The best part of these photos is looking at each of their expressions - it looks like they had a good time out in the snow that day! These photos are unmarked, but uniforms and insignias indicate United States Army, enlisted.... Continue Reading →
Today we remember the 75th Anniversary of the date which will live in infamy, December 7, 1941. This date marks the anniversary of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, which brought the United States into the horrors of the second World... Continue Reading →
Ford was leading the way during World War II. This fabulous old advertisement ran in the Detroit Free Press on October 23, 1941.
Corporal Richard Livingston (1918-1944) KIA, France, World War II Grosse Pointe News (Grosse Pointe, Michigan), November 9, 1944 "Corp. Richard Livingston, Brilliant Pointe Student, Reported Killed in France" Was on Special Administrative Duty When He Met Death Presumably During Raid... Continue Reading →