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S.S. Philadelphia
S.S. Philadelphia
Otis Biggs sailed on this ship 
 
552
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center. 
 
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S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
Photographed prior to launching at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, 11 March 1937. Photo and text from The World Encyclopedia of Submarines by John Parker courtesy of Robert Hurst. 
 
554
S.S. Queen of Bermuda
S.S. Queen of Bermuda
 
 
555
S.S. Rijndam
S.S. Rijndam
Samuel L. Stallard sailed aboard the ship 
 
556
S.S. Rosalind: 1920s
S.S. Rosalind: 1920s
The S.S. "Rosalind" leaving the harbour of St. John's, Newfoundland and passing Fort Amherst Lighthouse. "The "Rosalind" of the Red Cross Line was on the New York-Halifax-St. John's Atlantic Run and carried both passengers and freight. 1920's. http://www.mun.ca/mha/pviewphoto/Record_ID/3665
David Ryan sailed on this boat from St John's to the Port of New York in 1923. 
 
557
S.S. Russia (1867-1902)
S.S. Russia (1867-1902)
Hipolit Mankowski sailed on this ship from Europe to the USA.
Built by J & G Thomson Govan
Engines by J&G Thomson
Ship Type: Passenger Cargo Vessel
Ship's Role: Transatlantic services
Tonnage: 2960 grt
Length: 358 feet
Breadth: 43 feet
Propulsion: 14 knots
Launched: Wednesday, 20 March 1867
1880 new compound engines fitted lengthened to 435.1 feet, 4,752grt
1889 Thomson re-engined her again with triple expansion engines.

Port of Registry: Liverpool
Last Name: WAESLAND
Status: Lost in collision on the 8th March 1902 off Anglesey, North Wales after colliding in the fog with the Harmonides SS. 2 lives were lost.
Owner History:
Was Cunard's first Transatlantic screw steamer
British & North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company
Sold to the Red Star Line in 1880, renamed WAESLAND SS.
 
 
558
S.S. Statendam
S.S. Statendam
 
 
559
S.S. Stephano
S.S. Stephano
 
 
560
S.S. Veendam 1931
S.S. Veendam 1931
Mary Louise Fadden sailed on this ship 
 
561
S.S. Westernland: 1884
S.S. Westernland: 1884
 
 
562
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
563
Scott family: 1943 Celebrating the Military
Scott family: 1943 Celebrating the Military
Top photo L-R: Pearl, Betty, Nell, Vivian with Dorothy kneeling
Bottom photo: Robert, Betty and John
Photos likely were taken at Boyd Scott's home in Terrell,TX
on the same day that the nearby family photo was taken at the Maresh Studios. 
 
564
Scott, Audie Mae
Scott, Audie Mae
Audie Mae was the wife of Paul Edward Whitt. 
 
565
Scott, Audie Mae:
Scott, Audie Mae:
 
 
566
Scott, Boyd E: 1958 and Family
Scott, Boyd E: 1958 and Family
 
 
567
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
Circa 1940 
 
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Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
Boyd Elliot Scott and his wife Pearl Stewart are photographed in the 1940s in front of their automobile. 
 
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Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1940
 
 
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Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1943 Family
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1943 Family
Back row Betty Jo, John Edgar, Audie Mae and Robert Cline.
Front row: Dorthy Isabel, Boyd Elliott and Pearl (Stewart) Scott  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
572
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1957
Scott, Boyd Elliott: 1957
With daughter Betty Jo, son John Edgar and wife, Pearl Stewart 
 
573
Scott, Dorothy: 1940
Scott, Dorothy: 1940
The photo of Dorothy was taken in the mid-1940s. 
 
574
Scott, Dorothy: 1952
Scott, Dorothy: 1952
at home with brother Robert Cline Scott 
 
575
Scott, Dorothy: 1952
Scott, Dorothy: 1952
At home with brother Robert C. Scott and sister-in-law Vivian Howard Scott in the background 
 
576
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
577
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
578
Scott, Frank Blagg
Scott, Frank Blagg
Frank was a USN submariner during WWII. His sub, USS Pompano, left Midway on 20 August 1943 on its 4th wartime patrol bound for Hokkaidō and Honshū. She was never heard from again and when she failed to return was presumed lost. The Japanese knew she was in her area, however, because two ships were sunk by her torpedoes during September: Akama Maru on 3 September, and Taiko Maru on 25 September. The Japanese made no anti-submarine attacks in Pompano's area of operations, so newly-laid mines in the vicinity, not known to U.S.Navy intelligence until after she sailed, probably sank her. Pompano was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 12 January 1944.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Pompano_%28SS-181%29
Photo courtesy of On Eternal Patrol (www.OnEternalPatrol.com). 
 
579
Scott, John E: 1943 Fort McCoy Pillow
Scott, John E: 1943 Fort McCoy Pillow
Edgar sent this pillow case to his wife, Vivian, shortly after returning to Fort McCoy, WS. He had met and married her while home in Texas during a two-week emergency leave period. They would not enjoy a honeymoon until Edgar returned from Europe. The pillow case reads:
My Wife
A darling little wife
She blesses all my life
You are my partner sweet
You make my life complete

Their daughter, Lana, found the item in their cedar blanket chest after they both died.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
581
Scott, John Edgar: 1940 Truck
Scott, John Edgar: 1940 Truck
This picture may have been taken on the same date as the nearby rabbit hunt photo. The back of the photo is stamped by the Maresch Studio, 106 N./ Francis St., Terrell, Texas. 
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1943 Rabbit Hunt
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 Rabbit Hunt
Edgar is pictured with an unidenfied hunting partnter. The rabbit may not have ben the reuslt of a hunt- it may simply have strayed too close to a dog! 
 
583
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 v2
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 v2
Photo was taken at the 2nd Infantry Division studio at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. It quite likely became an "exchange" photo after his new wife, Vivian Lucile (Howard), shared her photo with him. 
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1943 with his bride, Vivian
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 with his bride, Vivian
The picture of Edgar & Vivian is dated 23 April 1943, 10 days after their marriage ceremony. Since Edgar would soon to deploy for training as part of the European invasion force, they were forced to hold off on a honeymoon until October 1945 - a nearby postcard sent by Vivian towards the end of the honeymoon relays her reluctance to be returning home to Texas - and to work. Their marriage was an improbable success; they were married six days after meeting, yet, their wonderful marriage endured until Edgar's death in 1986.  
 
585
Scott, John Edgar: 1943c celebrating the military
Scott, John Edgar: 1943c celebrating the military
 
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Bivouac
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Bivouac
John Edgar Scott is depicted 2nd from the right at a unit bivouac during WWII...the location is presumed to be on the mainland of Europe rather than at the 702 Maintenance Company, 2nd Infantry Division staging area in Northern Ireland prior to the June 6, 1944 invasion. 
 
587
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Dog Tags
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Dog Tags
The format for the Army m1940 dog-tags changed four times between December 1940 and April 1946. Edgar's dog-tags reflect last version. Two notations were added in later years: a second Tetanus shot in 1950 and his RH factor: "NEG". Although the RH factor was available in 1940, the US military did not use it during WWII. Edgar likely had an earlier set of dog-tags since he enlisted in 1940.
Name: SCOTT, JOHN E
Service number: 18011516
Blood type: O NEG
Religion: P (for Protestant)
Tetanus shot dates: T44 and T50
www.5ad.org/ArmyDogTags.htm  
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Europe
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Europe
 
 
589
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 France
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 France
On the back of this photograph of Edgar is a typed note: "June 1944 in France in no mans land." The alphanumerics (2-X-702) on the right front bumper reflects Edgar's unit designation: 2nd Division 702nd Ordnance Company.  
 
590
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 June 07, Omaha Beach
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 June 07, Omaha Beach
Veeta (Scott) Biggers visited the WWII Museum in New Orleans in January 2016 and as she rounded a corner there was a large photo of 2ID men climbing up from Omaha Beach. A soldier in the column drew her attention and she in turn snapped a photo of him to share with her family. While there may be no way to confirm his identification, it sure looks like SSG John Edgar Scott who was with the 702 Ordnance Company, 2ID on that very day!  
 
591
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Northern Ireland
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Northern Ireland
This picture of Edgar was taken at H. Allison & Son, 42 Scotch Street, Armagh, Ireland and sent home to his wife, Vivian. Staff Sergeant John E. Scott was assigned to the 702 Maintenance Company of the 2nd Infantry Division in early 1944 when the Division was staging for the Normandy invasion.  
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Northern Ireland
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 Northern Ireland
Edgar is shown with friends he and fellow cooks made while staging in Northern Ireland for the Normandy invasion.  
 
593
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Belgium
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Belgium
Edgar's 2ID unit spent October 1944 thru January 1945 in a variety of bivouac locations in Belgium. The back of this photograph indicates it was taken in January 1945; since his unit was in Verviers from late December thru late January, Verviers is probably where the photo was taken. 
 
594
Scott, John Edgar: 1945c
Scott, John Edgar: 1945c
and wife Vivian 
 
595
Scott, John Edgar: 1946 Vivan plus
Scott, John Edgar: 1946 Vivan plus
John Edgar and Vivian are in the right side of a photo was developed by Studer's in San Antonio, TX. Other persons are not yet identified. 
 
596
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 September in Adak, AK
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 September in Adak, AK
Vivian is shown in pleasant weather outside their quarters before the arrival of Veeta in late November. Edgar is shown two months later in the same general postion - weather still fine. 
 
597
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 USAF E6
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 USAF E6
This picture of Edgar was taken sometime after September 1947, the point when the USAF became a separate branch of service. Prior to that time it was known as the Army Air Corps. 
 
598
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 USAT Thistle
Scott, John Edgar: 1947 USAT Thistle
Edgar may have taken this ship to Adak, AK in 1947 since it appears that Adak is in the left background. The photograph was found in Edgar's photo album - and was part of his collection from his time on Adak. (Interestingly, a relative of Regis' sailed on the ship in 1931 when it was named the S.S. Munargo, before it was reconfigured as a hospital ship, and then a USAT. See note below. The S.S. Munargo is pictured elsewhere on this website. )

Laid down, 30 September 1920, as the Passenger/Cargo Liner SS Munargo for the Munson S.S. Co., at New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J.
Launched, 17 September 1921.
Delivered to Munson S.S. Co., 11 December 1921
Purchased from Munargo Line Co. (Munson S.S. Co.), 27 March 1941, by the US Army at Pier #4 US Army Base Brooklyn, N.Y. for conversion to a troop ship
Acquired by the US Navy from the US Army 6 June 1941
Commissioned USS Munargo (AP-20), 4 June 1941, CDR. Harold F. Ely in command.
Decommissioned, 18 October 1943, at Brooklyn, N.Y. and returned to the War Department
Struck from the Naval Register
Converted for service as a US Army Hospital Ship
Commissioned USAHS Thistle, 15 January 1944
Converted in March 1946 to a US Army Transport ship and redesignated USAT Thistle
Transferred to the Maritime Commission, 1 November 1948, for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet, Astoria, OR.
Final Disposition, sold for scrapping, 13 March 1957, at Astoria, to the Learner Co.
NavSource Online 
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1949c-Japan.jpg
Scott, John Edgar: 1949c-Japan.jpg
 
 
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Scott, John Edgar: 1952 Sister Dorothy's home
Scott, John Edgar: 1952 Sister Dorothy's home
Edgar and his wife Vivian are shown on the steps of his sister's home in Dallas. 
 

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