The Great Western Sugar Company (GWS) was known to employ a number of photographers all over the Midwest. Many would do various stuff like that. After a bit of research there are a number of these pho + 191 more characters
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Larry, Sad day indeed, when each of my kids leaves home for school/ college I provided and trained them on the use of pepper spray. According to the Google policy even a simple self defense oriented + 20 more characters
New year models start August of the previous year "most" of the time. So the car could have been bought as early as August 1957. Other photo is a 42 Nash. [Edited by Randy Anderson (5/11/2018 6:54:59 + 5 more characters
House sure looks familiar, I'd have to go look but think it's the intersection of 9th and Washington. The big lumber yard building on left (UBC, ProBuild, Builders 1st Source) isn't there anymore. But + 247 more characters
Custer Rod and Gun Club annual membership renewal deadline is this Wednesday (Feb 15th). No renewals will be processed for the rest of the calendar year so get them done by Wednesday. If you do not + 326 more characters
Last chance folks, today is deadline. If you don't want to renew make sure and get the HID card back to the club. There is a $25.00 charge for cards that have not been returned. If you mail it back + 158 more characters
Also note, if you chose not to renew your membership the gate key (HID card) needs to be sent back into the club, same address as above (see label on card).
The Port of Entry photos appear to be on Valley Drive and it was operated by the Montana Highway Department (blurry fine print on the bottom of the sign). The tracks, grade and skyline in the photo ma + 380 more characters
The old 232 local number for the armory was changed years ago.
Media requests should be directed through the PAO (Public Affairs Office) in Helena. Try 324-3007, they should be able to arrange the whole thing.
The students have been working very long and hard on the one out in the valley, should be pretty good.
That narrows it to three, there were two variations of modified m1905 bayonets and the M1 (bayonet, not rifle) that were 10 inch. These were originally made for the 1903, 1903A1 and 1903A3 rifles, bec + 256 more characters
Your description of a green scabbard narrows it down to 4 different models (from 7). Chances are it should be marked "M5A1" (bayonet) in an M8A1 Scabbard.
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