Photographs - Page 125

Photos from Cindy Paige, whose father Richard Hughes served with Cannon Company, 274th Infantry Regiment. Westmoreland photo courtesy of Bill Westmoreland, I/276. Photos from the Lyman Moody -- Hqs. and Hqs. Battery, 70th Divarty -- collection courtesy of Ray Brown, who purchased them on ebay.

 

Richard Hughes on right with fellow GIs.

Richard Hughes with his mother.

Richard's platoon with Cannon Company. Photo taken at Camp Adair.

Company I, 276th Infantry Regiment in a photo taken at Camp Adair. For a roster of the photo, click on the files below located after the photo gallery. Photo courtesy of Bill Westmoreland.

Lyman Moody at CP 2, France, January 1945. Lyman Moody Collection.

Location unknown (eating chow in front of Hqs. and Hqs. Battery (divarty messhall somewhere in France/Germany)? Lyman Moody collection.

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70th Divarty commanding officer, BG Peter Rodes.

Picking up smoking somewhere in France or Germany.

Lyman Moody with .50 caliber ammunition.

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Lyman Moody.

A soldier named Hunt.

Caption: taken inside the beautiful old church. Gold statutes of the founders stand on both sides of the alter. (Church not named.

Caption: A German beer factory.

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Caption: Bad Orb i. Speffart. Kurhaus mit Kurpark.

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Lyman Moody

Lyman Moody

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Bad Orb i. Speffart. Das neue Quellen-Schwimm-bad mit Blick auf das Sanatorium Kuppels-muhle and Annenhof.

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No caption. Perhaps a cigarette camp prior to heading home?

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Taken at the widest spot on the Main River. Barges in background. June 9, 1945. Lyman Moody collection.

Caption: Taken at rest camp in France. Yes it's beer, but I still don't like it. These people drink it like water -- tastes more like dish water to me. Lyman Moody collection.

June 1, 1945. Caption: Thinking of you. Yes I do write to you once in awhile.

Lyman Moody with wife and child.

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Roster of men in Company I, 276th photo:
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