Camp Hale (Colo.).
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
DENIS P. NUNAN PAPERS
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE World War II correspondence between Nunan and his mother, Mrs. Richard D. Rickard comprises the bulk of the collection. Additional correspondence includes wartime letters from Nunan to his sister-in-law, Mrs. M.G. Nunan, and post-war correspondence received by Denis Nunan. Other material includes copies of pencil sketches Nunan made while stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado and on Kiska Island. Three photograph albums contain snapshots documenting Nunan's training at numerous Army posts and...
EARL E. CLARK PAPERS
SCOPE AND CONTENT 10th Mountain Division soldiers began planning an "Alumni Association" before World War II had even ended. They were determined to perpetuate one of the unique combat forces in American military history. Their efforts resulted in the creation of the 10th Mountain Division Alumni Association, whose first meeting was held in Brooklyn, New York in late 1945. By 1946, the Association had grown substantially. However, the membership primarily reflected the Eastern United States. By...
GEORGE F. EARLE PAPERS
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Sixty-three of George F. Earle's original World War II oil paintings and a photograph album containing approximately 420 photographs of the Kiska Island invasion and occupation comprise the bulk of the collection. Limited personal papers also form part of the collection. Sixty-three color slides of Earle's paintings are for viewing only and may not be reproduced. SERIES 1 PERSONAL PAPERS 1944-1995 BOX 1 George F. Earle helped to produce a...
WINTER, BURDELL S. "BUD"
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Burdell S. Winter's correspondence to and from family members during World War II comprises the bulk of the collection. Limited correspondence related toother family members is also included. Biographical material includes newspaper clippings, press releases, military records, letters of recommendation and insurance forms related to his combat death during the 10th Mountain Division's Italian Campaign. Limited photographs document Winter's youthful athletic activities and his military...