These pictures were found in Florence Oregon. I’m guessing they are from World War II.
Stamped on the back is, ‘Red Cross 906 Fallon, Oakland 7, Cal. A second stamp reads, ‘Commercial Studios Photographers Oct 21 1952 1116 Franklin St. GL. 1-9717 Oakland California.
World War One 1914 – 1918
Navy Pilots 1923
Don’t remember where I got this photo or how I got the date. Can anyone shed some light on this photo?
With genealogy being popular these days, many people have traced their ancestry back into the early 1800’s. Below are American Civil War Patriots that you may be able to identify. Please take a look and help us put a name to these fine people.
The Liljenquist Collection of Unidentified Soldiers
Library of Congress
Unidentified soldier in Union cavalry uniform, on horse, with cavalry saber, in front of encampment with winter chimneys
Unidentified soldier of the 11th Indiana Infantry Regiment in zouave uniform with bayonted musket. Between 1862 & 1865
Unidentified soldier in Union Veteran Reserve Corps uniform.
Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with Company F hat and upside dwon U.S. belt buckle, armed with Colt revolver and cavalry sword.
Unidentified soldier in Union Uuniform with musket and saber bayonet.
Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with wife and daughters holding saxhorn.
Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat holding company G. 12th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment forage cap next to unidentified woman in front of an American flag.
Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with Co. F Massachusetts militia shako.
Two unidentified soldiers, probably brothers in Union corporal’s and private’s uniforms with rifle muskets and revolvers.
Unidentified young vivandiere in Union uniform with barrel canteen and cup.
Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with two women.
Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with three unidentified women in bonnets and one unidentified man.