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English: A U.S. Navy sailor and two WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) on board the Fletcher-class destroyer USS Uhlmann (DD-687) at Terminal Island, California (USA), in 1950.
|Source||Los Angeles Times, 28 August 1950 (publication date),
|Author||Unknown LA Times staff photographer|
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- 2008-04-09 21:47 Tillman 750×599× (228251 bytes) Title: Male sailor and two WAVES (Naval female reserves) on board USS Uhlmann in Terminal Island, Calif., 1950 Published caption:TO LOOK THEIR BEST--Fireman 1st Class Samuel E. Adolt, 19, sees something new on destroyer: Marion Koopman, left and Marga
A U.S. Navy sailor and two WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) on board the Fletcher-class destroyer USS Uhlmann (DD-687) at Terminal Island, California (USA), in 1950. Original description: "TO LOOK THEIR BEST--Fireman 1st Class Samuel E. Adolt, 19, sees something new on destroyer: Marion Koopman, left and Margaret Williams, prettying up."
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