Guide to the Doyle Rees photograph collection
1941-1945

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Title: Doyle Rees photograph collection
Dates: 1941-1945 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 2 boxes (.75 linear feet)
Collection Number: USU_P0408
Summary: The 209 photographs in the Doyle Rees photograph collection depict various battles from the Pacific Ocean campaign during World War II. These battles include those on Kwajalein Island, Saipan, Guam, Tinian, Tarawa Atoll, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the Battle of Midway. The majority of the photos were taken by the Army Pictoral Service and include a brief synopsis of the photo on the back.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Photograph Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Material in English 

Biographical Note

Doyle Rees was born in Benson, Utah on September 9, 1908 to Jesse T. and Florence Tarbet Rees. Rees graduated from Utah Agricultural College where he played on the football team earning the nickname, "High-Power." He later attended the George Washington University Law School for three years before entering the military at the outbreak of World War II and was stationed in Hawaii. After being promoted to colonel in the U.S. Air Force, Rees became part of the Office of Special Investigations. He was soon involved in the the "green fireball" investigations in New Mexico. This involved sightings of bright green meteor-like objects shooting across the sky. In 1963, Rees retired from the Air Force, but continuted to work from his home in Logan as a special investigator for the CIA until his death on December 29, 2007, in Logan, Utah.

Content Description

The 209 photographs in the Doyle Rees photograph collection depict various battles from the Pacific Ocean campaign during World War II. These battles include those on Kwajalein Island, Saipan, Guam, Tinian, Tarawa Atoll, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the Battle of Midway. The majority of the photos were taken by the Army Pictoral Service and include a brief synopsis of the photo on the back.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

No restrictions on use, except: not available through interlibrary loan.

Restrictions on Use :  

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Doyle Rees photograph collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

Initial Citation: USU_P0408; Doyle Rees photograph collection; Photograph Collections Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_P0408, USUSCA.

Administrative Information

Processing Note :  

Processed in March of 2012

Acquisition Information :  

Donated by Doyle Rees in 2000

Bibliography :  

Detailed Description of the Collection

Battle of Kwajalein Island, 1944
Container(s)
Description
Dates
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1
Box
Folder
1 1 1-01-01: "Assault boats and Alligators come in to beach at low tide. They are bringing in men and equipment of the 7th Division, Kwajalein Atoll, Enubuj Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-02: "American Cemetery on one of the smaller islands that was untouched by the battle. The cemetery had its dedication after the battle by men from all branches of the Division and others from the Navy and the Marine Corps. Kwajalein Island"
1 1 1-01-03: "Supplies, troops and equipment move in a long line toward the front to reinforce other troops of the U.S. Army, 7th Division, in its attack on the Japs at Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-04: "All that remains of a Jap munitions dump after aerial and naval bombardment. 7th Division, U.S. Army. Kwajalein" 1944
1 1 1-01-05: "One of the two 5" Naval Dual Purpose Guns that was knocked out by aerial bombing. 7th Division attack upon Kwajalein Atoll, Enubuj Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-06: "Men of the 7th Division using flame throwers to smoke Japs out of the blockhouse on Kwajalein Island, while others wait with rifles ready in case Japs come out" 1944
1 1 1-01-07: "Radio tower still standing on Enubuj Island, Kwajalein Atoll, 7th Division. First day, Enubuj Village" 1944
1 1 1-01-08: "Korean laborer prisoners point out dispositon of Jap troops on Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-09: "Men of the Mortar Section moving up to the front lines. The men used their instrument on targets 100 yards away with extreme effectiveness. 7th Division, U.S. Army, Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-10: "L-R. Commander Turner, USN; General Charles H. Corlett, Comdg. Gen. of the 7th Division and Maj. General Holland M. Smith, USMC. They are attending the serviecs for the men who fell in the attak against the various islands in the Marshall Group. Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-11: "Maj. General Corlett examining maps at forward CP during Battle for Kwajalein Island, 7th Division, U.S. Army" 1944
1 1 1-01-12: "LST nosing up on shore D-Day bringing men and equipment of the 7th Divison. Carlson Island, Kwajalein Atoll" 1944
1 1 1-01-13: "Kwajalein Island. Men and material line the road. Leafless palms testify to the intensity of the battle" 1944
1 1 1-01-14: "Kwajalein Island. Tanks of the 7th Division rumble over the Atoll" 1944
1 1 1-01-15: "Men of the 7th Dvision during fighting of Kwajalein, enjoy a can of "C" Ration alongside Japs just killed" 1944
1 1 1-01-16: "Troops of the 7th Division are wary of every move and sound in the debris during the fighting for Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-17: "Kwajalein Island. Jap gun emplacement" 1944
1 1 1-01-18: "'Old Glory' waves over formerly Jap held territory. Kwajalein Island, 7th Divison, U.S. Army" 1944
1 1 1-01-19: "Jeep being pulled from ship to shore by a "cat" 7th Division, U.S. Army. Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-20: "American cemetery on one of the smaller islands that was untouched by the battle. The cemetery had its dedication after the battle by men from all branches of the division and others from the Navy and the Marine Corps. Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 1 1-01-21: "Jap pillbox and debris left on the island after the troops had passed through on their mop up job. Nothing was left standing. 7th Division, U.S. Army. Kwajalein Island." 1944
1 1 1-01-22: "Lt. G. Roth, Signal Corps Photographer, examining a shell gun position. 7th Division, U.S. Army, Kwajalein Island" 1944
1 2 1-01-23: "Men of the 184th Inf. fire mortars on the Japs. Kwajalein Island." 1944

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Battle of Saipan, 1944
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 2 1-02-01: "Saipan. A column of U.S. Army reinforcements move across coral reef after dismbarking from LST's in background" 1944
1 2 1-02-02: "Saipan. A typical Chimorro man in the civilian internment camp" 1944
1 2 1-02-03: "Saipan. In the distance are U.S. artillery hits on Jap positions on Mt. Tapochau" 1944
1 2 1-02-04: "Corporal Angus Robertson, a Marine Corps Combat Photographer, took this dramatic picture of a Leatherneck falling (foreground), after being struck by red hot shrapnel from an exploding Jap mortar shell. Concussion from the exploding shell jarred Robertson as he snapped the photo. The Marines, of the Second Division, were pushing the retreating Japs across Saipan" 1944
1 2 1-02-05: "Dead Japs of counter attack of July 6, 1944" 1944
1 2 1-02-06: "After Saipan Island was secured, Marines found the body of Lt. Gen. Yoshige Saito, of the Imperial Japanese Army, in a cave above Tanapag, on the northern end of the Island. He is believed to have ordered the last "Banzai" charge by the Japs on July 7. Circumstances indicated that high ranking officer made an unsuccesssful attempt to commit hari kiri with a knife and had to have an aide finish the task. General Saito was given a funeral with full military honors in accordance with the Geneva Convention Code" 1944
1 2 1-02-07: "Target Tinian. An American long tom 155MM rifle, belches its lethal projetile toward the Jap held Island of Tinian from American occupied Saipan" 1944
1 2 1-02-08: "Marines examine a Jap Zero found behind a revetment on Aslito Airfield. The plane was shot up by strafing planes and never took the air in defense of Saipan. The airfield was renamed Isely Field in honor of Commander Robert H. Isely, Commander of Navy Torpedo Squadron 16, who was shot down by Jap anit-aircraft fire during a bombing attack on the field" 1944
1 2 1-02-09: "U.S. Marine kneels above the body of his buddie killed during the invasion of the Island of Saipan" 1944
1 2 1-02-10: "Men of the 27th Army Division gather together for the dedication of the Division's Cemetery/Saipan" 1944
1 2 1-02-11: "Saipan. Aerial view of Garapan, largest Jap city on the island, showing wreckage left by bombing and naval fire. Garapan is being referred to as the "Cassino of the Pacific" because of the heavy street fighting with occured there" 1944
1 2 1-02-12: "Saipan. Chimorro Natives haul supplies in an oxcart" 1944
1 2 1-02-13: "Children run to see some of the tanks going by the civilian Japanese interment camp. Saipan" 1944
1 2 1-02-14: "Saipan. Nurse Birdie B. Diagle, of Opeloasas, LA shown caring for a few of the many unclaimed children. Japanese girl helps around the internment hospital" 1944
1 2 1-02-15: "Blood Plasma administering" 1944
1 2 1-02-16: "A chaplain read burial service for Marines who died on Saipan and were buried at sea from a troop transport. Buddies of the dead Leathernecks acted as pall-bearers" 1944
1 2 1-02-17: "Marines mopping up. Mortar and Machine Gun crews in Tanapag Harbor" 1944
1 2 1-02-18: "Saipan. Port and Services operations. View showing narrow unrepaired section of sugar mill pier" 1944
1 2 1-02-19: "In the distance are ships of a U.S. Task Force" 1944
1 2 1-02-20: "In a Shrine Garden, two Marines (background), walk through the garden of a Japanese shrine on Saipan, in search of snipers. Two Jap machine gunners lie beside their silenced machine gun (foreground). The shrine was in the rear of the alcohol plant, one of the first targets blasted by Naval batteries" 1944
1 2 1-02-21: "Marine reinforcements move up toward the Saipan front lines along a road being widened by a bulldozer to accommodate the heavy equipment which will follow the Leathernecks. Village stores line the left side of the road" 1944
1 2 1-02-22: "Air-craft bursts fill the evening sky over Saipan as vessels in the US Navy task force covering the landing on that island repulse a Jap air attack. Between the signal lanyards of this Coast Guard-manned attack transport another transport and supporting craft are silhouetted" 1944
1 2 1-02-23: "Japanese bomber explodes from a hit from Pacific Fleet aircraft carrier during a raid by the Japs on the task force which attacked enemy bases in the Marianas 22 February 1944" 1944
1 2 1-02-24: "Saipan. Jap civilian prisoners taken at Magicienne Bay." 1944
1 2 1-02-25: "Marines at religious services during fierce fighting" 1944
1 3 1-03-01: Troops 1944
1 3 1-03-02: Troops on the beach 1944
1 3 1-03-03: "Heavy machine gun emplacement" 1944
1 3 1-03-04: 1944
1 3 1-03-05: 1944
1 3 1-03-06: 1944
1 3 1-03-07: 1944
1 3 1-03-08: 1944
1 3 1-03-09: 1944
1 3 1-03-10: 1944
1 3 1-03-11: 1944
1 3 1-03-12: 1944
1 3 1-03-13: 1944
1 3 1-03-14: 1944
1 3 1-03-15: 1944
1 3 1-03-16: 1944
1 3 1-03-17: 1944
1 3 1-03-18: 1944
1 3 1-03-19: 1944
1 3 1-03-20: 1944
1 3 1-03-21: 1944
1 3 1-03-22: 1944
1 3 1-03-23: 1944
1 3 1-03-24: 1944
1 3 1-03-25: 1944
1 3 1-03-26: 1944

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Battle of Guam, 1944
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 4 1-04-01: "View of alligators on the beach. Note the shell craters and fallen palm trees. Guam" 1944
1 4 1-04-02: "Guam. Men, vehicles and all sorts of equipment stream ashore on Guam" 1944
1 4 1-04-03: Three inch CD gun on bank on island 1944
1 4 1-04-04: "Steel CP" on island 1944
1 4 1-04-05: "CD Gun" emplacement with sighting tower 1944
1 4 1-04-06: U.S. Soldiers searaching for Japanese troops in trench 1944
1 4 1-04-07: Airplanes and support vehicles on airfield 1944
1 4 1-04-08: Destroyed gun emplacement 1944
1 4 1-04-09: U.S. soldier standing next to destroyed building 1944
1 4 1-04-10: Destroyed radar installation 1944
1 4 1-04-11: Destroyed radar installation, two soldiers, U.S. tank 1944
1 4 1-04-12: "A Jap plane, shot down by Navy gunfire, lies in the water off Guam beach, as Marines continue to stream ashore. A Jeep (background), gets a tow to shallow water from an amphib tractor" 1944
1 4 1-04-13: "A group of natives curiously watch the proceedings going on down the hill" 1944
1 4 1-04-14: "South of the town of Agat, Marine Corps tanks, trucks and 'Amtracs' roll up the Beach" 1944
1 4 1-04-15: "'Surrender or be blasted from your caves' Marines shout to the Jap soldiers over their loud-speaker" 1944
1 4 1-04-16: "Emerging from the bow of this Coast Guard tank lighter, a Marine Corps half track, with ammunition trailer, splashes through the shallow waters of Guam as an advance scout leads the way to the beach" 1944
1 4 1-04-17: "Troops and equipment deployed along the beach" 1944
1 4 1-04-18: "Orote Peninsula Airfield. Marines examine a wrecked Jap Plane" 1944
1 4 1-04-19: "Funeral service for three children of Guam. Lt. Comdr Alfred F. Kamler of Beaufort, S.C. officiated at the children's burial while he was at the cemetery to perform a similar service for Marines who died while retaking Guam" 1944
1 4 1-04-20: "Corporal Kurt" a Marine Corps War Dog wounded, made his way to 1st aid station after his partner was picked up by corpsmen. Dog was bandaged and administered Sulfanilamide" 1944
1 5 1-05-01: "Jap troops, killed by Marine artillery fire, lie in a depression, on Guam, awaiting Leatherneck burial parties. These dead were among the first enemy to fall in an effort to hold the former American base" 1944
1 5 1-05-02: "Shell hole from a Navy big gun shell makes a community washtub" 1944
1 5 1-05-03: "Men of the U.S. Army's 77th division being treated at one of the many receiving stations" 1944
1 5 1-05-04: "After the battle" picture of destroyed building and tank 1944
1 5 1-05-05: "After the battle" picture of destroyed building and tank #2 1944
1 5 1-05-06: "U.S. bomber attacking targets on island" 1944
1 5 1-05-07: "Beachhead with first aid station in foreground" 1944
1 5 1-05-08: "Ruins of a Marine Barracks. (Sumay on Orote Peninsula?)" 1944
1 5 1-05-09: "Chimmoros air out their few remaining personal effects after a night of rain" 1944
1 5 1-05-10: "Miscellaneous supplies being disgorged from LST to the beach" 1944
1 5 1-05-11: "Agana, Capital of Guam. Naval gunfire and Carrier based bombers pound Agana before Invasion" 1944
1 5 1-05-12: "Plaza of a town on Guam now in hands of U.S. Marines. Bayonet dummies as in photo were used by Japs to impress the natives with their strength and fighting prowess" 1944
1 5 1-05-13: "Jap plane goes down from carrier ack-ack action occured during Jap carrier based air attack on our task force" 1944
1 5 1-05-14: "Huntington Guam. Demolished Japanese aircraft on the white beach landing area" 1944
1 5 1-05-15: "Guam. Tanks of the 77th division moving up to the front" 1944
1 5 1-05-16: "Japanese Caves blasted with dynamite. This is 2nd (and "effective") charge" 1944
1 5 1-05-17: Soldiers during fighting on island 1944
1 5 1-05-18: "CD battery" on island 1944
1 5 1-05-19: "Former fire control station with range finder" 1944
1 5 1-05-20: "Beach Barricade" 1944
1 6 1-06-01: "Destroyed CD Gun" 1944
1 6 1-06-02: Ammunition supply depot on Guam 1944
1 6 1-06-03: U.S. soldier standing in entryway of destroyed bunker 1944
1 6 1-06-04: Picture of island beachhead taken from boat 1944
1 6 1-06-05: "Result of direct hit on similar CP", destroyed gun emplacement 1944
1 6 1-06-06: "Pill Boxes, note rifle ports in beach barricade of lower photo" 1944
1 6 1-06-07: "U.S. soldier giving cat water from canteen under destroyed Japanese tank" 1944
1 6 1-06-08: Japanese bunker disguised by sand and fallen trees 1944
1 6 1-06-09: "37mm gun on S shore" 1944
1 6 1-06-10: U.S. soldiers walking through rubble and destroyed trees 1944
1 6 1-06-11: Two U.S. soldiers with radio and equipment in crater 1944
1 6 1-06-12: Two dead soldiers lying in sand 1944
1 6 1-06-13: Barricade and gun emplacement on beachhead 1944
1 6 1-06-14: Japanese bunker buried in ground 1944
1 6 1-06-15: Picture of beachhead, barriers, and sea taken from island 1944
1 6 1-06-16: Dead soldier lying among damaged barrels and other equipment 1944
1 6 1-06-17: U.S. soldier and three amphibious assault crafts 1944
1 6 1-06-18: U.S. soldier hanging up laundry on clothes line in camp 1944
1 6 1-06-19: "Headquarters No 2 SW Corner" 1944
1 6 1-06-20: "Side by side in the Army, Navy and Marine Cemetery, on the outskirts of Agana, Guam Island, are the graves of Colonel Douglas McNair, son of Lt. Gen. Leslie J. McNair, followed his father in death when he was struck by a sniper's bullet. Visiting the cemetery, after Marines secured the island, was little Juanita Salles Fejeran" 1944
1 6 1-06-21: "Jap pillbox in the process of being blown up on Orote Peninsula" 1944
1 7 1-07-01: "Guam. Marines with war dogs going up to the front on Orote Peninsula" 1944
1 7 1-07-02: "Guam. Marines with war dogs going up to the front on Orote Peninsula" 1944
1 7 1-07-03: "Marines going ashore at Guam" 1944
1 7 1-07-04: "Guam. Pillbox used by Japs on Orote Peninsula" 1944
1 7 1-07-05: "Beach at Asan Point" 1944
1 7 1-07-06: "LST disgorges Marine Corps "Duck" (2 1/2 ton Amphibious truck)" 1944
1 7 1-07-07: "Marines hug the beach as land mines explode and Jap snipers operate" 1944
1 7 1-07-08: "Marines carry mortar shells and small arms ammunition inland from the beach on Guam, as fighting coninued in the densely forested hills" 1944
1 7 1-07-09: "Orote Peninsula Airstrop. Cruiser in Apra Harbor. Town of Sunday at left" 1944
1 7 1-07-10: "Air and surface craft blast Jap positions preventing U.S. ground forces advances" 1944
1 7 1-07-11: "Island residents stream from the Hills after hostilities ended August 10th" 1944
1 7 1-07-12: "Coast where first waves of Landing Marines came ashore (Orote Peninsula)" 1944
1 7 1-07-13: "Mortar Shelling enemy on Mt. Alifan (background)" 1944
1 7 1-07-14: "Beach-boud Coast Guard Tank Lighter" 1944
1 7 1-07-15: "Moving to the front lines on Guam, these Marine Corps troops pass by shattered buildings in Agat Town. Naval guns and aerial bombardment supported by ground based artillery reduced this once important town to a shambles" 1944
1 7 1-07-16: "Guam. Operating Room set up in captured Jap building in Agat City" 1944

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Battle of Tinian, 1944
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
2 1
Box
Folder
2 1 2-01-01: "A Jap ammunition dump on the beach at Tinian explodes following a direct hit by Naval Bombardment as this Coast Guard coxswain speeds to the shore with men and equipmet for the forces engaged" 1944
2 1 2-01-02: "Small boats enroute to beaches "H" hour, "M" minute" 1944
2 1 2-01-03: "Marines searching cliffs for fleeing Jap 'holdouts'" 1944
2 1 2-01-04: "Marine and Army "AmTracs" coming ashore" 1944
2 1 2-01-05: "Target Tinian. A 90M AA Gun and Crew in action firing on ground targets on the Jap held Island of Tinian, three miles away 1944
2 1 2-01-06: "Marines watch Jap ammo dump explode, touched off by Navy Bombing Planes" 1944
2 1 2-01-07: "Broadside for Tinian from a U.S. Navy cruiser covering Marine beach-bound amphibious tractors." 1944
2 1 2-01-08: "Three Marines grab off a few minutes rest as battle ends on Tinian; 2nd and 4th Marine Division went through twin campaigns of Saipan and Tinian" 1944

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Battle of Tarawa Atoll, 1943
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
2 2
Box
Folder
2 2 2-02-01: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll attack 1943
2 2 2-02-02: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll 1943
2 1 2-02-03: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll attack (different angle) 1943
2 1 2-02-04: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll (different angle) 1943
2 1 2-02-05: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll (different angle) 1943
2 1 2-02-06: Aerial view of Tarawa Atoll (different angle) 1943

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Pearl Harbor, 1941
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
2 3
Box
Folder
2 3 2-03-01: "Japanese photo taken during the raid on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941." 1941
2 3 2-03-02: "Japanese aerial photographs taken on 7 December 1941" 1941
2 3 2-03-03: "The USS Shaw exploding" 1941
2 3 2-03-04: "USS Arizona sinking" 1941
2 3 2-03-05: "Cassin and Downes in drydock with Pennsylvania in background" 1941
2 3 2-03-06: "The USS Oglala capsized after being attacked by Japanese aircraft and submarines in the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941" 1941
2 3 2-03-07: "The USS West Virginia and the USS Tennessee" 1941
2 3 2-03-08: "Abandoning ship aboard the USS California after the ship had been set afire and started to sink from being attacked by the Japanese in their sneak raid on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941" 1941
2 3 2-03-09: "USS Nevada burning" 1941
2 3 2-03-10: "The USS California sunk" 1941
2 3 2-03-11: "USS Oklahoma. Stern view. Sunk 7 December 1941" 1941
2 3 2-03-12: "Battleship row. Capsized USS Oklahoma" 1941
2 3 2-03-13: "The USS West Virginia and the USS Tennessee" 1941
2 3 2-03-14: "Stern of West Virigina" 1941
2 3 2-03-15: "The West Virginia, the Tennessee, and the Arizona" 1941
2 3 2-03-16: "View of Pearl Harbor made by civilian photographer during the height of the attack on the morning of 7 December 1941" 1941
2 3 2-03-17: "New barracks at Hickam still burning after attack" 1941
2 3 2-03-18: "Smoke from Pearl Harbor after 7 December 1941 attack" 1941
2 3 2-03-19: "Damaged Wing of barracks after 7 December 1941 attack" 1941
2 3 2-03-20: "Machine gun nest made from bomb crater and motors from wrecked planes. Hickam Field" 1941
2 3 2-03-21: "Heap of wrecked planes from mat at Hickam Field" 1941
2 3 2-03-22: "Bombed truck still burning. Off Hickam Parade Ground "F" Street, 11.15 A.M." 1941
2 4 2-04-01: "Japanese two-man submarines as found on the beach" 1941
2 4 2-04-02: "Japanese submarine beached at Bellows Field" 1941
2 4 2-04-03: "Japanese aerial photographs taken of Wheeler Field on 7 December 1941" 1941
2 4 2-04-04: "Damaged P-40 at Wheeler Field" 1941
2 4 2-04-05: "Hangar 3 and barracks at Wheeler Field after attack" 1941
2 4 2-04-06: "B-17 wing on mat after 7 December attack" 1941
2 4 2-04-07: "Cartoon found in Jap plane after being drowned" 1941
2 4 2-04-08: "Recovered Jap plane" 1941
2 4 2-04-09: "Japanese bomber recovered from Harbor" 1941
2 4 2-04-10: "Japanese pilot recovered from the Habor" 1941
2 4 2-04-11: "Jap plane shot down at Ford Island" 1941

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Battle of Midway, 1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
2 5
Box
Folder
2 5 2-05-01: "Yorktown in Battle of Midway" 1942
2 5 2-05-02: "Yorktown in Battle of Midway" 1942
2 5 2-05-03: "USS Yorktown in Battle of Midway" 1942
2 5 2-05-04: "Mogami Class heavy cruiser sunk in Midway action by Army-Navy-Marine Corps Flyers" 1942
2 5 2-05-06: "Mogami Class heavy cruiser sunk at Midway." 1942
2 5 2-05-07: "Maj. General Clarence L. Tinker, Commanding General, 7th AAF, during Battle of Midway. Missing from flight in search of remnant of Jap Fleet several days after Battle of Midway." 1942

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Miscellaneous Photographs, 1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
box
folder
2 6
Box
Folder
2 6 2-06-01: "General Charles Corlett addressing his men at the dedication exercises at Enilpapkan Island. 7th Division, U.S. Army" 1941-1945
2 6 2-06-02: "Action photo from a Pacific Fleet aricraft carrier shows carrier throwing out a stream of AA fire at a Jap plane which has attacked it during the raid on enemy bases in the Marianas, 22 Feb. 44. White spots among the puffs of smoke are made by tracer bullets. No U.S. ship was sunk or damaged in the attack" 1941-1945
2 6 2-06-03: Unidentified Island 1941-1945
2 6 2-06-04: Aerial view of unidentified island 1941-1945

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Subjects

      • Subject Terms :
      • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Pacific Ocean--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Marshall Islands--Kwajalein Island--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Guam--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Northern Mariana Islands--Tinian--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Kiribati--Tarawa Atoll--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • Saipan, Battle of, Northern Mariana Islands--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • Peal Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941--Photographs
      • Subject Terms :
      • Midway, Battle of, 1942--Photographs

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