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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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Metering Mode Pattern Date/Time 2012:06:10 11:36:34
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Caption LESLIE JENSEN SCENIC DRIVE This highway along Fall River is dedicated to Leslie Jensen, the 15th Governor of South Dakota, a native of Hot Springs, and a son of Chris Jensen, Black Hills Pioneer and Lillie May Haxby Jensen. Educated in Hot Springs, Culver Military Academy and the University of South Dakota, he took an early interest in the Military and was a Lieutenant in the 4th South Dakota Infantry on the Mexican Border in 1916-17 and when that organization became the 147th Field Artillery in World War I, he went to France with it and was the Regimental Adjutant. Staying with the 147th, he was its Lieutenant Colonel in 1937 when, as Governor, he became his own Commander-in-Chief. Promoted to Colonel in 1941, he took his regiment to the South Pacific in World War II and when the Regiment was battalionized in 1943, he served with distinction as a Base Commander on the staff of the Commanding General of the 6th Army. In 1921 he was appointed Collector of Internal Revenue for the District of South Dakota serving until 1934 when he returned to Hot Springs and to the telephone business which his father had started in 1894. His administration, in 1937, initiated a Highway Construction program of great economic and social benefit to his native state. Erected 1962 by Friends of Leslie Jensen and the State Highway Commission Leslie Jensen died 14 December 1964