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Joseph V. Remisiwicz, Scrapbook, c1944.

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[Black and white photo of an officer in khaki uniform, overseas cap, no tie. He has a Lt's bar on his cap. LT. “Joe” To his left is a metal drum, a jerrycan, and what may be a bucket. Behind him is a single story building, pitched roof,apparently of block construction with a corrugated metal roof. It appears to have two possibly equal size units with a connecting hall or third unit at the back so there is a small courtyard. The end of the left hand unit has two windows {that may have shutters} flanking a central door. On the side of this unit looking into the courtyard is a window that is hinged at the top and propped open. Several trees are in the background.] [Written on photo ] 945 Joe

[Caption on page] LT. "Joe"