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Naval Photo Center

Sailors Pose for a Group Photo at Shangri-La, Maryland

Sailors and officers assigned to Shangri-La pose for a group photo at the Navy Rest Camp in the Catoctin Mountains of Maryland. Front row, left to right: J.A. Hare, J.H. Sherwood, A.G. Neal, J.E. Reeves, R.W. Lyle, unidentified man in black shirt, Michael Zook, C.H. Kilgore, D.J. Lewis, F.J.Chard, J.B. Miller, D.E. Wilson; back row, left to right: L.L. Prichard, G.L. Anspach, J.D. Tasker, J.D. Pate, T.B. Boies, H.H. Violette, J.H. Stafford, R.F. Hutt, P. Farrell, W.J. Dombrowski, and T.E. Wiles. The Camp is also used as a presidential retreat. It has been renamed Camp David.

General Graham Goes Fishing

General Wallace Graham has gone fishing on the Big Wheel. Here he proudly shows his catch. He is President Truman's doctor, who accompanied the President on vacation in Key West, Florida. From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives, 4 X 5 negatives.

An Evening View of the Ships Near the Naval Base in Key West Florida

An evening view of the ships in the harbor near the Naval base in Key West Florida. The original jacket for the negative contains the following technical information on how Mr. Begley took the photo: "Open between f:8 & f:ll, then flashed with 1 #5 to show running light's pattern." From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives, 4 X 5 negatives.

White House Staff Member in the Naval Hospital

In the log of President Truman's 10th Visit to Key West Florida, it states that Jack Romagna, White House Staff, was admitted to the Naval Hospital. It also stated he had appendicitis. This photo was taken November 18th, 1951. There is no mention of the staff member attending the patient, presumed to be Mr.Romagna. From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives, 4 X 5 negatives.

Frederick Lawton, Joseph Feeney, Elmer Staats, William Rigdon at the Little White House, Key West

Some of the President Harry S. Truman's guests prepare to leave the Little White House at Key West, Florida. From left to right: Frederick Lawton, Joseph Feeney, and Elmer Staats. In the back near the door to the right is William Rigdon. From: Naval Photo Center, sent to the Truman Library by the National Archives, 4 X 5 negatives.