Ward & Lenawee

President of the United States of America Martin John Ward First Lieutenant Marine Corps Reserve of the United States 15 December 1943 Registered No. 6 Photo copy 8”x10.5”
President of the United States of America Martin John Ward Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Naval Reserve of the United States 3 December 1943 137797 Photo copy 8”x10.5”
Martin J. Ward, US Navy Reserve Probably taken in Minneapolis, MN Ca. 1942 3.5”x5.5”
Martin J. Ward, Lieutenant UNITED STATES NAVY Indentification Card (Front) Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue Weight 170 Birth: 7/16/1903 3.75”x2.25”
Martin J. Ward, Lieutenant UNITED STATES NAVY Indentification Card (Back) Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue Weight 170 Birth: 7/16/1903 3.75”x2.25”
PLANK OWNER’S Certificate DESTINATION TOKYO M.J. Ward, Lieutenant—Honorary USS Lenawee Commissioned 11 October 1944 11”x8.25”
Commissioning U.S.S. LENAWEE APA 195 “Destination Tokio” Commissioned 11 October 1944
Front & Back covers 11”x8”
Commissioning U.S.S. LENAWEE APA 195 “Destination Tokio” Commissioned 11 October 1944
Inside pages 11”x8”
Martin J. Ward, Lieutenant U.S.S. Lenawee APA 195 Ca. 1945 2.5”x3.75”
Order of the Golden Dragon M.J. Ward, Lieut. Crossed the 180TH meridian on the U.S.S. Lenawee, APA 195 on 1 Feb. 1945 3.75”x2.5”
Shellback initiation March 9, 1945 Aboard USS Lenawee 3.5”x2.5”
“The Court shellback initiation March 9, 1945 Aboard USS Lenawee” 3.5”x2.5”
SHELLBACK M.J. Ward, Lieutenant Crossed the Equator on the U.S.S. Lenawee, APA 195 on 9 March 1945 4”x2.5”
“Taken in the wardroom while at Espiritu Santos (New Hebrides) in March 1945. Third from left.” Martin J. Ward USS Lenawee APA-195 Snapshot 3.75”x2.75”
Black & White photograph of the U.S.S. Lenawee APA-195 Martin J. Ward USS Lenawee APA-195
ca. August 1945