4 results found for: name:"Anderson, Edward W."

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1945 Feb. 27

United States. Army

Memorandum from United States Army

England - Concerning establishment of Welfare Committee for 67th Fighter Wing and 326th Signal Co. Wing. Addressed to "All Concerned" and signed by Edward W. Anderson, Brigadier General, U.S. Army. From a records jacket (envelope) of documents pertaining to company history, with handwritten label "French."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944

United States. Army

Memorandum from United States Army to Commanding Officer and 326th Signal Company

England - Undated commendation to organization 326th Signal Company for superior service to Headquarters 67th Fighter Wing, especially for communications. Signed by Edward W. Anderson, Brigadier General, U.S. Army. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944

United States. Army Air Forces

Cheers

England - Words to cheers and fight songs for members of the Air Force units stationed at Walcot Hall, apparently teams for athletic competitions. On the back are lists and notes pertaining to the competitions.

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

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