Based on the letters of Earl Philip Reinhalter (1922-1953). Edited by his son, Earl Philip Reinhalter (1950-).
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Native girls in grass skirts, possibly the Polynesians mentioned in his 5/26/1944 letter.
Native chief in New Guinea.
Dirt road and trees in New Guinea.
A soldier in New Guinea poses with the P-47 flown by Dick Rowland. This was "Miss Mutt II / Pride of Lodi, Ohio," the second of several
"Miss Mutt" planes that Rowland flew. See this blog article for more background. There is also a photo of "Miss Mutt III" on page 80.
A soldier with several natives in New Guinea.
Earl's friend Fred Roussey (standing) and a buddy. At the time, Fred was stationed in Saipan.
Earl says in his 10/11/1944 letter that the photo was sent to him by Fred's mother.
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