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Four men dressed in various military uniform march east on West King Street in Boone, NC, as part of a parade, probably the 1949 Watauga County Centennial Parade. They carry the American flag and another flag with them. Among them is Von Hagaman, who…

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Six men dressed in various military uniform march east on West King Street in Boone, NC, as part of a parade, most likely the 1949 Watauga County Centennial Parade. They carry the American flag and another flag with them. Among them is Von Hagaman…

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The 1949 Centennial Color Guard standing in a field at night. They are identified left to right: Custer Wallace wears a Civil War style uniform; Greer Hodges wears a top hat and 19th century style suit; Von Hagaman wears his Navy uniform and carries…

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Von Hagaman delivering mail on Howard Street, Boone, North Carolina, probably about 1960. He wheels a mail hand truck and wears a postal service uniform. Parked cars and several buildings can be seen further west down Howard Street.

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Von Hagaman, J. C. Goodnight, and Edgar Browne (postmaster) stand together in a field. All of them are smiling and wearing very formal clothing.

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John T. King, Von Hagaman, Charlie Younce, and Lyle Cook pose together with their arms around each other's shoulders. John wears an Army uniform, Lyle wears a Marines uniform, and both Von and Charlie wear Navy uniforms.

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Von Hagaman as child standing with his mother, Harriet Hagaman
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