I recently came into possession of an old photo album from the Gouverneur area of St. It appears to include items related to the RAVEN family, most likely the descendents of Peter G. The album contains 24 photographs and two memorial cards. Albert Stanley Raven was born around 1912-1913 so this picture would be from around 1913.
Ive scanned them all in and would appreciate it if anyone seeing this can help me identify any of the people in the pictures.
Frank, Doc Rio was the King of the 'Short Arm' inspection. Because of his background of expertise and the initial jumping experience I would say that it was another airplane we were trying to document could drop us to a quick recon for the amphibious forces and/or a "special" racer was needed and they need a "quick look" by someone that could present the experience graphically for "special" needs. Fat Rat was not a "Sky King" from airops that had just started as a department. The museum had a paper mannequin of a frogman displayed in the shallow pond at the entrance to the museum on the south side.
Cosby Show kid who starred as psychic Raven Baxter in That's So Raven and released the Hot 100 single "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of" in 1993.
She also starred in the 2003 TV movie The Cheetah Girls. By age two, she was signed by Ford Models and became the face of campaigns for Ritz crackers, Jell-O, and others. She announced that she was gay and in a relationship with Az Marie Livingston in 2012. She sang Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" as the main theme for the 2003 film The Haunted Mansion.
Word was out on ST2 that the 'Doc' rather enjoyed Short Arm Inspections Finger Waves. Back in those days the museum grounds was wide open to the public. Johnson for a bid on a bronze statue to replace our paper version,knowing it would hold up much better.
You knew that the Doc was going to let you have it when he offered you a shot of FSN Brandy when you came into the room. I think the Doc went to Medical School after retirement so that he could charge for 'Finger Waves'!!! We always had problems with people destroying our naked warrior statue. I took a photo of of Steve Nelson, whom I had just hired. Steve wore the gear from my war bag accept I used fins and facemask from WW2 to give the statue a broader appeal.