TMD. 10th Mountain Division Collection
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Includes the manuscript and draft of "Ordinary Heroes: Six Stars in the Window" by Dan Oja. The manuscript deals with six brothers who all served in World War II, including John L. Koski (1925-1945), who served with Company F, 85th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division.
Collection contains copies of pages from Muffoletto's scrapbook: photographs, clippings, articles, citations, military orders.
Collection contains photographs and postcards documenting Phillips service with the 10th Mountain Division (1942-1945). Some of the image have been identified.
Collection contains military documents, correspondence, photographs and slides pertaining to the courtship of David and Frances, David's military career, and David's death in Italy during World War II.
The collection includes biographical information (1945, 1946); correspondence (1988).
Collection contains memoir (copy) Climbing the Kiska Volcano by David L. Sills.
The collection contains assorted newspaper clippings and a reprint of an article from the Sierra Club Bulletin: "Pursuit in the Alps" (1946).
Collection contains a collection of 51 Christmas cards designed by Thomas.
The collection spans 1992 to 1998. The bulk of the material in the collection is official correspondence from Dean Carmichael's term as president of the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division. Correspondence documents various Association activities as well as related activities of the 10th Mountain Division Foundation and the International Federation of Mountain Soldiers. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject.
1 portrait sketch by soldier Dennis R. Huntley.
Collection contains Snell's memoir: My First War (1997); Bronze Star Medal citation (1945); biographical information (n.d.); photocopy of photographs of Dillon and Rebecca Snell in Italy (1997).
Collection contains memoir: My Father, Soldier (2016). Memoir based on information collected by son, Michael P. Peterson.
Collection contains memoir: What it was like: A Personal Memoir (2016). Memoir based on information collected by son, Keith Anderson.
Collection contains approximately 200 letters sent by Davol during WWII (1943-1945).
Military documents, photographs and ephemera
Collection contains undated copies of two memoirs by Hubbard: The Military Experience of a Cavalryman (17 pages); The Last Mounted Cavalry Pistol Charge (13 pages).
Collection consists of pen and ink drawings and a biographical sketch of Woolley.
Collection contains bibliography of works about the 10th Mountain Division (1977); clippings, brochures, lists, schedules, programs, correspondence for 10th Mountain Division reunions held in 1965, 1969, 1977, 1986, 1992; Bronze Medal citation (n.d.); Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division (2007).
Collection includes copy of Forker's ski qualification scores (1943), correspondence of his recollections of the Italian Campaign (copies, 1989-2001), photographs of Company B 86th Regiment and training at Camp Hale (1943-1945), sketches of regimental crests, and a watercolor painting by Forker of the Camp Hale barracks and the view from hillside above the camp (1989), color photograph of Donald and Juanita Forker (ca.2000) .
Collection contains a scrapbook with an activities log for Company I of the 86th (February-March 1945), military papers, code of conversation, bulletins, photographs.
Collection contains a set of 19 prints generate for Look or Life magazine. Images includes Goldsborough and fellow serviceman Robert Byrum posing with WACS and other men returning to Newport News, Va. from combat in August 1945. The photos were taken for a magazine article that was never published.
Collection contains photographs of Camp Hale, Colo.; Camp Swift, Tex.; and during the Italian Campaign (1943-1945) with many individuals identified. Four large photographic contact sheets, loose pages with clippings and articles attached.
The collection consists of copies of two photographs of Dwight Carlton Williams.
Collection contains a copy of Motley's memoir: Memoirs of Six Months by E. P. Motley.
Collection contains military service questionnaire (n.d.); Kiska invasion maps (1943); photographs of the Kiska occupation (1943), training at Mt. Rainier (1942), Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944).
The collection contains photographic negatives taken by Lidh of Camp Carson, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., Cooper Hill Sky Area, Leadville, Colo. and the 38th Regimental Combat Team during training (1947-1948).
The materials include: correspondence (n.d.); manuscript by Payne: "Ed's War: 1939-1945" (2006).