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Carr, Gloria Jean: 1945 Yonkers HS senior
Carr, Gloria Jean: 1945 Yonkers HS senior
 
 
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Carr, Hannah: 2016 Crop
Carr, Hannah: 2016 Crop
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1928
Carr, John L: 1928
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1931 with Alice
Carr, John L: 1931 with Alice
The woman in the background has not been identified, regretfully. 
 
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Carr, John L: 1931 with sister Bunny (Alice)
Carr, John L: 1931 with sister Bunny (Alice)
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1945 Another in a Long Gray Line of Happy Plebes
Carr, John L: 1945 Another in a Long Gray Line of Happy Plebes
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1946
Carr, John L: 1946
John was photographed jumping over a barbed wire obstacle during cadet training at Camp Buckner in the summer of 1946. The photo was published in the West Point year book, The Howitzer. 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947
Carr, John L: 1947
This picture was likely taken at his parent's home in Jersey City during his Cow Year at West Point. 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947
Carr, John L: 1947
Not sure if Corley's is a bar, restaurant or a neighbor... 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year Training
Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year Training
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year Training
Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year Training
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year training
Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year training
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year training
Carr, John L: 1947 Cow Year training
Hefting the proverbial B-4 luggage outside his West Point barracks 
 
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Carr, John L: 1947 Trophy Point, West Point
Carr, John L: 1947 Trophy Point, West Point
John is pictured with his parents and sister, Alice. His brother, William, was probably the photographer. The Husdon River is in the background.  
 
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Carr, John L: 1955 NJ Clan - Jersey City
Carr, John L: 1955 NJ Clan - Jersey City
This photo was taken at the Pierre & Veronica (Ryan) Boquel home at 255 Grant Avenue in Jersey City. 
 
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Carr, John L: 1959 Seoul Korea
Carr, John L: 1959 Seoul Korea
It was with some delight, no doubt, that the 8th Army transportation battalion commander assigned Captain Carr to command its car company. Judging from the flip calendar on the desk, the picture was taken just before Christmas, 1959; perhaps 17 December. The general timeframe is corroborated by the woolen, winter uniform. The picture shows him busy at work; that may be an English-Korea dictionary in the background. Although not validated, it appears that the tray on the desk holds cigarettes, a lighter and an ash tray. The captain relinquished that habit in about 1963 when he was a major in Mannheim, Germany.  
 
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Carr, John L: 1969 Saigon
Carr, John L: 1969 Saigon
The place has since been renamed: Ho Chi Minh City.
John commanded the Army's 71ST Transportation Terminal Service Battalion at a facility named Newport.

http://www.allanfurtado.com/newportterminal.html
"Newport is located on the Saigon River three or four miles north of the Saigon port and just south of the main bridge for highway 1A which had direct route to Bien Hoa air base and Long Binh field depot and the main ammunition depot. The primary purpose of Newport was to take over the handling of all U.S. military cargo that was presently being handled at the Saigon port. Newport would become part of the Saigon area port complex. The components of this complex included Saigon port, Vung Tau where ships lined up and waited for pilots to take them up the river to Newport, Camp Davis which was up river for military housing and the Cat Lai complex located seven miles south east of Saigon. The complex handled over sixty percent of ammunition entering Vietnam (Biggs, King, Criner, 1994). That included several different barge locations for the loading and unloading of ammunition from ships in stream, but of these several barge locations, only two were used exclusively for ammunition and they were located at Buu Long and Cogido. Therefore, the above mentioned would all be handled and operated as a single command. 
 
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Carr, John L: 1970c
Carr, John L: 1970c
 
 
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Carr, John L: 1975
Carr, John L: 1975
He was allegedly delighted to be placing his daughter aboard a flight en route her honeymoon. 
 
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Carr, Lana (Scott): 2005 Gasthaus Engel am Zollturm
Carr, Lana (Scott): 2005 Gasthaus Engel am Zollturm
This Gasthaus in Gro├čauheim, Germany was a favorite of the Carr family. The history of their visits there began the first night Regis was in country when his unit sponsor took him there for supper. His first purchase was a tall class of Bier (beer) which he managed to knock over as he explained with gestures some important point in the conversation. The proprietor quietly accepted his apologies. Subsequent visits were made with any visiting family members and for several unit Hail & Farewell parties. In the summertime the outside, tree-shaded, table area provided a very peaceful setting. The "am Zollturn" phrase reflected its location on the Main River where a customs tower had been established in earlier centuries. 
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1947
Carr, Louis Drury: 1947
This picture was probably taken at West Point by his son, John.  
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1947 family photo
Carr, Louis Drury: 1947 family photo
The family picture was probably taken at West Point judging from the date, the landscape, and what appear to be stone walls in left rear. It includes from left to right: Louis, son William, daughter Alice and his wife Mary Martin. It is possible that William is making faces at his brother, John, who was a cadet at the Academy and was probably taking the picture. 
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1960
Carr, Louis Drury: 1960
 
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1970
Carr, Louis Drury: 1970
Louis and Mary (Martin) are pictured in Runnemeade, NJ with their grandchild, Cathleen Carr. 
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1982
Carr, Louis Drury: 1982
Louis is shown with his wife Mary (Martin) at his son's home in Carroll, Iowa. Also pictured is Louis' son, Bill, and his wife, Terry (Malone). 
 
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Carr, Louis Drury: 1986
Carr, Louis Drury: 1986
Louis D Carr took on his typical look of tolerance as he sat with his youngest son, William Dill, in Carroll, IA. 
 
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Carr, Mary (Martin): 1947
Carr, Mary (Martin): 1947
 
 

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