Lee A. Wallace, Jr., Papers, 1937-1997, undated (bulk 1974-1997)

(Manuscript Collection #757)

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Series 1 :
Scrapbook, 1937-1981
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Scrapbook Part 1, (1937-1941) assembled by Pvt. Lee A. Wallace, Battery C, 117th Field Artillery Regiment (Formerly 113th Field Artillery), 2nd Battalion, 30th Division Artillery (formerly 55th Field Artillery Brigade), 30th Infantry Division, North Carolina National Guard, based in Washington, North Carolina, including brief history of Battery C, rosters, report of the Adjutant General, time line of division movements, newspaper clippings, and photographic prints documenting training maneuvers at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Loose leaf bound. 1 item. 49 pp. Note: 30th Division was nicknamed "Old Hickory" Division; Photograph print of Pvt. Lee A. Wallace with Wayne Thompson P-757/51.
    • Folder b
      Scrapbook Part 2, (1942-1981) assembled by Pvt. Lee A. Wallace, including post card from Sgt. Clyde Beachen, 13 April 1942, historical accounts of the 30th Infantry Division, North Carolina National Guard, duty rosters, newspaper clippings, photographic prints document training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Camp Blanding, Florida, Camp Gordon, Georgia, Fort Screben, Georgia, and Camp Forest, Tennessee; including photographic prints documenting actor Walter Pidgeon's visit to Camp Tick, August 1943, also photographic prints and notes on LST 133 hitting a underwater mine on Omaha Beach, Normandy, June 1944; Christmas cards 1944-1945; newspaper clippings on Battery C in Possnech, Germany, the cathedral in Magdeburg, Germany under repairs, ca. 1975; schedule of events for commemoration service (1980); printed letter from Col. S. L. A. Marshall to Gen. Hobbs, 16 March 1946, reporting that the 30th Division had earned the highest unit citation in the European Theater of Operations during World War II. Loose leaf bound. 1 item. 43 pp. Note: Photographic prints of Pvt. Lee A. Wallace P-757/64, P-757/76, P-757/85-86, 88-89, 92
Series 2 :
Newsletters, 1974-1997
  • Box 1
    • Folder c
      • New York and New Jersey Chapter #1 of the 113th Infantry Division Association 1974. 1 item. 12 pp.   (item #1)
      • 30th division News; October 1976. 1 item. 6 pp.   (item #2)
      • 30th division News; June 1977. 1 item. 6 pp.  (item #3)
      • 30th Division News; January 1983. 1 item. 16 pp.  (item #4)
      • 30th Division News; April 1983. 1 item. 12 pp.   (item #5)
      • 30th Division News; February 1984. 1 item. 14 pp.   (item #6)
      • 30th Division News; January 1985. 1 item. 20 Pages   (item #7)
      • 30th Division News; July 1986. 1 item. 16 pp.   (item #8)
      • 30th Division News; March 1988. 1 item. 16 pp.   (item #9)
      • 30th Division News; January 1989. 1 item. 20 pp.   (item #10)
      • 30th Division News; March 1992. 1 item. 12 pp.   (item #11)
      • 30th Division News; October 1992. 1 item. 16 pp.   (item #12)
      • 30th Division News; November 1994. 1 item. 14 pp.   (item #13)
      • 30th Division News; March 1995. 1 item. 20 pp.   (item #14)
      • 30th Division News; October 1995. 1 item. 14 pp.   (item #15)
      • The Tarheel Charter: 30th Infantry Division Association; December 1995. 1 item. 24 pp.   (item #16)
      • 30th Division News; January 1996. 1 item. 20 pp.   (item #17)
      • 30th Division News; November 1996. 1 item. 14 pp.   (item #18)
      • 30th Division News; February 1997. 1 item. 16 pp.   (item #19)
Series 3 :
Battery C Reunion Material, 1941-1988, undated
  • Box 1
    • Folder d
      • Chief Paul Dies; Funeral to be Friday, Washington Daily News, Washington, NC (12/4/1975). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Washington, NC police chief.   (item #1)
      • 113th Field Artillery Held Reunion, The Benson Review, Benson, NC (6/17/1976) Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #2)
      • Paul, Phillip L. Letter (5/1/1969) "Dear Buddy" announcing the 113th Field Artillery reunion for June 1, 1969 in Washington, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #3)
      • Wallace, Lee A., Jr. Letter (11/23/1969) to the National Personnel Records Center inquiring about the availability of a complete roster of Battery "C"133th Field Artillery Battalion (sic) for 1940-1945. TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #4)
      • Grantham, Norman B. Letter (ca. May 1970) to "Dear Buddy" announcing the reunion for the 113th Field Artillery Battalion (sic) for June 7, 1970 in Smithfield, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #5)
      • Sills, Palmer M. Letter (ca. May 1971) to "Dear Buddy" announcing the Reunion for the 113th Field Artillery Battalion (sic) on June 6, 1971 in Dunn, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #6)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (5/10/1976) to "Dear 113th F. A. Men" announcing reunion of the 113th F. A. for June 12-13, 1976 in Benson, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #7)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (4/29/1977) to "Dear 113th F. A. Men" the reunion of the 113th Field Artillery Regiment for June 11-12, 1977 in Benson, NC. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #8)
      • Lucus, Astor C., Jr. Letter (8/7/1981) to the men of the 113th Field Artillery Association regarding the 113th Field Artillery Regiment convention at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, NC on September 12-13, 1981. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #9)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (8/6/1982) to "Dear Men of the 113th F. A." announcing the annual reunion of the 113th Field Artillery Regiment for September 17-19, 1982 at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, NC on September 17-19, 1982. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #10)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (4/23/1983) "Dear Men of the 113th F. A." announcing the reunion of the 113th Field Artillery Regiment on June 9-11, 1983 in Dunn, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #11)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (4/26/1984) to "Dear Men of the 113th F. A." announcing the annual reunion of the 113th Field Artillery Regiment for June 8-10, 1984 in Kinston, NC. Mimeographed TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #12)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (ca. May 1986) to "Dear 113th F. A. Men" announcing the annual reunion for June 6-8, 1986 in Wilmington, NC; also room reservation form. Photocopied TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #13)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (ca. May 1987) "Dear 113th F. A. Men" announcing the reunion for June 5-7 1987 in Danville, VA; also room reservation form. Photocopied TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #14)
      • Cyrus, Mel. Letter (4/1/1988) "Dear 113th FA men" announcing the reunion for June 3-5 1988 in Dunn, NC; also room reservation information. Photocopy TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #15)
      • Address list (ca. 1988) of 113th Division members. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 6 pp.   (item #16)
      • Address list (ca. 1988) of 113th Division members. Holograph. 1 item. 6 pp.   (item #17)
      • Address (ca. 1988) of Harold Williams. Holograph. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #18)
      • Address label (ca. 1988) for F.D. Privat. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #19)
      • Address list (ca. 1988) for 14 members of the 113th Division. Photocopy typescripts. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #20)
      • Address list (ca. 1988) for Battery "C" 113 Field Artillery Regiment, sorted by rank; Edited photocopy typescript. 1 item. 3 pp.   (item #21)
      • Roster (ca. 1941-1942) for Battery "C" 113th Field Artillery Battalion. Edited photocopy typescript. 1 item. 3 pp.   (item #22)
      • Address (ca. 1974) for Wade S. Kulb. Holograph. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #23)
      • Known Addresses (3/5/1976) of Veterans of Battery "C", 113 Field Artillery Battalion. Typescript. 1 item. 2 pp.   (item #24)
      • Wallace, Lee A., Jr. Letter (8/4/1975) to the University of Auburn Alumni Office regarding the current mailing address for Russell D. Stewart so he may be contacted for an upcoming reunion; letter had been returned to Wallace with the mailing address. TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #25)
      • Stewart, Russell D. Letter (8/26/1975) to Lee Wallace responding to Wallace's letter and commenting of his memories of the 113th Division, his request for the addresses of other members, and gives Wallace information about two other members of the 113th Division. TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #26)
      • Wallace, Lee A., Jr. Draft letter (ca. 1988) to Mr. Naterman regarding the address of Russell Stewart since 1975; note on verso records death of Stewart on 2/8/1979 and possible burial location. Holograph. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #27)
      • Cox, Kermit W. Letter (5/15/1976) to Lee Wallace regarding recent ill health at Walter Reed Army Hospital and visiting Russell Stewart; provides addresses for 2 members of the 113th Division. ALS. 1 item. 2 pp.   (item #28)
      • Wallace, Lee A., Jr. Letter (8/14/1980) to Capt. Wiley Wooland to confirm his attendance to the 113th Division reunion on 9/14/1980; providing information on the possible whereabouts of 4 men. TL. 1 item. 2 pp.   (item #29)
      • Wolfe, Morris. Letter (undated) to Wallace regarding the whereabouts of members of the 113th Division. ALS. 1 item. 2 pp.   (item #30)
      • Green, Rupert E. Letter (undated) to Lee Wallace with updates on Green's life and mentions Phillip's death and Croom's stroke. TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #31)
      • Wallace, Lee. A., Jr. Letter (7/26/1976) to Mel M. Cyrus regarding a gift for General Griffin's Church in his honor. Photocopy TLS. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #32)
      • Note (undated) "Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, commanded the II Corps, 2 Sept-16 Dec. 1963; 16 Dec. 1863 for remainer of war = V Corps". Holograph. 1 item. 1 p. Note refers to Gouverneur Kemble Warren (8 January 1830 – 8 August 1882) a civil engineer and general in the Union Army during the American Civil War who is best remembered for arranging the last-minute defense of Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg and is often referred to as the "Hero of Little Round Top." His military career were ruined during the Battle of Five Forks, when he was relieved of command by Philip Sheridan.   (item #33)
      • Broadside (1987) entitled "Danville, Virginia: Points of Interest & Things to do and See", by Howard Johnson Hotels. Printed. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #34)
      • Order form (undated) for reproductions of two photographs of LST #133 Beam View. National Archives and Records. Edited printed form. 1 item. 1 p.   (item #35)
Series 4 :
History of the 30th Division, 1944
  • Box 1
    • Folder e
      • History of 30th Division, 30th Division: Summary of Operations in the World War. A history of the 30th Division during World War I in France. Given to Lee A. Wallace in 1949. (Washington, DC: American Battle Monuments Commission, 1944) 1 item. 32 p. Note: Four pocket maps of 30th Division during World War I filed in oversized folders.   (item #1)
Series 5 :
Oversized 30th Division World War I Maps, 1938
  • Oversize Folder os1
    • 30th Division Canal Sector, July 16-August 18, 1918; Ypres - Lys Offensive, October 3-22, 1918. Belgium. Key Map Ypres - Lys Offensive, August 19 - November 11, 1918. (Washington, DC: American Battle Monument Commission, 1938) Scale 1:2000. Size (26 Inch x 28 Inch). Pocket Map. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Pocket map from American Battle Monuments Commission pamphlet (#757.1.e)   (item #1)
    • 30th Division Somme Offensive, September 23-October 2, 1918. France. Key Map: Somme Offensive August 8 - November 11, 1918. (Washington, DC: American Battle Monument Commission, 1938) Scale 1:2000. Size (32 Inch x 25.5 Inch). 1 item. 1 p. Note: Pocket map from American Battle Monuments Commission pamphlet (#757.1.e)   (item #2)
    • Somme Offensive, October 3-22 1918, Map No. 1. France; Inset Map: Key Map Somme Offensive August 8 - November 11, 1918. (Washington, DC: American Battle Monuments Commission, 1938) Scale 1:2000. Size: (43 7/8 inch x 37 inch). 1 item. 1 p. Note: Pocket map from American Battle Monuments Commission pamphlet (#757.1.e)   (item #3)
    • 30th Division Somme Offensive, October 3-22, 1918, Map No. 2. France. Key Map: Somme Offensive, August 8 - November 11, 1918. (Washington, DC: American Battle Monument Commission, 1938) Scale 1:2000. Size (28 inch x 27 3/4 inch). 1 item. 1 p. Note: Pocket map from American Battle Monuments Commission pamphlet (#757.1.e)   (item #4)

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