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194 items in this album on 10 pages.

US Marines resting, Guadalcanal, Aug-Sep 1942US warships firing at Japanese aircraft, Guadalcanal, 1942
US Marines resting, Guadalcanal, Aug-Sep 1942US warships firing at Japanese aircraft, Guadalcanal, 1942
Wrecked Japanese landing craft, Gavutu Beach, Guadalcanal, Aug-Sep 1942Japanese troops arriving on Guadalcanal, circa early Sep 1942; note Savo Island in background
Wrecked Japanese landing craft, Gavutu Beach, Guadalcanal, Aug-Sep 1942Japanese troops arriving on Guadalcanal, circa early Sep 1942; note Savo Island in background
A temporary bridge built with amphibian tractors as floats, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942A United States Marine Corps SBD Dauntless light bomber in flight over Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, late 1942.
A temporary bridge built with amphibian tractors as floats, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942A United States Marine Corps SBD Dauntless light bomber in flight over Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, late 1942.
Captured Japanese ice plant, Guadalcanal, late 1942Destroyed building, Guadalcanal, late 1942
Captured Japanese ice plant, Guadalcanal, late 1942Destroyed building, Guadalcanal, late 1942
F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 1 of 2F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 2 of 2
F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 1 of 2F4F Wildcat fighters of the US Navy and US Marines lined up on Henderson Field on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Jan 1943, photo 2 of 2
Generals Thomas Holcomb and Alexander Vandegrift on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942Jeep crossing a coconut tree log bridge over the Bonegi River, Guadalcanal, late 1942
Generals Thomas Holcomb and Alexander Vandegrift on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942Jeep crossing a coconut tree log bridge over the Bonegi River, Guadalcanal, late 1942
Jeeps, Guadalcanal, late 1942Lewis Puller on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942
Jeeps, Guadalcanal, late 1942Lewis Puller on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942
Makeshift defensive structure built by US Marines due to barbed wire shortage, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942Smoke rising from a crashed Japanese aircraft, off Guadalcanal, late 1942; photo taken from transport Crescent City
Makeshift defensive structure built by US Marines due to barbed wire shortage, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942Smoke rising from a crashed Japanese aircraft, off Guadalcanal, late 1942; photo taken from transport Crescent City
Tenaru River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942US Army Jeeps driving up Wright Road toward the area of the Japanese Gifu strongpoint on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942.
Tenaru River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942US Army Jeeps driving up Wright Road toward the area of the Japanese Gifu strongpoint on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942.
US Marine aviators Major John Smith, Major Robert Galer, and Captain Marion Carl having just received Navy Cross medals, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position over a Matanikao River crossing, Guadalcanal, Sep-Oct 1942
US Marine aviators Major John Smith, Major Robert Galer, and Captain Marion Carl having just received Navy Cross medals, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 1942US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position over a Matanikao River crossing, Guadalcanal, Sep-Oct 1942

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