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These are stamps collected from the Philippines during the Japanese occupation during World War II and provide some insight into Japan's intentions for the Philippines. These stamps are a part of a larger stamp collection of World War II stamps,…
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This photograph shows many Filipino civilians leaving Intramuros, Manilla with the smoldering city in the background.
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In 1945, American forces began to recapture Manilla. They used aerial power and bombardment to try and get the Japanese forces to surrender. This damaged much of the city. Japanese soldiers also pillaged and burned residential areas causing even more…
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This photograph was taken by the Technicolor Government Services on February 23, 1945. This photograph depicts refugees leaving Manilla to go behind American lines.
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This photograph is included in the book: "The Japanese Occupation of the Philippines: A Pictorial History" edited by Ricardo T. Jose and Lydia Yu-Jose. In this photograph three children are peddling goods to make money during the Japanese occupation…
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This is a photograph included in the book: "The Japanese Occupation of the Philippines: A Pictorial History" edited by Ricardo T. Jose and Lydia Yu-Jose. This photograph displays a crowd of Filipino children preforming radio taiso exercises, which…
Occupation_JapaneseSoldierTeaching.jpg
This is a photograph included in the book: "The Japanese Occupation of the Philippines: A Pictorial History" edited by Ricardo T. Jose and Lydia Yu-Jose. This photograph shows a Japanese soldier teaching Japanese to a class of Filipino children…
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This image was collected and digitized by John Tewell. It is also included in the Filipinas Heritage Library. This photo depicts a Filipino family fleeing the city, most likely at the beginning of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines. The…
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This image was collected and digitized by John Tewell. It is also included in the Filipinas Heritage Library. This photo was taken by an American GI in the Philippines, and shows three children who were orphaned during the war. They are sitting…
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This image was collected and digitized by John Tewell, that was published in an the "Associated Press wire news," in 1941 in the United States. The caption reads: "JAP BOMBERS WIPE OUT FAMILY--San Pablo, Laguna, PI" This photo is also included in the…
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This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. The white areas of this photograph are all burned areas, the smoke is still smoldering from the…
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This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. This photo depicts children playing in the remains of burned section of Tokyo. The caption reads:…
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This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. This is a Japanese photo taken after the aftermath of the fire bombings. The caption reads: "Japanese…
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This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. This image shows houses that were demolished to create a fire break, making it more difficult for…
USUMSS57Box03Book19pg39.jpg
This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. This image depicts the cremation remains of atomic bomb victims.
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This image is a part of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan. This study sought to evaluate the effects and importance of air power. This image is of a family bomb shelter in Kobe, Japan that was dug out of the side of a mountain. The…
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An O.R.T. engine #206 is delivered from the American Car Company on June 11, 1912. Collection notes indicate that the car could seat 48 passengers.
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The U.I.C. engine #510 hauls a freight car in northern Utah sometime between 1930-1940.
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A new U.I.C. engine #60 arrives in Ogden, Utah by rail from the New York, Ontario and Western Railroad. Collection notes indicate that the car was built in 1919 by the American Car Company and that the car seats 30 passengers. The photo shows that…
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A new U.I.C. engine #65 arrives in Ogden, Utah by rail from the Gulf Coast Lines. The collection notes indicate that this engine was built by the American Car Company in 1919 and that it could seat 62 passengers. Delivery in the photo is dated as…
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The U.I.C. engine #513 and passenger car stop in Logan, Utah sometime between 1930-1940. Mail and freight are also being loaded or unloaded from the train.
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The U.I.C. engine #500 parked in Ogden, Utah on June 1, 1944. Advertisements on the wall behind the train appear to be for a fitting company which also advertises for "LDS Brand Garments." Collection notes indicate that this engine was recently…
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A U.I.C. engine #500 near Ogden, Utah on June 1, 1944.
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Passengers board the U.I.C. #513 engine and passenger car in Smithfield, Utah in April 1939. The U.I.C. company logo can be seen very well on the side of the #513.
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Passengers board the U.I.C. #502 engine and passenger car in Preston, Idaho in April 1939.
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A U.I.C. passenger car #504 parked near Logan, Utah on April 22, 1939.
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The U.I.C. engine #513 traveling near Wellsville, Utah on April 21, 1939.
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Another view of the Union Pacific Railroad's Oregon Short Line Station in Logan. This station was shared with the Union Pacific by the Logan Rapid Transit Company, the Ogden, Logan and Idaho Railway Company, and the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad until…
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An early O.L.I. train stops at the Mendon Station. Note that the "Special" #37 engine has the words "Ogden Rapid Transit Company" on the side, indicating that this photo was likely taken in the first years of the O.L.I.'s operation. Passengers…
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The O.L.I./U.I.C.'s Hyrum Station in the winter. The community of Hyrum can be seen to the right of the station in the background. This photo also shows the wye stop for the use of the Hyrum Station agent.
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Brigham City, Utah also benefitted from the services of a street car line at the beginning of the O.L.I./U.I.C.'s operations until the mid 1920s. Here, trolley #22 travels on a street in front of Thos. H. Blackburn Groceries, Livery Feed & Sale…
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David Eccles and his first wife, Bertha. The Eccles resided in Ogden, Utah and had 12 children together. David, as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, participated in the practice of polygamy and was also married to Ellen…
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A photograph of David Eccles, at the age of 51, in 1900. In 1900 Eccles and the Eccles Corporation established the Ogden Rapid Transit Company and started the foundation for what would become the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad.
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A photograph titled "The Eccles Family of Utah." This photo shows David Eccles with his parents and siblings, all of whom traveled from Scotland to Utah in 1863 as immigrants and settled near Ogden, Utah.
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South Cache High School students board the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad near the school in Hyrum, Utah in the 1920s. Hyrum had two train stops to assist students in getting to school and returning to their homes.
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Students of South Cache High School await the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad near the school in Hyrum, Utah in the 1920s. The U.I.C. assisted with the transportation of students to schools throughout Cache Valley and had done so since the establishment…
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A motorman and conductor pause for a photo in their U.I.C. engine while stopped at the Logan wye stop in the 1940s. A newspaper article written later indicated that the names of the motorman and conductor are George Smith and Lon Handy respectively.…
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A snow plow engine and railroad car are stopped at the South end of the wye stop in Logan in the 1940s. These snow plow engines were crucial to the operation of the U.I.C. throughout the winter months in Cache Valley and northern Utah. A number of…
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A U.I.C. freight and passenger train stops at the Logan Station on Main Street in the 1940s. A man loads freight from his truck onto the train as city traffic passes him by. A market, the Capitol Theatre, and the First Security Bank are visible in…
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A U.I.C. freight engine and a U.I.C. passenger engine stopped at the Logan wye stop at 153 South Main Street in the 1940s.
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A U.I.C. engine and passenger car stopped at a wye stop in Logan, Utah in the 1940s. This wye stop was located at 153 South Main Street, the current location of a Motel. This area served as a railyard, coalyard, and wye stop for the U.I.C. throughout…
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A U.I.C. train stopped at the Logan Station on South Main Street in Logan, Utah in the 1940s. The Capitol Theatre and First Security Bank can be seen in the background. Cars lining the street indicate the growing popularity of automobiles and signal…
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The first O.L.I. train enters Lewiston on February 26, 1915. Records state that the first passengers from Lewiston to ride the train are: Goudy A. Hogan, Samuel F. Werser, Peter E. Van Orden, Dr. John M. Bernhisel, Jr., Joseph W. Leavitt, Eulalie…
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A U.I.C. train stops at the Mendon Station in the 1930s.
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The U.I.C. engine #602 travels along a street in Providence.
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A U.I.C. engine and passenger car stopped in Providence, near some houses, during the winter. Someone unloads/loads freight from the train at the rear of the car.
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The U.I.C. engine #506 is inspected by a railroad worker in Providence, Utah.
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A U.I.C. engine and passenger car stopped in Providence. A man can be seen at far left unloading/loading freight from the train.
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The Providence Station of the Utah-Idaho Central Railroad. The station was located at Second West and Center Street in Providence Station. The station no longer stands, a pavilion at Zollinger Park now stands in its place. A station employee stands…
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