|Title:||John H. Linton Papers|
|Creator:||Linton, John H.|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Extent:||0.512 Cubic feet, 461 items .|
February 14, 2007, (unprocessed) 461 items, 0.50 cubic feet; Papers (1942-1963, 2007) including McDaniel family and Harvey family genealogical research; U. S. Air Force Flying Status Files, 1942-1963; Individual flight Record Files, 1942-1961; and Orders & Special Orders files, 1942-1954, recording Linton military career from the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (Class of 1942), his pilot training, and World War II service in with the 5th Air Force, 5th Command, 86th Wing, 326th Fighter and 58th Fighter Groups, in Australia, New Guinea, and the Philippine Islands, 1943-1945; and his postwar overseas service with the 12th Air Force, 86th Fighter Bomber Squadron, at Neubiberg, Landstuhl and Wiesbaden, Germany, 1953-1954; and the 601st Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron and with the 526th Tactical Control Group, at Kaiserlautern, Germany, 1952-1954. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Lt. Col. John H. Linton
May 23, 2007, (unprocessed addition 1) 0.012 cubic feet; Pilot Log Book No. 1 (6/3-12/9/1942) of Cadet John H. Linton, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, recording his training flights in various aircraft, including the Fairchild PT 19-A, the North American BT-14 and the North American AT-6, between Coleman, Texas, Randolph Field, Texas, Foster Field, Texas, and Stuart Field, New York. Donor: Lt. Col. John H. Linton
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John H. Linton Papers (#1097), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Encoded by Lindsay Flood, April 3, 2008
Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.
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