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  • Subject is exactly "World War, 1939-1945"
Go to World War II Red Arrow Division Scrapbook item page

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings dating from 1943 to 1945 detailing events of World War II, and in particular the activities of the 126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd (Red Arrow) Division. Many articles were clipped from the Grand Rapids Herald and Grand…
Go to Sketch of Richard Platte, 1942 item page

Sketch of Richard "Dick" Platte by F. John Hillraid in Boston
Go to Soldier posing on ground with rifle item page

Soldier posing on ground with rifle. Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry maneuvers at Camp Livingston.
Go to Sgt. Richard Plate on K-P duty, 1941 item page

Sgt. Richard Plate on K-P duty at Camp Livingston. Rear is inscribed "The famous K-P-Kid was I mad in this picture"
Go to Soldiers relaxing in camp, 1941 item page

Soldiers relaxing in camp. Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry maneuvers at Camp Livingston.
Go to Soldiers relaxing in camp, 1941 item page

Soldiers relaxing in camp. Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry maneuvers at Camp Livingston.
Go to Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry cabins item page

Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry cabins and sign at Camp Livinston, Louisiana
Go to Members of 126th Infantry eating pie, 1941 item page

Three members of the Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry, eating pie with milk. Rear is inscribed "we sneaked a piece of pie and a bottle of milk. I look happy - baloney".
Go to Members of 126th Infantry peeling potatoes, 1941 item page

Three members of the Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry, peeling potatoes Camp Livingston, Louisiana. Rear is inscribed "Can you find me? I would enjoy this darling if I were with you."
Go to Walter Plaska, Richard Platte and Stephen Kraut, 1941 item page

Three members of the Headquarters Company, 126th Infantry, photographed at Camp Livingston, Louisiana. Left to right: Walter Plaska, Richard Platte, Stephen Kraut
Go to PFC Earl De Vormer, Camp Livinston, La., 1941 item page

PFC Earl De Vormer, 126th Infantry, at Camp Livingston, Lousiana
Go to Portrait of Sgt. Richard "Dick" Platte in uniform, 1941 item page

Hand-colored portrait of Sgt. Richard "Dick" Platte in uniform, by Newcomb. Front is inscribed "Newcomb Photo" and "All My Love, Dick"
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