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"Coconut Grove" - H.Q. American Army. Near Moresby. N.G. '43
A 61 year old Chamorro woman on Saipan looks over some of the photographs being displayed by T/Sgt. Don Brown [See "more images" below for complete caption]
S/Sgt. R.E. Olund, U.S. Marine Corps
A liberation day dance give by Guamanians for members of the armed forces [See "more images" below for complete caption]
A Marine walks his guard post on the beach. Instead of the bowing, the nativves all now salute the Marines with a t ypical "G.I. flash." [See "more images" below for complete caption]
S/Sgt. W.C. Fitch
A native of a South Pacific island adopts the G.I.'s most popular mode of travel, hitch-hiking. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
McElroy (U.S. Marine Corps)
A ROSARY FOR EACH: Even as their ancestors treasured the amulets about their necks, the natives eagerly accept rosaries brought them by Father Weehan.
A ventriloquist and his two charges entertain Marshall Islanders as part of a visit by Marine entertainers.
After the Americans recaptured the island, a Pharmacists Mate treats the infected hand of a young Chamorro girl in a Navy dispensary constructed of local material
Alex Kwaisufu, a private in the Solomon Islands Labour Corps, observes Lt. Schuman of New York filling out an absentee voting ballot. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
U.S. Army Signal Corps
Along with photographs, servicemen also represented thier image of Islanders in paintings and drawings. [See "more images" below for complete caption]
Lieutenant W.J. Fischer
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