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1301
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy 
 
1302
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy 
 
1303
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy 
 
1304
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy 
 
1305
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy
Cliven Bundy - Patriot, my 13th cousin. 
 
1306
Cliven Bundy - Jason Bullock.
Cliven Bundy - Jason Bullock.
Cliven Bundy with friend and bodyguard, Jason Bullock. 
 
1307
Close Encounter
Close Encounter
1952 seems to have been the peak of terrestrial UFO sightings. On March 29th at 11:20am U.S. Air Force pilot LT David C. Brigham was on a training exercise in the skies of northern Japan when had a UFO which came within 50 feet of his aircraft. It was easily able to fly faster that the jet fighters that were accompanying him with no visible means of propulsion. If there were any little green men aboard they were very little as the object was only 8 inches in diameter and very thin!

Mulder: Grey.
Me: Excuse me?
Mulder: "Grey. You said little green men. A Reticulan skin tone is actually grey. They're notorious for their extraction of terrestrial human livers due to iron depletion in the Reticulum galaxy."
Me: "You can't be serious."
Mulder: "Do you have any idea what liver and onions go for on Reticula?"

In any case the Project Blue Book investigation states "CONCLUSION: UNSOLVED". Available in the media attached to David's page are newspaper accounts of the incident as well as government documents related to the investigation. 
 
1308
Coach 'Midge' Merle Makeever
Coach "Midge" Merle Makeever
The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa) 31 Dec 1926, Friday, Page 11 
 
1309
Coast Guard.
Coast Guard.
Coast Guard. WWII recruiting poster. 
 
1310
Col Ephraim Brigham Home.
Col Ephraim Brigham Home.
The History of the Brigham Family, A Record of Several Thousand Descendants of Thomas Brigham the Emigrant, 1603-1653. By W.I. Tyler Brigham. Published by the Grafton Press, New York, 1907 
 
1311
Col Francis Peabody.
Col Francis Peabody.
"History of Essex County, Massachusetts", by Duane Hamilton Hurd, Published 1888, Philadelphia, J. W. Lewis & Co. Page (facing) 231. 
 
1312
Col James Butterfield.
Col James Butterfield.
Col James Butterfield. 
 
1313
Col. J. H. Rice.
Col. J. H. Rice.
Historical Brighton, Volume Two, An Illustrated History Of Brighton And It's Citizens by J.P.C. Winship. George A. Warren publisher, Boston, 1902. Page 68. 
 
1314
Col. Mathew H. Avery.
Col. Mathew H. Avery.
History of the Tenth Regiment of Calvary New York State Volunteers August 1861 to August 1865 page 284. By N.D. Preston. Published by the Tenth Calvary New York Association, D. Appleton and Company, New York 1892. 
 
1315
Colby and his brother Kyle Nagel.
Colby and his brother Kyle Nagel.
Colby and his brother Kyle Nagel. 
 
1316
Colby David Nagel
Colby David Nagel
Colby David Nagel 
 
1317
Colby David Nagel
Colby David Nagel
Colby David Nagel 
 
1318
Colby David Nagel.
Colby David Nagel.
Colby David Nagel taken 2004. 
 
1319
Colby Nagel
Colby Nagel
Colby Nagel 
 
1320
Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight.
Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight.
Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight. 
 
1321
Colby Nagel Baptism.
Colby Nagel Baptism.
Colby Nagel Baptism. 
 
1322
Coldwater Michigan.
Coldwater Michigan.
Chicago Street, looking west, Coldwater, Michigan. Postcard image circa 1930–1945. 
 
1323
Colfax Statue 1904.
Colfax Statue 1904.
Colfax Statue 1904. 
 
1324
Colleen Farrington
Colleen Farrington
Colleen Farrington 
 
1325
Colleran-Remick Marriage.
Colleran-Remick Marriage.
Colleran-Remick Marriage. 
 
1326
Colonel Alexander Popham
Colonel Alexander Popham
Colonel Alexander Popham 
 
1327
Colonel Douglas Harry Wheelock
Colonel Douglas Harry Wheelock
Douglas is a veteran of one space shuttle flight and an extended stay aboard the International Space Station that he reached by flying with Russia aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. 
 
1328
Colonel Edwin E. Aldrin USAF.
Colonel Edwin E. Aldrin USAF.
Colonel Edwin E. Aldrin USAF. 
 
1329
Colonel Edwin Eugene 'Buzz' Aldrin, Jr.
Colonel Edwin Eugene "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr.
Colonel Edwin Eugene "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr. 
 
1330
Colonel Edwin Eugene 'Buzz' Aldrin, Jr.
Colonel Edwin Eugene "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr.
In 1966 he took part in the last of the Gemini missions and became the first astronaut to successfully work outside of the spacecraft for an extended period of time. In 1969 he became the second man to set foot on the moon. 
 
1331
Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham
Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham
Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham 
 
1332
Colonel Isaac Erwin Avery
Colonel Isaac Erwin Avery
The Groton Avery Clan Volume I page 617. By Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery. Cleveland 1912. 
 
1333
Colonel Isaac Irwin Avery
Colonel Isaac Irwin Avery
Photo of Colonel Isaac Irwin Avery off the Washington Confederate Cemetery historical marker in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. 
 
1334
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw 
 
1335
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw.
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw.
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw. 
 
1336
Colonel Waightstill Avery Service.
Colonel Waightstill Avery Service.
DAR marker at Colonel Waightstill Avery's grave site. 
 
1337
Colonel William E Morgan.
Colonel William E Morgan.
Commemorative Biographical Record of New Haven County, Connecticut: Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and of Many of the Early Settled families, Illustrated. Author not stated. Published by J.H. Beeres & Company, Chicago 1902. Page (facing) 208. 
 
1338
Colt Peacemaker.
Colt Peacemaker.
The six-gun of the wild wild west. The 1873 Colt Single Action Army revolver, known as the "Peacemaker," was the favorite sidearm of gunmen on both sides of the law. It gained the nickname “The Gun That Won The West” when the showman and bison hunter Buffalo Bill, traveled around telling stories about the gun’s accuracy.

Far beyond that General George Patton carried one with a nickel finish and ivory grip during the Second World War. The production of the Peacemaker ceased after the World War II. It was reintroduced in 1956. The second wave of popularity arose due to being seen in the hands of John Wayne and others on the "silver screen". it is still being produced. 
 
1339
Columbia Correctional Institution.
Columbia Correctional Institution.
Columbia Correctional Institution. 
 
1340
Columbia on the Launch Pad.
Columbia on the Launch Pad.
Columbia sits on the launch pad the night before it's mission. Note that the booster which became known for it's iconic orange color is white. It was painted white for the first two missions. Then the engineers realized that leaving the paint off would be a weight savings of about 600 pounds. 
 
1341
Columbian Exhibition 1893.
Columbian Exhibition 1893.
Rand, McNally & Company, Chicago 25 July 1893. 
 
1342
Columbian Exposition.
Columbian Exposition.
World's Columbian Exposition 1893. The first Ferris wheel. 
 
1343
Command Service Module.
Command Service Module.
NASA workers ready to mount the Apollo 11 Command Service Module to the adapter that will allow it to be attached to the Saturn V booster.  
 
1344
Company H, 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Unfortunately the names of the pictured individuals were not recorded but we can assume both Freds are in this picture.
Company H, 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Unfortunately the names of the pictured individuals were not recorded but we can assume both Freds are in this picture.
Michigan Volunteers of '98 a Complete Photographic Record of Michigan's Part in the 1898 Spanish-American War. Published by G.F. Sterling Detroit, Michigan 1898. Pages not numbered. About page 43.  
 
1345
Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
The main mission of STS-37 was the deployment of the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. 
 
1346
Concordia
Concordia
Concordia 
 
1347
Confederate Army.
Confederate Army.
Confederate Army. Part of plate 172 of the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies". 
 
1348
Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery.
Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery.
Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery. 
 
1349
Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass. 
 
1350
Congressional Cemetery Chapel.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel. 
 

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