Unidentified Para-Marine, World War II


Unidentified Para-Marine, World War II


Black and white image of a young man in an Army uniform. He has short hair, which is brushed up and back. On his left shoulder is a paratroopers patch above sergeant's stripes, and he wears a bar indicating a number of medals awarded over his left breast pocket, above which is a paratroopers pin. The Marine Corps emblem of eagle, globe, and anchor is visible on the upper left lapel of his collar. The name and location of the photographer is stamped on the photo. This image is part of the Herbert E. McMullen bequest. McMullen was a local photographer who also collected images of local life from other photographers.
[front] [stamp] All proofs must be returned. Tasker Studio, Hillsboro, Ore. [back] [pencil] U. S. Marine Corps. Para-marines. c. 1945.

Date Created

circa 1945


gelatin silver prints






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