Dawes County Barracks #2296 Charter

Title

Dawes County Barracks #2296 Charter

Subject

World War II

Description

This is a Charter for the formation of the Dawes County Barracks #2296 for Veterans of World War One. It was signed into effect on the Ninth of September, 1960. It consists of 44 names ranging from Andrus to Williams. A list of the names to include: Jassell Andrus, John Banks, H.M. Carmean, James P. Crowe, Louis F. Danien, Ivan S. Hartman, Henry J. Hetrick, Joseph L. Lecher, Ferd M. Merritt, Harry F. Meyer, William E. Nolte, Walter A. Sanson, John Fautkus, William E. Furecheck, James M. Waltman, Lowell E. Walters, Earl Wolvington, barney Lecher, Frank Waltman, Forest W. Barnes, Pete Wilson, Authur P. Marchant, Maurice H. Sullivan, Lee W. Brown, Joseph J. Zeaman, Autto Williams, John D. Hurley, Fred W. Zanger, King Carpenter, Charles W. Baragar, Earl M. hayes, Chas. W. Shackleton, Lewis M. Smith, Otha E. Smett, Cecil E. White, Frank G. Horn, Wm. A. Porath, Roy J. Willis, Lloyd A. Bery, George W. Cottrell, Frank D. Cooley, Fred H. Cadwallader, Glen B. Ewen, Martin P. Peters.

Source

Dawes County Historical Society Museum, Chadron State College History Harvest, 2014

Date

1940-09-1960

Rights

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Format

document

Type

image

Coverage

North America

Original Format

barracks charter

Files

hh_Chadron_02_23_2014.jpg

Citation

“Dawes County Barracks #2296 Charter,” History Harvest, accessed April 17, 2024, https://historyharvest.unl.edu/items/show/550.

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