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  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21870
  • Description: B-17 Navigator Wayne Hollopeter, center, reunited with his brothers Earl, left, and Frank, right, in 1945, the first time they had all been together...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21871
  • Description: Sergeant Earl Hollopeter, left, with his brother, Frank, right. Both served with the 8th Air Force in England, but at different bases.
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21872
  • Description: Lt. Conrad J Netting III. [San Antonio, TX]. 336th Fighter Squadron. P-51B 42-106669 VF-S "Conjon IV" named for his son Conrad John Netting IV. Lt...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21873
  • Description: Capt Reuben Simon, [ Los Angeles CA ]. 336th Fighter Squadron. P-51B 42-106673 VF-K "Hey Rube!".
A bomber crew of the 305th Bomb Group with their B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Lallah-V" that belly landed on the runway. From left to right they are: First Lieutenant Karl H. Brauer, Navigator, from Indianapolis; Major J. Lawrence Smith co-pilot, from Carpinteria, California; Second Lieutenant Magnus G. Bolken, Operations Officer, from Arnegard, North Dakota; First Lieutenant Robert D. Metcalf, Bombardier, from Sacramento, California; Staff Sergeant John F. Hill, Asst radio operator, from Valhalla, New
  • Media Type: Image
  • Collection Name: Roger Freeman Collection
  • Object Number: FRE 1133
  • Description: A bomber crew of the 305th Bomb Group with their B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "Lallah-V" that belly landed on the runway. From left to right they...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21874
  • Description: Charles W. Roberson's POW card at the Buchenwald concentration camp, where he and others arrived on the 20 August 1944 convoy from Paris. Buchenwald...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21875
  • Description: Robert Brown's POW card at the Buchenwald concentration camp, where he and others arrived on the 20 August 1944 convoy from Paris. Buchenwald was...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21881
  • Description: This plane was named as a result of five young ladies who were working as typists for the Manchester Oxide Company in Manchester, England. They had...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21882
  • Description: Airmen of the 452nd Bomb Group in front of B-17 .Lady Satan'. Harlan Bjerke has been ringed in this copy.
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21883
  • Description: Crew Chief Frank Hollopeter, left, performing maintenance on B-17G in the snow, winter 1944/45, Station 174, Sudbury, UK (other ground crew member on...
Second Lieutenant Florence E. Twidale (left) and Second Lieutenant Hilda R. Burgess (right) check medical equipement in front of a B-17 Flying Fortress (serial number 42-30704), nicknamed "Dinah-Mite", of the 305th Bomb Group. November 1943. Image stamped on reverse: 'Associated Press.' [stamp]. A printed caption was previously attached to the reverse, however this has been removed. Handwritten caption on reverse: 'L: 2/Lt Florence E Twidale, R: 2/Lt Hilda R Burgess- First aid eqpt. 305BG 22/11/43.'
  • Media Type: Image
  • Collection Name: Roger Freeman Collection
  • Object Number: FRE 1117
  • Description: Second Lieutenant Florence E. Twidale (left) and Second Lieutenant Hilda R. Burgess (right) check medical equipement in front of a B-17 Flying...
  • Media Type: Image
  • Object Number: UPL 21884
  • Description: Crew Chief Frank Hollopeter, left, performing maintenance on B-17G in the snow, winter 1944/45, Station 174, Sudbury, UK (other ground crew member on...