WWII-Work Assignments/New Guinea.
Pencil drawing of a soldier sitting at a desk with a typewriter. Another facing away sits at a desk in the background.
Maurice explained that after he finished clerical school, he was kept with the unit but was assigned to prepare the payrolls and records of all the soldiers in the anti-aircraft units in the South Pacific. The crew worked 24 hours; his was the 11 pm-7 am shift.
Full View of the front entrance on the west side of the Administration Building with view of trees and a car parked in front. Telephone poles to the right.
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This sawmill uses a circular blade and is driven by a 19th century steam engine. In the 1960s this was the typical system used in much of rural Chile. Enrique Luengo ran this mill in 1967 and produced largely Tepa lumber, which he had difficulty selling.
A bus traveling on a gravel road from Pucón, Chile to San Martin, Argentina crossed Lago Tromen on a ferry. The lake is located near the Andean summit . Peace Corps Volunteer Bruce Weber is standing next the Chilean National Flag and the ferry operator.
In a high saddle separating Caburgua from the Huife Valley the rural community of Paillaco built a school. The first teacher, Teodoro Mättig, expanded the school to include the sixth grade. Professor Mattig, likewise, was a strong proponent for the Caburgua school, improved roads, and innocative forestry and farming.