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Soldiers & Women in KC Clubroom

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Group of soldiers and young women sitting around two food tables in the Knights of Columbus club room at 15 East Wilson Street.
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Mrs. T.H. Soehle with Nazi Souvenirs

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Mrs. T.H. Soehle with various items from Germany which her son, Corporal Theodore Soehle, Jr., a military police officer in France, sent home.
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Marc Mitscher and Family Members

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Vice-Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, a Hillsboro native, in conversation with his mother, Mrs. Myrta Mitscher (left), and his wife, Frances Smalley Mitscher, aft...
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Hillsboro Welcomes Mitscher

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Vice-Admiral Marc A. Mitscher greets a young girl and her family at a parade held in his honor. It was the first time he had visited Hillsboro, his birth p...
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Mitscher in Parade

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Elevated view of Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher's car in a parade held in his honor. Hillsboro planned the celebration to commemorate the first time in ten yea...
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Mitscher Honored

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher, wearing his uniform, is being presented with a flag of the State of Wisconsin by an unidentified man, who is also wearing a uni...
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Man Driving Farmall M Tractor Cultivating Soybeans

Date: July 12 1945
Description: Front view of a man, Edwin Meyer, driving a Farmall M tractor in a field of soybeans. 440-acre farm owned by John Meyer.

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