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The way it was: War effort -- 1944

Jan 27, 2013 Staff

News of World War II dominated Fremont County's front pages in 1944. With virtually every man aged 19-26 in military service, there always was war news of ...


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Counties that met a war bond fundraising quota during World War II received national recognition. Shown with their quota award banner in Riverton were local bond drive clerks Lucille Lang, Opal McLaughlin and Ada Crandall, pictured on Jan 27, 1944. File photo

Counties that met a war bond fundraising quota during World War II received national recognition. Shown with their quota award banner in Riverton were local bond drive clerks Lucille Lang, Opal McLaughlin and Ada Crandall, pictured on Jan 27, 1944. File photo


Counties that met a war bond fundraising quota during World War II received national recognition. Shown with their quota award banner in Riverton were local bond drive clerks Lucille Lang, Opal McLaughlin and Ada Crandall, pictured on Jan 27, 1944. File photo

Counties that met a war bond fundraising quota during World War II received national recognition. Shown with their quota award banner in Riverton were local bond drive clerks Lucille Lang, Opal McLaughlin and Ada Crandall, pictured on Jan 27, 1944. File photo

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