My mother's friend gave us a page of the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph dated Thursday, 29 July 1943.
It features under the heading "Our Boys' Honor Roll" eight rows of eleven photos each of Pittsburgh area soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines then in the service. Below each photo is the name, rank, branch of service, hometown, street addresses in some cases and the name of a family member.
I had intended to scan the page but reconsidered that after realizing the paper is too fragile to allow it.
Instead, I photographed the entire page with my Canon DSLR, encompassing ten to twelve images per photo.
Unfortunately, because of the way the page was folded and because the paper is nearly sixty-three years old, some of the 88 photos are not complete, i.e., they have been torn or creased.Nevertheless, most of them are intact, and I was able to get pretty good results using ISO 800 with my camera.
I also created an Excel worksheet listing the names, hometowns, branch of service and rank.
Since I don't know what the maximum message size is in the forum, I shall list the data from the Excel worksheet in replies to this.
If anyone discovers a relative and wants a photo from the page, just email me.