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    • Installation Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: During the IBM 360 ribbon cutting ceremony held at the Management Information Systems Office, Fort Sheridan, Don Maxwell, IBM marketing representative (r), explains the system to Mark Endsley (l), Information Officer, Fort Riley,...
    • Soap Box Derby

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Davis reads rule book regarding building of racer as his son Ray, 11 years old, starts to build one. The Soap Box Derby is open to all boys, 11 thru 15, at Highland Park, Illinois.
    • Installation Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Rose Cram (l), EAM operator, and Edward Brewczynski (r), chief operator, look at the IBM card sorter which is replaced by the IBM 360. Both are of the Management Information Systems Office, Fort Sheridan.
    • Open House, Fort Sheridan

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Open house for Wilmette and other North Shore citizens at Fort Sheridan. Here an Army crew demonstrates a "new" 37mm anti-aircraft gun for a pig-tailed little lady at right. September 28, 1940
    • Installation Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Mr. Rod E. Warren (r), marketing manager IBM, explains the advantages ofthe new IBM 360 system over the card system to Private Brent Randolph (l), EAM operator; and Rodney Kirkpatrick (c), computor technician. The IBM 360 is...
    • Soap Box Derby, Fort Sheridan

    • United States. Army;
    • Written on back of photo: Highland Park Jaycees Soap Box Derby, 4th of July late 60s; Jack Standeven, Steve McAlister, Ltc. John Standeven, Soap Box Derby Clinic - Fort Sheridan.
    • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Colonel Edwin A. Nichols, Commanding Officer Fort Sheridan, cuts the ribbon signaling the Official opening of the 1969 Officers Beach, while interested observers assist. Ceremony was held on Frday, 30 May 1969.
    • Luncheon

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: The Commanding General, Fifth United States Army, Lieutenant General John H. Michaelis, greets Mrs. William Fox, Treasurer of Lake Bluff, representing Mr. L.A. Van Vlesslingen, President of Board of Trustees, Lake Bluff, at the...
    • Luncheon

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: The Commanding General, Fifth United States Army, Lieutenant General John H. Michaelis, greets Mr. Marvin Tomme, Editor, Highland Park Star Newspaper, Highland Park, Illinois, at the mayors luncheon held at Fort Sheridan, 18...
    • Visit

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Congressman Robert McClory, (R 12th), was at Fort Sheridan today to visit with Project Aware youngsters. Congressman and Mrs. McClory pose for photograph with Colonel Richard M. Leonard, Commanding Officer, Fort Sheridan.
    • EEO Conference

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: (From left) Mr. James Weber, Mr. Walter Jackson, Miss Geraldine Clason, chairman of councils; and Mrs. Penny Brown, Director of Equal Employment Opportunity, Fort Sheridan, look at the Commanders Equal Employment Opportunity...
    • NRA Qualification Awards Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Lieutenant Colonel Edward J. Gotthelf gives instructions to members of Fort Sheridans National Rifle Association Junior Rifle Club. LTC Gotthelf is the Club Director.
    • Soap Box Derby, Fort Sheridan

    • United States. Army;
    • Written on back of photo: Highland Park Jaycees Soap Box Derby, 4th of July, late 60s. Jack Standeven, Steve McAlister, Ltc. John Standeven, Soap Box Derby Clinic - Director, Ft. Sheridan.
    • Installation Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Stephen Brewczynski, systems analyst (r), explains the advantages of the IBM 360 system to guests at a ribbon cutting ceremony (from left) Colonel H. Tearse, Director of Medical Department Activities, Fort Sheridan; Roy Fickel,...
    • Open House at Fort Sheridan

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: 3 inch guns in action on the Fort Sheridan beach, viewed from the Clay Bowl up on the bluff. Open house for Wilmette and other North Shore citizens at Fort Sheridan. September 28, 1940.
    • Retired Activities Day

    • United States. Army
    • Back of photo: The 19th Retired Activities Day is being held at Fort Sheridan. Retirees were welcomed to Post by Hq Fifth U.S. Army and Fort Sheridan staff. (From left) Mrs. Josie W. Brown, Sergeant First Class (retired) Matthew L. Brown and...
    • Visit

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Congressman Robert McClory, (R 12th), was at Fort Sheridan today to visit with Project Aware youngsters. Congressman McClory (right) observes Captain Francis G.A. Solga, Dental Officer, Dental Detachment, Fort Sheridan, instruct...
    • 26th Unit Day Ceremonies

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Eleven members of the fledgling Fifth Army of World War II gather at the Unit Day ceremony in the NCO Club. They are: front, from left, Edward Kokat, Lawrence Caraway, William Gardner, Martin Tatar, William Day and Henry Gruenewald;...
    • ROTC Tour

    • United States. Army
    • Back of photo: ROTC cadets from Wheaton College toured Fort Sheridan today. Sergeant First Class, Charles Nesmith, Consolidated Mess shows cadets the serving line. Cadets are: (from left) David Wing, Thomas Southas and Tom Switzer.
    • Installation Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Judith Morrow, computor programmer (c), shows operation of newly installed IBM 360 to co-workers Donna Hinty (l), computor technician, and Lorelle Price (r), clerk typist. All are of the Management Information Systems Office, Fort...
    • Open House at Fort Sheridan

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: 3-inch anti-aircraft gun, manned by members of the 61st AA or Coast Guard regiment, on display at the Open House for Wilmette and other North Shore citizens at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. September 28, 1940.
    • Presidential Prayer Breakfast

    • United States. Army
    • Back of photo: Invocation, 18th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast held at Fort Sheridan's Non Commissioned Officers Club. At the head table are (from left) Command Sergeant Major Daniel J. Quinn, CSM, Fort Sheridan; Colonel S. Kingdon Avery,...
    • Dedication - Fifth Army Chapel - 11 April 1947

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Col. William A. Collier; Rev. Martin L. Graebner, B.A., B.D.; Capt. George H. Cushman; Most Rev. Bernard J. Sheil, D.D.; Lt. General Walton H. Walker; Rev. Edward S. White, D.D.; Rev. Ward Morrison; Lt. Col. Sidney M. Forbes; Rt....
    • New Chief of Staff Arrives

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Major General Benjamin O. Turnage, incoming Chief of Staff (foreground), receives honors marking his arrival at Fifth Army Headquarters replacing Brigadier General George M. Jones (second row, left) who will depart for an Alaska...
    • NRA Qualification Awards Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Thirteen members of Fort Sheridans National Rifle Association Junior Rifle Club were awarded NRA Qualification Ratings. The awards were presented by Colonel Victor G. Conley, Post Commander, Fort Sheridan. Shown in action is...
    • Change of Command Ceremony

    • United States. Army;
    • Back of photo: Former and Present Commanding Officers and First Sergeant of the 204th Military Police Company, Fort Sheridan, pose for photo following Change of Command ceremony. (From left) are: Captain Skevos G. Pavlou, former CO and presently...

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