Thanks to Phillip J. Boogaerts, Jr., grandson of SC 88 crewman CMM George Edward Lansing, Jr., for submitting a this collection of images:
- Lansing at auto repair school c. 1916, believed to be in Detroit (Lansing circled in red grease pencil by helpful family member)
- Lansing in CPO uniform with white pants c. 1918-1919
- Lansing in CPO uniform blue c. 1918-1919
- Lansing in 1st Class PO uniform with his Dad, George Edward Lansing, Sr., a sister 2nd from left, others unknown c. 1918
- Lansing in 1st Class PO uniform with his Mother, Molly Gardner Lansing, c. 1918
- Lansing in 1st Class PO uniform (back row, 3rd from left), presume at graduation from Navy Machinist's Mate School c. 1918
- Business card for Lansing Lumber Co. George E. Lansing, Jr. built, owned and operated a saw mill and brick kiln in Magnolia, MS, from 1923-1943. He married Mary Houston Sugg (1895-1983) in 1923 and they had 7 children, including my Mom, Mary Margaret Lansing Boogaerts (1927-2020).
- Lansing at left, looks like fishing with shipmates.
- Service records for George Edward Lansing, Jr. and fellow SC 88 crewman CMM Frank Orville Wilder.