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2.5 linear feet Collection of various papers and books belonging or attributed to GEN George S. Patton Jr. Includes material created by Patton during his tenure as Commanding Officer, 304th Tank Brigade during World War I, as well as other correspondence, photographs, books, booklets, etc. collected or given to him from the years between the wars and from World War II. RESTRICTED PATN also Accession 89-108-02 BRETT, Sereno E. PATTON, George Smith Jr. (1885-1945) ROCKENBACH, Samuel Dickerson (1869-1952) Armored Fighting Vehicles -- Tank -- World War I -- Photographs CIE 74 Hammelberg Raid Ludwigsburg GE TF Baum (Task Force Baum) United States, Army -- Armies -- Third Army United States, Army – Armies – Seventh Army United States, Army – Armored Divisions – 2nd Armored Division United States, Army – Armored Divisions – 4th Armored Division United States, Army – Armored Divisions – 5th Armored Division United States, Army – Armored Divisions – 9th Armored Division United States, Army – Armored Divisions – 10th Armored Division United States, Army – Army Air Corps – 86th Fighter Group United States, Army – Artillery Groups – 183rd Field Artillery Group United States, Army – Cavalry Groups – 16th Cavalry Group United States, Army – Cavalry Squadrons – 91st Reconnaissance Squadron United States, Army – Camps & Forts – Camp Meade Maryland United States, Army – Corps – I Corps AEF United States, Army – Corps – II Corps United States, Army – Corps – IV Corps AEF United States, Army – Corps – V Corps AEF United States, Army – Corps – XX Corps United States, Army – Engineer Battalions – 652nd Engineer (Topo.) Battalion United States, Army – Infantry Battalions – 20th Armored Infantry Battalion United States, Army – Infantry Divisions – 28th Division AEF United States, Army – Infantry Divisions – 35th Division AEF United States, Army – Infantry Divisions – 42nd Division AEF United States, Army – Infantry Divisions – 95th Infantry Division United States, Army – Infantry Divisions – 99th Infantry Division United States, Army – Miscellaneous Units – Civilian Internment Enclosure #74 United States, Army – Tank Brigades – 1st Tank Brigade AEF United States, Army – Tank Brigades -- 304th Tank Brigade, AEF United States, Army – Tank Battalions – 16th Tank Battalion United States, Army – Tank Battalions – 301st Tank Battalion, AEF United States, Army – Tank Battalions -- 326th Tank Battalion– Photographs United States, Army – Tank Battalions -- 327th Tank Battalion, AEF
1914-1918 -. 1914-1918 -.United States. Army – Tank Battalions -. 7 May 1904 (Subject concerns his West Point appointment) 2 Photo-static copy of letter from COL George S.327th Tank Battalion Photographs United States. Patton Jr.Tank Centers – 301st Tank Center – Photographs United States. 1939-1945 – Campaigns – North Africa World War. Patton Jr. Patton Jr. Luxembourg City. AEF United States. Army – Tank Battalions -.00 a.Campaigns – St. S. for General Patton PATN 1914. PATN 1927. Fiala. Patton to Senator Thomas R. to BG S. 5 December 1918 (Subject concerns General Rockenbach’s efforts to get the DSC for Patton) PATN 1905. Rockenbach. 29 December 1945. Bard. 1939-1945 – Campaigns -. Bard.50. Army – Tank Battalions -. S. Army – Tank Centers – 311th Tank Center United States. 28 September 1920 (Subject is a thank you for the General’s help while Patton was with the Tank Corps) PATN 1905.Meuse-Argonne World War. and dated in August 1918. D.48. Funeral Escort Command.96.35.18. Patton Jr.00 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 .344th Tank Battalion. Michel World War.17. Funeral Escort Order. to BG S. PATN 1904.00 Photo-static copy of letter from MAJ George S.Sicily World War.00 Miscellaneous Papers: PATN 1914. Patton Jr.00 Typewritten will signed by G.Campaigns -. 30 November 1945. to Senator Thomas R. Rockenbach. 22 February 1904 (Subject is request to appoint his son to West Point) b.Tank Warfare World War.00 Memorandum signed by GEN G.00 Newspaper Clipping concerning Patton shooting of Villista in Mexico.345th Tank Battalion. D. From George S. 1939-1945 – Campaigns – Northern Europe BOX A R32/7A/(Folder #) FOLDER (Cataloged Materials) 1 Photo-static Copy of Original letters PATN 1905. AEF United States.00 Mimeograph Memorandum. for LT Joseph F. Army -. From George S.15.Tank Corps World War.33. Army . 1914-1918 -. PATN 1926.
00. r.17. Third Army.42.00 Untitled (Coastline – Sicily) PATN 1927. Washington DC. c. Army. Third U. Mimeograph Copy. May 2. q.00 Italian Dead. 103. e. to General George S.87. h.93.92.00 Untitled (Mountains – Sicily) PATN 1927. Mihiel Medal. 1919. Set of four different stamps.85.00 Untitled (Fishing boat) PATN 1928.01 16 Nine First Day of Issue covers for Patton Stamp (Scott Catalog #1026) 3 . O. HQ Third U. Past and Present 9 Booklet.00 Untitled (Knocked out M7 SP Gun) near Troina Sicily 1943 PATN 1927.99.01 15 Folder containing mint and canceled blocks of four of Luxembourg stamps honoring Patton issued in 1947. Certificate Number 5129 PATN 1983. l. m. Greer.96.97.91.00 Untitled (Fishing boat off of coast of Sicily) PATN 1927. PATN 1983. SUBJ: Soldiers of the Third Army.98. d.88. Sicily July 1943 with Italian Prisoners PATN 1927. taken by MAJ William H. n.00 Untitled (Fishing boat in Gela Bay) PATN 1927.94.84. General Orders No. i.00 Untitled (Coastline – Sicily) PATN 1927.00 11 B&W Photographs (taken by Patton and reprinted from negatives in 1968) a.00 Elements of 2nd Armored Division. The True Story of the Patton Prayer.00 Enemy tank and U. Sicily 1943 PATN 1927.22.05.94. Letter from HQ. b. St.00 GEN George S. General Orders 98.00 14 Certificate. k.S. The Baltic Society. f. p. 9 May 1945.92. Sicily 1943 PATN 1927. Chaplain James H. ca1950 PATN 1909. o.21. War Department.00 Enemy Pack horse Sicily 1943 PATN 1927. Army To Officers and enlisted personnel of HQ & HQ Company.90.00 Work of the 1st Ranger Battalion under command of LTC W. 1941 PATN 1927.86. Sicily PATN 1927. 1945 (Scott Catalog number UC-6) PATN 1942. 20 August 1945 b.S. SUBJ: Award of DSC to Colonel Patton PATN 1940.00 German Dead near Palermo PATN 1927.S.00 13 Flimsy copy. O’Neill.00 10 Certificate. Patton Jr.00 12 Envelope mailed and censored by GEN Patton to his wife. Patton wearing a tank commander experimental uniform.a. g. Ambulance. ca1920 PATN 1940.89. Darby (Later KIA) July 1943. Gela Bay where 7th Army landed July 1943 PATN 1927.00 Untitled (City Gate in Sicily) PATN 1927.00 German Dead near Gela Sicily PATN 1927.95.00 Untitled (Mountain Peak on Sicily) PATN 1927. August 16. j.
GEN George S. 1945 PATN 1982. War As I Knew It.00 H F Envelope PATN 1928. 1945 PATN 1982.01. Chapter I. PATN 1982.16.16.00 18 Full sheet of Patton stamp (Scott Catalog #1026 – selvedge missing) PATN 1982.02. Patton. San Marino CA in 1945. GEN George S.01e 27 Mimeograph copy. b.01a 23 Mimeograph copy.16.01d 26 Mimeograph copy. Cachet Craft Envelope PATN 1928.01a-g 22 Mimeograph copy.01c 25 Mimeograph copy. War As I Knew It. which contained the chapters of manuscript War As I Knew It.00 Art Craft Envelope PATN 1928. i.00 Fluegel Covers Envelope PATN 1928. War As I Knew It.00 C.01g 29 Official Folder Issue Folder from Post Office Department containing full sheet of Patton stamp (Scott Catalog #1026) Signed by the Postmaster General PATN 1982. GEN George S. 1945 PATN 1982. 1945 PATN 1982. & c 20 Color Photograph of Patton Gravesite PATN 1905.06.15 19 Patton Prayer Card (originals) 5 copies PATN 1941.00 Cachet Craft Envelope (variant 2) PATN 1928. b.16.14. Chapter II. Chapter III. Patton.01b 24 Mimeograph copy. Chapter IV. Patton. e. d. Stephen Anderson Envelope PATN 1928. War As I Knew It. Patton. c.69.16. Chapter IX.00 21 Seven large envelopes mailed by GEN Patton to Miss Anne W. h. 1945 PATN 1982.00 Art Craft Envelope (second copy) Fluegel Covers Envelope (second copy) Cachet Craft (variant 2) (second copy) 17 Full sheet of Patton stamp (Scott Catalog #1026 plate #24876) PATN 1903. 1945 PATN 1982.14 4 . Chapter VII & VIII. f. War As I Knew It.a. War As I Knew It. GEN George S.16.00 Artmaster Envelope PATN 1928.07.01f 28 Mimeograph copy.03. 1945 PATN 1982. Patton. War As I Knew It. GEN George S. j.16. g. Patton.06. Patton.00 a. GEN George S. Patton.04. Chapter V & VI.05. GEN George S.06.06.16.
PATN 1986. Lucas. August 13. A. as well as other notables.68. Also DSM award for MG Keyes 5 3 4 5 6 7 . Row. Handwritten letter from MG John P. signed at the top by George S. COL Robert G.01. 1943.71. birth certificate and baptism dated August 31. N.01.00 b. Patton Jr. Patton fencing PATN 1927.08 Booklet. 1917 and issued by the County of Los Angles PATN 1987. 1896. F.94 a.00 c. 1942 given for the Western Task Force Staff. SUBJ: Concerning DSC award to General Patton.05 32 Sheet Music.13 Book. 1964 PATN 1994. 15 October 1964 PATN 1994. Howie.20.70. Miscellaneous Papers PATN 1987. Harmon. 1942. The Natural System of Vertical Writing. The Tanker.07 Letter to LTC George S. Artcraft Cachet – Plate Block of 4 Artcraft Cachet – Block of 4 Artcraft Cachet – Block of 4 Artcraft Cachet – Block of 4 BOX B R32/7B/(Folder #) FOLDER 1 2 Notarized copy of George S. c. K.01.72. autographed 33 Collection of Four First Day Covers (Scott’s US #1026) a. 1942 given in Washington DC for the members of the staff of Task Force A. Also includes signatures on October 11. b. Guest list of the Supper September 26.11. Newlands & R. d.06 Photocopied Certificate.00 31 Round photograph of Beatrice Patton ca1910 PATN 1992. Patton III from GEN Omar Bradley. Patton running out of the stadium PATN 1927. November 3. French to General Patton ca1944 PATN 1994. VI Corps Commander to General Gay.01.30 Three B&W photographs of the 1912 Olympic Games a. Patton III from MG E.04 Letter to LTC George S. Includes signatures of MG Patton and his wife. Patton Jr. Patton going over the hurdles PATN 1927.
b. one for shooting) PATN 1987. Tank Corps (signed by BG S. Patton Jr. H. Patton Jr. 7 December 1939 b. for gunshot wound to left thigh d. Tank Corps. First Army. 8 Miscellaneous Papers a.47.06 c. PATN 1987. Pass card signed by LTG George S. pilot’s license. Oath of Office. AFHQ.47. Music by Peter De Rose. and 4th endorsements rejecting recommendation (signed by Chief of Staff A. issued December 16. (one for reading. SUBJ: Recommendation for Award. Rockenbach) b. Leave Record card for MAJ George S. Sheet Music.H. N.. Two prescription for glasses cards. Action sheet attached to (a) giving actions taken on the memorandum.O.S.01 b. AEF. GEN George S.G. Medical Department Form 52. Typewritten letter from Marshal Zhukov to General Patton. From HQ. MG George S.08 e. 1941 Serial Number 32200.. Classification. Form 649. 4634 10 Miscellaneous Papers PATN 1987. Typewritten 2nd. issued April 21.93 a. WD A. Typewritten 1st endorsement to (a) signed by H.47. War Department Officer’s Identification Card. Poem by George S. 6 . First Army. Immunization Records.07 d. Signed with translation attached. WD A.A. Patton Jr. 2 October 1918 SUBJ: Recommendation of LTC G. Patton Jr. c 1945 9 Miscellaneous Papers a.F W. Pass No. 13 August 1943 signed by BG Hobart Gay. Hospital record for LTC G. Patton Jr. Chief of Staff.01. Patton Jr. Hospital record for LTC G. N.O.. 3rd. PATN 1987. Seventh Army. 21 December 1945 SUBJ: Get well wishes. and then passed back down 16 October – 29 October 1918. Office of the Chief of the Tank Corps To Commanding General. October 23.05 a&b b.29. Envelope. Also contains signature of BG Rockenbach d. Drum. 1941 Serial Number 164680 PATN 1987. Patton Jr. Classification. for gunshot wound to left thigh (2 copies) 11 Original Documentation on Patton Distinguished Service Cross award PATN 1987. Medical Department Form 52. Dukes. Colonel George S. MG George S. Has annotation at bottom that may possibly be from Eisenhower.. S. Tank Corps. D. Student Pilots License. Medical Department Form 81 (four pages) a-b for General Patton 1942-1945 PATN 1987.E. 1928 c. Patton Jr. 26 SEPT 1918 – 22 OCT 1918.47. 22 OCT 1918 – 28 OCT 1918.S.01. Patton. First Army c. War Department Official Mail for HQ Fifteenth Army with writing noting contents being eye glass prescription. Original Typewritten Memorandum. God of Battle.G. Pass and immunization record f. Form 0337. Regular Army.95 a. from Chief of Staff.. Patton Jr.H. Typewritten Memorandum. Department of Commerce Form 340 ACA. To Commander in Chief.
g. Tank Corps f. 17 December 1918. Franklin Cantonment. etc. Captain Sereno E.95. The Battalions were the “Parent” units of all Armored Units later. Commanding 16th Tank Battalion. US Army Ret. Ret. Renault Tank. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. Richard A. c1920 e. c1920 b. AEF.00 a. GHQ Tank Corps.e. Richard A. Includes 2nd recommendation dated 20 November 1918. (part of Camp Mead MD ) 1920 or 1921 c1920 h. War Department Document 463 PATN 1988. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. Saber Exercise 1914. with label on the reverse: Family quarters at Franklin Cantonment. Colonel US Army. Salvaging Capcised Tank. 1920 Renault Tank 16th Tank Bn j.00 (plus extra copy) 14 B&W Photographs: Sereno Brett Collection – Tank Corps at Franklin Cantonment. Colonel. George S. Location of the 16th Light Tank Bn. c1920 d. at Franklin Cantonment. 17th and 18th Heavy Tank Bn’s 1919 to 1923. c1920 c. General Order 24. Light Tank Breaking Tree with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. Date 1920 or 1921. signed statements. Photographs by Tenschert & Flack of Washington DC. Obstacle Driving. PATN 1986. c1920 g.S. 16th Tank Battalion. Franklin Cantonment. a part of Camp Mead MD. Typewritten standard letter for recommendation of LTC Patton for the Distinguished Service Cross dated for November 1918 from GHQ. 17th and 18th Heavy Tank Bn’s 1919 to 1923. Colonel. a part of Camp Mead MD 1920. Company B. 1920 Renault Tank 16th Tank Battalion.. Non-Commissioned Quarters.. Location of the Army Tank School. (part of Camp Mead MD). Jones. Jones. Tank Park. Sixteenth Tank Battalion. Obstacle Driving. Light Tank Capcised. In Memoriam. Brett. a part of Camp Mead MD. Franklin Cantonment. Location of the 16th Light Tank Bn. on the action in question. Attachments for the recommendation including eyewitness accounts. part of Camp Mead Maryland. 1945 PATN 1909. General U. SUBJ: Awards of the Distinguished Service Cross 12 Booklet. c1920 f. Patton Jr. c1920 i. Camp Meade MD. 1919-1923.. Light Tank Negotiating a Forest with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. c1920 7 . Franklin Cantonment. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. with label on the reverse: Franklin Cantonment at Camp Mead MD. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. Franklin Cantonment. Richard A. with label on the reverse: Franklin Cantonment at Camp Mead MD. a part of Camp Mead MD 1920. The Battalions were the “Parent” units of all Armored Units later.02 13 Booklet. Army. Typewritten Copy. Jones.01.35. 19191923. Quarters of Sixteenth Tank Battalion. US Army Ret. HQ Third Army.
General Order #5. 1 (Principles of Command Administration) 6 March 1944 8 Mimeographed Memorandum. (at Sea) Commanding General. SUBJ: Letter of Instruction No. Soldiers of the 7th American Army. Richard Wheeler. Patton. MG.S. George S. Colonel US Army Ret. 3 August 1943. North African Theater of Operations.1942 Mimeographed handout. SUBJ: The Employment of Tank Destroyer Units.S.S. driver of the tank. 1943 to June 30. prior to Sicily Invasion Mimeographed Copy. with label on reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. 1920. Light Tank after Mine Explosion. Army Mimeographed Copy. 17 April 1944 (two copies) 8 . Franklin Cantonment. U. July 30. . 1943 (2 copies) Mimeographed Memorandum. (3 copies) Mimeographed Handout. 1945. (Award of Medals). Franklin Cantonment. George C. Army. 1943. Army. Seventh Army June 27. Franklin Cantonment. Notes on Tactics and Techniques of Desert Warfare (Provisional). Jones.2 – TO(GNMCS). Light Tank Mine Crater. Biennial Report. Captain “Jimmey” Britt was driving the lead tank. Richard A. Marshall calling card attached inside. Third Army. HQ Third U.k. 12 August 1943. Captain Jimmey Brett and Lieut. General Order #70. Commanding Desert Training Center. 42 to August 17. AG 370. c1920 BOX C (Box 3) FOLDER 1 Book. Notes on Military Operations from November 8. Light Tank Hitting Land Mine. CG. July 1. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. part of Camp Mead MD. The Chief of Staff of the United States Army to the Secretary of War. with label on the reverse: Demonstration at the Tank School. (part of Camp Mead ) 1920 or 1921. Notes on Addressing Troops under My Command (undated) c1943 Mimeographed Speech. c1920 l. Patton Jr. c1920 m. 1920. HQ. HQ Seventh Army. Leather Bound and inscribed to General George S. HQ Third U. Camp Mead MD. BOX D (Box 4) FOLDER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mimeograph booklet. Accounts of Battlefield Gallantry based on Citations in General Orders. Location of the Army Tank School..
Hand written instructions on how a new 2nd LT reports to his new unit. Army. 1945. 1944. Army. Army. 1945 20 SGT Edward E. Wilson to Commanding Officer. Date unknown.S. Army. No. HQ Third U. Patton Jr. Robbins Music Co. b. General Order No. S. 72. Army. HQ Third U. Type written appointment letter for SGT Edward E. Army. 3 March 1945. Army.S. Completion Certificate for AEF 302nd Center Tank School and 304th Brigade Tactical School signed by COL George S. SUBJ: Relations with the German People 12 Mimeographed Copy. HQ Third U. AG 091. Uniform Regulations 19 Mimeographed Letter of Thanks to the Troops of 3rd Army.S. 3 (Use of Armored Divisions) (4 copies) 11 Mimeographed Memorandum.S. 21 Printed Sheet Music. God of Battles. Final Interrogation Report.2 – GMMCC. Patton Jr. Aug 20. c1944 9 . General Order No.S.S. Hand written letter from J. May 20. d. Notes on Bastogne Operation.S. LTG. HQ Third U. (Regulations concerning Combat Soldiers) 17 Mimeographed Report. Wood documents a. HQ Third U. HQ Third U. Seventh Army Interrogation Center. 19 May 1944 (on the need to fight all the way to Berlin) 10 Mimeographed Memorandum.9 Mimeographed Memorandum. 9 May 1945. 7th Infantry Regiment 11 March 1908.S.S. 6 June 1945. Army. To All Officers and Enlisted Men of My Command. 1945 w/maps (2 copies) 14 Mimeographed Memorandum. 88. Thank you letter for help while in the service c. Ref. 9 July 1945 (3 copies) 18 Mimeographed Copy. AG 370. HQ Third U. AG 381 – GNMCG. Circular No. SUBJ: Letter of Instruction No. July 10. 1 Jan 1945 (Congratulations to Third Army and XIX Tactical Air Command) 13 Mimeographed Handout. Patton Jr. Army. Poem by George S. 1st Battalion. Music setting by Peter De Rose. Hauser's Personal Experiences. HQ Third U. SUBJ: Soldiers of the Third Army. Past and Present (5 copies) 16 Mimeographed Copy. Army. Wood signed 23 February 1919 by COL G. 98.S. HQ Third U. SUBJ: Tank-Infantry Operations 15 Mimeographed Copy. 12 December 1944. January 16. 7 January 1919. Circular No. SAIC/FIR/6. 1. HQ Third U. E.
Audio Visual Support Element. USMA.S. From Commanding Officer. Calling Card. Annex to Field Order No. Patton Jr. Photocopy. AEF. With cover letter from MG George S. 9 September 1918. Mimeographed Memorandum. Army. for George S. From Commanding Officer. 1. S. 7CTA-414/AE77. Summer. 7 July 1944 with map c. Soldiers of the Third Army. Patton Jr. Augsburg Detachment Photo Lab. 1944 Patton's Personal copy 24 Miscellaneous Papers (copies) WWII with cover letter from MG George S. Mimeograph Copy. SUBJ: Plan for the Use of Tanks (with handwritten notes and corrections by COL G. Photocopy. Typewritten Memorandum. HQ 1st Tank Brigade. SUBJ: Change in Assignment of Officers b. 9 May 1945 f. General Orders No. 9 May 1945.. General Order No. Mihiel) with notes in pencil by COL G. (Attack orders for the battle of St.S. SUBJ: Commendation.O.S. Bueait. 1:100000. Annex #1 to Letter Movement Order. Typewritten Memorandum. September 7. HQ 1st Tank Brigade. To Chief of Staff. FRANCE. 1.S. Field Orders No. HQ 311th Center. Patton Jr. HQ 326th Battalion. Patton III 26 Miscellaneous papers World War I a. Patton III a. 1st Tank Brigade. S. 18. Typewritten Memorandum. and signed in pencil) g. Mimeograph Copy. (Attack orders for the battle of St. Typewritten Sheet. 1. From Commanding Officer. HQ Third U. From Commanding Officer. 21 August 1918. 1918. 1945. Mimeograph Copy. HQ Seventh Army. General Truscott and General G. SUBJ: Arrangements at Departure Position 10 . Washington DC. Army Map Service. 42nd Division. i.Winter 1944 23 Map Folder. 5 September 1918. To Chief of Staff. (c1909) d. HQ Third U. Tank Corps. Typewritten Memorandum. HQ 1st Tank Brigade.22 Collection of nine military cartoons by SGT Hudson. 31 December 1942 b. September 2. 10 September 1918. 1st Tank Brigade. Army. Field Order No. Corps of Engineers. A. European Road Map Series. To Chief of Staff. 10 September 1918. SUBJ: Memorandum on Plan for the Use of Tanks h. HQ 1/1 Armor Regiment. V Corps. Mihiel) e. 1. 1st Tank Brigade. SUBJ: Memorandum on Plan for the Use of Tanks d. in front of St. First Armored Regiment’s Participation in the Beginning of the North African Campaign. “#2. 98. Mimeographed Copy. 9 September 1918 (attack orders for the battle of St. 1918. AG 330. 6303. 1st Tank Brigade. Soldiers of the Seventh Army. V Corps. 5 July 1944. IV Corps. S. Mimeograph Copy. Army Field Message. 22 August 1943 25 Photograph. Field Order No. Past and Present. Patton Jr. 114. SUBJ: Revised Memorandum on Plan for Use of Tanks c.M.13. 28 August 1918. g. Tank Corps. Mihiel) f. date circa 1943 e. HQ Third U. Flimsy Copy. Army. First Battalion.S. To Chief of Staff.
given to the officers of 3rd Cavalry. Thoughts on Leadership. ca 1922 (2 copies) Editorial in Boston Journal. d. I Corps. Field Orders No. 2. Basic Field Manual. Mimeograph Copy. HQ 35th Division. 1918 (Orders for the attack in the Argonne) with hand written notation in pencil by COL Patton f. January 3. Mimeograph Copy. S. ca1922 Lecture on Cavalry Patrol. Field Orders No. September 21.C. 24 September 1918 (orders for the attack in the Argonne) with annex 1 from 60th Field Artillery Brigade h. General Orders No. Patton Jr. Tank Corps. Complete with annexes. Tank Corps). HQ 1st Tank Brigade. 1919 28 Miscellaneous Photocopied Patton Speeches: a.j. 11 September 1918. Troops Officer. 1st Tank Brigade. b. September 12. Mimeograph Copy. (signed in pencil with a short note by COL Patton) 27 Miscellaneous Papers World War I a. MAJ G. Extract from “Instructions to Commanding Officers of Troops Aboard Ship”. 44. General Orders No. SUBJ: Memo on Proposed Operation (with handwritten notes by COL Patton in pencil) (dealing with the Argonne Offensive) m. 1st Tank Brigade. 2. 133. 1st Brigade. As above – 2nd copy k. HQ First Army Corps AEF. Knowles b. and Italian. Typewritten Memorandum. HQ 1st Tank Brigade. 103.H. 41. (Additional information for the battle of St. 1918. To Commanding General. ca1941 b. (Commander. 24 September 1918 (orders for the attack in the Argonne) with hand written notation in pencil by COL Patton. SUBJ: Report on Operations of September 12-13-14. Photocopy sheet. To Chief of Staff. Field Orders No. From Commanding Officer. October 3. 16 September 1918. HQ 28th Division. September 24. Ground Identification of Armoured Vehicles. S. Steamship “Patricia”. Identification of Foreign Armored Vehicles. c. FM 30-42. 3rd Cavalry. From Commanding Officer. Award of the Distinguished Service Cross d. 1924 29 Miscellaneous Booklets a. 22 September 1918 (Orders for Argonne Offensive) with handwritten note by COL Patton and signed by M. g. Printing Office. War Department. Pamphlet. August 16. December 16. SUBJ: Memorandum on Plan for the Use of Tanks c. Mihiel) l. Field Order No. Memorandum From Commanding Officer. IV Corps (through CG Tank Corps) 18 September 1918. Flimsy Copy. Govt. Pamphlet.T. Allied Force Headquarters. March 3. Russian. Typewritten Memorandum. Mimeograph Copy. Field Orders No. Patton Jr. 57. 1919. Award of the Distinguished Service Medal e. German Japanese. Typewritten sheet. To C. Military Intelligence. 1942 11 . 1918. 1922 The Cavalryman. MAJ G. War Department.
Typewritten flimsy letter. Tank Song. undated but assumed to be late 1918. September 1918 (2 copies) h. ca 1943 31 Typewritten letters 32 Booklet. ca1918 d. North Africa and Sicilian Campaigns. M. c 1960 35 Patton Homework papers and other Miscellaneous Papers BOX E FOLDER 1. Identification of United States Armored Vehicles. Typewritten letter from Lowell MA to Beatrice Patton. Miscellaneous Papers a. First National Bank of Boston. The Tank. Tank Corps. Typewritten Poem. Series of memorandums from various unit commanders passed to the men of the Tank Corps thanking them for their service. AEF. Marching song of the II Corps. D. Co. Second to None. Patton Jr. Govt.S. From Chief of Tank Corps. FM 30-40. September-October 1918 (2 copies) g. 12 . Army General Staff College. Situation and Operations Report of the First Infantry Division during the Period of its overseas movement. Military Academy Press 34 Booklet. American Expeditionary ForcesFrance. February 2. has signatures in pencil at the back including Jacob L.. Official Register of the Officers and Cadets of the Military Academy. SGT Carl Rosenhagen. Mimeographed Memo. ca1946 30 Sheet Music. June 1909. Lyle. Patton Jr. C 301st Heavy Tank Corps. Military Intelligence. Tank Demonstration for Army General Staff College.c. January 9. West Point NY. 16 August 1918 c. MG Terry Allen (USA Retired). Series of memorandums from Commander. SUBJ: Request for promotion for CPT G. Basic Field Manual. Burns & CWO E. ca1918 e. Devers 33 Booklet. Typewritten Song. Photocopied remembrances. 1LT C. Rupert. f. USMA. Barnard. SGT M. ca1965 b. USMA Class of 1909. to Chief of Staff. Contents are an account of Patton’s wounding on 26 SEPT 1918 – given to the correspondent by a SGT Shuerman. June 14 1907. George S. Furlough Banquet – Hotel Astor New York. 1943 d. Exhibition of Medals and Citations awarded to Gen. Third Course. AEF passed down through various commanders to the men of the Tank Corps thanking them for their service. Mimeograph Handout. COL Walter P. H. 1918. Mimeographed Memo. Printing Office. AEF.
Secretary to the President (Patton nominated to be Major General) Booklet. 10 November 1918. AEF. KS . Tank Corps.i. Exercises in Panoramic Sketching. Flimsy Copy. G. Patton. to his Third Army on the Eve of the Normandy Invasion. Beatrice Patton. Typewritten telegram. HQ 304 (1st) Brigade. ca1920 Copies of Patton Speeches a. Hope Farm Press. Patton Jr. j. Photograph of the officers of the 7th Cavalry Regiment. awarding COL Patton the Distinguished Service Cross. 1893 (with original envelope) Two Photographs a. 1918 l. San Gabriel CA. Stephen Early. Typewritten carbon copy of Memorandum. AEF. to Mrs. The Tank Platoon in Attack. March 19. U. SUBJ: Report on the Modern Pentathlon.. ca 1930 Mimeographed Handout. 302nd Center TC. 1912 Booklet. Cornwallville NY. From GHQ. SUBJ: Citation for Meritorious Service (DSM). Verses. Province Publishing. unsigned. July 1923 connected with General John K. S. Speech of General George S. Booklet. March 4. Colonel G. 112) The Cavalry School. To Commanding General. Tank Corps. Newspaper clipping from the Washington Times. San Diego. November 3.dated November 1918 SUBJ: Recommendation for the Distinguished Service Cross. 17 December 1918. dated May 12. Herr Photocopy of Letter from LT Patton to Adjutant General US Army. Nominations Sent to the Senate April 10. Tank Corps. GHQ Tank Corps AEF. Concerns requests for men for the Tank Corps m. Patton Jr. Photograph of SGT Roy Brown (1880-1929) 4 5 6 7 8 9 Magazine. 1st Brigade. Typewritten Lecture. Photocopied example letter from Chief of the Tank Corps to ---. September 19. Fort Riley. CA ca1980 b. for Gallantry. Philadelphia PA. From CO. Army. To Chief of Tank Corps. 1918 with hand written comment by Colonel Patton and initials. 11 June 1919 (2 copies) k. Department of General Instruction. 1941. General Order Number 24. Fort Riley KS ca1906 (with names on reverse b. S. 1921 announcing COL Patton’s return to Fort Meyer VA n. Services of Supply from 1st Section. Patton. Mimeographed Memo. 1963 13 . SUBJ: Citation of Members of First Brigade. Decorations Section TO LTC George S. Patton Jr.S. General Patton’s Third Army Speech June 1944. o. Booklet. The Cavalry Journal. General Staff. 2 3 Handwritten letter from George S. (Stencil No.
11 Book. A General Talks to His Army. Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor. Paul. G2. Use of Foreign Maps. ca1944 (2 copies) e. Dinner Menu. 30 July 1940 22 Miscellaneous Philatelic materials: 14 . Patton to his son. 9 December 1963 16 Typewritten Sheets. G2 Section. Transcript of article from Knoxville News Sentinel. Patton IV. Cadet G. The Order for a Memorial of George Smith Patton Jr. Booklet. 6 June 1944 21 Mimeographed Memorandum. with letter from COL James Crockett. War Department. Letter from Headquarters. 18 August 1944 18 Pamphlet. 19 August 1943 (with cover letter dated 1972) b. November 5. Letter from LTG Patton to Admiral Davidson. Mimeograph Copy. Aerial Photograph Interpretation Guide. 23 May 1914. ca1944 (2 copies) 10 Manuscript. ca 1985 d. 1942. 20 January 1946 19 Mimeographed Sheet. General Patton’s Speech.S. Washington DC. Randall Lange. Bayeux France to Mrs. 7 January 1946 15 Letter from BG James O’Neill to MAJ Kenneth Cole.c. SUBJ: Letter of Appreciation for work during invasion of North Africa. 1942. Armored Force to MG George S. 31 May 1942 20 Photocopied transcription of letter from LTG George S.. HQ 2nd Armored Brigade. Training Memo #1. Patton. Patton 14 Photocopied Letters a. #231. 16 April 1944 13 Letter from Miss Marthe LeClerc. U. Patton’s Prayer Revealed. Peter and St. Army Armor School. Patton asking him to review it. 30 November 1947. 2nd Armored Division Mess. Washington DC 12 Photocopied letter and envelope from Patton to Mr. HQ Armored Force. SUBJ: Certificate of Clearance of Blame for PFC Horace Woodring. Patton’s Speech to the Third Army.S. Tentative Technical Manual. Fifteenth Army. SUBJ: Tapestry sent to Mrs. SUBJ: Patton’s Prayer. Volume 7. The Midway Mirror. Mimeograph Copy. Assistant Chief of Staff. Cathedral Church of St. CTF-88. 17 Newspaper. SUBJ: My Observations at the Maneuvers in Georgia and Louisiana…..
11 June 1961 BOX F-1 FOLDER 1 Photocopied Report. United States Forces. 1st Day Canceled paper with all four values of the Luxembourg Patton commemorative. File R320. Terrify and Destroy. Gotha Germany. Booklet. 24 October 1947 c. Dachau and Its Liberation. to George S. Typewritten thank you from MG Walter E. S-2.a. 3rd Cavalry Group (Mecz). Campaigns of the 9th Armored Division in Western Europe. The General Board. Narrative of the 99th Division. HQ 99th Division. BG Felix Sparks (USA Ret). Lauer to General Patton (Signed) May 1945 b.9 May 1945. 157th Infantry Association. 1945 Book. 1945 c. European Theater (USFET). Story of the Fifth Armored Division. HQ 3rd Cavalry Group. Study Number 4. 652nd Engineer Topographic Battalion.2/3 (Armd) Mimeographed Pages. the Story of the 10th Armored Division. ca1984 Mimeographed Papers. May 1945 Book. printed by 652nd Engineer (Topographic) Battalion. Artmaster Cachet b. 7 November 1945.. 86th Fighter Group. 1945 Booklet. Army Service Forces. We Followed Patton. 1st Day Canceled Envelope. Patton Jr. ca1945 8 9 Map. Fort Knox KY 11 November 1953. 9 August 1944 . Army Service Forces. Patton Remembrance Day in Luxembourg envelope and stamp. Report on the Organization of the Armored Division. The Victory Division in Europe. ca1945 2 3 4 5 6 7 15 . 9th Armored Division. Battle Babies. 1945 Certificate of Honorary Membership. Typewritten History. After Action Report.Patton Stamp. the Story of the 99th Infantry Division. 1945 Materials dealing with 99th Infantry Division a. EngelhardReyhersche Hofbuchdruckererei.
1945. Americka Armada V Plzni. “Blood & Guts” Patton’s Pre-invasion Speech to His Men in the U. Single page of hand written doodles by General Patton. SUBJ: Victory 17 Book. 1945 14 Letter to General Patton from MAJ Charles A. Army Headquarters. Munich. Army Outline Plan. 1 August 1944 – 9 May 1945. Zapadoceske Muzeum. USMA Dedication of the Patton Statue. G-3 Third Army with map. Original handwritten message and transcribed official message form by General Patton in Sicily. 6 August 1945 12 Booklet. 1945 13 Map. Training Memorandum Number 30. Organization Day. Pilsen Czech Republic.10 Booklet. printed Joh. Historical Material. signed to General Patton from the officers and men of the Group. Third U. Battle Route of the 183rd FA Group.S. 333. April 1944 22 Miscellaneous Materials a. September 5. ca1945 19 Two Photographs a. G2 Periodic Report No. Historical’s History. The “Kaserne” at Bad Tolz. Third Army. Third Anniversary XX Corps. Tenth Armored (Tiger) Division. Twentieth Armored Infantry Battalion. 16th Cavalry Group. printed in Schongau Bavaria by Karl Motz & Co. July 1946 18 Booklet. Intelligence School Series (Army-1) G-2 Plan Third U. Allied Force Headquarters. printed by 673rd Engineers.S. General George S. 1945 11 Map Booklet. 1990 21 Patton Material a. unknown – no date 16 . Patton from --. SUBJ: Supporting COL Darby near Gela Sicily b. The Cavalry School. Rother SEL. B&W Print of Patton urinating in the Rhine River b. B&W Shot.Hayes.S. Operation Overlord. 1945. 1949 b. HQ 20th AIB. SUBJ: Merry Christmas 15 Printed Report. SUBJ: Training Notes c. Dismounted Review of 3rd Cavalry Regiment at Fort Meyer VA ca1938 20 Booklet. Typewritten copy. B&W Shot. 16 Mimeograph Report. Printed Handout. Fort Riley KS. Commanding 91st Reconnaissance Squadron. Ellis. Ww. Signed to G. S. Operational Summaries. 5 April 1943. 8 May 1945. Signal Section. Trowbridge to Berlin. 24 October 1943. Third Army. G-2. HQ 16th Cavalry Group.. Third Army.
Manifestation Franco-Americain.04 Printed folder. 1919 attached) Wedding Card. France on General George S. France. Hand painted scroll conferring honorary citizenship of the city of Chartres France on General George S. Patton Family photographs taken circa 1896-1900 PATN 86. signed by the Mayor and the artist Gabriel Loire Scroll.32. Patton Jr. November 18. 26 Nov. HQ 1st Division. Miss Patton. signed by the Mayor and the artist R. 19 April 1919 (with typed flimsy – General Orders 62. Hand painted scroll conferring honorary citizenship of the city of Mans. Patton Jr. Speech Delivered by General Patton to His Troops on the Eve of the Invasion of France..05 4 5 BOX F-3 PATN 1987.. 1946.27. Memorial Center. 1950 Scroll. 1945.01 Book. General George S. unknown – no date 23 Cassette Tape – Woody Woodring conversations about GEN Patton ca1987 BOX F-2 ITEM 1 2 3 Photograph Album. 1945. Photo printed scroll (B&W) commemorating the passage of the American Armies through France. San Gabriel. Patton.32. PATN 1986.. October 1946 4 5 17 .d. 28 October 1945. Patton Jr. Hand painted with calligraphy. 761st Tank Battalion. and Mrs. California. signed in pencil on reverse with a number of names including George S. signed by GEN John J. Chelet Scroll. with original signatures.32.00 a-d ITEM 1 2 3 Etching scroll conferring honorary citizenship of the city of Fontainbleu France on General George S. with letters signed by author and commanding officer of the unit Citation. Typewritten flimsy. signed by the Mayor Scroll. Come Out Fighting. c1968 PATN 1986. Pershing. Patton Jr. to LTC George S. Patton for exceptionally meritorious and conspicuous services commanding the Tank Center Army Schools. Patton Jr.
Sheet 4506. 1944. 1:25000. with grease pencil markings for 95th Division actions in the area GSGS 4507. Germany 1:25000. Sheet 4606. Germany 1:25000. 1944.. War Office. 1944. War Office. Germany 1:25000. 1944. Nov 1944. 2nd Edition AEF. 31 January 1945 GSGS 4414. George S. 1944. War Office. Ludwigsburg Germany. Sheet 4605. German 1:20000. 2nd Edition AEF. 2nd Edition AEF. War Office. 2nd Edition AEF. 1946 (Civilian Internment Encampment No. Germany 1:25000. Krefeldverdingen 18 .BOX G FOLDER 1 Wood and Leather Bound Typewritten Manuscript. GSGS 4414. Patton Jr. Germany 1:25000. 2nd Edition AEF. with Defense Overlay created by APID Ninth Army. Germany. Sheets 6606 Saarlautern and 6609 Ludweiller-Warndt. 1944. War Office. Saarlautern. Town Plan of Krefeld-Uerdingen GSGS 4414. 1944. 942nd Engineer Aviation (Topo) Bn. General Survey 1945 / 1946. Germany 1:25000. Krefeld GSGS 4414. 2nd Edition AEF. 1944. 2nd Edition AEF. Kaiserwerth. Hamm. with Defense Overlay created by APID Ninth Army. Rhynern GSGS 4414. Germany 1:25000. 74) MAP COLLECTION UMP 3/ Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 GSGS 4414. glued together along one edge Folded map set for Sicily marked Lieut. Sheet 4312. War Office. with grease pencil markings for 95th Division actions in the area. Krefeld. marked with red grease pencil on the reverse GSGS 4414. CIE 74. Sheet 4605. War Office. on the front cover GSGS 4480. Sheet 4313. Duisburg GSGS 4414. 1944. Ludweiller-Warndt. 2nd Edition AEF. Sheet 6706. War Office. War Office. Germany 1:25000. War Office. Germany 1:50000. 28 January 1945 GSGS 4414. Gen. 2nd Edition AEF. 1944 Sheet 6606.
Sheet Q1. Sheets T3. 1944. glued together at the side with an overlay marked 4th AD Overlay of TF Baum March 27th . 1944. Central Europe 1:100000. Essen. with pen markings on front and blue grease pencil on the back. Frankfurt and T4 Wurzburg.April 6th.13 14 GSGS 4416. Folding Map – multiple sheets for Central Europe – scale ? 1:250000 15 19 . GSGS 4416 Central Europe 1:100000. War Office. Army Map Service. with ink written notations.
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