Marine Photographic Squadron 254 (VMD-254) World War II Photograph Album

Marine Photographic Squadron 254 (VMD-254) World War II Photograph Album
World War II photograph album containing images of a base at the Greenville, N.C., airport and of Pacific Theatre battle sites. The owner was Raymond Drew, a member of the Marine Photographic Squadron 254 (VMD-254) which later became a part of Squadron 954 (VMD-954).
Original Format
41cm x 25cm
Local Identifier
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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James Lukes Jul 01 2019

Where is the book available? My Dad, Edward Lukes, was a navigator in this unit and contributed photos to the book which he received a copy of. When he passed away the book went to my brother and he lives in a different state. so I would like to get one for my library.

Malinda Lodge Apr 07 2019

My Father, Harold Lodge (Hal Lee) was a Marine Corps Aerial photographer and still photographer in Asia and China. I have stacks of his photos and memorabilia. I would love to find someone who knew him back then.

rachel schillinger Mar 12 2019

I inherited these same original photos when my grandfather Bernard Schilliger passed away just two weeks ago. I also have a great many personal shots that he took and the negatives. I’d love to hear from anyone who may have any info about his squadron and experience.

Doug DeMarra Dec 19 2016

My father had this metal encased photo album from his father John DeMarra. Pretty crazy to see all the same images. Pretty shots.

Ray Rubinchak Aug 24 2016

I had the album's for years after my stepfather Ray Drew passed I was gonna take them to Quantio when Tom was given the photos he told me he would let me know if anyone had interest in them Glad to see them

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