Yes, you sure can use this photograph in your book. No problem there. I was standing at the Phan Rang Military Passenger Terminal waiting for the arrival of a plane that was heading to Saigon. I am pleased that you can use it. :-)
OH Kent I have not told you my name, How stupid of me. My name is Preston Pressley
Ex Sgt E -5 us army.
The only flagpole when I was there was on the east end of the parade field, next to a Sherman tank. There was still a reviewing stand as shown in your photo.
Hi Anna, many thanks for visit and liking! Greetings from Germany to Estonia, Klaus
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This building no longer exists. It was torn down about 1986 and a new school built on the site. My wife taught school in this building from 1980 to 1986 when the school district was merged with the Dundy County (Benkelman) school district.
For sure! While I have not seen the one at Creede, the one at Leadville is in such a scenic location.
Thank you for your comments, Kinh Dinh. By today's "digital" standards they are a bit washed out. At the time, however, they were the best possible way of recording what one wanted to remember (35mm Kodachrome). I am sure that both places look much different today, and I have felt that it is important to show places from a historical perspective. One can see progress and change through the years.
Your comments brought about more thoughts of Bad Nauheim and the feeling that anyone who enjoyed/enjoys Nauheim as much as we did might wish to be aware of the book/movie "The Good Soldier". The book was written in 1915 by British author Ford Madox Ford. It was made in to a movie of the same name in 1981. Portions of the book and the film are set in Nauheim where the characters in the book would visit each Summer for a heart cure. It is special to see the scenes of Nauheim in the movie.