[Receipt for issues of ordinances, March 29, 1865]

[Receipt for issues of ordinances, March 29, 1865]

Date: March 29, 1865
Creator: Platner, John S.
Description: Document lists ordinance stores, including thirty Enfield muskets.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Invoice of ordinance, March 1, 1865]

[Invoice of ordinance, March 1, 1865]

Date: 1865-03-01~
Creator: Platner, John S.
Description: Document describing the ordinances in store, including carbine slings, saddle blankets, and carbine cartridge boxes among other supply items.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Receipt for issues, April 12, 1865]

[Receipt for issues, April 12, 1865]

Date: April 12, 1865
Creator: [Platnes, Colonel John S.]
Description: Document to Colonel John S. Platnes listing Ordinance stores, including carbine slings, and a carbine spencers in .52 caliber.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Receipt for issues, August 27, 1864]

[Receipt for issues, August 27, 1864]

Date: August 27, 1864
Creator: Comstock, E. D.
Description: Receipt of issues for Lt. H. K. redway from Major E. D. Comstock. The issued carbine "stars" were received by Redway at Point of Rockland on August 27, 1864. The invoice is signed by Major E. D. Comstock.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

Date: May 1, 1864
Creator: Platner, Lt. Col. J. S.
Description: Invoice created by Lt. Col. J. S. Platner for 15 unserviceable Starr breech-loading carbines. The issues were received by Platner at Martinsburg, West Virginia from Lt. Hamilton K. Redway. The invoice is dated May 1, 1864.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

Date: May 1, 1864
Creator: Platner, Lt. Col. J. S.
Description: Invoice created by Lt. Col. J. S. Platner for 15 unserviceable Starr breech-loading carbines. The issues were received by Platner at Martinsburg, West Virginia from Lt. Hamilton K. Redway. The invoice is dated May 1, 1864.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[William Giannopoulos Standing on a Crashed Messerschmitt Me 262]

[William Giannopoulos Standing on a Crashed Messerschmitt Me 262]

Date: April 1945
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of William Giannopoulos holding a carbine while crouching on the tail fin of a crashed Germany Messerschmitt Me 262 jet. The tail of the jet is camouflaged and the vertical tail fin is painted with a white background and a swastika. The cabin and fuselage of the jet can be seen behind Giannopoulos. A piece of paper with "World War II James Giannopoulos" has been taped to the front of the photo.
Contributing Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum
[Nine Soldiers Posing in Front of Hutments]

[Nine Soldiers Posing in Front of Hutments]

Date: 1944
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of nine U.S. Army soldiers posing together in front of two plywood hutment buildings. Most of the men are wearing uniforms and garrison caps. The standing men are identified as D. J. Hayter, Lester Goeman, Paul Gosser, Dale Miller, William McWorkman, and James Skinner, while Jasper Arbuckle, Merrill Stacy, and Catlin Jennings squat in front. Hayter is wearing a bathrobe while McWorkman is shirtless, wears sunglasses, and holds a towel around his neck. Arbuckle holds a large shell and Jennings holds a carbine.
Contributing Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum
[William Giannopoulos Firing a Carbine]

[William Giannopoulos Firing a Carbine]

Date: August 25, 1944
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of William Giannopoulos kneeling on the ground and aiming a carbine to the right. He is wearing a soft cap and a U.S. Army uniform.
Contributing Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum
[William Giannopoulos Standing on a Crashed Messerschmitt Me 262]

[William Giannopoulos Standing on a Crashed Messerschmitt Me 262]

Date: April 1945
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of William Giannopoulos holding a carbine while crouching on the tail fin of a crashed Germany Messerschmitt Me 262 jet. The tail of the jet is camouflaged and the vertical tail fin is painted with a white background and a swastika. The cabin and fuselage of the jet can be seen behind Giannopoulos.
Contributing Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum
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