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1943 WWII VJ-6 Photos – Incl. Arrival feat. Commodore Bond & Navy LieutenantsGo Back
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1943 WWII VJ-6 Photos – (2) From Traverse City Incl. Arrival feat. Commodore Bond & Navy Lieutenants
Presented are some items from the distinguished estate of U.S. Navy Commodore Oscar Smith, Jr.
“Oscar Smith was a officer and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (1908) who rose to the rank commodore during WWII and in 1944 became the head of the Guided Missiles Committee convened to explore every possible guided-missile and drone project. He was also a recipient of the Legion of Merit medal.”
There are two photo displays in this lot. They are both dated to 1943 on the cardstock portion. Cardstock portion shows some aging (see photo). Each measures 8-3/4″ x 13-3/4″ with black and white photos (affixed) – photos themselves measure 7-3/4″ x 9-1/2″ . It includes: 23 JAN 1943 VJ-6 LT. P.S. Wells; LT. Harvey; LT. F.S. Wallace; LT. COM. JONES – and 26 APR 1943 – ARRIVAL OF COMD. BOND and LT. CMDR. Smith at T.C.
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 2 in|