Somewhere in ……

December 26, 2012 at 11:37 pm (Angoram, Commentary, David Wall, East Sepik Province, Frank Clune, Goya Henry, Papua New Guinea, Sepik River, Wewak)

The Diggers of the First World War had an address: Somewhere in France. Frank Clune & Goya Henry had an address: Somewhere in New Guinea. My address for the next few weeks will be: Somewhere in the Sepik. Email contact: tokples32@gmail.com

http://deberigny.wordpress.com/2009/11/06/interesting-inscription-on-somewhere-in-new-guinea/

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2 Comments

  1. Janice Olson said,

    When you can, could I trouble you to contact me about some of your past work? I am looking for a U.S. Air Force man who went missing 5 January 1943 and I believe there were sightings of him at Vunapope. Are there archives at Vunapope accessible to the public? I thought I saw something you had written about their archives which brings me to this question. Searches of the Japanese archives in Japan reveals nothing other than an intriguing article in a newspaper which didn’t give any names. ‘Hate to take you metally out of the Sepick (send warmth … I’m freezing on my mtn top.) but maybe for one moment you can enlighten me. Regards, Janice Olson (long long meri lukum balus) B17Project@aol.com (By the way, your writing style is contagious. Come give lessons. Zot!)

    • deberigny said,

      Janice, I’ve just returned from PNG – I’m quite sick just now but on recovery I’ll try and attend to your request – not sure I can be too helpful. Regards, Dave

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