The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum - 11 Matching Results

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Description: Newspaper clipping with the second part of an article about the death of Walter Fee.
Date: unknown

Former Calhoun mayor dies at age of 82

Description: Newspaper clipping with article about the death of Walter Fee, who served as mayor of Calhoun, Kentucky for 16 years.
Date: unknown
Creator: Phillips, Noelle

[Newspaper Clipping: GI "Calliope"]

Description: Newspaper clipping showing a multiple rocket launcher mounted to the top of a tank. The caption describes the technical aspects of the rocket launcher, including the time it takes to fire and the size and weight of the missiles.
Date: unknown

[Newspaper Clipping: Sisters All]

Description: Newspaper clipping showing the four daughters of Mrs. Arthur Sears with their escorts at the Abilene Army Air Base reception and dance.
Date: [1941..1945]

Obituaries: Walter W. Fee

Description: Newspaper clipping with an obituary of Walter W. Fee, former mayor of Calhoun, Kentucky.
Date: 1993

[Obituary for Lee H. Kropff]

Description: Obituary for Lee H. Kropff, who was buried with military rites. He died at the age of forty-three at Barberton Citizens Hospital in Barberton, Ohio, survived by his wife and three sons.
Date: 1965

[Obituary for Major General Carlow Brewer]

Description: Newspaper clipping with an obituary of Major General Carlos Brewer, who served as the commander of the 12th Armored Division during World War II. The obituary includes his surviving family members and funeral information.
Date: unknown

[Photograph of Blue Danube Crossing Sign]

Description: Copy of a text page from an unidentified publication that includes a photograph of a sign in front of a bridge that says "You are crossing the Beautiful Blue Danube thru courtesy of 12th Armored Division." Below the photo is a handwritten note that says "Dillingen," as well as a typed caption: "'Nuf Said!" Also below the photo is a segment of an article about the story surrounding picture.
Date: [1943..1945]

[Soldiers Gathered Outside of the May-Get-Inn]

Description: Newspaper clipping that features a photograph of a large group of soldiers standing in front of a wide building that has the words "May-Get-Inn" written on a banner on its side. The reverse side of the clipping features images of a city arranged around a canal, as well as a partial photograph of a man with juggling pins. The city in this photograph is believed to be Marseilles, France.
Date: [1944..1945]