by using a form on this Web site.
I mailed my request, along with photos of the memorial grave for him, last August. In October, I received a letter telling me that they had contacted the people in France and that I would be receiving the photograph. I requested two copies so that I could give one to the superintendent of the cemetery for the office, as the school children of the town visit graves as part of their curriculum work. I take a lot of photos in this cemetery and I am looking forward to sharing this with them. The huge envelope with both photos came yesterday on Decemeber 11.
It is a very large color lithograph of the cemetery with a small "wallet sized" photo of the grave marker in the right corner. I snapped a photo of that section as it is too large to fit on my scanner. That's why it is a little bit unclear.
I will post more about Josiah with the memorial grave that I took in his hometown.
There are no known photographs of Josiah F. Broadfoot and no one in my family has the distinguished service cross.