SUMMERALL, CHARLES PELOT, 1867-1955

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CP 10 <BR />
CP 10 <BR />
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'''Correspondence, 1918-1919.''' <BR />
'''Correspondence, 1918-1919.''' <BR />
23 letters. <BR />
23 letters. <BR />
From Brig. Gen. C.P. Summerall to his son, Master C.P. Summerall. <BR />
From Brig. Gen. C.P. Summerall to his son, Master C.P. Summerall. <BR />
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'''Correspondence, 1889-1891.''' <BR />
'''Correspondence, 1889-1891.''' <BR />
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'''Speeches and newspaper clippings''' <BR />
'''Speeches and newspaper clippings''' <BR />
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CP 10 Box 21 <BR />
CP 10 Box 21 <BR />
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CP 10 Box 22 <BR />
CP 10 Box 22 <BR />
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'''Letter'''. <BR />
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1 item. <BR />
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Army officer, president of The Citadel 1931-1953. <BR />
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Letter from Gen. Summerall to Lt. Samuel H. Morrow praising the latter for his courage and professionalism. <BR />
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Photocopy. Original in possession of Mike Morrow.
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AF Summerall (A1999.12)
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'''Booklet'''. <BR />
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Two accounts of the Citizens' Military Training Camps 1921-1928 and 1921-1929. For description of the program, see Image Management. Foreward by U.S. President Herbert Hoover. <BR />
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Major General Charles P. Summerall, Army Chief of Staff is pictured on page 11. (This was prior to his presidency at The Citadel).
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AF Citizens' Military Training Camp
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'''General Orders 157, 1956 June 8'''. <BR />
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Fort Riley, Kansas. <BR />
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Decorative General Orders honoring Gen. Summerall with building named in his honor at Fort Riley, Kansas. <BR />
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Size: 18" X 24"
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AFFC A1989.36
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'''SEE ALSO:'''  
'''SEE ALSO:'''  
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*[[AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES]]
*[[AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES]]
*[[BEACH HOUSE]]
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*[[DEWEES, ALEXANDER DRAPER, 1893-1978]]
*[[EATON, RICHARD]]
*[[EATON, RICHARD]]
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*[[ERVIN, MARGARET]]
*[[FEATHERSTONE, JOHN D., 1894-1975]]
*[[FEATHERSTONE, JOHN D., 1894-1975]]
*[[FIRST DIVISION, UNITED STATES ARMY]]
*[[FIRST DIVISION, UNITED STATES ARMY]]
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*[[WESTMORELAND, J. RIPLEY, 1876-1964]]
*[[WESTMORELAND, J. RIPLEY, 1876-1964]]
*[[WILES, AMERICUS GEORGE DAVID, 1906-1982]]
*[[WILES, AMERICUS GEORGE DAVID, 1906-1982]]
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Revision as of 17:12, 20 December 2011

Papers, 1931-1953.
6.5 linear ft. (16 boxes).
Army officer, president of The Citadel 1931-1953.
Correspondence 1931-1953 arranged by subject concerning The Citadel; duplicate material from the Library of Congress relating to Summerall's Army career l917-1933; an historical sketch of the First Division American Expeditionary Forces.

CP 10


Correspondence, 1918-1919.
23 letters.
From Brig. Gen. C.P. Summerall to his son, Master C.P. Summerall.


Correspondence, 1889-1891.
2 letters.
From the U.S. Military Academy, West Point to Mr. Elhaman B. Summerall. Class and conduct reports.

Speeches and newspaper clippings


CP 10 Box 21

Scrapbooks
4 scrapbooks containing photos, awards, and other items from the life of Gen. Summerall.

CP 10 Box 22


Letter.
1 item.
Army officer, president of The Citadel 1931-1953.
Letter from Gen. Summerall to Lt. Samuel H. Morrow praising the latter for his courage and professionalism.
Photocopy. Original in possession of Mike Morrow.

AF Summerall (A1999.12)


Booklet.
Two accounts of the Citizens' Military Training Camps 1921-1928 and 1921-1929. For description of the program, see Image Management. Foreward by U.S. President Herbert Hoover.
Major General Charles P. Summerall, Army Chief of Staff is pictured on page 11. (This was prior to his presidency at The Citadel).

AF Citizens' Military Training Camp


General Orders 157, 1956 June 8.
Fort Riley, Kansas.
Decorative General Orders honoring Gen. Summerall with building named in his honor at Fort Riley, Kansas.
Size: 18" X 24"

AFFC A1989.36


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