Postmaster General Hannegan attends Mass at Hibiya Hall in Tokyo, Japan. From a scrapbook presented to Postmaster General Robert E. Hannegan on the occasion of his visit to General Headquarters, U. S. Army Forces, Pacific, in Tokyo, Japan, July 1946. (These photographs have been reproduced in 8x10 and placed in the regular photo boxes).
A photo of a building draped with a white cloth with holes in it at the Marine Base at Quantico, Virginia.
James E. Webb, Secretary and Treasurer of Sperry Gyroscope Company, stands with a large group during ground breaking for their new building in Lake Success, New York. Mr. Webb is front row, third from the left with hat in hand.
Raymond Foley stands at a construction site surrounded by four unidentified men. One man sits in a piece of construction machinery while the other three men stand below with Foley. They are likely in the Detroit, Michigan area.
As part of the American Mission for Aid to Greece, the United States helped fund construction programs to rebuild Greece after World War II. Here is a construction camp from the South Portal of the Brallo Tunnel.
In Serres, Greece, men are beginning new road programs. Men are working on creating the shoulder and the foundation for the roads. This project was funded by the American Mission to Aid Greece. All men are unidentified.
A supervisor directs a worker holding a board at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. Both are unidentified. In the background are the white walls of the basement. From: Morris R. O'Brien.
Footings are ready to be poured for the walls of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. On the left are holes dug for the columns that will support the floor above. In the background are two columns with forms completed ready to be poured. From: Morris R. O'Brien.
Wood 4 X 4 posts are used to support the floor as it is constructed at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. Three unidentified workers can been seen at the back center. From: Morris R. O'Brien.
The foundation of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri begins to take shape. Forms for two concrete columns are in place at the right of center. On the right are layouts for other column footings to be dug. Two unidentified men stand at the left for scale. From: Morris R. O'Brien.