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Leroy S. Hulan : 5th District United States Life Saving Stations Photographs – Continued Collection

15 Nov

The collection continues…

On March 27th, 2011, Richard Hulan and myself put together the first blog exhibiting the photographs that his Father, Leroy S. Hulan, took in 1944 while manning the role of USNR Chaplain assigned to the Coast Guard lifeboat stations of the 5th Naval District. The collection featured the stations located on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.

One may view the blog here: https://hatgensoc.wordpress.com/2011/03/27/leroy-s-hulan-outer-banks-life-saving-stations-2/

Fifteen additional photographs have now been added to this online collection. All stations were located within the United States LSS 5th district. Please click on photographs to view larger images.

Assateague LSS

Cobb Island LSS

Hog Island LSS

Little Creek LSS

Little Island LSS

Little Machipongo LSS

Metomkin Island LSS

Metomkin Island LSS

North Beach LSS

Ocean City LSS

Popes Island LSS

Smith Island Dock

Virginia Beach Lifeboat Station Office

Wallops Morring Dock

Wash Woods Tower

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2 responses to “Leroy S. Hulan : 5th District United States Life Saving Stations Photographs – Continued Collection

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  2. Jasper Williams

    December 4, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    Thanks my grandfather Vetter J Williams was stationed at Wash Woods..

     

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