Tenth Mountain Division Corporal, William A. "Bill" Southworth poses for a portrait at the Continental Divide, Loveland Pass, Colorado (U.S.A.). He is wearing a khaki uniform with a white belt, which was not army issue. The signs at the side of the highway identify the place: the first is Colorado, U.S. Highway 6. Denver 62 miles east, Dillon 15 miles west. A larger sign reads Continental Divide, Loveland Pass, elevation 11,992 feet above sea-level; Atlantic Ocean watershead to the east, Pacific Ocean ; watershead to the west; Clear Creek County to the east, Summit County to the west. The picture was taken in 1943 or 1944.