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1943 Dec.

United States. Army Air Forces

326th Signal Company Wing history

England - Handwritten draft concerning the formation and evolution of the 326th Signal Co. Wing, activated on January 10, 1943, at Camp Pinedale in Fresno, California, through December 1, 1943. Covers training activities in California and New Jersey, travel by ship to an unknown destination, and arrival by train at new station, Headquarters 67th Fighter Wing, at Walcot Hall. Also mentions some promotions and de... more

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Sept.

United States. Army Air Forces

326th Signal Company Wing citations

England - Concerning commendations of the 326th Signal Co. Wing, 67th Fighter Wing. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

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

1945 Oct. 18

United States. Army Air Forces

326th Signal Company Wing roster of officers

England - Typed lists of company officers by rank. From a records jacket (envelope) of documents pertaining to company history, with handwritten label "French."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1943 Oct. 22

United States. Army Air Forces

Special roster

Camp Pinedale (Calif.) - Form listing three officers of the 326th Signal Co. Wing facing a permanent change of station. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Oct. 6

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from 326th Signal Company Wing to 67th Fighter Wing

England - Concerning activities of the 326th Signal Co. Wing for September 1944 and the unit's reassignment from VIII Fighter Command to 1st Bombardment Division. Addressed to Commanding General, 67th Fighter Wing, for the attention of the Wing historian, signed by Captain Delmar E. Holstad. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1943 Dec.

United States. Army Air Forces

326th Signal Company Wing history

England - Concerning the formation and evolution of the 326th Signal Co. Wing, activated on January 10, 1943, at Camp Pinedale in Fresno, California, through November 21, 1943, after the organization's arrival in England, at Headquarters 67th Fighter Wing, Walcot Hall. Very brief history consists of two parts, the first outlining activities in the United States, the second in the European Theater. Marked "secre... more

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1943 Dec.

United States. Army Air Forces

326th Signal Company Wing history

England - Concerning training activities of the 326th Signal Co. Wing, from August 4, 1943, through December 1, 1943. Covers training activities in California and New Jersey, travel by ship to an unknown destination, and arrival by train at new station, Headquarters 67th Fighter Wing, at Walcot Hall. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1944 Jan. 4

United States. Army Air Forces

Memorandum from 326th Signal Company Wing to 67th Fighter Wing

England - Concerning beginning of activities of the 326th Signal Co. Wing performing all signal duties for Wing Headquarters as of December 1, 1943. Marked "secret," addressed to Commanding General, 67th Fighter Wing, and signed by Captain Delmar E. Holstad. From a records jacket (envelope) with handwritten labels "Company History" and "1944."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers

1945

United States. Army Air Forces

Headquarters Eighth Air Force organizational chart

England - Hand-drawn chart showing organization of the Eighth Air Force, which included the 67th Fighter Wing. From a records jacket (envelope) of documents pertaining to company history, with handwritten label "French."

Charles E. and M. Sybil Hartley Eshbach Papers