Eleventh Air Force Reunion 1990, World War II History Project Collection Description

ELEVENTH AIR FORCE REUNION 1990. WORLD WAR II HISTORY PROJECT.
Papers; n.d., 1940s, 1968, 1971, 1984-1990.
3.25 cu. ft.

The Alaska Historical Society sponsored a reunion of members
of the 11th Air Force in Anchorage in 1990. Several groups cooperated
in the effort including the Alaska Regional Office of the National
Park Service, the Office of History of the Alaska Air Command,
the Office of History and Archeology of the Alaska Division of
Parks and Outdoor Recreation, the Department of History and the
Archives and Special Collections Department of the University of Alaska
Anchorage, and the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum. The reunion
took place at the Northern Lights Inn on August 9-11, 1990. The
cooperating agencies conducted oral history interviews and copied
photographs papers. The oral histories and the copied photographs
and papers as well as a few original items were placed in the
Archives and Special Collections Department of the University of Alaska
Anchorage.

This collection consists of the records and papers acquired
during the course of the Eleventh Air Force Reunion 1990, World
War II History Project, and placed in the Archives and Manuscripts
Department of the University of Alaska Anchorage. There are four
series: administrative files, project photographs, veterans files,
and oral history interviews. The administrative files contains
lists of cooperating groups interviewees, interviewers, and pre-interview
questionnaires. The project photographs include negatives and
contact prints of original photographs loaned by veterans for
copying and photographs of interviewers and interviewees. The
veterans files contain legal papers, copies of military related
papers, copied photographs, and other papers. In addition there
are documents concerning the history of the 11th Air Force and
the 51st through the 58th Fighter Squadrons. The oral history
interviews include tape cassette recordings of interviews with
thirty 11th Air Force veterans and transcripts of three recordings.

This collection was deposited in the Archives and Manuscripts
Department as a result of an agreement among the sponsoring and
cooperating agencies: the Alaska Historical Society; U.S. National
Park Service, Alaska Regional Office; U.S. Air Force, Alaska Air
Command, Office of History; Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor
Recreation; the University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of
History and the Archives and Special Collections Department; and the Alaska
Aviation Heritage Museum.

HMC-0365

Inventory:

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Series 1. Administrative Files;
1990. .1 cu. ft.

This series consists of administrative files containing lists
of cooperating groups, interviewees, and interviewers as well
as pre-interview questionnaires of participants in the 11th Air
Force Reunion at the Northers Lights Inn in Anchorage in 1990.

Series 2. Project Photographs;
1990. .3 cu. ft.

This series consists of negatives and photographs copied by Linda
Cook, of the National Park Service during the 11th Air Force
Reunion in 1990. The photographs were loaned for copying by various
veterans attending the reunion. There are contact prints for
six of the nine rolls of negatives; the negatives for five rolls
were not copied. Also, there is a list of the photographs that
were copied as well as photographs of some of the interviewees.

Series 3. Veterans Files;
1990. 2.5 cu. ft.

This series consists of files related to thirty-seven veterans
who attended the reunion and participated in interviews and/or
loaned materials to the archives for copying. Among the papers
found in various files are legal documents including signed releases,
copies of military papers, diaries, photographs, and other papers.
Electrostatic copies of documents on three reels of microfilm
loaned by William E. Preble are in the addendum.

Series 4. Oral History Interviews;
1990. .5 cu. ft.

This series consists of the audio cassette tapes of oral history interviews of thirty 11th Air Force veterans conducted by various individuals from participating agencies. The interviewer is identified when known.

Addendum.

These materials are a portion
of the documents loaned to the archives for copying by William
E. Preble (Series 3, Folder 41). The documents were on three
rolls of microfilm; they relate to the histories of the 51st
to the 58th Fighter Squadrons and the 11th Air Force.


BOX AND FOLDER LIST

BOX 1

Series 1. Administrative Files;
1990. .1 cu.ft.

1. Lists; 1990. List of cooperating groups, interviewees, and
interviewers; letters.

2. Pre-Interview Questionaire; 1990. 47 questionnaires including
additional data from E.H. Beistline, M.H. Cottfried, W.E. Preble,
and L. Reineke.

Series 2. Project Photographs;
1990. .3 cu.ft

1. List of Photographs; 1990. 2 copies. This is a list of the
photographs copied by Linda Cook of the National Park Service.
Also there are caps from ten film rolls.

2. Photographs, Roll No. 1; 1990. Negatives, contact prints and
selected prints. Photos from G.W. O’Kelley, G.S. Arnold, and
H.C. Campbell.

3. Photographs, Roll No. 2; 1990. Negatives and contact prints.
Photos from H.C. Campbell.

4. Photographs, Roll No. 3; 1990 Photos from H.C. Campbell and
R.E. Renkert.

5. Photographs, Roll No. 4; 1990 Photos from R.E. Renkert, M.
Rutherford, and G.W. O’Kelley.

6. Photographs, Roll No. 5; 1990. Negatives and contact prints.
Photos from J. Barone, G.W. O’Kelley and an unattributted album.

7. Photographs, Roll No. 6; 1990. Negatives and contact prints.
Photos from G.W. O’Kelley, B.B. Talley, G. Byrne, O. Olona.

8. a. Photographs. Roll No. 7; 1990. Negatives (poor). Photos
from O. Olona, S. Green, W. Wood, W. Preble, F. Stilwell, and
B.B. Talley.

-b. Photographs. Roll No. 8; 1990. Negatives (poor). Photos from
B.B. Talley.

-c. Photographs. Roll No. 9; 1990. Negatives (poor). Photos from
R.E. Renkert, W. Bailey, W. Preble, and M.A. Modeen.

-d. Photographs. Roll No. 10; 1990. Negatives (poor). Photos
from W. Preble, R.E. Renkert and Jim .

-e. Photographs. Roll No. 11; 1990. Negatives (poor). Photos
from B.B. Talley.

9. Photographs of Interviewees; 1990. Negatives and contact prints
of nineteen people, and list of interviewees.

Note: The list of photographs
in the first folders of the second series identifies eleven rolls
of film. Several rolls did not turn out properly due to equipment
failure at the hotel. The archives was not involved in the production
or processing of the film.

BOX 2

Series 3. Veterans Files; 1990. 2.5 cu.ft. Note: TC = Audio Tape Cassette.
1a. George S. Arbuthnot (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release, agreement permission to copy and use, and envelope cover.
1b. George S. Arbuthnot (2); 1942-1943. Six photographs. Negatives, electrostatic copies of photographs. TC
2. Gilbert S. Arnold; 1944-1945, 1971. Typed copy of diary (1944-1945), drawings of B-24s, publication “Welcome to Shemya Air Force Base,” electrostatic copies of photographs, and envelope cover.
3. Rhodes F. Arnold; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, notes, and envelope cover. TC
4. Mitchell Barchuk; 1990. Gift and release agreement and envelope cover. TC
5. Lyle A. Bean; 1990. Gift and release agreement, military service summary, and envelope cover. TC
6. Earl H. Beistline; 1990.Pre-interview questionnaire, statement of military service letter to W.S. Hanable, blank gift and release service (with note “He gave verbal o.k. to interviewer John Cloe”), and envelope cover. TC
7a. Robert W. Blair (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release agreement, list of loaned items, address, list of O’Dair items, and envelope cover.
7b. Robert W. Blair (2); 1940s, 1984. Letter (from Tim Brown, 1984). Clearances, immunization records, individual flight records, pay records, propaganda “leaf,” and miscellaneous notes on crews, radio signals, flights, etc.
7c. Robert W. Blair (3); 1940s. 1987. Newspaper, rosters, extracts of orders, papers on winterized B-26s, equipment records, weather and mission records, awards, transfer, and letter to Don Dawson (1987).
7d. Robert W. Blair (4); 1941-1943, 1946. “Account of Robert W. Blair, B-26 Pilot;” 19/41-1943, 1946.
7e. Robert W. Blair (5); 1940-1944. Pilot log book.
7f. Robert W. Blair (6); 1941-1943. Electrostatic copy of photo album. TC
8. Willis (Dan) Boone; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release agreement, interview question form, and envelope cover. TC
9. Ted Buszek; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover. TC
10. George T. Byrne; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions (answered), gift and release agreement, envelope cover, and song verses. TC
11a. H.C. Campbell (1); 1940s. Permission to copy and use form; publications (copies): “Airmen in the Aleutians” (life), “The Battle of the Aleutians,” “Adak Album,” “Unit Costs of Aircraft and Engine” (1943), “The Aleutians” (Life), “Anniversary Extra” (1945), and “Lets see Alaska” (1945).
11b. H.C. Campbell (2); 1940s. Publications: “Information for Military Personnel” (1945). “Fall-In,” “Greetings form Alaska,” “Mt. McKinley, Tops Them All;” “Welcome to Men in the Armed Forces of the nited States,” “Mt. McKinley National Park,” and “The Alaska Mission of the Methodist Church.” Also copies of articles from “Alaska, The Territorial Life Magazine” (Feb-July, 1945).
12. Nathan Morrell Crary; 1941. Programs (2) of performances of the Air Corps Male Chorus (originals and copies), and his address.
13. William C. Daley; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and note. TC
14. George E. Daniel; 1990. Interview questions and gift and release agreement. TC
15a. Clarence W. Durbin (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release agreement, notes on interview, and envelope cover.
15b. Clarence W. Durbin (2); 1942-1943. Orders relating to personnel assigned to the 21st Bomb Squadron and to awards and promotions and envelope cover. TC
16. Sherman Clark Green; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions (Blanks), gift and release statement, and envelope cover. TC
17a. Wilbur (Bill) P. Green (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions, gift and release agreement, permission to copy and use form, and envelope cover
17b. Wilbur (Bill) P. Green (2); 1940s, 1986, 1990. Birth certificate, certificate and record of service, and records and papers relating to the 1986, 1987, and 1990 11th Air Force reunions; publications and clipping relating to the 10th AAF Emergency Rescue Boat Squadron; electrostatic copies of photographs; negatives (11) and contact prints (2); and envelope cover. TC
18a. Arthur W. Kidder (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions, gift and release agreement, permission to copy and use form, and envelope cover.
18b. Arthur W. Kidder (2); 1945, 1989. Clippings, photographs (4), and envelope cover. TC
19. Karl Kolva; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover. TC
20. Richard (Dick) J. Korpanty; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover. TC
21. Richard W. Lavin; 1990. Special orders on assignments (1942) and envelope cover.
22. Roy Lemons; 1943, 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, permission to copy and use form, diary excerpt (Sept. 5 – Sept. 27, 1943), and envelope cover.
23. William T. Lockard; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions (blank), gift and release agreement, notes, and envelope cover. TC
24. Joseph L. Morris; n.d. Publication: “We Were There” (ca. 1945) on the 404th Bomb Squadron, and envelope cover.
25a. James Robert O’Dair (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions, gift and release agreement, permission to copy and use form, and envelope cover.
25b. James Robert O’Dair (2); 1940s. Drawings (4), telegram, diary entries (1943-1944), Russian language class mates, and envelope cover. TC
26a. George W. O’Kelley; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire interview questions (blanks), gift and release agreement permission to copy and use form, and envelope cover.
26b. George W. O’Kelley; 1944, 1945. Military orders and equipment checklist.
26c.George W. O’Kelley; n.d., 1944-1945. Photograph of crew of the 77th Bombardment Squadron (M). TC

BOX 3

27. J.E. Ott; 1942. Publication “Service and Training Manual – Electricity, B-24 D Airplane” (1942).
28a. Raiford L. Perry (1); 1990. Gift and release agreement and envelope cover.
28b. Raiford L. Perry (2); 1942, 1984. Narratives, clippings, electrostatic copies and photos, selected negatives (10) and contact prints (2) and envelope cover. TC
29a. William E. Preble (1); 1940. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and notes. For items on three reels microfilm, see addendum and boxes 3 and 4.
29b. William E. Preble (2); 1987, 1989. Lists of veterans; letters of Oct. 27, 1987, completed registration and planning information forms (113); and note.
29c. William E. Preble (3); 1940s, 1968. Album and scrapbook, military communications, clippings, papers of Arthur W. Kidder.
29d. William E. Preble; 1990. Oral history interview transcript, 9 pages. TC
30a. Ralph B. Rogers (1); 1990. Gift and release agreement, address, and envelope cover.
30b. Ralph B. Rogers (2); 1943. Article: “Up where the Soup Begins.” TC
31. George I. Ruddell; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover. TC
32a. Vern Sahroian; 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover.
32b. Vern Sahroian; 1990. Oral history interview transcript, 11 pages. TC
33. Jerry T. Segura; 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, interview questions, gift and release agreement, list of charts used in navigators of the 404th Bomb Squadron, and envelope covers. TC
34a. Lester A. Smith (1); 1990. Interview questions, gift and release agreement, permission to copy and use, and envelope cover.
34b. Lester A. Smith (2); 1940s. Electrostatic copies of photograph album negatives (18) and contact prints (3), electrostatic copy of an individial photograph with a negative, newspaper clipping and envelope cover. TC
35. Dan Stringfellow; 1990. Gift and release statement and envelope cover. TC
36a. William Francis Xaver (1); 1990. Pre-interview questionnaire, gift and release agreement, and envelope cover.
36b. William Francis Xaver (2); 1940s. Reminiscence: “One navigators Experience in the Aleutians in B-24s” (June 11, 1942 to August 12, 1943), several documents in Japanese including pro-surrender leaflets, electrostatic copies of photographs and negatives (18), and contact prints (2). TC
37a. Louis Zomparelli (1); 1990. Gift and release agreement and envelope cover.
37b. Louis Zomparelli (2); 1940. Electrostatic copy of photographs, and negatives (86) and contact prints.
37c. Louis Zomparelli;1990. Oral history interview transcript, 5 pages. TC

BOX 4

Series 4. Oral History Tape Cassettes; 1990. .3 cu.ft.
1. George S. Arbuthnot; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by C. Diters.
2. Rhodes F. Arnold; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by S. Scott.
3. Mitchell Barchuk; Aug. 9, 1990. Interview by Rebecca Johnson.
4. Lyle A. Bean; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by W.S. Hanable.
5. Earl H. Beistline; Aug. 9, 1990. Interview by J. Cloe.
6. Robert W. Blair; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by J. Cloe.
7. Willis D. Boone; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by L. Binek.
8. Ted Buszek; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by D. Beckstead.
9. George T. Byrne; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by W. Hanable.
10. William C. Daley; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by K. Majeske.
11. George Daniel; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by L. Binek.
12. Clarence W. Durbin; Aug. 9, 1990. Interview by C. Diter.
13. Sherman Clark Green; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by K. Majeske.
14. Wilbur (Bill) Green; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by B. Houston.
15. Arthur W. Kidder; Aug. 10, 1990.
16. Karl Kolva; Aug. 10, 1990.
17. Richard (Dick) J. Korpanty; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by S. Elliott.
18. William T. Lockard; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by J. Clemens.
19. James O’Dair; Aug. 10 1990. Interviewed by J. Clemens.
20. George W. O’Kelley; Aug. 9, 1990. Interview by K. Majeske.
21. Raiford L. Perry.
22. William E. Preble; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by W. Hanable.
23. Ralph B. Rogers; Aug. 9, 1990. Interview by J. Cloe.
24. George I. Ruddell; Aug. 12, 1990. Interview by S. Levi.
25. Vern Sahroian; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by R. Johnson.
26. Jerry T. Segura; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by K. Majeske.
27. Lester A. Smith; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by B. Houston.
28. Don Stringfellow; Aug. 12, 1990. Interview by S. Levi.
29. William F. Xaver; Aug. 10, 1990. Interview by J. Cloe.
30. Louis Zomparelli; Aug. 11, 1990. Interview by B. Houston.

BOX 5

ADDENDUM

Roll No. A0743 51-54 AF Fighter Squadron. (Copies of documents from William E. Preble.)

*Some pages are not readable and therefore were not copied.

1. Introduction.

2. 51st Fighter Squadron; Oct. 1943 – Jan 1944 (1). (p. 1-3).

3. 51st Fighter Squadron; Oct. 1943 – Jan 1944 (2). (p. 4-299).

4. 52nd Fighter Squadron – Historical Data; Jan. 1941 – Dec.
1943. (p. 423-434).

5. 52nd Fighter Squadron – Weekly Status and Operations Report;
Nov. 1943 – Mar. 1944. (p. 437-455).

6. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Squadron History; Jan. 1941 – Oct.
1943. (p. 458-463).

7. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Squadron History; Oct. 1943 – Dec.
1943. (p. 466-479).

8. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Squadron History; Jan. 1944. (p. 482-485).

9. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Squadron History; Feb. 1944. (p. 488-491).

10. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Squadron History; Apr. 1944. (p.
494-497).

11. 53rd Fighter Bomber Squadron – Unit History; May 1944. (p.
500-517).

12. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; June 1944. (p. 520-424).

13. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; July 1944. (p. 527-529).

14. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Aug. 1944. (p. 532-541).

15. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Sept. 1944. (p. 544-549).

16. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Oct. 1944. (p. 552-562).

17. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Nov. 1944. (p. 565-573).

18. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Dec. 1944. (p. 576-583).

19. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Jan. 1945. (p. 586-591).

20. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Feb. 1945. (p. 594-610).

21. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Mar. 1945. (p. 613-617).

22. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Apr. 1945. (p. 620-633).

23. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; May 1945. (p. 636-649).

24. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; June 1945. (p. 652-659).

25. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; July 1945. (p. 662-665).

26. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Aug. 1945. (p. 668-672).

27. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Oct. 1945. (p. 675-679).

28. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; 15 Oct. 1946-31 Dec.
1946. (p. 682-729).

29. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Unit History; Jan.-Dec. 1947. (p.
732-855).

30. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Aircraft Marking; 1 Jan.-31 Dec.
1948. (p. 858-957).

31. 53rd Fighter Squadron – Aircraft Marking; Oct. 1943. (p.
960-962).

32. 54th Fighter Squadron – Organization History; Jan. 1941-Aug
1942. (p. 965-1012).

33. 54th Fighter Squadron History; 15 Jan.-31 Dec. 1943 (folder
1). (p. 1015-1130).

34. 54th Fighter Squadron History; 15 Jan.-31 Dec. 1943 (folder
2). (p. 1131-1248).

35. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Jan. 1944-Apr. 1944. (p. 1251-1326).

36. 54th Fighter Squadron History; May 1944. (p. 1329-1374).

37. 54th Fighter Squadron History; June 1944. (p. 1377-1405).

38. 54th Fighter Squadron History; July 1944. (p. 1408-1427).

39. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Aug. 1944. (p. 1430-1448).

40. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Sept. 1944. (p. 1451-1476).

41. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Oct. 1944. (p. 1479-1513).

42. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Nov. 1944. (p. 1516-1543).

43. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Dec. 1944. (p. 1546-1616).

44. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Jan. 1945. (p. 1619-1660).

45. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Feb. 1945. (p. 1663-1705).

46. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Mar. 1945. (p. 1708-1748).

47. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Apr. 1945. (p. 1751-1805).

48. 54th Fighter Squadron History; May 1945. (p. 1808-1853).

49. 54th Fighter Squadron History; June 1945. (p. 1856-1881).

50. 54th Fighter Squadron History; July 1945. (p. 1884-1904).

51. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Aug. 1945. (p. 1907-1922).

52. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Sept.-Dec.1945. (Vol. 1 and
2). (p. 1925-2012).

53. 54th Fighter Squadron History; Jan. 1946. (p. 2015-2038).

54. 54th Fighter Squadron – Weekly Status and Operations Report;
Jan., 1943-Aug., 1945. (p. 2041-2136).

55. Index. (p. 2137-2141).

Roll No. A0744 (Copies of documents from William E. Preble.)

1. Introduction; 30 Aug. 1989.
(p. 0001-0003).

2. 54th Fighter Squadron – Bibliographies V1; 1944. (p. 0004-0109).

3. 54th Fighter Squadron – Bibliographies V2; 1944. (p. 0112-0232).

4. 55th Pursuit Squadron – Historical Record; 15 Nov. 1930-25
Apr. 1932. (p. 0235-0241).

5. 55th Pursuit Squadron – History of Organization; 15 Nov. 1930-Oct.
1939. (p. 0244-0269).

6. 55th Fighter Squadron – Organization History; 5 Dec. 1941-13
Feb. 1942. (p. 0272-0273).

7. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Sept. 1943. (p. 0276-0283).

8. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Oct. 1943-Feb. 1944.
(p. 0286-0324).

9. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Mar. 1944. (p. 0327-0332).

10. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Apr. 1944. (p. 0335-0363).

11. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; May 1944. (p. 0366-0395).

12. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 1-25 June 1944. (p.
0398-0421).

13. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 25 June-25 July 1944.
(p. 0424-0444).

14. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 July-25 Aug. 1944.
(p. 0447-0484).

15. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 25 Aug.-25 Sept. 1944.
(p. 0487-0513).

16. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 25 Sept.-25 Oct. 1944.
(p. 0516-0544).

17. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 25 Oct.-25 Nov. 1944.
(p. 0547-0578).

BOX 6

18. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 Nov.-25 Dec. 1944.
(p. 0581-0606).

19. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 Dec. 1944-26 Jan.
1945. (p. 0609-0659).

20. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 Jan.-25 Feb. 1945.
(p. 0662-0692).

21. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Feb. – Mar. 1945. (p.
0695-0797). (Also: Activation (1 Nov. 1923) and Pri History).

22. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 Mar.-25 Apr. 1945.
(p. 0800-0829).

23. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 27 Apr.-23 May 1945.
(p. 0832-0835).

24. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 25 May-25 June 1945.
(p. 0838-0841).

25. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; 26 July-25 Aug. 1945.
(p. 0844-0846).

26. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; July 1946. (p. 0849-0947).
(Including Delaware Air Show August 3-4, 1946).

27. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Aug. 1946. (p. 0950-1007).

28. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Squadron History; Sept. 1946. (p. 1010-1029).

29. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Historical Summary; 1 Oct. 1946-1 Jan.
1947. (p. 1032-1057).

30. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Historical Summary; 1 Jan.-31 Mar. 1948.
(p. 1060-1069).

31. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Monthly History Report; Sept. 1949. (p.
1072-1081).

32. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Narrative History; Jan. 1950. (p. 1084-1102).

33. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Narrative History; Feb. 1950. (p. 1105-1120).

34. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Narrative History; 1 Mar.-30 June 1950.
(p. 1123-1150).

35. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Weekly Status and Operations Report;
Sept. 15-25, 1943. (p. 1153-1154).

36. 55th Fighter Sqd. – Photographs; 1943-1945. (p. 1157-1224).

37. 56th Fighter Squadron History; Nov. 1943. (p. 1227-1230).

38. 57th Fighter Squadron – Organization History; Nov. 1943.
(p. 1233-1236).

39. History of the 58th Fighter Squadron; 15 Jan. 1941-Dec. 1943.
(p. 1239-1439).

40. Around the World – Fighter Squadron-58th; 15 Jan. 1941-Aug.
1944. (p. 1442-1447).

41. 58th Fighter Squadron – Diary; Oct. 1942-Jan. 1944. (p. 1450-1493).

42. 58th Fighter Squadron – Summary of Squadron History; 15 Oct.
1942-1 Apr. 1944. (p. 1496-1503).

43. 58th Fighter Squadron – History; Nov. 1943. (p. 1505-1513).

44. 58th Fighter Squadron – History; Jan.-Mar. 1944. (p. 1516-1671).

45. 58th Fighter Squadron – History; Apr. 1944. (p. 1674-1700).

46. 58th Fighter Squadron – History; May 1944. (p. 1702-1746).

47. 58th Fighter Squadron – Narrative History; June 1944. (p.
1749-1803).

48. Index. (p. 1804-1808).

Roll No. A4232 (Copies of documents from William E. Preble)..

1. Introduction. (p. 1-3).

2. 11th Army A.F. – History of the Anti-Aircraft Section; Mar.-July
1944. (p. 1-3).

3. 11th A.F. – History of the Personnel Services Section; July
1941-May 1945. (p. 4-7).

4. 11th A.F. – Instrument Training School; July 1943-July 1945
(1). (p. 158-281).

5. 11th A.F. – Instrument Training School; July 1943-July 1945
(2). (p. 282-420).

6. 11th A.F. – Instrument Training School – Supplemental History;
July 1945. (p. 423-463).

7. 11th A.F. – Instrument Training School – Supplemental History;
Aug. 1945. (p. 466-513).

8. 11th A.F. – Final Supplemental History; Sept.-Oct. 1945. (p.
518-560).

9. 11th A.F. – Medical History; 12 Aug. 1940-1 May 1944. (p.
563-574).

10. 11th A.F. – Medical History; 1 May 1944-1 Jan. 1945. (p.
578-589).

11. 11th A.F. – Medical History; Jan.-June 1945. (p. 592-675).

12. History of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate; May 1942-May
1944. (p. 678-805).

13. History of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate; July 1944-Mar.
1945. (p. 809- 833).

14. 11th A.F. – History of A-4 Staff Section; Dec. 1941-June
1943. (p. 837-847).

15. 11th A.F. – History of A-4 Staff Section; Dec. 1941-Apr.
1945 (1). (p. 850-863).

16. 11th A.F. – History of A-4 Staff Section; Dec. 1941-Apr.
1945 (2). (p. 866-886).

17. 11th A.F. – Ordnance History; Feb. 1942-Dec. 1943. (p. 890-915).

18. 11th A.F. – History of Ordnance Section; June 1944-Mar. 1945.
(p. 918-972).

19. 11th A.F. – Ordnance Section; Mar. 1945 – Apr. 1945. (p.
975-1047).

20. 11th A.F. – History of Ordnance Section; May 1945. (p. 1050-1053).

21. 11th A.F. – History of Ordnance Section; June 1945-Oct. 1945.
(p. 1055-1057).

22. 11th A.F. – History of Chemical Warfare (Aviation) in Alaska;
July 1941-July 1944. (p. 1060-1106).

23. History of Chemical Warfare Section – 11th A.F. Adak, Alaska;
1 July 1944-31 Apr. 1945. (p. 1152-1268).

24. History of Chemical Warfare Section – 11th A.F.; 1 Apr.-31
May 1945. (p. 1271-1293).

25. History of Chemical Warfare Section – 11th A.F.; June 1945.
(p. 1296-1317).

26. History of Chemical Warfare Section – 11th A.F. – Adak, Alaska;
1 Aug. 1945-30 Sept. 1945. (p. 1320-1339).

27. History of Quartermaster Section -Headquarters 11th A.F.-Adak,
Alaska; Nov. 1944-Mar. 1945. (p. 1342-1367).

28. History of Quartermaster Section – Headquarters 11th A.F.;
Apr. 1945-Aug. 1945. (p. 1370-1386).

29. History of Quartermaster Section – 11th A.F.; Sep.-Oct. 1945.
(p. 1389-1395).

30. Index. (p. 1396-1399).

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