The Official Photos of the Roswell Incident 4.

10pm 8 July 1947
Photographers Fort-Worth Star-Telegram James Bond Johnson Fort-Worth AAF Public Information Officer Major Charles A. Cashon

The Official Photographs of James Bond Johnson1
The licensing rights to reproduce photographs from the FortWorth Star-Telegram have been transferred to Arlington Library's Special Collections Division at the University of Texas (UT). For the commercial sale of Mr Johnson's photographs, please contact: Cathy Spitzenberger Library Assistant for Photographs Special Collections University of Texas Box 19497 Arlington, Texas 76019-0497 Tel: 817 272 3393 Fax: 817 272 3360 NOTE: Wikipedia claims 10000207.tif is in the public domain. This is incorrect.

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Photograph from http://mysite.verizon.net/res0gau0//id2.html.

Plate missing from UTA (Presumed to be in the public domain) Person depicted is Brigadier-General Roger Ramey

Plate held by UTA. AR406-6 #2026 10000684.tif

Plate missing from UTA (Presumed to be in the public domain) Persons depicted are Brigadier-General Roger Ramey (left) and Colonel Thomas J. Dubose (right)

Photographic plate held by UTA. AR406-6 #2026 10000207.tif

The Official Photographs of Major Charles A. Cashon
Photographs taken by US Government workers are in the public domain. This includes the ones taken by Major Cashon on 8 July 1947 Special Collections of UTA will assume ownership to the licensing rights for these photographs because they came from Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. However the Special Collections are unaware these additional photographs were taken by Major Cashon and were slipped into Mr Johnson's photographic collection.

Photographic plate held by UTA. AR406-6 #2026 10000208.tif2 Person depicted is Major Jesse A. Marcel

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Taken by Major Cashon before Mr Johnson arrived. Marcel was kept in 24-hour seclusion away from the interview to avoid answering questions from Mr Johnson.

Photographic plate held by UTA. AR406-6 #2026 10000258.tif

Plate missing (Available in the public domain) Person depicted is Warrant Officer Irving Newton3

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Karl Pflock names Major Charles A. Cashon as the photographer for this image.

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