10 results found for: subject:"Holland, W. L. (William Lancelot), 1907---Photographs"

Gallery view

1945 Aug. 2

Chungking airport

Chongqing (China) - Holland in uniform and comrades on tarmac in front of transport plane.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug.

W. L. Holland at Japanese surrender

Nanjing (China) - Holland and two others posed in front of Chinese banner.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 July 3

W. L. Holland at the piano

Chongqing (China) - "View of daddy (and his teeth) at the Independence Day dance for the OWI staff. Some smirk!"

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug.

Japanese surrender at Nanjing

Nanjing (China) - Holland and two others posed in front of Chinese banner.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug.

Nanjing airfield

Nanjing (China) - "OWI team en route to Shanghai after Japanese surrender" seated before cargo plane; Holland seated third from the left.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 June

OWI staff hostel

Chongqing (China) - View of the residence for Office of War Information staff; "My room is at top right-hand corner. Bath room below. Dining room and lounge in old hostel at left."

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug.

Japanese surrender at Nanjing

Nanjing (China) - Group of three, including Holland (left) and Brad Connors (right).

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug.

Japanese surrender at Nanjing

Nanjing (China) - Holland and Brad Connors standing in front of Chinese banner.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 June

OWI Chungking

Chongqing (China) - "The bracing youth is Abe Pivowitz (that's right) from the Bronx -- our code expert -- formerly employed in Bloomingdale's warehouse. A Saroyan character who bears all the woes of the world on his shoulders."

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 June

Shanghai

Shanghai (China) - Japanese soldier in truck, parked before Hotel Pacific which is draped with banner of Chiang Kai-Shek.

W. L. Holland Papers