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Thematic Time Period -- World War II, 1939 - 1945 (Remove)
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H. C. Beckman grocery store, Randolph, Kansas

An interior view showing Jerry Matchett, from Topeka, Kansas, posed by a canned food display in his grandfather's store, H. C. Beckman Grocery Store, Randolph, Kansas. Matchett was five years old when the photograph was taken.


Townspeople of Hamilton, Kansas

Photo of the townspeople of Hamilton, Kansas, standing in front of the Hamilton bank, gathered for a portrait. Copies were made and sent to every resident who was then serving in the military during World War II. Front row (left to right): F. O. Brown, Roy Hayden, John Keating, Burley Brown, Bert Anderson, Frank Keating, Bob Carson, Vincent Schwintz, Ed Schwintz, John Anderson, Harbin Hawkins, Dick Mills, Mrs. Huston, Pauline Lewis, Charles Reno, Mrs. Ed Debruler, Ed DeBruler, Mary Lenninger, Mrs. Roy Sanderson, Shirley Sanderson, Roy Sanderson. Back row (l-r): Doc Rinker, Jack Fleming, Frank Linden, Robert Meadows, Ed Trask, George Wedelin, Ross Scott, Clark Ulrich, Merle Beevers, Bill Dawson, Munn Hughes, Earl Buffington, George Lloyd, Otis Barngrover, Lem Huston, Violet Hallren, Lillian Behmer, Arch Johnson, Walt Ulrich, Ed Faulk, Jim Piatt, Ralph Reno, Max Fryback.

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