10th Mountain Division Reunion Records (St. Louis)
Scope and Contents
Collection contains VHS and VHSC recordings of interviews with veterans at a National Association reunion that took place in St. Louis, Missouri in 2001. Veterans interviewed are: Allen, Ken; Andervell, Clint; Barnett, Webster (OH360, 374); Barr, James (OH316); Barrow, Melvin; Brooks Jeddie; Brooks, Jeddie; Brown, Donald; Carlson, Bob (OH321); Carmichael, Dean; Cook, Gerald; Cooper, Dick; Coville, Bob (OH266); Craine, William; Cullinane, Gerry; Eager, Marvin; Eckert, Robert; Ehrgott, Norman; Ericson, Floyd; Fields, Larry (son); Finn, Gardner; Goyer, Robert (OH366); Hauptman, Anne (wife of Chuck Hauptman); Howard, Walter; Lumm, Harold (OH337); Lundby, Gerald; Mussewicz, Stanley; Paque, Frances; Partridge, Fernandez, Al (OH329); Pollack, Jake; Powers, Woody; Privette, B.C.; Rains, Ernest; Reinig, Henry; Ricketson, Russell; Rogers, Richard J. (OH345); Sabin, Robert; Schmidt, Hans; Schwetz, Peter; Single, Karl (OH 411); Staples, Frank; Thompson, Art; Thompson, Hans (OH 408); Tomky, Orville (OH303); Vass, Hassell (OH 404); Verhamme, Eugene (OH 407); Wright, Jack
Language of Materials
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
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Biographical / Historical
The 10th Mountain Division, a full division of the United States Army, specializing in mountain and winter warfare, trained at Camp Hale, Colorado, during World War II. Experienced in skiing, mountaineering and cold-weather survival as well as military tactics, the soldiers fought enemy forces in the Italian Campaign of 1945. Dubbed the "ski troops" by the press, the 10th Mountain Division remains the only military division recruited by a civilian organization, the National Ski Patrol. Many 10th veterans contributed greatly to the development of the recreational ski industry in the United States and to the growth of related fields such as outdoor equipment development and nature conservation.
The National Association of the 10th Mountain Division has sponsored a national reunion approximately every three years since 1959. This collection documents a national reunion held in St. Louis, Missouri in 2001. The reunion was called the “March to the Arch.”
1 audiovisual boxes
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift; Unknown; Unknown.
- 10th Mountain Division Reunion Records (St. Louis)
- Keli Schmid
- July 14, 2020
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