Party Group

Information attached to this object states “15th Naval District Group, someone’s home, circa 1944-1945”. Were you a part of the 15th Naval District group or know someone who was?  Can you identify anyone in… Continue reading

Archery Judge

According to the record, we know this photograph was taken in the 1950s. Can anyone help us to identify this archery judge?  There is no name included in the object record. What memories do… Continue reading

Beginning of a Piragua

We have this interesting photograph, but not much data attached with it. Can you help us add more? We know this type of boat is typically used in shallow areas, so did you ever see piraguas… Continue reading

Taboga Island

The object record indicates that this photo was taken on Taboga Island, but no other information is available.  Is there anything else you think we should add to this item’s record? Do you… Continue reading

Jamboree Parade

The caption on the back of this photograph reads “CHS-BHS, Cheerleaders 1968”. Were you a CHS or BHS Cheerleader in 1968? Or can you identify anyone in this photograph? What can you tell us about the Jamboree Parade?… Continue reading

Flag Demonstration

This photograph depicts a crowd surrounding two Panamanian flags. Other community members were already bringing this up to us in their recently recorded oral histories.  What stories do you want to share with… Continue reading

Picnic Scene

The object’s record indicates that this photograph was taken around 1910. It looks like some people in this photograph may be wearing bathing suits (such as they were at the time) which indicates that… Continue reading

A close shave at a bull fight

The handwriting on the back of this photograph reads  “I have only seen one of these & that is plenty.” Did you ever see a bull fight in Panama?  Do you agree with… Continue reading

Meal Time at an ICC Kitchen

According to the caption, this photograph was taken in the Upper Rio Grande, presumably by Ernest Hallen. This is a great photo that has captured a moment of what life was like for many workers… Continue reading

Amy McCormack

      We found this lovely portrait of  Amy McCormack in the collection.  Perhaps that is the typewriter she used to write “South to Panama”– what do you think? Did you know Amy… Continue reading