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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
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Soldiers of the 366th Infantry Regiment At Rest In Italy
Document compiled by James Pratt containing photos of gravestones and images of soldiers. Identifying numbers correspond to numbers indicated on copies of photographs included in the collection.

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Pictorial History 366th Infantry United States Army, Fort Devens, Massachusetts
Reproduction of the 1941 original.

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Company I 366th Infantry by Harold E. Russell, Jr.
Memoir published by Rosedog Books.

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No Way Out by Rothacker Smith
The War Story of a WWII Black Buffalo Soldier

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La Battaglia di Sommocolonia by Dario Giannini and Vittorio Lino Biondi
Includes English translation by Anne Leslie Saunders, Sommocolonia before World War II and The Battle of Sommocolonia.

   
Reproductions of Original Large Format Photographs [series]:
Originals remain in the possession of the collector.

   
Officers of the 366th Infantry, Fort Devens, Massachusetts
Original from Thurston Jamison.

   
Company B 366th Infantry, Fort Devens Massachusetts
CRobert W. Hainsworth, commanding. Original from Thurston Jamison.

   
Company I 366th Infantry, Fort Devens Massachusetts
Captain Emerson J. Pierce, commanding. Original from Harold Russell.

   
Company D 366th Infantry, Fort Devens Massachusetts
Captain Frederick O. Petite, commanding. Original from Charles Pratt.

   
First Service Command Tactical School Class 27, Publick House, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Original from Charles Pratt. Also a 2nd copy with individuals numbered for identification.

   
First Service Command Tactical School Class 28, Publick House, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Original from Charles Pratt. Also a 2nd copy with individuals numbered for identification.

   
Company D 366th Infantry, Fort A. P. Hill
Original from Thurston Jamison.

   
Cannon Company 366th Infantry, Fort A. P. Hill, Virginia
Original from Frank Cloud.

 
Digital Material [series]:
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The Dangerous Missions Collection (1208-1211)
Includes a segment on the 366th.

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Buffalo Soldiers, WWII Home Movies (1212)
By VFA. Home movies of the 366th Infantry Regiment shot at Fort Devens from 1943-1944. CDV title incorrectly refers to them as Buffalo Soldiers.

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Presentation on the 366th by James Pratt at the Fort Devens Historical Society (1213)
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366th Infantry Regiment Various Photos (1214)
High quality scans of photographs, some used in the creation of the reproductions within the collection.

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Interview with Harold E. Russell Jr. (1215)
Also includes digital photographs.

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Presentation on the 366th by James Pratt at the Publick House, Sturbridge, Massachusetts (1216)
At War in New England, the 366th Infantry Regiment in WWII.

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Presentation on the 366th by James Pratt in North Yarmouth Maine (1217)
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Interview with Harold Smith a member of the 92nd Infantry who served in Italy in World War II. (1220)
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Digitized copies of the movie films from Karen Jamison, including Fort Devens and footage from Japan. (1222-1225)
 
8mm Movie Films [series]:
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Fort Devens, Koko, Ashtrid, Maine, Fort Dix? (1076)
Jamison reel 1. Digitized on DVD-1222

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Fort Devens, Mac, ?, Davies, S, Club etc., Pet ? (1077)
Jamison reel 2 Digitized on DVD-1222

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Colonel Jim Robinson at ? (1078)
Jamison reel 8. Digitized on DVD-1222

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Fort Devens, Training B Company (1079)
Jamison reel 13 Digitized on DVD-1223