40 images. Victorville layout, 8 June 1952. Frank E. Chambers (Victorville -ostmaster); Attorney William Johnstone; Main intersection in Victorville; Bridge over Mojave River leading to Victorville from Apple Valley; C.J. Bowan (Fish Hatchery Superintendent); Bill Caran (Employee of Jess Ranch -- Apple Valley); Lieutenant Colonel Martin H. Johnson -- 34 years (Commanding Officer, 190th Fighter-Bomber Squadron); George Air Force Base at Victorville; Fighter planes in formation; Southwest Portland Cement Company plant; Mrs. Isabel Bywater; Mrs. Violet Gradwohl (Proprietor of doll factory); Apple Valley Inn. ; Supplementary material reads: "Photo captions for Victorville story -- 69-70: Frank E. Chambers, Victorville postmaster (in sweater) chats outside post office with Attorney William Johnstone. 85-86: Pix shows intersection of Seventh and D streets in Victorville -- Main intersection. 51-52-1: Pix shows traffic on D street, Victorville. Street leads to Barstow. 9-10-2: Pix shows bridge over Mojave River leading into Victorville from Apple Valley and Big Bear Lake via State Highway 16. -- C.J. Bowan, fish hatchery suptd. at Jess Ranch, Apple Valley, with fish net. 79-80: Bill Caran, employee of Jess Ranch, Apple Valley, dumping trout in a 'live' box. -- Gale Houston, in shorts, dumps trout in 'live' box at Jess Ranch, Apple Valley. 17, L to R: Lt. Col. Martin H. Johnson, 34, Commanding Officer, 190th Fighter-Bomber Sqd., George Air Force Base, Victorville, conducts pre-flight briefing. Others, l to r: are 1st Lt. Orlando Dalke, 28; Capt. Wm. R. Sproat, 30; and 1st Lt. Albert P. Winkleman, 30. All are National Guard flyers from Boise, Idaho. 63-64: Formation of F-51 fighter planes of 190th Fighter-Bomber Sqd., George AFB, take off on practice mission. 73-74, L to R: Airman 2/C Jack Corathers; Airman 2/C Douglas Howard; T/Sgt. Marvin Bertram and Capt. Eusebio Arriaga, 32, ex-Sun Valley ski instructor, at plane that is being equipped with .50 cal. bullets. 57, L to R: Airman 2/C Jack Corathersl T/Sgt. Marvin Bertram and Airman 2/C Douglas Howard fit 100-pound bomb to F-51 racks. 58-93-94: Exterior of Southwestern Portland Cement Co. plant at Victorville. 71-72, L to R: Mrs. Isabel Bywater; Mrs. Violet Gradwohl, proprietor of a doll factory in Apple Valley; and Mrs. Maxine De Mark. 13: Mrs. Violet Gradwohl, owner of toy doll factory at Apple Valley, inspects some dolls. 65-66-14: Connie Fall, of San Francisco, relaxes in sun on diving board of Apple Valley Inn pool. She is on vacation. -- L to R: Carol Dahl, 15; Bud Lanyon, 19; Bob Potter, 20; and Dorothy Surratt, 17, all Victor Valley High School students, return from ride on desert in Apple Valley. Chef in pix at steak fry is Charles Hostettler of the Apple Valley Inn culinary staff. Other pixes of steak fry may be identified as nameless entertainers, playing banjo and singing by open fire to throng of visitors to Apple Valley Inn in Apple Valley."