Inside view, looking seaward, of covered, Japanese submarine beaching railway, tracks leading to waterfront; a soldier passes large submarine handling cradles on left; warships are visible through opening
Men work to organize supplies; tractor trailer transports load of boxes; pyramid tents erected in background; American flag raised on power pole over a captured bunker [machine gun nest] Photographer's number 5594
Areas of deep mud near shore; visible in frame are remnants of Japanese occupation: telegraph (or power) poles, fire hydrant, defensive fortifications; American warships just offshore and landing craft at beach Photographer's number 5600
Large bulldozer in foreground; debris, supplies, and telegraph (or power) poles in background Note on verso: "Mud was very deep in low spots, but volcanic rock and sandstone more predominate in higher places." Photographer's number 5599
Two Canadian "Fuzeliers" stand outside a wooden building with a canvas roof, holding aloft a large Japanese flag; smoke comes from the chimney pipe; debris is scattered around the shelter Photographer's number 5606
Title from verso Although C ration was the only food available for the troops, it was very much appreciated and enjoyed by the men since it was hot and a good change form the customary K ration. As can be seen from this picture, Joe Gerlica,...
Panoramic photograph of Fort Greely, a military base on Kodiak Island. The base is located adjacent to a harbor. Photographs are taped together to form the panorama. Original photograph size: 6 x 2 3/4 inch.
Title taken from image. United States Army Corps of Engineers company area at Fort Raymond. Image shows a long line of men queued up in front of the mess hall, waiting for their meal. Original photograph size: 2 7/8 x 4 5/8 inch.
Title from verso. A group of soldiers from Battery "E" pose for a photograph in front of an army tent at Fort Raymond, Seward. Battery "E" was in the 205th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) Battalion (renamed the 420th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft)...