Found in 462 Collections and/or Records:
Includes commemorative booklet 10th Infantry Division (ca. 1944, with hand-written annotations), "Parody Indoctrination for return to the United States" (ca. 1945), plastic army map plotting template (ca. 1940), discharge papers, telegrams (dealing with O'Connor's wounding), photographs (Camp Hale) and newspaper clipping (obituary, copy).
The collection contains clippings; correspondence (1996); ephemera (1991); and poetry: "Rucksack Recollections" (n.d.).
Includes a photocopy of a manuscript entitled Notes; includes details of Mikes escape from Hungry prior to World War II.
The collection contains copies of Tokle's military personnel records (1945, 1947), clippings, and an account of Tokle written by George Edward Creel.
Collection contains passenger lists, correspondence, photographs, postcards and newspaper clippings collected by Cartner
Six watercolor prints comprise the collection. These watercolors depict 6 Italian towns including Florence, Castel d'Aiano, Bagni di Lucca, Lizzano in Belvedere, San Marcello and Riva in Garda. The watercolors were painted during the 1997 return to Italy reunion tour.
The collection contains the following items: correspondence (1988); ephemera (1945).
Collection contains memoirs: wedding of Waldo and Betty Sweet (1943); memoirs of Betty Sweet at Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944); copy of: A Trooper Takes a Wife from Ski Illustrated magazine (February 1945).
The collection contains b/w photographs and negatives taken at Camp Hale, Colo.: MGM filming (March 1944); engineer and general camp training (ca.1943-1944); August Barkeen (Wallace Barkeen's father) (ca.1943).
Collection contains newspaper clippings (1943-1945), Camp Hale stationary and photographs (1943).
The collection contains photographs, telegrams, clippings, pamphlets from Kiska Island and Italy.
Collection contains correspondence (1945); copies of photographs of Camp Hale and Aspen, Colo., Italy, Yugoslavia (1943-1945)
Photographs, Italy tourist booklets and postcards, military separation papers, "Camp Hale Ski-Zette" newspaper
The collection is comprised of family correspondence between Seebade and his sister, Ann and other family members (1943-1945).
Collection contains copy of memoir: Lieutenant Mackin's 10th Mountain Men: Heroism-Humor-Heartbreak of the Mountain Troops in Combat in Italy, WWII-Their Story by C.K. Moore (1989); obituary (2003).
Newspaper clipping about Broomhall from the Lake Tahoe Tribune (December 3, 2000).
Collection contains correspondence to and from William Long, poetry written by Long, photographs, and postcards
The collection contains correspondence (1942-1944); military papers (1940's); ration book (ca.1944); clippings (1987); photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944); National Association of the 10th Mountain Division, Southern Calif. Chapter papers (n.d.); song lyrics (ca.1944); photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944, 1998), 10th Mountain Division reunion (2002).
Includes the newsletter "The Alumni Bulletin "created by scoutmaster Herbert M. Wilson. The newsletters contain excerpts from many World War II letters, including Hosking's (copies). An index to the newsletters is also included as well as the manuscript "10th Mtn Ramblings by A. Geezer", by Bill Hosking, (manuscript, copy).
Collection contains photocopy of personal journal (1944-1945), photocopies of personal correspondence (1945), correspondence (2005).
The collection contains Murphy's scrapbook with clippings, military patches and other ephemera.
The collection contains copy prints of photographs taken at Camp Hale, Colo. (ca.1943) and Italy (1945).
Collection contains copies of reports documenting Neidner's experiences as Company Commander (1945, 1950), copies of photographs of Neidner from his scrapbook (ca.1945).
The collections contains copies of Osgood's vita (1985); his memoir: "A Single Egg" (2001); photographs of Italy (2007); ephemera (n.d.).
The collection contains an assortment of correspondence; battle stories (1999); ephemera (ca.1945); journals (ca.1945); photographs from Italian Campaign (1945); and Duncan's military papers (1942-1945).
Collection contains correspondence from Fricke to his parents (February 4, 1945), related correspondence (1998).
Summary of daily diary entries, correspondence (photocopies), photographs (JPEG files), short stories (photocopies), and oral history (MP4)