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On July 31, 1942 The War Department created the Transportation Corps. One of its functions
was to manage the movement of troops between training bases and the front and leave.
Writing on photograph: “They are the only group of girl sponsors of R.O.T.C. in America to wear full soldier dress uniforms. They hail from the Ogden, Utah, High School and are to be hostesses at the annual cadet hop taking place in February. Top row (L to R) Eleanor Stevens, Charlene Scowcroft, Maxine Fox, Beth Peck, Athlene Budge, and Shirley Halverson. Back row (L to R) Iras Leavitt, Nelda Allen, Perry Ward, Guinevere Hess, Marjorie Anderson and Alda Sailor. February 7, 1930.
This collection contains memorabilia from Sargent P.J. Smith’s service in World War Two as a Requisition Clerk for the 463rd Air Service Squadron, and his LDS mission in Great Britain.
Wanted posters for army deserters whose residences were listed as being in
Ogden, Utah, 1913. $50.00 reward for the arrest and delivery of Andrew J. Culley, Cornelius J.
Dean, Walter H. King, and Kasson C. Potter. Oversize manuscript drawer.