Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Records of the Thirty-Fifth Division Association

Dates: 1840-1981.

The 35th Division Association Records contain documents, photographs, maps, newspaper clippings, printed materials, and service records donated by members of the 35th Division, primarily related to their service in World War I and World War II. Additional materials in the collection pertain to the 35th Division reunions and the Missouri National Guard.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 11 linear feet, 5 linear inches.
Access: Open.
Copyright: No donation of copyright was received with this collection.
Processed by: C.W. Ohrvall (1986); Doug McClellan, Sandra Colyer, James Armistead, Jan Davis and David Clark (2015).


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ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The 35th Division Association has existed since 1918. An organizational structure was adopted in 1922 with the selection of Charles I. Martin, Commanding General of the 35th Division, as Association president. Early on, the Association's main function was to organize annual reunions. Harry S. Truman, a 35th Division veteran and former Association president, attended many of these reunions. During his presidency, President Truman gave several speeches at these reunions.

In 1959, President Truman expressed his desire to have a 35th Division exhibit at the Truman Library and called on his fellow Divisionnaires to help collect the papers and artifacts of 35th Division Association members and other 35th Division veterans. On September 19, 1959, at the Association reunion in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Association created the 35th Division Association Historical Committee. At the request of President Truman, Ralph E. Truman, former Commanding General of the 35th Division, former Association president, and cousin of President Truman, was selected as Chairman of this committee. By November 8, 1959, when President Truman met with about 30 members of the 35th Division Association at the Truman Library to discuss this project, Ralph Truman and other Association members had already sent request forms to approximately 4,000 Association members and 12,000 more to other 35th Division veterans of World War I and World War II.

In January 1961, a small exhibit containing some of the donated items was opened at the Truman Library. When Ralph Truman died on April 30, 1962, Major James H. Parker Jr. took over as Chairman of the 35th Division Historical Committee. With the help of Ralph Truman's wife, Olive Truman, the effort in locating and contacting more 35th Division veterans continued through 1963.

The bulk of the collection effort was concluded on September 17, 1963 with the opening of the "35th Division Room" at the Truman Library. The exhibit gallery took up 3,100 square feet and contained such items as a French 75mm. gun and caisson, 129th Field Artillery and Battery D items, reunion items, photos, flags, uniforms, weapons, and maps. Several water color paintings of the 35th Division in combat were contributed by New York artist Olin Dows. Though the exhibit was completed, the collecting effort continued on a much smaller scale in the following years.

The 35th Division Association, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, is located in Topeka, Kansas and has been chartered under the Articles of Incorporation in the state of Kansas since December 13, 1960. The Association's mission statement is "to foster and promote the memories, records of service, and continued friendship of those who served in the 35th Division."

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The 35th Division Association Records primarily contain documents, photographs, maps, newspaper clippings, printed materials, and service records donated by members of the 35th Division, primarily related to their service in World War I and World War II. Additional materials pertain to the 35th Division reunions and the Missouri National Guard. The collection consists of three series, a World War I File, a World War II File, and a Subject File. If an individual served in both wars and donated material related to both wars, the material is included in the World War I File with a note in the folder title list stating "Includes World War II."

The World War I File consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, day books, diaries, scrapbooks, newspaper and magazine clippings, play tickets and bills, printed materials, reunion programs, service records, military manuals and handbooks, certificates, event programs, post-cards, business cards, rosters, unit histories, memorabilia, maps, photographs and 35th Division Association Historical Committee Personal Data Forms.

Also included are complete issues of the New York Times: Midweek Pictorials. In the Frank J. Kunz folder is a program from President Truman's Inaugural Gala in 1949. On the back of this program is a pencil drawing of Woody Woodpecker from the co-creator and voice of Woody, Joseph Benson "Bugs" Hardaway. Hardaway's nickname is of particular interest because he was also the co-creator of Bugs Bunny (originally called Happy Rabbit). Like Frank Kunz, Bugs Hardaway was a soldier in Captain Harry Truman's regiment, the 129th Field Artillery.

The World War II file consists of books, correspondence, handwritten notes, military manuals and handbooks, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, printed materials, reports, service records, unit histories, and 35th Division Association Historical Committee Personal Data Forms.

The Subject File consists of books, correspondence, handwritten notes, military manuals and handbooks, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, printed materials, reports, service records, unit histories, 35th Division Association Historical Committee Personal Data Forms, and records of the Missouri National Guard.

Other pertinent resources at the Truman Library include the online World War I Subject Guide and World War II Subject Guide, which contain a summary of collections and oral histories at the Truman Library relating to World War I and World War II. Maps in this collection have been digitized and are available on the Truman Library website in the maps database.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.Series
1-17WORLD WAR I FILE, 1840-1980
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, day books, diaries, scrapbooks, newspaper and magazine clippings, play tickets and bills, printed materials, reunion programs, service records, military manuals and handbooks, certificates, event programs, postcards, business cards, rosters, unit histories, memorabilia, maps, and photographs. Arranged alphabetically
18-23WORLD WAR II FILE, 1939-1966
Books, correspondence, handwritten notes, military manuals and handbooks, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, printed materials, reports, service records, unit histories, and 35th Division Association Historical Committee Personal Data Forms. Arranged alphabetically.
24-26SUBJECT FILE, 1871-1981
Books, correspondence, handwritten notes, military manuals and handbooks, maps, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, printed materials, reports, service records, unit histories, 35th Division Association Historical Committee Personal Data Forms and records of the Missouri National Guard. Arranged alphabetically.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

Box 1
  • Ackermann, John
  • Adams, Hollie A.
  • Alexander, William A.
  • Allen, Harry B.
  • Allphin, Charles Wayne [Includes World War II]
  • Althaus, William A.
  • Ambrose, Joseph F.
  • Anderson, Arthur C.
  • Anderson, Edmund R.
  • Anderson, Herbert V.
  • Anderson, John M.
  • Anderson, Robert Chamblin
  • Anes, William R.
  • Armstrong, Earl J.
  • Arrowsmith, George
  • Ashbrook, Lindsay W.
  • Asher, Thomas Larry
  • Ashlock, L.M.
  • Atkinson, Vere W.
  • Atkisson, Bryan
  • Avery, F.B. [Includes World War II]
  • Baccalino, Hugo
  • Bailey, Lee L.
  • Baker, Cora W.
  • Baldwin, Charles A.
  • Barclay, James Fraser
  • Barker, Ellis T.
  • Barker, Roy B.
  • Barkow, Fred E.
  • Barnes, Murle C.
  • Barnett, Robert
  • Barrett, James T.
  • Barrett, John Francis
  • Beasley, William Allen [Includes World War II]
  • Beason, Allen Wesley
  • Beaumont, Ray L.
  • Beaven, Joseph A.
  • Beck, Clyde O.
  • Beers, F.H.
  • Bell, Hugh M.
  • Bell, John W.
  • Belt, Alfred Erskine
  • Belt, Lloyd W., Jr. [Includes World War II]
  • Benson, Ernest H.
  • Benton, Joe
  • Berry, Francis
  • Billingsley, Buell
  • Bingham, Ross Weaver
  • Binkley, Otto
  • Bishop, G.A.
  • Blades, Ralph C.
Box 2
  • Blair, Frank O.
  • Blakeney, Ben F.
  • Bleool, E.
  • Blevins, Jesse J.
  • Blume, David A.
  • Boder, Bartlett
  • Bonney, Frank E.
  • Bornemann, Fred
  • Bosworth, Joseph W.
  • Bourke, Thomas C. [Includes World War II]
  • Bowman, Fred
  • Brading, Roy W.
  • Bradley, Frank T.
  • Bradshaw, Walter
  • Branam, Pritchet
  • Breihan, Arthur W.
  • Brickey, John
  • Bridges, David A.
  • Bridges, W.J.
  • Briggs, Samuel S. and Levin, Henry W.J.
  • Bringleson, August Carl
  • Brock, Charles E.
  • Brockfield, Rudolph F.
  • Brown, Carl B.
  • Brown, Daniel C.
  • Brown, Earl
  • Brown, Henry D.
  • Brown, John N.
  • Brown, Robert L.
  • Brown, Sidney W. [Includes World War II]
  • Browne, Charles H.
  • Browne, William H. [Includes World War II]
  • Bruce, Guy S.
  • Buchanan, Grover C.
  • Buchrucker, Fred C., Jr.
  • Buck, Clarence R.
  • Bucklew, L.L.
  • Bull, Ben M.
  • Bunker, Wiley H.
  • Bunney, Harry K.
  • Burdge, Charles Leroy
  • Burgess, Ralph
  • Burkhart, Walter L.
  • Burley, Mrs. John L.
  • Burt, Charles W.
  • Buscher, Harry C.
  • Butler, Francis
  • Butler, Joseph C.
  • Butrum, C.A.
  • Buxton, Ethel Lee
  • Buxton, John E. [Includes World War II]
  • Byars, F. Cooper
  • Byer, Joe F.
  • Caleb, Philip I.
  • Campbell, Bruce K.
  • Campbell, Harold C.
  • Carley, Charles W.
  • Carley, George W.
  • Carr, Harold K.
  • Carter, Milo O.
  • Carter, Robert L.
  • Case, Vivian Clyde
  • Cates, R.
  • Caulk, Ross
  • Caywood, Hugh T.
Box 3
  • Chambers, Walter Ellsworth
  • Chamblin, Robert Louis
  • Chancellor, Chester A.
  • Chandler, Walter T.
  • Chester, George Morgan
  • Childs, Mary E.
  • Chinn, Burton E.
  • Chinn, Charles
  • Christensen, Ellis G. [Includes World War II and the Korean War]
  • Cibula, Jake J.
  • Clark, Bennett Champ
  • Clary, Garnett S.
  • Clay, Louis M.
  • Clemens, Orval E.
  • Cobb, John B. [Includes World War II]
  • Coghill, Lacy B.
  • Collins, Charles A.
  • Collins, Hubert C.
  • Company A, 110th Ammunition Train
  • Company B, 129th Machine Gun Battalion
  • Company D, 112th Engineers
  • Conley, Lewis H.
  • Conquest, Victor [Includes World War II]
  • Cook, Ralph W.
  • Cooper, Harry Edward
  • Cooper, Robert E.
  • Corbett, Joseph F.
  • Cordill, Ivan R.
  • Corn, Elmer
  • Coulter, Monte C.
  • Crenshaw, Ralph Emerson
  • Cress, Howard Ralph [Includes World War II]
  • Crouch, William M.
  • Culberson, Stacy A.
  • Culley, Chilton L.
  • Dailey, Charles O.
  • Dancy, Keith
  • Dannacher, David S.
  • Darlington, Jack D.
  • Daucournau, John A.
  • Daugherty, George W.
  • Davis, Calvin H.
  • Davis, Oren T.
  • Davison, James W.
  • Debaene, Alois
  • DeBoever, Fred
  • DeBragga, John J.
  • DeLoach, William Chesly [Includes World War II]
  • Dempsey, Leo Walter
  • Denison, Earl L.
  • Denni, Harry
  • Dennis, Harlan
  • Deshazer, Elmer S.
  • Dick, Alvah A.
  • Dickinson, Cedric M.
  • Dickson, Donald Coty
  • Dierker, Harry J.
  • Dodd, William S.
  • Doe, Everett R.
  • Douglas, William J.
  • Dowell, Ora A.
  • Downs, Elbert D.
  • Duckworth, Albert
  • Duffy, Mrs. C.F.
  • Dugas, Edwin
  • Dulin, Amiel Louis
  • Dull, Russell C.
  • Duncan, John H.
  • Durnell, Walter W.
  • Dusky, Jack R.
  • Duvall, Harold
  • Dyer, Charles M.
  • Dyer, Lowell W.
Box 4
  • Eagon, Vernon R. [Includes World War II]
  • Earnheart, Harry I.
  • Eckberg, A. Ralph
  • Eckhardt, William Gerhard
  • Edelman, Lawrence H.
  • Edge, Dee
  • Edmondson, Benjamin F.
  • Edwards, Fred James
  • Edwards, Leon E.
  • Egan, James
  • Elam, Joe C.
  • Elliott, Joseph B.
  • Ellsworth, Murray
  • Emerson, Jesse
  • Engwall, Carl A.
  • Esley, Walter
  • Evans, Joseph E.
  • Fangman, Arthur A.
  • Farmer, Arlo J.
  • Farris, Fred A.
  • Faulkner, Howard G. [Includes World War II]
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  • Fisher, Sylvester L.
  • Fitzgerald, Charles
  • Fitzpatrick, Fred
  • Flade, Charles F.
  • Fleming, Patrick F.
  • Fleming, Richard, Jr.
  • Fletcher, Claude C. [Includes World War II]
  • Florance, John D.
  • Florence, Albert Fred
  • Flowers, Larry D.
  • Foley, Roy P.
  • Foltz, Frank
  • Forester, C.B.
  • Forney, Abram Hoffman [Includes World War II]
  • Forrester, James A.
  • Fowler, Alonzo F.
  • Fowler, Leroy Joseph
  • Franke, Charles A.
  • Frazee, Harry W. [Includes World War II]
  • Frazer, Eldon M.
  • French, Albert Eugene
  • Frey, Paul A.
  • Friedman, Benjamin [Includes World War II]
Box 5
  • Frisinger, C.A.
  • Fuller, Ellis B.
  • Fulling, Virgil H.
  • Fulton, Edd
  • Gabelman, Fred, Jr.
  • Gardner, Lester H.
  • Garten, Carl T.
  • Gates, Curtis B. [Includes World War II]
  • Gatto, Michele
  • Gerboth, Rollin
  • Giblin, Edward J.
  • Gillette, Edward [Includes World War II]
  • Gillette, William H.
  • Gish, Herbert D. [Includes World War II]
  • Glaves, Virgil E.
  • Goebbels, Lester Daniel
  • Goosey, Orrie B.
  • Gordon, William L.
  • Gorrill, Galen A. [Includes World War II]
  • Gragg, Vertil C.
  • Graham, George A.
  • Graves, Cliff
  • Green, Harry
  • Greenberg, Charles
  • Greene, Frank M.
  • Greer, William C.
  • Griffith, Rolland J.
  • Grutsch, Frank L.
  • Guedry, Charles A.
  • Gupton, Theodore
  • Hachinsky, Stanley Martin
  • Hackley, Porter L.
  • Hagan, Fendell A. [Includes World War II]
  • Hagee, George M.
  • Hager, William M. [Includes World War II]
  • Hall, Weaver
  • Hall, Willard B.
  • Hallett, Charles M.
  • Halsead, Felix G. [Includes World War II]
  • Hames, Samuel M.
  • Hammer, Karl Frederick
  • Hancock, Lesleigh
  • Hancock, Murray J.
  • Hanna, John Robert
  • Hannan, William E. [Includes World War II]
  • Harding, William V.
  • Harigan, Inez
  • Harlan, James E.
  • Harland, Frank G.
  • Harp, Carl Elza
  • Harper, Charles E.
  • Harris, Cecil R.
  • Harris, Hector W.
  • Harris, Samuel D.
  • Harris, William Howard
  • Harvey, Leo E.
  • Harvey, Leslie E.
  • Haseman, Otto F.
  • Hawley, Leslie H.
  • Hayes, Lucius B.
  • Heagerty, Clarence C.
  • Heinline, Lawrence L. [Includes World War II]
  • Helmick, Charles G. [Includes World War II]
  • Hendrickson, Evar
  • Henry, Edward H.S.
  • Henry, Joe Clifford
  • Hepler, Laurence G.
  • Herndon, Joseph Frank
  • Herrling, Carl N.
  • Herzog, Louis H.
  • Heyssel, Alonzo E.C.
  • Hibbert, Chester A.
  • Higginbotham, Herman H.
  • Highsmith, Mrs. Effie [Includes World War II]
  • Hightower, Charles M.
  • Hill, Leonard E.
  • Hill, Myron
  • Hill, William C.
  • Hilliard, Charles M.
  • Hillis, Gordon N.
  • Hinde, Edgar G.
  • Hirt, William
  • Hitleman, Clarence A.
  • Hitterdal, Clifford
  • Hoard, Edgar F.
  • Hockett, Ray L.
  • Hoffman, Jake
  • Holcomb, Alle E.
  • Holder, Cam R.
  • Holder, John H.
  • Hollingsworth, George M.
  • Hollman, John
  • Holt, Rolla B.
Box 6
  • Hood, Willie Lincoln
  • Hook, James F.
  • Hoppe, E.A.
  • Hopper, Ralph G.
  • Horigan, Joseph D.
  • Hornaday, Ralph C.
  • Hornaday, Thomas Reginald [Includes World War II]
  • Horner, Thomas E.
  • Housholder, Victor Hugo
  • Housley, Gilbert O.
  • Howard, Frederick L.
  • Howe, Alvin J.
  • Huffman, Claude I.
  • Hunn, Troy O.
  • Huntsinger, Ivan
  • Hynes, George Ivan
  • Inge, Robert B.
  • Insley, William E.
  • Irish, Fred F.
  • Jackson, Virgil E.
  • Jacobson, Edward
  • James, Raymond
  • Jarvis, Robert L.
  • Jeffers, Jack A.
  • Jeffries, Charles R.
  • Jennings, Edwin S.
  • Johnson, Harry W.
  • Johnson, John M.
  • Johnson, Roy D.
  • Johnston, Mrs. Beulah
  • Jones, William Don [Includes World War II]
  • Judge, Sylverster C., Jr. [Includes World War II]
  • Kaas, James J.
  • Kamm, Carl B.
  • Kanaga, Clinton W.
  • Kaudt, Martin C.
  • Keefe, John L.
  • Keifer, Joseph W.
  • Keirsey, Chester A.
  • Keith, Francis O.
  • Kelley, David E.
  • Kelley, Harry M.
  • Kelly, Charles Wallace
  • Kelly, Donald F.
  • Kelly, Thos. J.
  • Kelsey, Charles B.
  • Kent, Claude J.
  • Kern, Aloysius G.
  • Kessinger, Herman E.
  • Keys, Burson T.
  • Kimbrough, R.L.
  • Kirchner, Alfred L.
  • Kirchner, Paul
  • Kiser, Mrs. Don
  • Klein, Morris O.
  • Klemme, Whelan W.
  • Kobs, Adolph J.
  • Kraemer, William E.
  • Krone, Clarence F. [Includes World War II]
  • Krouse, John
  • Kuehn, Nic
  • Kulage, Vincent J.
  • Kunz, Frank J.
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  • Lalumandier, Henry F.
  • Lane, John A.
  • Lang, Chester
  • Lang, Fred N.
  • Langner, Emil William
  • Lantz, Dillard A.
  • Lasson, Joe Randolph
  • Laubenthal, O.J.
  • Lawrence, Bertram I. [Includes World War II]
  • Lawson, William D., Jr.
  • Lee, Jay McIlvaine
  • Lewellen, Charles P.
  • Liggett, Austin A.
  • Links, John A.
  • Lively, Ralph E.
  • Lockard, Ernest M.
  • Logan, John Austin
  • Logan, John P.
  • Lonberger, Frank Monroe
  • Long, Ray
  • Lorenz, William G.
  • Louberger, J.M.
  • Loucks, Harold
  • Lucas, Chris H.
  • Lucas, W.F.
  • MacDonald, Donald E.
  • MacDuff, Irl Gilbert
  • Maddox, Edmon R.
  • Maddux, Frank A.
  • Mailen, James H.
  • Major, Duncan A.
  • Mandl, Frank J.
  • Maps
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Box 8
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  • Marks, Ted
  • Martin, Charles I.
  • Martin, E.C.
  • Martin, Edwin W.
  • Martin, John E.
  • Martin, Mrs. Harold
  • Martin, William H.
  • Mason, William S.
  • Mathews, George B.
  • Mathews, J. G.
  • McCabe, George H.
  • McCain, Nellie
  • McCallum, Charles J.
  • McClellan, William Clay
  • McCullough, John B.
  • McDowell, Landis D.
  • McGehe, Floyd A.
  • McGrath, Harold D.
  • McGuire, Russell T.
  • McKenna, Robert J.
  • McKim, Eddie
  • McLane, Glenwood Lyle
  • McMahon, Fred R. [Includes World War II]
  • McMahon, William J. [Includes World War II]
  • McMillen, R. Delbert
  • McMurray, Harold D.
  • Meister, Paul E.
  • Memorabilia
  • Menardi, George
  • Meng, Walter F.
  • Milan, William E.
Box 9
  • Miles, John L.
  • Miller, Edward J.
  • Miller, Jacob A.
  • Miller, Jo Zach
  • Miller, Willbe F.
  • Moffatt, Grant T.
  • Monteith, James K.
  • Montgomery, Dave
  • Mooney, Weldon
  • Moore, David H.
  • Moore, Edwin W.
  • Moore, Hugh C.
  • Morgan, Harold N.
  • Morris, Earl B.
  • Morris, Toby
  • Mort, Leo M.
  • Mott, Roy A.
  • Moudy, Alfred W.
  • Mueller, Harrie S. [Includes World War II]
  • Murphy, John J.
  • Murray, Benjamin R.
  • Myers, Oscar Lee
  • Nathan, Frank E.
  • Neil, Wallace M.
  • Nelson, Gerald
  • Nelson, Henning F. [Includes World War II]
  • Nelson, Len B.
  • Nesselhof, William
  • Nettle, Walter H.
  • Netzer, William
  • Newlund, Vern L.
  • Newspaper Clippings
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Box 10
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  • Nicholson, Angus
  • Nickell, Joe
  • Nixon, Harry M.
  • Noonan, Allan S.
  • Noonan, Michael S.
  • O'Brien, Harry R.
  • O'Bryant, Charles W.
  • O'Connor, Richard J.
  • Oehrle, Charles F.
  • O'Laughlin, Edward M.
  • Olive, John W.
  • Oman, Ralph W.
  • Osgood, Warren L.
  • Oslund, Herbert C.
  • Owen, James F.
  • Owen, R. A.
  • Painter, Edward Luzon
  • Parker, James H. [Includes World War II]
  • Parker, John L.
  • Parker, Roy H.
  • Parkerson, Harvie Lawson
  • Parks, Earl O.
  • Parrott, James Don
  • Patterson, C.H.
  • Pattison, James H.
  • Paul, Russell B.
  • Payne, Henry Ellis
  • Pearson, Henry Buster
  • Pemberton, Raymond M.
  • Pennifold, George E.
  • Perkins, Harry A.
  • Perkins, William Henry
  • Perryman, Jack
  • Petersen, Adolph B.
  • Peterson, Rector F.
  • Photographs
  • Pierce, Harry H.
  • Pierce, L.B.
  • Pierce, Thomas J.
  • Pinger, Hobart
  • Pleasants, John
  • Pletcher, Paul
  • Plumber, Frank B.
  • Plunkett, James Willis
  • Polley, John R.
  • Poore, Luther F.
  • Powelson, Okla A.
  • Powers, Edmond
  • Prichard, Benjamin Boone
  • Pride, Joseph C.
Box 11
  • Printed Materials
  • Procopio, Leo
  • Pruitt, John S.
  • Pryor, Roy E.
  • Pursley, Vernon W.
  • Quinn, Henry Patrick [Includes World War II]
  • Quinn, Theo J.
  • Ramee, Per [Includes World War II]
  • Randall, Emil A.
  • Reader, Harry
  • Reed, Nelson
  • Regan, Vester L.
  • Reier, Carl S.
  • Revill, Edward G.
  • Rhodes, Thomas H.
  • Rich, Robert G.
  • Richeson, Louis H.
  • Ricketts, Carl V.
  • Riddle, William Robert
  • Ridgell, Tim
  • Rieves, James H.
  • Riggs, John E.
  • Riley, Charles Edward
  • Riley, Morris Glenn [Includes World War II]
  • Ristine, Carl L.
  • Rizzi, Joseph N. [Includes World War II]
  • Robinson, Earl R.
  • Robyn, Paul
  • Rodewald, Howard C.
  • Rogers, Harold A.
  • Rosell, Darrell R. [Includes World War II]
  • Rosenblum L.A.
  • Rowland, James Louis
  • Russell, Cecil Earl
  • Russell, Virgil Byron
  • Russell, Willard P. [Includes World War II]
  • Rust, Boyd
  • Sain, Frank J.
  • Saling, Thomas Woodson
  • Saller, William H.
  • Sams, D. Milford
  • Sanders, R.E.
  • Sanitary Squad 18
  • Sauerwein, August
  • Savage, Isaac W.
  • Sayers, Samuel D.
  • Schlegel, William
  • Schmidt, Erwin Otto
  • Schmidt, Richard M.
  • Schoen, Carl H.
  • Schrantz, Ward L. [Includes World War II]
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  • Schuster, George A.R.
  • Schwartzberg, Harry
  • Secor, St. Clair R.
  • Seely, Guy
  • Seifert, Frank Louis
  • Sellers, Merle D.
  • Senecal, James E.
  • Sennewald, Ferdinand W.
  • Shacklett, Glenn E.
  • Shalkoski, Vic
  • Sharkey, Charles T.
  • Shell, James A.
  • Sherman, Benjamin P.
  • Sherman, Dale, E. [Includes World War II]
  • Sherritt, Asa Wesley
  • Shields, Edward E.
  • Shipman, David F.
  • Sickel, John
  • Sirderous, Xilon
  • Slade, George T.
  • Smith, Charles G.
  • Smith, Chester E.
  • Smith, Coit A.
  • Smith, David J.
  • Smith, Elza C.
  • Smith, Emmett E.
  • Smith, Frank Warner
  • Smith, George W.
Box 13
  • Smith, John L.
  • Smith, Michael J.
  • Smith, Nathan O.
  • Smith, Otto C.
  • Smith, Robert B.
  • Smith, W.J.
  • Smyth, Emmett
  • Snoble, Adolph J.
  • Snodgress, Thomas F.
  • Snow, Julian B.
  • Snyder, John R.
  • Snyder, Walter C.
  • Speirs, Sterling R.
  • Spencer, Eugene J.
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
Box 14
  • Spies, Leo C.
  • Spradlin, Albert F.
  • Springer, John T.
  • Springer, Paul H.
  • Springer, William B.
  • Standly, E.D.
  • Stanford, Edwar H.
  • Stanley, James
  • Stanley, Joseph F.
  • Stayton, E.M.
  • Stearns, Morris L.
  • Steeber, William O.
  • Stephan, Earl Daniel
  • Stephens, Dishman K.
  • Stephens, Hollis J.
  • Stephenson, John Aaron
  • Steward, Harley Moore
  • Stewart, Elmer Orville
  • Stolle, William M.
  • Strode, John R.
  • Strohmyer, William E.
  • Stubblefield, Seth G.
  • Sturdy, Orvis A.
  • Sullivan, Richard H.
  • Supple, George H.
  • Swartz, Milton E.
  • Sweningsen, Milton B.
  • Swoboda, Leo A. [Includes World War II]
  • Talbott, Jack
  • Taylor, Tom L. [Includes World War II]
  • The New York Times: Mid-Week Pictorial - September 9, 1914-March 13, 1919
  • Thiell, Rex F.
  • Thirty-Fifth Division History
  • Thomas, Donald R.
  • Thompson, Jerome F. [Includes World War II]
  • Thompson, Wesley A.
  • Thonney, Ernest
  • Thurston, Bryant E.
  • Timmins, Home H.
  • Timmins, Vaughn E.
  • Tomlinson, William A.
  • Toole, Wilbert Maurice
  • Trible, George H.
  • Trigg, Steven
  • Trimble, Homer Ezra
  • Truman, Ralph E. [Includes World War II]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 15
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Maps [Includes World War II]
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Newspapers [Includes World War II]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Armed Forces Day, 1954
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Army Day, 1941
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Career
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Cuba
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Dedications, Dinners, Parades, Presentations
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Democratic National Convention, 1948
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Mexican Border - Laredo, Texas
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Officers
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Officers, No Date
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Other Units - 542nd O. Co., H.M.F.A., A.P.O. 872
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Philippines
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Ralph E. Truman Memorial Armory Dedication
Box 16
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reserve Camps
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1928
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1941
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1946
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1947
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1949
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1950
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1951
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1952
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1955
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1958
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1959
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Reunion, 1961
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Soldiers
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 35th Military Police Platoon
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 110th Engineers and 35th Signal Company
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 110th Observation Squadron A.C.
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 110th Quartermaster Company
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 130th Field Artillery
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 134th Infantry
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 137th Infantry
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 139th Infantry
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 140th Infantry
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Thirty-Fifth Division Units - 161st Field Artillery
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Training Maneuvers
  • Truman, Ralph E. - Photographs - Truman, Harry S.
  • Trusdell, Enos
  • Tuck, Elmer C.
  • Tucker, Morris J.
  • Turpen, Oliver P.
  • Ulrey, Ernest
  • Ulrey, Henry L.
  • Urick, Hoyt
  • Vance, Lydia
  • Van Luchene, Rene
  • Van Ness, William Dean
  • Van Ney, Guy S.
  • Van Tine, Elmer L.
  • Vaughan, Harry H. [Includes World War II]
  • Verchere, George A.
  • Vincil, Peake
  • Wachtel, Sigmund
  • Waggener, Edgar Fleetwood
  • Wagner, Nichlaus C.
  • Wakeman, Clyde [Includes World War II]
  • Walker, Arthur L.
  • Walker, Barnett E.
  • Walker, Earl
  • Wallace, George B.
  • Wallace, Walter C.
  • Walz, Walter J. [Includes World War II]
  • Ward, Charles
  • Wardin, Herbert B.
  • Warner, Francis S.
  • Warren, Orie L.
  • Warriner, Homer William
  • Watson, Leon
  • Weaver, Harley D.
  • Webb, Joseph D.
  • Weber, August
  • Weed, Mahlon S.
  • Weibel, Leo N.
  • Welcome, Earl Howard [Includes World War II]
Box 17
  • Wells, Guy C.
  • Welsh, Edmund B.
  • Werner, Howard P. [Includes World War II]
  • West, Fred H.
  • West, Robert D.
  • Weyant, Philip John
  • Whitaker, Arthur E.
  • White, Allen C.
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • White, Clyde E.
  • White, Joe H.
  • Whitton, Fred W.
  • Wiggans, Roy W.
  • Wiles, Claude E.
  • Wilkinson, Richard J.
  • Williams, Dan F.
  • Williams, Wayne King
  • Williams, William E.
  • Williamson, Joe Brown
  • Wilson, Barnett A.
  • Wilson, Ben D.
  • Wilson, Elsworth W.
  • Wilson, James C.
  • Wilson, Leslie
  • Wilson, Silas Lorin
  • Winfrey, Guy M.
  • Wolfe, Charles W.
  • Wood, John K.
  • Woodall, Roland H.
  • Woodruff, Emry H.
  • Woods, James Mack
  • Woods, Samuel F.
  • Wooley, Charles
  • Woolhether, Lawrence Abbott
  • Wootten, Rieff
  • Worrell, Richard O.
  • Wright, Chandler P.
  • Wright, Macel
  • Wright, Paul C.
  • Wyman, Max
  • Yarrow, Allen Andrews
  • Yates, Edward Charles
  • Yeager, Francis D.
  • Young, Arthur Farley [Includes World War II]
  • Young, Eugene L.
  • Younger, William H.
  • Ziegelmeier, Peter
  • Zimmerschied, Ardie E.
Box 18
  • Abbott, H.P.
  • Adams, U.S.
  • Alessandro, James
  • Alexander, Wilbert J.
  • Allen, Orval O.
  • Amelio, Francis P.
  • Andersen, Dan L.
  • Anderson, Frank L.
  • Archer, Ira R.
  • Arndt, Henry W.
  • Ashlock, Donald N.
  • Ayala, Julian H.
  • Baade, Paul
  • Bacher, Robert F.
  • Bagley, Ervin A.
  • Baker, William C., Jr.
  • Ball, Elmer L.
  • Barclay, James Lewis
  • Barker, Thomas L.
  • Barnes, Seth S.
  • Bass, Eddie
  • Begesse, Virgil W.
  • Belden, Hugh
  • Belt, Lloyd W., Sr.
  • Benton, Selby G.
  • Bentz, Theodore H.
  • Bergman, Sydney
  • Berman, Martin
  • Beyer, James C.
  • Biehn, Hubert Dyke
  • Bland, Theodore C.
  • Blanken, Louis
  • Blessing, Martin M.
  • Bodine, Harold W.
  • Boise, Avin E.
  • Boreman, Howard L.
  • Borgstrom, Stanley Alworth
  • Boyt, Russell
  • Brady, Byron O.
  • Brany, John Steve
  • Bratkovic, Frank A.
  • Brayton, Richard A.
  • Brakmann, Charles H.
  • Brown, Donald G.
  • Busch, Arthur R.
  • Campbell, Robert L.
  • Cannon, Woodrow W.
  • Caputo, Patrick Mario
  • Carlsen, Leslie J.
  • Carlson, Arthur, Jr.
  • Carpenter, Earl
  • Carpenter, John E.
  • Carter, Cloud G.
  • Carter, William Randle
  • Casey, Eugene R.
  • Chromcik, Andrew
  • Clancy, Robert L.
  • Clemens, Guy
  • Clemmons, John B.
  • Collier, Harold L.
  • Conzelmann, Louis O.
  • Coover, Charles R.
  • Copley, Claude O.
  • Cordel, Arthur F.
  • Cordle, George Washington
  • Cosma, John H.
  • Cressy, John Edward
  • Crowe, Hollis B.
  • Curry, Raymond C.
  • Cusano, Emiddio C.
Box 19
  • Dahlstedt, Wallace E.
  • Dalrymple, Earl F.
  • Darner, Otis L.
  • Davis, Clifford Turl
  • Davis, Donald L.
  • Davis, James M.
  • Decker, Donald Wayne
  • Decato, Nicholas
  • Deters, Bertus Johannas
  • Dodrill, Elmer
  • Donegan, Almond
  • Dougal, John
  • Douglass, John E.
  • Drake, John Richard, Jr.
  • Dreifuss, Felix H.
  • Edwards, William Agnew
  • Ellwood, Jack
  • Embrey, Jack K.
  • Engel, Herman J.
  • Eppes, Buford W.
  • Erickson, Knux A.
  • Fancher, Eldorus E.
  • Fenske, Wesley R.
  • Fettes, John G.
  • Fitzgerald, Charles E
  • Flynt, Paul H., Jr.
  • Ford, John W.
  • Foster, Mark F.
  • Francis, Thomas L.
  • Frederickson, Glenn L.
  • Friedman, Isadore
  • Friedman, Seymour G.
  • Fritz, Gordon B.
  • Fus, Adam J.
  • Garrard, Etsel C.
  • Gass, Henry R.
  • Geiss, Charles J.
  • Geoffroy, Michilini
  • Gill, Richard T.
  • Gilman, William P.
  • Golden, George S., Jr.
  • Goodwill, Harold
  • Graff, James G.
  • Graves, Merlin Eugene
  • Groves, M.R.
  • Guzowski, George
  • Haahr, Wendell P.
  • Hall, Durward G.
  • Hall, James M.
  • Hamblen, Lyons A.
  • Harrison, James L.
  • Hart, Chester R.
  • Harvey, Lyle K.
  • Hathron, Edgar C.
  • Hawkins, E.B.
  • Heck, Wilbur Arthur
  • Heggy, Leroy W.
  • Helmer, C. Arthur
  • Hicks, Harry A.
  • Hilbert, Kermit P.
  • Himminger, Lieutenant
  • Hobbs, Wilbur G.
  • Hoge, Elmer
  • Hogg, Garrett, Jr.
  • Hollman, William D.
  • Howland, Ray K.
  • Huff, Leo E.
  • Hunt, Marvie Avanell
  • Huston, James A.
Box 20
  • Intelligence Bulletin
  • Jamieson, George William
  • Janes, Ira N.
  • Johnson, Herbert T.
  • Johnson, Orval
  • Jones, Marvin Alton
  • Jones, Paul J.
  • Jongeling, Fred H.
  • Juenger, George L.
  • Kearnes, Dale K.
  • Kennedy, Edward R.
  • Kimmel, Lee T.
  • Kinville, Paul J.
  • Kirschnik, Harvey
  • Kiser, Richard Orville
  • Kjer, Winfred E.
  • Knopke, R.W.
  • Knudson, James N.
  • Koboldt
  • Koehler, William C
  • Kohls, Keith L.
  • Kolb, Myron D.
  • Krause, Kenneth F.
  • Kreuzburg, George M.
  • Krok, Edward
  • Kumpf, Russell A.
  • Landis, Sherman P.
  • Larsen, Lloyd N.
  • Latta, John, Jr.
  • Lawson, Earl J.
  • Leffler, Delbert C.
  • Lesser, Adolph J.
  • Lewis, Joseph B.
  • Lilly, Ralph S.
  • Linberg, Oscar J.
  • Lowe, Denzil R.
  • Lowry, Fonce C.
  • Lowry, Murrel W.
  • Malmo, Albert I.
  • Mandis, Louis
  • Manley, Joseph Warren
  • Mann, Alva Homer
  • Maps
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Martin, Arthur L.
  • Martin, Lee R.
  • Matthew, John R.
Box 21
  • Matthews, J. W.
  • Matthews, Onral Max
  • Mattson, Edward H.
  • Maxwell, James H.
  • McGuire, Walter J.
  • McKeniff, John J.
  • McKinsey, Roy R.
  • McLeland, George R.
  • Menelao, Floyd
  • Mergen, Leo S.
  • Merryman, Jesse G.
  • Merten, John R.
  • Meyer, Glen W.
  • Meyers, Arthur J.
  • Miltonberger, Butler B.
  • Mody, Raymond W.
  • Moidel, Mitchel
  • Mooney, Glen
  • Moore, Edward D.
  • Motsinger, Crete H.
  • Mullins, Wilford Clinton
  • Murdock, Harry B.
  • Nash, George V.
  • Nault, Harry H.
  • Neal, Howard Lilbern, Jr.
  • Nelson, Leonard Stewart
  • Newkirk, Nemo
  • Newspaper Clippings
  • Newspapers
  • Nickerson, Theodore
  • Niehaus, Emory C.
  • Noecker, Arthur J.
  • Nye, Warren W.
  • Oldfield, Barney
  • Orender, Kenneth William
  • Owens, Ross
  • Panagoplos, Geo. A.
  • Parish, Donald B.
  • Patterson, Ralph E.
  • Pedersen, Ferris E.
  • Perry, Lewis C.
  • Peters, Leonard D.
  • Peterson, Ernest R.
  • Petrie, Elmer M.
  • Pettrone, Angelo
  • Peveler, Robert E.
  • Pfenning, Glen C.
  • Photographs
  • Plis, Casimir Edward
  • Pokornik, John
  • Powell, Chester Willis
  • Printed Materials
  • Radeck, Irwin W.
  • Rawlings, Ray H.
  • Reber, Karl H.
  • Regas, Clarence
  • Rhoads, William L., Jr.
Box 22
  • Richard, Harry J.
  • Richards, William T.
  • Ridge, Elton H.
  • Roberts, Paul
  • Rochna, Adam
  • Rodriguez, Francisco A.
  • Ronfeldt, Bernhart A.
  • Rosochacki, Edward F.
  • Ross, Albert L.
  • Rupe, Lee
  • Sadowski, Adam J.
  • Salmon, Edwardo Briceno
  • Salter, George B.
  • Sanford, Liuetenant
  • Sanford, Walter E., Jr.
  • Sarber, John L.
  • Saylor, Milo L.
  • Schoonover, Ferry G.
  • Scrapbook, 1940-1941
  • Scrapbook - The Silver Wings Mothers' Club
  • Seeger, Virgil J.
  • Seeley, Cleeve S.
  • Seib, Vincent J.
  • Semlek, William A.
  • Shannon, Harold C.
  • Shelley, Paul L.
  • Showalter, Frank L.
  • Shreve, Neal H.
  • Siegal, Joseph
  • Silverman, Sid
  • Simpson, Harry C.
  • Simpson, William Hood
  • Singer, Morris
  • Skidmore, Mahlon A.
  • Skoumal, Edward R.
  • Slife, Oscar J.
  • Smiddy, James
  • Smith, Edward Milton
  • Smith, Howard Henry
  • Sochacki, George W.
  • Solomon, Maddrey A.
  • Sowan, George J.
  • Sperl, Francis X.
  • Spurrier, Junior J.
  • Stallcup, Odie T.
  • Stark, Bertram John
  • Starry, Don A.
  • Statuto, Albert
  • Staycer, Peter A.
  • Stearns, Harry A.
  • Sternlieb, Bertram
Box 23
  • Stewart, Clarence J.
  • Stoll, Fred H.
  • Stombeck, Julius Boyd
  • Strain, Biard C.
  • Strobel, Eldred C.
  • Strobel, Harvey H.
  • Strom, Elmer A.
  • Swanger, Luke Jackson
  • Swenson, Leon H.
  • Swink, Hazel V.
  • Tallent, Thomas C.
  • Tally, William G.
  • Taylor, Eugene M.
  • The Covered Wagon
  • Theurer, George, Jr.
  • Thevenet, Allen J.
  • Thirty-Fifth Division History
  • Thomas, Edward Dayre
  • Thrift, Chester B.
  • Tingle, Jack Koen
  • Trigg, Kleber M, Jr.
  • Tucker, Clayton E.
  • Ulm, Gerald K.
  • Urie, Laurence G.
  • Van Scyoc, John J.
  • Vey, William G.
  • Vogts, Walter
  • Volk, Harold G.
  • Waddell, Glenn F.
  • Wagner, Robert H.
  • Wagner, Walter W.
  • Waller, Ed W.
  • Ward, James Voyd
  • Ward, John J.
  • Wasserman, Kurt
  • Webb, Ernest Elton
  • Webb, Marvin J.
  • Weiss, Jacob C.
  • Welch, Lyle A.
  • Wells, Alton
  • Wells, Glen
  • Wells, Harold G.
  • Westbrooke, Jack G.
  • Wheeler, Archie L.
  • White, Howard S.
  • White, Marrin E.
  • Wiese, Raymond J.
  • Wildhorn, Hyman
  • Wilkinson, Clem
  • Williams, Duane E.
  • Wilson, Stanley H.
  • Wise, Ray L.
  • Wittenberg, Frank H.
  • Wolfe, Raleigh Eugene
  • Woods, Ted
  • Wright, Claude R.
  • Zavelo, Sandor
Box 24
  • Albert, Calvin Dale
  • Clayton, Lawrence Leslie
  • Devers, Jacob L.
  • Diehl, Ross
  • Doniphan Regiment
  • Dudley, Harry E.
  • Fowler, Iver
  • Georgieff, Nicholas
  • Jefferson Memorial Record, 1913
  • Johnson, Fred
  • Kerr, Len
  • Meyer, Rudolph A.
  • Missouri National Guard Meeting Minutes, 1871
  • Missouri National Guard Record Book, 1871-1876
  • National Guard and Reserve Officers School - Engineer Branch
  • Newspaper Clippings
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 25
  • Niehaus, Frank A.
  • Paul, Herbert
  • Photo Album - Past Presidents
  • Photographs
  • Printed Materials
  • Quinn, Perry M.
  • Regimental History
  • Reunion Programs and Events
  • Riggs, Charles N.
  • Roberts, Ivan E.
  • Roth, George B.
  • Schmatz, Walter Tony
  • Scrapbook, 1897-1900
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - First Regiment Infantry, 1897-1903
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - First Regiment Infantry, 1907-1909
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - First Regiment Infantry, 1913-1914
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - 138th Infantry, 1926-1928
Box 26
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - 138th Infantry, 1928-1936
  • Scrapbook - Missouri National Guard - 138th Infantry, 1936-1939
  • Smith, Mrs. Harold V.
  • Stationery
  • Thirty-Fifth Division History
  • 35th Divisionnaire
  • Todd, Frederick P.
  • Wagner, Theodore C.
  • Williams, Otto F.
  • Woodis, Harry E.

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