TMD. 10th Mountain Division Collection
Found in 594 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains personal correspondence, ephemera from Hunt to his parents (1943-1945); daily devotional book (1943); copy of memoir: Memories - Thoughts - Experiences of World War II (n.d.); inventory of items donated (1995, 1998).
The collection includes Cochran's military records and clothing inventories (1943-1945) and correspondence (1943-1945).
Collection contains a photo album with approximately 80 photographs, some identified. Photo subjects include Camp Carson, Colo.; Camp Hale, Colo.; Camp Swift, Tex. and Italy; photographs of soldiers, training exercises, mules and mule packing and artillery firing exercises.
The collection contains correspondence (1944); ephemera and memorabilia (ca.1945); military records (1944-1945).
The collection contains correspondence and other materials related to Webb's recruitment to the Mountain Troops (1942).
The collection contains copies of three memoirs written by Hampton: "I acquire a 35mm camera" (2003), "Capturing German liquor warehouse" (2003), "Mountains and Men I've Known, A Skier's Story" (1992); photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944), photographs and negatives of the Italian Campaign (1945); digital images of 1st Squad, 1st Platoon, Company H, 86th Infantry (n.d), CD-ROM with images from the Camp Hale, Leadville and Cooper Hill reunion activities (2003).
Contains correspondence, copies of pencil drawings by Charles Wallmo depicting life in the 10th Mountain Division and scenes from Italy, photographs (sculptures, military life) and training certificates.
Collection contains photographs of training at Camp Hale, Colo.
Collection contains newspaper clippings related to Engle's death (1945), correspondence and general order concering the posthumous award of the Bronze Star (1945), b/w photos and negatives of Engle at training camp (ca.1944).
Collection contains 9 photographs of Camp Hale, Colo.: summer parade, training; and some of scenery around Kiska, Alaska. Some are identified.
Collection contains original letter from Major General J. A. Ulio to the American Alpine Club in N.Y. soliciting help in enlisting qualified mountaineers for the Army's 10th Mountain Division, May 29, 1942 (1 page).
Adventures of the 3rd Battalion Gun Platoon (typed manuscript) written by Pupek which recounts his experiences in World War II from Camp Swift (Texas) to the end of the war in Italy; correspondence.
The collection contains clippings (n.d.); and copies of Campbell's military papers (1941-1945).
Collection contains Dorsch's honorable discharge; separation qualification record; military papers (1943-1946); copies of newspaper clippings (1944-1945); b/w photos of Camp Hale, South Pacific (1943-1945); Basic field manual and soldier's handbook (1941); A prayer book for soldiers and sailors by Church pension fund (1943).
Collection contains 28 b/w photographs of the 126th Mountain Engineering Battalion; separation papers.
Includes biographical information survey, biography, correspondence received from John Evans, military and personal papers, framed collection of medals from World War I and World War II, certificate of award from Italian government , certificate of graduation from tank training school, Easter greetings signed by General Mark Clark, newspaper clippings, newsletters, Army commendation, and numerous uniform insignias.
Letters to friends and family; spiral bound book with transcriptions of all original letters with comments by Hitt; copies of photographs.
Collection contains annotated maps of Italy, Army booklets (not training manuals), black and white photographs from training and Italy, and scrapbook pages containing correspondence, transportation tickets, ration cards, shoe stamps, hotel bills, Italian and German currency, newspaper clippings, German stamps, leave passes, orders from 10th Infantry Division Headquarters
The collection contains maps of Kiska Island, Alaska drawn by Schroeder (1943).
The collection contains copies of black and white photographs with notes and/or captions added. Subjects include: mule training (1944); images taken at Riva Ridge, Italy (1945).
The presentation includes 80 Microsoft PowerPoint slides drawn primarily from the 10th Mountain Division Resource Center collection and spans the World War II Division's history from conception to inactivation (1940-1945). Topics include: early organization at Fort Lewis, Wash.; mountain and winter warfare training at Camp Hale, Colo.; reorganization at Camp Swift, Tex.. Also included are combat operations at Kiska Island in the Aleutians and the Division's Italian Campaign.
The materials include correspondence containing Andavall's recollections about WWII (2002); scrapbook; copies of photographs, newspaper clippings (1943-1954, 2003).
Collection contains programs, booklets, induction banquet programs, Colorado Ski Museum information.
Collection contains approximately 350 black and white, and color photos of individuals, groups, activities and training at Kiska, in Italy and Yugoslavia (October 1942-November 1945) and the Vail reunion (1983); 74 35mm color slides of Camp Hale, Colo. and 23 35mm color slides of Italy (n.d.).
Footage of Rios telling the history of his service in Italy with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II; transcript of videodiscs, correspondence.
The collection contains the following materials: correspondence (1945); military papers (1946-1948); memorabilia, maps, military ephemera (ca. 1945); pamphlets, manuals (ca. 1944); scrapbook with photographs (1943-1945).
Collection contains 22 loose leaf pages with identified b/w prints taken during the making of a training movie at Paradise on Mt. Rainier, Wash.; letter of commendation to personnel of the 10th Light Division regarding the training movie; letter from Krieser to his father (1944).
Collection contains personal correspondence from Curtis Pfaff (1943-1944).
Collection contains 78 b/w photographs of Kiska operations (1943); 32 b/w photographs of Camp Gogebic, Mich. (1943); 48 b/w photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. (ca.1943-1944).