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    Posted 9 years ago

    uppereye
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    MY COUSIN PETE FOUND THIS IN A OLD HOME IN OLD RICHMOND TOWN STATEN ISLAND NEW YORK. ALONG WITH DISCHARGE PAPERS FOR THOMAS JEFFERSON SETTLE, DATED 1931 WHO WAS A NAVY SIGNALMAN. HE ALSO HAS PHOTO'S OF BATTLE SHIPS AND OTHER WAR SITUATIONS FROM THAT TIME PERIOD. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF ANYONE KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PHOTO AND SIGNALMAN SETTLE.

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    1. uppereye uppereye, 9 years ago
      LIKE AS MUCH INFO AS POSSIBLE ON THIS PHOTO AND SIGNALMAN SETTLE.
    2. scottvez scottvez, 9 years ago
      Neither is hand signed.

      scott
    3. uppereye uppereye, 9 years ago
      How do you know it is not hand signed
    4. billaknz, 9 years ago
      Hello,

      The photo of Barry Goldwater, a candidate for the U.S. presidency in 1964. He was a senator from Arizona. The signature is probably printed. The "Arizona" was a battleship sunk at Pearl Habour on 7 December 1941.

      Try seaching the web using the quotation marks for "thomas jefferson settle".
      There are a number of results. The ones I briefly looked at refer to someone in the 1800's.

      Regards, Bill
    5. uppereye uppereye, 9 years ago
      thank you Bill, This T.J settle was discharged fro the US NAVY IN 1931

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