Posts from the ‘Haight Family’ Category
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?
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.
Indentified Civil War soldiers will be added to the website First New York Dragoons
More unidentified Civil War soldiers to be added to this page soon.
You may find identified Civil War and other military photos at the First NewYork Dragoons
This photo was taken at Rockaway Beach, Oregon in 1922-1923. These people look totally different from the other Haights in the album. I do believe they are part of the family. Other family sir names are Beeman, Crane, Carpenter, Fowler and Snow. North Eastern American Indian is mixed in with some if not all of these people as some of them are Mayflower Descendants.