Photo on the right of the leather frame. Here is the front and the back of the photo.
Forrest E Coker - 1942 military training at Camp Robinson, AR - 1942 Dad was 23 years old.
Forrest Coker and my first dog, Taffy. This might have been taken in back of the home on Pearl street, Havana, 1948? Dad was 29. You can tell Taffy loved to dress up by her face.
Here is the original building located in Little Rock, AR.
Forrest Coker by the rank on his arm, this was taken after the war. He served in the US Army from 1942 to 1945, until the end of the conflict.
Apparently, Forrest's sister, Darlene Coker Davis came to see dad off to the war. Little Rock, AR - 1942
Wilma Coker 1939-2
Wilma Coker 1939
Wilma Coker C
Wilma Coker E
Wilma Coker G
WILMA COKER 6
WILMA COKER 5
This is the photo on the left of the leather photo frame. Here is the front and the back of the photo.
Forrest E Coker - 1942 military training at Camp Robinson, AR - 1942 - Dad was 23 years old.
Forrest Coker - 1942 military training before being shipped of to the European theater during world 2 at Camp Robinson, AR. He was 23 years old
Linnie Mae Coker (mother) Forrest E Coker (son) & Johnnie Austin Coker (father) - There are a few thing to notice in this photo. Johnnie Coker has a cigar in his hand. The are standing in from of where the great General Douglas Mac Arthur was born. This was taken on a trip to see their son before leaving for world war 2. - 1942
Forrest E Coker age 20 - The back of this photo his wife wrote, "Bud Coker age 20 - When we first started dating?" This type of photography was shot in Black & White, then the photographer would lightly hand color the eyes skin and lips.
FORREST COKER 1942
I took this photo in 1965 with a 126 Instamatic camera at the Methodist church, Havana, IL