanoke medical detachment of the 246th Coast Artillery of the Virginia National Guard. Few of the photographs are labeled with more than a date, and some depict travels beyond Fort Monroe. The album also contains signatures, addresses, and thoughts of friends of the owner of the album.
This album contains eleven silver gelatin prints of the train's interior plus one RPPC depicting a machine gun unit. The images of the hospital train interiors include unidentified soldiers and medical staff.