Naming the Unknowns, July 22, 2015

This week’s unknowns brings up to a time a little more current than last week’s photo.  Here’s what we know: The photo is from Camp Craig, 2009.  Clearly, this is a flag ceremony and the time stamp of 7:48am tells us this is morning flag raising.  The folder is labeled as “Thomas.”

We know Lee Craft.  Who is everyone else?  Who is “Thomas” referring to here?

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Photo by “Thomas.” Morning flag raising at Camp Craig, 2009.

Naming the Unknowns, June 24, 2015

Pat Deugaw Day, 2009

This week’s photo is from the collection of Aaron Patten.  The photo is from July 6, 2009, also known as “Pat Deugaw Day,” honoring the EXTREMELY long service of “The Old Soldier.”

We know several of the people here, but there are still a few mysteries.  From Left to Right:

1. Tim Ratliff
2. Unknown woman
3. Ross White
4. Unknown REALLY tall man
5. Unknown man (Shotgun instructor?)
6. Ron Turpin
7. Margaret Deugaw
8. Tom Willhite
9. Pat Deugaw
10. Unknown goateed man
11. Steve Eubank
12. Carl Adkins
13. Jerry Barnett
14. Unknown Man with glasses
15. John Neal (hidden)
16. Grady Eades

Who are 2, 4, 5, 10, and 14?

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Pat Deugaw Day, 2009

Naming the Unknowns, June 17, 2015

Chase Standifer has been very helpful in naming many of the people in his photos.  However, there are still a few mysteries!

These three photos are from Stahlman, 2004.  All are during the singing of Zoomba at a meal.  However, there is no indication of who they are.  Care to fill in the blanks?

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Unknown Zoomba singer 1. Photo by Chase Standifer, 2004.

Unknown Zoomba singer 3. Photo by Chase Standider, 2004.

Unknown Zoomba singer 3. Photo by Chase Standifer, 2004.

Zoomba 2

Unknown Zoomba singer 2. Photo by Chase Standifer, 2004.

Website Updates

As always, we endeavor to make known the changes to the website.

First, we discovered recently that O. E. Brandon has died.  While we haven’t been able to track down an official obituary, we know that Mr. Brandon has left us.  O. E. Brandon worked at the Narrows Boxwell and the Rock Island Boxwell.

Second, we have made updates to our Rock Island history as reported last week:

Finally, as we try to do about every three months, we have updated our banner image.  The original is below.  Photo by Cameron Grady.

Craig Friday Night

This is an image of the Friday Night Campfire from Duck Head. In the late 1990s, the Friday Night Campfire at Craig moved from a small space between sites 10 and 13 to a new location toward Duck Head. It is now located south of the Don Stafford Chapel next to the “new” Activity Yard. on Duck Head.