A portrait of Edward Eldred Potter, New York State College for Teachers, Class of 1918, in his military uniform worn when he served in the World War I Signal Corps. He died in a plane crash August 1, 1918 during the war. The Potter Club, first a social group and then a fraternity, was named after him. This image is a reproduction, a touch up of the original found in the Alumni Memorabilia Collection.
Major Frederick W. Crumb, New York State College for Teachers, Class of 1930 and World War II veteran. During the war, Crumb served in the Education Branch, Moral Services Division in Army Service Forces.
A portrait of Harold J. Grogan, World War II veteran and a one time faculty member of the Milne School. On the original, stamped in blue, is a mark with the writing "Photographed by Merin-Baliban, 1010 Chestnut St., Phila., PA." "Proof Only." In the top margin is written "Military Service- World War II."
A picture of Daniel Brooks (viewer's left), State University of New York at Albany, Class of 1976, receiving the Meritorious Service Medal from Col. Richard Newton in 1977. Both gentlemen are in military dress.