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Robert Doyle and Captain Money



Robert Doyle and Captain Money
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Title: Robert Doyle and Captain Money
Description: Robert Doyle and Australian Captain William (Bill) A. Money, chat on Goodenough Island, in the Solomon Sea, New Guinea (present day Papua New Guinea). In the background are two soldiers, a jeep and a building. Mountains are in the far background. Robert Doyle notes that Captain Money was from Salamaua, New Guinea, a Japanese-held town in that was retaken by Australian and United States forces.

Image ID: 99826
Creation
Date:
November 5, 1943 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
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: Mountains
Soldiers
Hats
Shoes
Trucks
Military uniforms
Transportation, Military
World War, 1939-1945
Men
Outdoor photography
Portrait photography
Military camps
Reporters and reporting
Buildings
 

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