This naval commander was W. E. Johnston. I do not know what a CIC Officer is. Vintage 1955 is my guess. The photo is mounted on hard cardboard and the label with the name was placed directly onto the front of the photo. Any other identifying information on the back of the photo is lost.
Based on what Ed said on a previous post, these sailors are in their winter uniforms. This photo is from my favorite antique shop in Orange, CA. I’m guessing on a date of the 1940s. I love the smile on the sailor on the right.
Here is a boy of about 10-12 months of age, named Roger Bain. Unfortunately with no location or even a year, it’s difficult to pin this one down. I have a similar style photo of my uncle, so I did a search for Roger Bain born in 1930 +/- 5 years and the list is …
Is it just me, or does this look like our previous subject in the post entitled VanDyke Number Two? The photo mount is interesting, with a marbled look. Unfortunately there is no photographer information present. But just look, he has the same mouth, his cheeks are filled out a little, his mustache has grown.
Today we have an anonymous CdV from the “bunch of old photos” off ebay. This couple looks to be in their 40s, middle class family. The woman has a distinctly protruding stomach, but I don’t think she is pregnant. The reason I don’t is that during the Victorian era, morality was so strongly upheld that …