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Photo of S/Sgt. John G. Wayne, (left) and Cpl. Ralph M. Hockley in uniform at Army University Center, England.
This is the glass negative of William M. Hepking, a faculty member at Millikin University. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in…