World War, 1939-1945 -- Reconnaissance operations, American -- Photographs
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron Flying Tigers photograph album, 1940s
Contains various photocopies of the Flying Tigers photograph album. Materials date from the 1940s.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron loose photographic prints, 1940-1949
Contains images of Lewis, Chinese people in daily activities, Indian villages, and daily life, Indian and British architectures, Burmese roads and scenes of daily life, and religious icons. Also includes a loose photographic print "25th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron" (separate from other prints).
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron photograph album
355 personal photographs taken by members of the 35th photo reconnaissance squadron, 272 mounted on cardstock, 82 loose; 1 binder made from aluminum from an aircraft used by the squadron, the binder contains a yellowing photograph fixed in the spine with scotch tape; 2-page personal written history and poem by creator.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron photograph album, 1940s
Aluminum photo album, made from World War II fighter plane. Item dates from the 1940s.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron photographs in plastic sheets, 1944-1945
Contains images of China and its people, roads, buildings, irrigation systems, harbors, and fields.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron scrapbook and other material, 1940s
Compact disc containing digital scans of entire scrapbook, and other materials.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron scrapbook pages, 1944
Scrapbook containing photographs of foreign travel, military officers, aircraft, and other topics. Materials date from 1944.
135th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron scrapbook register, 1940s
Contains a register for the Lloyd K. Lewis scrapbook. Item dates from the 1940s.
Lloyd K. Lewis writings, 1940s
Contains an article entitled "Off to War," transcript by Anita Lewis containing information from an interview with Lloyd Lewis. Also includes a memoir of Lewis' service beginning to end during World War II (4 pages) and a poem entitled "China."