Sergeant Albert E. Glocker was a motion picture photographer who trained at the Signal Corps Photographic Center Photo School and went on to serve in Combat Photo Unit 10 in the South Pacific. His daughter, Lynn Glocker, tells the story.
Ralph F. Magrino served as fire chief at the Signal Corps Photographic Center from 1942 to 1944, reported his granddaughter, Betty Magrino English, adding another name to the Personnel Roster.
Can you help with this mystery? What was Nat Roger Knaster doing as a photographer/foreign correspondent in places like Madrid, Cairo and Italy during World War II. That's what his nephew, Fred Schock wants to know.
War-time personal recordings for postal mail exchanges, and the technology of kinescoping are topics sought by a free-lance writer developing a book about rarely defined aspects of communications' history.
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