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1944 Nov. 6

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from Headquarters 67th Figher Wing to 326th Signal Co.

England - Commending officers and personnel for superior service. Signed by Brigadier General Edward W. Anderson, with an added note from Captain Delmar E. Holstad congratulating the members of the 326th Signal Co. Wing for their work.

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Nov. 25

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from Chief Switchboard Operator to 1st Sergeant

England - Concerning activities of and new chairs for the Switchboard Operators Section of the 326th Signal Company Wing, with the subject line "Company History." Signed by T/5 Lawrence. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Oct. 16

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from Raymond B. Zellmer to 1st Sergeant Kelly

England - Concerning activities of the 326th Signal Company Wing, with the subject line "Company History." Signed by Sgt. Zellmer of the Teleprinter Section. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Nov. 15

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from Chief Switchboard Operator to 1st Sergeant

England - Concerning activities and personnel changes of the Switchboard Operators Section of the 326th Signal Company Wing, with the subject line "Company History." Signed by T/5 Lawrence. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Nov. 6

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from 67th Fighter Wing

England - Concerning activities of the 326th Signal Co. Wing and its communications services to Headquarters 67th Fighter Wing since November 21, 1943, including increase in number of messages, need for increased personnel, and importance of accuracy and speed for incoming and outgoing messages. Contains a note of commendation for the unit and signed by Lt. French. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwrit... more

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers