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Photo Album

Below is a sampling of the family photos from some of the posts on this blog. Check back here often as new photos will be added throughout the project.

Photo of brothers Anthony (l) and Stanley (r) Murawski dated April 9, 1939, well before they were separated by WWII.

Photo of brothers Anthony (l) and Stanley (r) Murawski dated April 9, 1939, well before they were separated by WWII.

The Murawski's October 4, 1942. Left to right: Anthony (Dad), Mama, Anna, Stanley.

The Murawski’s October 4, 1942. Left to right: Anthony (Dad), Mama, Anna, Stanley.

Stanley Murawski c Dec.1942- Jan. 1943 Taken in front of the Colorado State House in Denver while stationed at Ft. Logan.

Stanley Murawski c. Dec.1942- Jan. 1943. Taken in front of the Colorado State House in Denver while stationed at Ft. Logan.

Dad in his uniform during a break at Basic Training in Miami Beach

January 1943. Dad in his uniform during a break at Basic Training in Miami Beach.

Dad in Miami Beach during a break from Basic Training, February, 1943.

Dad in Miami Beach during a break from Basic Training, February, 1943.

Dad's formal portrait which was taken early in his service.

Dad’s formal portrait which was taken early in his service.

April 1943. PFC Anthony Murawski by the Apple River at the Savanna Section Ordnance School, Savanna, Illinois.

April, 1943. PFC Anthony Murawski by the Apple River at the Savanna Section Ordnance School, Savanna, Illinois.

 

Stanley Murawski home in Albany on furlough in May of 1943. He had a 2 1/2 day train ride from Ephrata Army Air Base in Washington State to get home. Here he meets his niece Theresa-Marie for the first time. She was born after he was called up the previous October.

Stanley Murawski home in Albany on furlough in May of 1943. He had a 2 1/2 day train ride from Ephrata Army Air Base in Washington State to get home. Here he meets his niece Theresa-Marie for the first time. She was born after he was called up the previous October.

 

An undated pre-war photo. L-R: Anthony Murawski, Edward Lubinski, Anna Lubinski (nee Murawski), unknown, Stanley Murawski. Given that this photo is undated I am not sure if Anna and Eddie are married at this time. Anna recalls in her letter "how we three used to play".

An undated pre-war photo. L-R: Anthony Murawski, Edward Lubinski, Anna Lubinski (nee Murawski), unknown, Stanley Murawski. Given that this photo is undated I am not sure if Anna and Eddie are married at this time. Anna recalls in her letter “how we three used to play”.

Stanley Murawski working at his desk at Great Falls Army Air Base. In his letter he notes "I sure had a mess of papers on my desk."

Stanley Murawski working at his desk at Great Falls Army Air Base. In his letter he notes “I sure had a mess of papers on my desk.” Photo dated July 15, 1943

A picture of Dad with his niece Terry taken while he was home on furlough in the beginning of August 1943.

A picture of Dad with his niece Terry taken while he was home on furlough in the beginning of August 1943.

Photo of Dad in front of the Barracks on Guam in October 1945.


One Response to Photo Album

  1. Paul Allonby

    Hi, I run a facebook tribute page about the crew of a B17 from the 305BG who trained at Geiger Field and who were sadly killed in action in 1944 (www.facebook.com/EndcliffeParkB17) on which I mention pages of interest – I’ve put a link on my page today to your page, as I think it gives a great insight into what was happening ”back home” during WW2, with some great postings which I – and hopefully now others with a mutual interest – always enjoy reading. with good wishes, Paul.

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