While some of the crew worked on sorting through his vast collection of tools, my wife spent hours and hours going through his photograph archive. He was a photographer by trade. He was trained in the armed forces and was shipped to Germany during the Korean Conflict. During that period, he was a driver for officers and VIP's, but he was also an official military photographer. One of his most unfortunate duties was to photograph dead soldiers for identification purposes.
While my father-in-law was busy in Germany, his older brother was busy flying planes for the Navy. In the hoards of photos my wife uncovered, she came across several of her Uncle Paul Rupert (Known later in his career as Captain Paul Rupert). Paul began flying F-4U planes just after WWII and continued flying into the middle of the Vietnam War. I know that at least the two photos of Paul next to his jet aircraft were taken by his brother. I'm not sure who took the others. Paul passed away some time ago now, but these photos live on.