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WALTER BLUE (1909-1990). Papers; 1869-1975. 2.3 cu. ft.

Walter Blue was born in Seward, Alaska. He attended high school in Seward and Seattle, Washington and obtained a bachelor's degree from Washington State College. In 1935 he began work with the Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation in Palmer, where he met his wife, Elsie Havens. They were married in 1939 in Seward. During World War II they lived in Seward, where Blue served as paymaster for the Army Transport Service. After the war Blue taught at Seward High School until 1960, when he left the state to obtain his master's degree in history at Hunter University in New York state. He later returned to Seward and managed the Seward Broadcasting Station until the earthquake in 1964. The Blues then moved to Anchorage, where Walter taught history at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. He also served as the command historian for the United States Army in Alaska, supervising the historical program at Fort Richardson, Fort Wainwright, and Fort Greely. He retired from teaching in 1977.

The collection consists of records gathered by Blue during the course of his activities as Army command historian for Alaska, and as a history professor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. The records primarily concern the military in Alaska and include general, command, base, and unit histories; histories of the Alaska Communications System; military manuals; biographies of Alaskan U.S. Army commanders and bibliographies of military works on Alaska; miscellaneous publications, articles, speeches, and other historical materials about Alaska; and photographs.

Presented to the archives by Elsie Blue in 1990. Papers are added periodically.

HMC-0071
JS (9/1998)

Inventory:

SERIES LIST

Series 1. Military Histories; n.d., 1869-1870, 1917-1918, 1943-1946, 1964-1974. 1 cu. ft.
Subseries 1a. General and Command Histories; 1944-1946, 1956, 1963, 1967, 1970, 1972. .6 cu. ft.
Subseries 1b. Base and Unit Histories; n.d., 1869-1870, 1917-1918, 1942-1944, 1964-1969, 1971, 1974, 1975. .4 cu. ft.

Series 2. Alaska Communications System; n.d., 1949, 1966-1967, 1971. .2 cu. ft.

Series 3. Manuals; 1968-1974. .2 cu. ft.

Series 4. Biographies and Bibliographies; n.d., 1948-1971. .1 cu. ft.

Series 5. Miscellaneous Publications, Articles, Speeches, and Other Historical Materials About Alaska; 1867, 1961-1968. .6 cu. ft.

Series 6. Photographs; n.d., 1881-1883, 1898, 1900-1901, 1904-1906, 1908, 1909, 1912, 1924, 1927, 1942-1943, 1945, 1961 (107 b&w prints; 11 b&w copy negs.; 80 different images). .25 cu. ft.

 


BOX AND FOLDER LIST

Box 1

Series 1. Military Histories; n.d., 1869-1870, 1917-1918, 1943-1946, 1964-1974. 1 cu. ft.

Subseries 1a. General and Command Histories; 1944-1946, 1956, 1963, 1967, 1970, 1972. .6 cu. ft.
1. "The U.S. Army in Alaska, 1867-1877: An Experiment in Mili tary Government"; Masters Thesis by Valarie K. Stubbs; 1956 (folder 1, pages 1-138).
2. "The U.S. Army in Alaska, 1867-1877: An Experiment in Mili tary Government"; Masters Thesis by Valarie K. Stubbs; 1956 (folder 2, pages 139-295).
3. "History of the Alaska Department, June 1940 - June 1944, Volume I"; 1946 (folder 1, chapters 1-4).
4. "History of the Alaska Department, June 1940 - June 1944, Volume I"; 1946 (folder 2, chapters 5-8).
5. "History of the Alaska Department, June 1940 - June 1944, Volume 2"; 1945 (folder 1, chapters 9-17).
6. "History of the Alaska Department, June 1940 - June 1944, Volume 2"; 1945 (folder 2, chapters 18-19).
7. "History of the Alaska Department, June 1940 - June 1944, Volume 2"; 1945 (folder 3, appendices).
8. "History of the 11th Army Air Force to V-J Day" by General Henry H.Arnold, Commanding General, Army Air Force; ca. 1945 (folder 1, chapters 1-2).
9. "History of the 11th Army Air Force to V-J Day" by General Henry H. Arnold, Commanding General, Army Air Force; ca. 1945 (folder 2, chapters 3-5).
10. "Highlights of History: Alaskan Air Command and its Predecessors;" 1963, 1970.
11. "Strength in the North: A History of the Alaskan Command 1947-1967;" 1967.
12. "Keystone of the North: Alaskan Command" 25th Anniversary history; 1972.
13. "The Alaska Highway"; Term paper by Carol H. Gustafson for History 341, History of Alaska, Walter Blue, Instructor; Dec. 15, 1970 (13 pages).

Subseries 1b. Base and Unit Histories; n.d., 1869-1870, 1917-1918, 1942-1944, 1964-1969, 1971, 1974, 1975. .4 cu. ft.
1. Early Alaskan Forts; n.d., 1942, 1964-1968.
2. History, Fort Kenay; n.d.
3. Records of the War Department, Fort Kenay, Alaska; 1869-1870 (folder 1).
4. Records of the War Department, Fort Kenay, Alaska; 1869-1870 (folder 2).
5. Post returns, Fort St. Michael; 1917-1918.
6. "History of the Army Air Base Adak, Alaska, August 30, 1942 to March 31, 1944";
by 1st Lieutenant Richard B. Church; 1944 (folder 1, section I-VI A, part 10).
7. "History of the Army Air Base Adak, Alaska, August 30, 1942 to March 31, 1944"; by 1st Lieutenant Richard B. Church; 1944 (folder 2, section VI A (part 11) to VI C).
8. "A History of Shemya Army Air Force Base, 1943-1945"; by Capt. James L. Ross, U.S.A.F., Office of History, Alaskan Air Command; August 1969.
9. "Report of Operations - Attu"; by Major General E. M. Landrum; 1943, 1969, 1974.
10. "Action on Attu: A Summary of Information of the Enemy Obtained During the Opera tions of the Force on Attu against the Japanese Occupation Force Begin ning 11 May, 1943"; no author given; July 30, 1943.
11. History, Fort Richardson (incomplete); n.d.
12. Unit histories - HQ USARAL, 87th Artillery Group, 171st Brigade, 172nd Brigade, 16th Infantry; n.d., 1971, 1975.

Box 2

Series 2. Alaska Communications System; n.d., 1949, 1966-1967, 1971. .2 cu. ft.
1.
"History of the Alaska Communications System" (best copy); n.d. (folder 1, chapters 1-7).
2. "History of the Alaska Communications System" (best copy); n.d. (folder 2, chapters 8-17).
3. Alaska Communications System 49th Anniversary, 1900-1949; 1949.
4. History of the Alaskan Communications Region (AFCS); Jan.-June 1966.
5. Mission of the Alaskan Communications Region (AFCS); 1967.
6. A Decade of Growth: Historical Milestones of the Alaskan Communications Region (AFCS), 1961-1971; 1971.

Box 3

Series 3. Manuals; 1968-1974. .2 cu. ft.
1.
Standard Operating Procedure, Historical Branch (JO46) Joint Secretariat Headquarters, Commander in Chief, Pacific; May 1, 1968.
2. A CINCPAC Glossary of Commonly Used Abbreviations and Short Titles; May 1, 1968.
3. Army Regulation AR 310-50, Authorized Abbreviations and Brevity Codes; April 1, 1971.
4. Department of the Army Field Manual FM 31-71; June 21, 1971.
5. Instructions for preparation of military histories; n.d., 1969, 1971-1974.

Box 4

Series 4. Biographies and Bibliographies; n.d., 1948-1971. .1 cu. ft.
1.
Biographies, United States Army Alaska (USARAL) Commanding Generals (arranged chronologically); 1948-1971.
-1. Stanley Lonzo Scott, Major General (1948-1950).
-2. Julian Wallace Cunningham, Major General (1950-1952).
-3. William Maynadier Miley, Major General (1952-1954).
-4. James Francis Collins, General (1954-1957).
-5. Gilman C. Mudgett, Major General (1957-1959).
-6. John Hersey Michaelis, Major General (1959-1962).
-7. Ned Dalton Moore, Major General (1962-1964).
-8. George Allen Carver, Major General (1965-1966).
-9. Jaroslav Thayer Folda, Jr., Brigadier General (1966-1968).
-10. Kelley B. Lemmon, Jr., Major General (1968-1970).
-11. James F. Hollingsworth, Major General (1970-1971).
-12. Charles M. Hall, Brigadier General (1971).
-13. Charles M. Gettys, Major General (1971-).
2. Annotated Bibliographies (various sources); n.d., 1948, 1960, 1964, 1966.

Series 5. Miscellaneous Publications, Articles, Speeches, and Other Historical Materials About Alaska; 1867, 1961-1968. .6 cu. ft.
1.
Facsimile copy of orders given to Maj. General Jefferson C. Davis, first Army commander of Alaska; 1867 (oversize located in Box 7).
2. Facsimile copy of the Alaska Purchase Treaty (in English and French); 1867 (oversize located in Box 7).
3. Publications about Alaska; 1964, 1968.
-1. Impact of Earthquake of March 27, 1964 Upon the Economy of Alaska; Prepared for the Federal Reconstruction Planning Commission; Prepared by the Office of Emergency Planning, Executive Office of the President; Apr. 6, 1964 (27 pp.).
-2. City of Nome Comprehensive Development Plan; Prepared for the Alaska State Housing Authority by Alaska Consultants; Fall 1968 (162 pp.).
4. Articles and speeches about Alaska; 1961, 1963, 1964-1966.
-1. "Alaska: Gibraltor of the North"; By Colonel Willard Pearson, U.S. Army; Military Review; Feb. 1961 (reprint, pp. 44-56).
-2. "Alaska, My Mistress"; By Jay Stauter, Anchorage Daily Times; Address given to Governor Egan's "Ambassadors Club"; Nov. 22, 1963 (6 pp.).
-3. "Alaska and Siberia: A Strategic Analysis"; By Sayre A. Swarztrauber, Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy; Naval War College Review Annual; 1964 (pp. 139-165).
-4. "USARAL Dog Sled Team"; By Maureen Bennett; Knik Knak; Feb. 1965 (pp. 6-8).
-5. "A Glimpse Into An An Arctic Village"; By Flo Hathaway; Knik Knak; Aug. 1965 (pp. 14-15).
-6. "Katmai...Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes"; By Jeanie Suter; Knik Knak; Nov. 1965 (pp. 12-14).
-7. "Eklutna Church"; By Susan MacLeod; Knik Knak; Nov. 1965 (p. 7).
-8. "Address by Lieutenant General Raymond J. Reeves, Commander in Chief, Alaska, at meeting of Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, Anchorage-Westward Hotel, Anchorage, Alaska, Monday, January 17, 1966 -- 12:30 P.M. (AST)"; Alaskan Command News Release; 1966.
5. Kenai Centennial: correspondence and program; Aug 7-8, 1967.

Box 5 (Album)

Series 6. Photographs; n.d., 1881-1883, 1898, 1900-1901, 1904-1906, 1908, 1909, 1912, 1924, 1927, 1942-1943, 1945, 1961 (107 b&w prints; 11 b&w copy negs.; 80 different images). .25 cu. ft.

1. Alaska Day Festival, Sitka; Photos by Sergeant Rice, Support Command Facility, Fort Richardson; Oct. 16-18, 1961 (7 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Sitka High School Band and Townspeople greet the 214th Army Band and the 9th Inf Color Guard as they arrive by ship to participate in the Sitka's Alaska Day celebration."; Oct. 16, 1961.
-2. "Townspeople of Sitka, Alaska, and the High School Band, meet the ship bring[ing] in the 214th Army Band and the 9th Inf Color Guard."; Oct. 16, 1961.
-3. "Capt Donald R. Rizzo, 9th Inf, Ft Fainwright, Mrs. Alice Harrigan, Sitka, Alaska. Capt. Rizzo greets Mrs. Harrigan upon his arrival as OIC 9th Inf Color Guard."; Oct. 16, 1961.
-4. "Members of the Alaska Day Festival Committee greet the 9th Inf Color Guard and members of the 214th Army Band upon their arrival at Sitka, Alaska,..."; Oct. 16, 1961.
-5. "Front view of the Pioneer Home, Sitka, Alaska."; Oct. 17, 1961.
-6. "Members of the 214th Army band, military and civilian dignitaries and Color Guards from all of the US Armed Forces during services held at the Sitka National Cemetery."; Oct. 18, 1961.
-7. "Gov. William Egan receives a curtsy from Mrs. Helen Brosius at Governor's Tea at Pioneer Home, Sitka"; Oct. 18, 1961.

2. Canol Pipeline, official transfer of pipeline facility from U.S. Army to Canadian government; ca. 1942 (26 b&w prints: 10-8 X 10 inch, 10-5 X 6.5 inch, 6-4.5 X 4.75 inch; 5 different).
-1. "Yukon Territorial Commissioner F.H. Collins officially accepts transfer of Canol Pipeline facilities in the Yukon Territory for the Canadian government."; n.d. (5 b&w prints: 2-8 X 10 inch, 3-5 X 6.5 inch).
-2. "Representatives during ceremony for change of ownership of the Canol system."; n.d. (5 b&w prints: 2-8 X 10 inch, 3-5 X 6.5 inch).
-3. "Colonel J.B. Baker, Army Alaska QM, and F.H. Collins, Commisioner of Yukon Territory, Canada, during ceremony."; n.d. (6 b&w prints: 2-8 X 10 inch, 4-5 X 6.5 inch).
-4. "Signing the papers for official transfer of the Canol Pipeline."(same men as above); n.d. (5 b&w prints: 2-8 X 10 inch, 3-4.5 X 4.75 inch).
-5. Col. J.B. Baker signing document with F.H. Collins looking on; n.d. (5 b&w prints: 2-8 X 10 inch, 3-4.5 X 4.75 inch).

3. Fort Davis, Alaska (near Nome); 1912 (1 b&w print, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Co. ‘E', 16th Inf. U.S. A., Fort Davis, Alaska, 1912." Group photo of company on skis.; U.S. Army Photo.

4. Fort Kenay, Alaska; n.d. (3 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. Post chapel or old Russian Orthodox Church chapel; n.d.
-2. Barracks building with four dormers on roof; n.d.
-3. "Ft. Kenai, Alaska"; U.S. Signal Corps photo no. 111-SC-87815; n.d.

5. Fort Saint Michael, Alaska; n.d., 1900 (6 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Birds Eye View, Fort St. Michael, Alaska."; Photo No. 92-5-68-1; n.d.
-2. "C.O.'s Quarters, Ft. St. Michael."; Photo No. 92-F-68-3; n.d.
-3. "Fort St. Michael Hospital."; Photo No. 92-F-68-5; n.d.
-4. "Fort St. Michael barracks."; Photo No. 92-F-68-6; n.d.
-5. "QM Storehouse and office, Ft. St. Michael"; Photo No. 92-F-68-12; n.d.
-6. "Saint Michael. Al., 1900."; Photo No. 111-RB-2728; 1900.

6. Fort Tongass, Alaska; n.d. (3 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Totem Posts - Ft. Tongas."; Photo No. 22-FA-218; n.d.
-2. "View from Fort Tongass" Cannon and paddlewheel steamer in foreground; Photo No. 111-SC-87817; n.d.
-3. "Fort Tongass" Building in background from beach; Photo No. 111-SC-87817; n.d.

7. Fort William H. Seward, Haines, Alaska; n.d., 1906 (9 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Ft. Wm. H. Seward" View from north; Photo No. 92-F-60-1; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-2. "Fort Wm. H. Seward" View uphill from end of dock; Photo No. 92-F-60-2; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-3. "...CO's quarters" View from left; Photo No. 92-F-60-3; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-4. "...Admin Bldg." View of front and side; Photo No. 92-F-60-6; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-5. "...NCO and Civilian quarters." View looking down hill; Photo No. 92-F-60-9; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-6. "...guardhouse" View of front and side; Photo No. 92-F-60-11; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).
-7. "Fort W.H. Seward, Alaska Feby 1906." View of Haines from harbor; Photo No. 92-F-93-3A; Feb. 1906 (8 X 10 inch).
-8. "Fort W.H. Seward, Alaska. Feb'y 1906." View uphill from dock; Photo No. 92-F-93-3B; Feb. 1906 (8 X 10 inch).
-9. "Fort Wm. H. Seward, 1923"; Photo No. 111-SC-76269; n.d. (8 X 10 inch).

8. Sitka, Alaska; n.d., 1882 (3 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Sitka 1882" Front view of customs house, castle and barracks; from Marguerite- Nystrom Collection, Anchorage; 1882.
-2. "Sitka 1882" Street scene look toward St. Michael the Archangel Cathedral past barracks and customs house; from Marguerite Nystrom Collection, Anchorage; 1882.
-3. "Sitka - QM Storehouse and officer's quarters."; Photo No. 111-SC-88091; n.d.

9. U.S. Army. Air Service World Flight; U.S. Army Photos; 1924 (3 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "...mechanic in Seward in April 1924." Left to right: Harvey, Ogden, Lt. Arnold,
and Lt. Harding; Apr. 1924.
-2. "Lt. Smith's plane ‘Chicago' in Seward, April 1924."; Apr. 1924.
-3. "Major Martin's plane ‘Seattle' in Seward, April 1924."; Apr. 1924.

10. U.S. Army Signal Corps: Telegraph and wireless facilities; U.S. Army Photos (arranged alphabetically by location); n.d., 1900, 1901, 1908, 1909, 1927 (15 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Beaver Dam Tel. Station" View of log buildings; n.d.
-2. "Circle wireless station - Operator and Operating Room Sep 1909"; Photo No. 111-RB-1000.
-3. "Cable Office #5, Cordova 1908" Interior view; Photo No. 111-RB-4436.
-4. "Cable Office #5, Cordova 1908" Exterior view; Photo No. 111-RB-4437.
-5. "Fort Gibbon Wireless Station - 10 kw generator and switchboard. Sep. 1909."; Photo No. 111-RB-994.
-6. "Fort Gibbon Wireless Station - engine and dynamo room. Sep. 1909."; Photo No. 111-RB-999.
-7. "Telegraph barge at Fort Gibbon" U.S. Telegraph Barge No. 1.; Photo No. 111-RB-2673; 1901.
-8. "Fort Gibbon. Bldg. to right, old Signal Corps administrative, telegraph, and barracks." Signal corps garden in foreground; Photo No. 111-RB-4475; July 1908.
-9. "Teikell Telegraph Station" Log building; n.d.
-10. "Signal Corps Cache - Thompson Pass 1901" Winter view; Photo No. 111-RB-2706.
-11. "Private of the Signal Corps, U.S. Army in Arctic Costume. Unalakleet, Alaska 1900."; Photo No. 111-RB-2669.
-12. "U.S. Telegraph Contruction Camp." Tent on Valdez-Fairbanks trail; n.d.
-13. "Infantry right-of-way at mess on Valdez-Gulkana telegraph line 1908"; Photo No. 111-RB-4640.
-14. "The right of way. Tel. line, Yukon R. 1901"; Photo No. 111-RB-2726.
-15. "Signal Corps Troops in Alaska 1927" Troops in front of line shacks in winter; Photo No. 111-SC-91617.

11. Valdez, Alaska; P.S. Hunt photos; 1904 (2 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch).
-1. "Hauling the end of a the cable from the burnside to the shore. Sept. 26-04."; Photo No. G50;Sep. 26, 1904.
-2. "Packing the cable from the beach to the cable office, Valdez, Sept. 26-04."; Photo No. G52; Sep. 26, 1904.

12. World War II in Alaska; Office of the Historian, U.S. Army, Alaska (arranged numerically by photo number); n.d., 1942-1943, 1945 (17 b&w prints: 13-4 X 5 contact, 3-5 X 7, 1-8 X 10; 10 b&w copy negs., 4 X 5 inch; 13 different).
-1. "Ft. William H. Seward." View uphill from near end of dock; Photo No. SC-114093; n.d. (2 b&w prints: 1-4 X 5 inch contact, 1-5 X 7 inch; 1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch).
-2. "Supply Sgt. Ermon W. Gray, Headquarters Company of the 153rd Infantry, owns a sewing machine and does a little mending for the other men during the spare hours. Umnak Island, Fort Glenn."; Photo No. SC 140053 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-3. "Two ‘Flying Tiger' planes rest on an airfield as the third in the background is ready to take-off. The steel runway in the foreground was the first to be laid on the Umnak Island, now there are five. Ft. Glenn, Aleutian Islands, Alaska; Photo No. SC 140072; 1942 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-4. "Brig. Gen. Jesse A. Ladd, Bowling Green, Ohio, is a Post Commander of Fort Glenn, Umnak Island.; Photo No. SC 140086; 1942 (2 b&w prints: 1-4 X 5 contact, 1-8 X 10 inch).
-5. "An aeril view showing Fort Mears, Unalaska, and Dutch Harbor."; Photo No. SC 304623; 1945 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-6. "The ACS remote transmitter station at Fort Mears, Alaska. The transmitter station was blasted out of solid rock back into the side of the mountain during World War II. The white section of mountain at left shows entrance to transmitter station marked A, and the auxiliary power house marked B."; Photo No. SC 304624; July 1942 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-7. "Chilkoot Barracks at Haines, Alaska. In the background are snow-covered mountains."; Photo No. SC 323302; Apr. 10, 1945 (2 b&w prints: 1-4 X 5 inch contact; 1-5 X 7 inch; 1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch).
-8. "Chilkoot Barracks showing buildings and docks, at Haines, Alaska."; Photo No. SC 323306; Apr. 12, 1945 (2 b&w prints: 1-4 X 5 inch contact; 1-5 X 7 inch; 1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch).
-9. "Camp area at Fort Randall, Cold Bay."; Photo No. SC 336646; July 14, 1942 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-10. "Guns on the Alert - Island of Kodiak on the Aleutian chain" Anti-aircraft guns; Photo No. SC 337862; 1943 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inc; 1 b&w contact print).
-11. "Brig Gen Landrum on the beach during the occupation of Adak."; Photo No. SC 444377; Aug. 29, 1942 (1 b&w copy neg., 4 X 5 inch; 1 b&w contact print).
-12. Heavy artillery emplacement; n.d. (1 b&w contact print, 4 X 5 inch).
-13. Troops, supplies, and landing craft on beach; n.d. (1 b&w contact print, 4 X 5 inch).

13. Miscellaneous photographs of early military expeditions, officers, and the Alaska Highway (arranged chronologically); n.d., 1881-1883, 1898, 1901, 1905, 1942 (14 b&w prints, 8 X 10 inch; 1 b&w neg., 4 X 5 inch; 11 different).
-1. "Pt. Barrow Expedition, 1881-83. Main building in summer, showing ‘North Star' crew after wreck"; Photo No. 111-SC-91070; 1881-1883.
-2. "Pt. Barrow Expedition, main building in winter, 1881-3; Photo No. 111-SC-91071; 1881-1883.
-3. "Lt. Leonard's detachment (Glenn Expedition of 1898)" Men landing skiff; Photo No. 111-SC-88108; 1898.
-4. "Officers, Garrison of Fort Gibbon, Alaska 1901"; Photo No. 111-RB-2694; 1901.
-5. "Commanding General and Staff, Department of Alaska, Fort St. Michael, 17 January 1901; Photo No. 111-SC-83596; Jan. 17, 1901 (2 prints).
-6. "Engineers building bridge, Alaska Highway, 1942."
-7. "Alaska Highway dedication, Nov. ‘42, BG James O'Connor, CG, NW Service Cmd, speaking"; Nov. 1942 (2 prints).
-8. "Alaska Highway, 1942" View down roadway; 1942.
-9. Portrait of Major General Jefferson C. Davis in uniform; n.d. (2 prints).
-10. Portrait of Brigidier General Edwin F. Glenn on horseback; Photo No. 111-SC-88322; n.d.
-11. Portrail of Brigidier General Wills Richardson in uniform with riding crop; n.d. (also 1 b&w copy neg, 4 X 5 inch).

Box 6

Duplicate copies, "History of the Alaska Communications System" and "History of the Army Air Base, Adak, Alaska August 30, 1942 to March 31, 1944." .2 cu. ft.