Paul A. Putnam Papers: military records, 1931-1940

Paul A. Putnam Papers: military records, 1931-1940
Folder containing the military records for Brigadier General Paul A. Putnam of the United States Marine Corp from 1931 to 1940. Records of particular note include commendations for his service in Nicaragua fighting bandits for which he was awarded several medals and a request for Putnam to survey the motion picture industry in Los Angeles, California to determine the usefulness of animated films in the training of pilots.
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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