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Roy, C. E. (Carlyle Emerson)


Carlyle Emerson Roy was born on August 29, 1890. He enlisted in December 1917 and trained in Great Lakes, Illinois. He completed further training in Miami, Florida in June 1918, then was sent to Key West, Florida in August. He served as a photographer at the U.S. Navy Air Station at Key West in the 6th Regiment. Shortly after the armistice, Roy applied to release to go home at the end of November 1918. After the war he obtained a degree as a certified radiotrician in 1926.


Biographical note derived from collection materials.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

C. E. Roy U.S. Naval Aviation Photograph Album

Identifier: 2009-02-19
Abstract Carlyle Emerson Roy (b. 1890) served as a photographer at Key West Naval Air Station, Florida, during World War I. The collection contains an album of photographs and ephemera depicting U.S. Naval activities at the station.

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