Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of two distinct images of the same unidentified man. In both frames, he is wearing a U.S. Marines uniform. One image shows him smiling; the other shows a more serious visage.

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Photograph of Harold Morrison, Sr., wearing his U.S. Marines uniform.

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Photograph of Harold Morrison, Sr., in his U.S. Marines uniform. He founded the Woodstock Garage.

http://10.10.10.10/zach/Morrison02000jpg/02436.jpg
Photo of a photo of two images of the same unidentified man wearing a U.S. Marines uniform.

http://10.10.10.10/zach/Morrison01000jpg/01968.jpg
Harold Morrison, Sr., from Woodstock, shown here in his U.S. Marine Corps uniform.

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Heavily damaged image of the U.S. Marine Corps' letter notifying the family of Private Joseph Luther Burner that he was killed in action. From the legible words on the image, it appears his service in WWII was in the Pacific theatre.

http://10.10.10.10/zach/Morrison01000jpg/01802.jpg
Unidentified woman standing next to an unidentified U.S. Marine in uniform.

Probably a wife and her husband.

Plate is damaged.

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Photograph taken by Hugh Morrison showing Laco "Peck" Dellinger, a Shenandoah County resident who served in the US Marine Corps during World War Two.
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