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Buddy and Katie Sinclair Dallas, TX, T Patch Memorial

Description: Photograph of L. M. "Buddy" and Katie Sinclair standing beside the memorial that they dedicated in honor of the "Texas" 36th Infantry Division. The soldiers in the division were the first American troops to invade Hitler's Europe at Salerno Beach, Italy on September 9, 1943. The monument also contains a brief summary of the division's actions during World War II and contains a list of the awards and citations the division received.
Date: 1996-09-07~
Item Type: Photograph

Texas 36th Infantry Division Memorial

Description: Information about a memorial for the "Texas" 36th Infantry Division. The 36th were the first American troops to invade Hitler's Europe at Salerno Beach, Italy, on September 9, 1943. Some information about the division's service record and awards and citations is included. Donated on Sept. 7, 1996 by L. M. "Buddy" Sinclair and Katie Sinclair.
Date: 1996~
Item Type: Text

T Patch Memorial in Dallas

Description: Photograph of a memorial in honor of the Texas 36th Infantry Division who were among the first to invade Hitler's Europe in World War II. The memorial contains a brief summary of the T Patchers actions during the war and a list of some awards and citations the division received. L. M. Buddy and Katie Sinclair dedicated the memorial.
Date: 1991-05-30~
Item Type: Photograph

T Patch Memorial in Dallas

Description: Photograph of a memorial in honor of the Texas 36th Infantry Division who were among the first to invade Hitler's Europe in World War II. The memorial contains a brief summary of the T Patchers actions during the war and a list of some awards and citations the division received. L. M. Buddy and Katie Sinclair dedicated the memorial.
Date: 1991-05-30~
Item Type: Photograph

Texas 36th Infantry Division Memorial

Description: Photocopy of a photograph and information about a memorial for the "Texas" 36th Infantry Division. The 36th were the first American troops to invade Hitler's Europe at Salerno Beach, Italy, on September 9, 1943. Some information about the division's service record and awards and citations is included. Donated on May 30, 1991 by L. M. "Buddy" Sinclair and Katie Sinclair.
Date: 1991~
Item Type: Text

Mrs. L. M. Sinclair

Description: Letter from L. M. "Buddy" Sinclair to his wife, Katie. Buddy was stationed in France at the time of this letter around February, 1945.
Date: 1945-02~
Creator: Sinclair, L. M.
Item Type: Letter

Award of Oak Leaf Cluster

Description: Letter from John E. Dahlquist, Major General, U. S. Army, to Lois M. Sinclair notifying Sinclair of the Oak Leaf Cluster award he received for heroic achievement in combat on June 12, 1944 in Italy during World War II.
Date: August 8, 1944
Item Type: Letter

Two soldiers by jeep 1944

Description: Photograph of Leroy Richter and Leo Highsmith, two soldiers in Italy during World War II. The soldiers are standing by a jeep with the Nazi flag draped over it. Leo Highsmith was wounded at Salerno Beach but returned to the division after recuperation.
Date: January 1944
Item Type: Photograph

L. M. Sinclair Registration Certificate

Description: Registration Certificate for Lois Maxwell "Buddy" Sinclair. Sinclair registered for Selective Service on October 16, 1942. The reverse of the certificate contains a description of the registrant.
Date: October 16, 1942
Item Type: Text

War Dept Pay Record

Description: Soldier's Individual Pay Record booklet belonging to Lois M. Sinclair, Sgt. Lois had served one and a half years as of August 7, 1942.
Date: 1942-08-07~
Creator: War Department
Item Type: Text

Katie Sinclair writing on board 1942-1945

Description: Photograph of Katie Sinclair writing on a board at Dept. #2 Club in "A" Plant at North American Aviation Inc. around 1942-1945. Katie married L. M. "Buddy" Sinclair, member of the 36th Infantry Division, who fought in World War II.
Date: 1942~/1945~
Item Type: Photograph

Fort Martha Nov. 11, 1941

Description: Photograph of several tents, equipment, and vehicles at Fort Martha on November 11, 1941. Company D, 1st Bravo, 141st Infantry.
Date: November 11, 1941
Item Type: Photograph

Soldiers putting up tents Ft. Worth 1941

Description: Photograph of several soldiers in uniform setting up tents in Ft. Worth, Texas on November 11, 1941 for an Armistice Day Parade. One soldier is identified as Driffle, K.I.A. The soldiers are members of the 36th Infantry Division.
Date: November 11, 1941
Item Type: Photograph

Soldiers working outside tent Ft. Worth 1941

Description: Photograph of several unidentified soldiers in uniform standing around several military tents. The soldiers are preparing for the Armistice Day Parade in Fort Worth on November 11, 1941. The soldiers are members of the 36th Infantry Division.
Date: November 11, 1941
Item Type: Photograph

Co. D. 141st. 1st Bn.

Description: Photograph of three soldiers from World War II at Camp Bowie in Brownwood, Texas. The soldiers are members of the 141st Infantry Company D. From left to right: Billy Shell, Gil C. Russi, Hollis Wilson.
Date: April 16, 1941
Creator: Skillern's
Item Type: Photograph

Camp Bowie Recreation Center

Description: Letter about Camp Bowie Recreation Center, military camp during World War II, and a photograph of some new recruits including Lois Maxwell "Buddy" Sinclair, and a photograph of Katie Sinclair, Buddy's wife. The soldiers are members of the 141st Infantry, 36th Infantry Division.
Date: 1941-01-13~
Item Type: Photograph

Leon K Lineman and Buddy Sinclair with cars

Description: Photograph of Leon K. Lineman and L. M. "Buddy" Sinclair in military uniforms posing by cars. Leon K. Lineman was killed in action in World War II. The soldiers served in the 36th Infantry Division.
Date: 1941~
Item Type: Photograph

Selective Service Card

Description: Selective Service Certificate for Lois Maxwell "Buddy" Sinclair. Sinclair registered for Selective Service on December 13, 1942. Sinclair lived at 1612 South Akard in Dallas, Texas and served in the 36th Infantry Division.
Date: December 13, 1940
Item Type: Text