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Image 1: [A Havasupai Indian rodeo contestant making a calf tie. Judge with flag (on horse) drops it the instance the tie is completed. The action took place at an all-indian rodeo on the Havasupai reservation in the Grand Canyon.] [1 item] (1941) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 2: A modern style Havasupai Indian house. All materials for structures such as this must be packed down a canyon trail on horses. Sandstone wall behind house rises 300 feet above the canyon floor. [1 item] (1940) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 3: Aboard the USS Augusta enroute to Antwerp. On the Bridge of the USS Augusta the President listens while Captain James H. Foskett, commanding officer of the ship, explains the workings of the gyro repeater and the azimuth circle. In the center is Secretary of State James F. Byrnes. The crew rated their Commander-in-Chief a 'Four-Oh' sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' for many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. The Commander-in-Chief wasted little time in getting 'squared away' aboard the heavy cruiser. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 4: Aboard the USS Augusta enroute to Antwerp. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes (left) with President Truman on the bow of the USS Augusta. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 5: Aboard the USS Augusta enroute to Antwerp. The Commander-in-Chief, strictly a 'four-oh' fellow in the minds of the crew aboard the USS Augusta, eats a noon meal in the crew's mess hall. The President took his place 'in line' with a 'GI' [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 6: ABOARD THE USS AUGUSTA ENROUTE TO ANTWERP The President is greeted by units of the British fleet upon his arrival in Europe. As a British destroyer passes in salute, its crew standing at attention topside, the President along with Secretary of State Byrnes (right) acknowledges the greeting with spontaneous waves. The crew rated their Commander-in-chief a 'Four-Oh' sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 7: Aboard the USS Augusta Enroute to Antwerp. The President lunches with Richard Stowell, Seaman, First Class, in the crew's mess. July 7-15, 1945. The Crew Rated Their Commander-in-Chief a 'Four-Oh' Sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. The Commander-in-Chief wasted little time in getting 'squared away' aboard the heavy cruiser. He was all over the ship, from bridge to engine room, making informal inspections. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 8: Aboard the USS Augusta Enroute to Antwerp. The President made a thorough but informal inspection of the USS AUGUSTA while enroute to the Big Three meeting. Here the Commander-in-Chief inspects the engine room. Explaining machinery to President Truman is Lt. Comdr. N.V. King, USNR, the ship's Engineering Officer. The Crew Rated Their Commander-in-Chief A 'Four-Oh' Sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 9: Aerial looking up the Grand Canyon from Hualapai (Bridge Canyon) Dam site. Ervin escaped up cliffs near top of picture. [1 item] (1967) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 10: Aerial of mouth of Spring Canyon, Mile 104 1/2. Contains archaelogical sites. [1 item] (1956) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-

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