Shemya post-wwii scrapbooks (Earl Mahoney)
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2. Earl J. Mahoney and Bob Marini, Shemya 1960.
View Of The Composite Building 600 From GE Antenna. [Earl Mahoney] View Of The Composite Building 600 From GE Antenna. [Earl Mahoney] View Of The Composite Building 600 From GE Antenna. [Earl Mahoney] Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK. 1960 Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK. 1960 Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK. 1960 Earl Mahoney, Bob Marini, Shemya 1960. [Earl Mahoney] Composite Building 600. [Frank Cosmano] Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK, 1960. [Earl Mahoney]
4. Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK, 1960
SW View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] SW View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] SW View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney]
5. SW view of Shemya from GE Antennas.
NE View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] NE View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] NE View Of Shemya From GE Antennas, 1960. [Earl Mahoney]
6. The Shemya “Plug.” [Pull it, and the island sinks!]
GE Antennas, Shemya 1960. [Earl Mahoney] GE Antennas, Shemya 1960. [Earl Mahoney] GE Antennas, Shemya 1960. [Earl Mahoney]
7. GE Antennas, Shemya 1960.
Possibly Seeing The Sun! Shemya, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] Possibly Seeing The Sun! Shemya, 1960. [Earl Mahoney] Possibly Seeing The Sun! Shemya, 1960. [Earl Mahoney]
8. Earl Mahoney and Bob Marini possibly seeing the sun! Shemya, 1960.
3. Shemya, Aleutian Islands, AK, 1960.
1. View of the Composite Building 600 from GE antennas looking SW.
Enjoyed the web site of Shemya. I was on Shemya in 1960 and 1961, working as a contract technician with General Electric. I have signed the guestbook and subsequently received an e-mail from another person who was there the same time that I was. In fact, he lives in the next town to me here in Massachusetts! Small world, huh? These original photos were 3 1/2 by 4 1/2 but were in pretty poor condition. Some were very low in contrast and pretty muddy so I did some very quick diddling with them. There are only a few names that I do remember from my time there but that was going on forty three years ago and I was only there a year. Of course, we had a "Boozer" at that time, too. I had some pictures I took of the recovery from the bay of a huge, diesel electric generator that was dropped overboard from the delivery barge. I was supposed to be one of the divers on the job but ended up as the photographer. By the way, the fellow that was there at the same time as I was--we plan to get together after the holidays and have coffee and talk over our time on "The Rock." Earl Mahoney