Camp Hale (Colo.) -- Pictorial works.
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 10 miniature photo albums: (A) Memorial Days at our Monument at Tennessee Pass; (B) Leadville Burro Race; (C) Air Force Academy football games; (D) Student Conservation Association luncheon; (E) Kamerandekreis der Gebirgstruppe, President's Visit; (F) Skiing with Denver Boy's Inc., Ski Scholarship recipients; (G) Ski rallies; (H) A day at Ft. Carson; (I) Spring Wing-Wang at Wong's; (J) Dedication of Camp Hale Memorial Campground.
Collection contains b/w photographs from an unknown soldier in the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment. Many men are identified, locations include training at Ft. Lewis, Camp Hale, as well as photos of Kiska and Adak Islands.
Collection contains photos of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944); unit photo of Company C, 87th Infantry Regiment (1944); memoir by H. Robert Krear: The journal of a U.S. Army mountain trooper in World War II (1993); Birth of a division by George F. Earle (1995); company roster and insignias (n.d.); information packet on the World War II valor in the Pacific National Monument (n.d.).
The collection contains 55 b/w photographs related to training activities at Camp Hale, Colo. Subjects include mules, unidentified Colorado scenery, Cooper Hill ski area, ski training and individual soldier's portraits (ca.1943-1944). Some of the soldiers are identified.
Collection contains assorted black and white photographs of the 87th Mountain Infantry Division at Ft. Lewis, Wash. and Camp Hale, Colo. during ski troop training, 87th G.T. choir, mules and leisure time (1941-1942). Many of the individuals are identified.
Collection contains photographs of training at Camp Hale, Colo.
Collection contains 9 photographs of Camp Hale, Colo.: summer parade, training; and some of scenery around Kiska, Alaska. Some are identified.
Collection contains 28 b/w photographs of the 126th Mountain Engineering Battalion; separation papers.
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).
Collection contains photographs and postcards documenting Phillips service with the 10th Mountain Division (1942-1945). Some of the image have been identified.
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.
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).
Collection contains 10 photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. and surrounding areas (ca.1943). People and places are well identified.
Collection contains 56 b/w photographs of Company C, 85th Infantry Regiment at Camp Hale, Colo. and also in Italy.
Collection contains reproductions of photographs of views of the Kiska Campaign and training at Camp Hale, Colo. (n.d.). Included is a file of Clark's personal papers.
Watercolor titled: "Climbing Area, MTG, Camp Hale, Col." (Mountain Training Group, Camp Hale, Colo.)
Collection contains Ripley's photo album with 24 black and white photographs of skiing and rock climbing at Camp Hale, Colo.; aerial tramway at Riva Ridge, Italy; General Mark Clark. A file of personal papers, including military orders, maps, and Riva Ridge insignia.
Collection contains photographs of Camp Swift, Tex.; Gore Range, Colo.; Italy; Camp Hale, Colo.; Leadville, Colo. and 45 candid photographs of men, groups, training at Camp Hale (1943-1945). Additional ephemera includes a watercolor of mules (n.d.), general order, separation papers and travel tickets.
Collection contains 56 color slides of Italy, WWII, training, rock climbing, post war reunion (1942-1945, 1950-1951, 1985); b/w photographs of Kiska, Camp Hale and the Italian Campaign (1943-1945).
Collection contains copy prints of original photographs taken between 1943-1944 and organized into three sections: training at Camp Carson; march from Carson to Camp Hale; and training at Camp Hale; followed by related ephemera. The photographs are well organized and identified.
Collection contains 2 photograph albums (1943-1944) with images from Camp Hale (Colo.) showing enlisted men, buildings, camp personnel, informal gatherings, the Weasel, Cooper Hill Ski training area, aerial tramway and bridges, pack mules, equipment, mountains.
Collection includes photo album of scenery and men skiing and Paradise Lodge in Mt. Rainer, Fort Lewis and Ashcroft, Colo. Test Detachment; color slides (approximately 226) of Aspen, Mt. Massive rock climbing, Camp Hale, and Mt. Rainer; loose photographs of an unidentified group photo taken at Fort Lewis, Wash. (appears to be a company assembled before barracks buildings).
Collection contains 110 b/w photographs of Camp Hale, Colo., Northern Italy, Austria and Camp Carson, Colo.
The collection contains correspondence (1942-1943); photograph album with images of Camp Hale, Colo., Aspen, Colo., Fort Ord, Calif., Adak and Kiska, Alaska; 114 35mm slides of Kiska, Adak islands during the 1943 invasion, and Camp Hale, Colo.
Collection contains a photographs album with 53 b/w photographs of Signal Corps personnel at Camp Hale during construction. Personnel is depicted conducting telephone and telegraph operations. Additional materials include German POW theater programs, clippings. A separate binder contains an additional 113 b/w photographs.
Collection contains a scrapbook containing photographs and written narrative. An additional 46 photographs with annotations, as well as 45 photographs of the Italian Campaign (some taken by Lt. Kerr Sparks) are included.
Watercolor landscape with pen and ink depicting the various buildings, tents and topographical features found at Camp Hale, Colo. (ca.1943).
Collection contains pen and ink drawings (copies, originals) of 10th Mountain Division subjects (1988-2005); drawing documentation by Robert J. Drew (2002); obituary (2008); copies of the National Ski association bulletin #10 (1942) and training certification (1940).