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Two Officers at Steeple Morden



Two Officers at Steeple Morden
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Title: Two Officers at Steeple Morden
Description: Captain Donald Nicholson of Minneapolis, Minnesota and Major Daniel M. Lewis of Ladysmith, Wisconsin, pose at Royal Air Force station Steeple Morden, located 3.5 miles west of Royston, Hertfordshire, England. They are standing in front of a double wooden door to a metal Quonset hut.

Image ID: 100215
Creation
Date:
May 20, 1944 
Creator
Name:
Doyle, Robert
Collection
Name:
Doyle, Robert. Papers : 1935-1974, 1995
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Robert Doyle was a civilian war correspondent for the Milwaukee Journal during World War II, covering the experiences of Wisconsin troops in the 32nd "Red Arrow" Division, an infantry division of the United States Army National Guard. The "Red Arrow" Division consisted mainly of soldiers from Wisconsin and Michigan.
Subjects: Buildings
Hats
Armed Forces
Military uniforms
World War, 1939-1945
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Clothing and dress
Officers
Doors
Moustache
Air bases
 

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