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One of my favorite 1940s Scrapbooks! This large bound volume measures 15.75" x 12" and is full front to back (70+ pages) with news paper articles, ephemera, etc. Topics/Articles include:

Oregon City
Enola Gay
Okinawa Typhoon
News of Men in Service
Tokyo Rose
Hitler / Nazi articles / maps
Merchant Marines
Maritime Union / Strikes / Strike Breaking / Strike End
1946 Oregon Flooding
Oregon Weddings / Happenings

Also has ephemera (Non News Articles) including:
Liberty Regulations for Liberty Parties, warning of booby traps / typhus etc.
Telegrams sent to James Miller of the S.S. Sonoma while he was in Melbourne AU
Hotel slips / receipts / stubs from various spots in Australia
Beer labels from AU
Elvgren pinup girl on bike for June-Aug 1949
**An Awesome "True Copy of the Entry from the Official Log of the S. S. Samuel K. Barlow" detailing the mutinous conduct of James Miller resulting in fines / docked pay**
RADIOGRAMS from Matson Navigation Company
**Mackay Radio Radiogram from HARRY S TRUMAN thanking the merchant ships / Merchant Marines for their hard work - Christmas Message**

and more.

Very cool look at the late War effort and the effort of the Merchant Marines in the immediate Post-WWII time frame. Very special collection that will keep you reading for days.

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1940s Scrap Book Merchant Marines Military Oregon Travel


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: paper, newspapers, ephemera
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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