Based on the letters of Earl Philip Reinhalter (1922-1953). Edited by his son, Earl Philip Reinhalter (1950-).
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Laundry being done by natives at a river. According to his March 22, 1945 letter: "Here on Sunday is where the fishing boats tie up. Cement steps go down to
the water level. Just to the left of this scene would be found the marketplace. The building shown with the highest roof is where the cockfights are held."
An outrigger boat on the river in Leyte, Philippines, 1944.
A Catholic church in Leyte, Philippines, built in 1704 by the Spanish.
There are other photos of this church on page 84 and page 91.
Boys swimming in the river in Leyte, Philippines, 1944.
Earl with a Jap flag in the Philippines.
A crashed Jap plane.
Earl and plane, probably in New Guinea, 1944. The photo album caption (Philippines) appears to be wrong.
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