Select... "Accounting Classification". "Allotment Discontinuance-Notice Upon Discharge or Release from Active Duty
". "Army of the United States-Seperation Qualification Record". "Battle of Anzio Timeline". "Certificates, Affidavits, and Customs Declaration" for a Browning pistol. "Certificates, Affidavits, and Customs Declaration" with bedroll container "Certificates, Affidavits, and Customs Declaration" with footlocker container. "Conductor's Report of Army, Navy Or Marine Personnel Carried" from the Atlanta and West Point Rail Road Company. "eDescription" of Edwin D. Burwell Jr.'s film. "Immunization Register". "Major Edwin D Burwell, Jr. Timeline of Service in USA and Europe July 1944 toi October 1945 based on Army Records World War II". "Medical Clearance Certificate 14 November 1945". "Military Record and Report of Separation-Certificate of Service". "Officers' Pay, Allowance, and Mileage Voucher" for Edwin D. Burwell Jr. "Personnel Roster-For Seperation Center NO 29, Ft McPherson, GA". "Pre-Embarkation Health Certificate" 17 October 1945. "Pre-Embarkation Health Certificate" 30 October 1945. "Redstone Arsenal 1972 Unofficial Guide." Baggage List for Edwin D. Burwell Jr. Certificate referring to troop number RE 3416-29. Certificate stating all members of troop number RE 3416-29 have turned in their excess property. Certificate statings awareness of prohibition against live ammunition or explosives in United States. Certificate that captured items can remain in finder's possession. Certification that Burwell has no Government owned property in his possession. Collage of photographs of the 1108th Engineer Combat Group. Departure Schedule #293-D. Document listing "the joint Army-NASA contribution toward meeting the library needs of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." Document stating the train route, equipment, Train Commander, and GR Supervisor. Education and occupation information on Edwin D. Burwell. Edwin Burwell's Officer's Pay Data Card. Edwin D. Burwell's certificate of Statement of Service from May 1944. Edwin D. Burwell's certificate of Statement of Service. Excerpt from Col. Kingsley Andersson's journal. Government request for transportation for Edwin D. Burwell Jr. Letter from Jacob L. Devers to Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. List of separation centers for train travel. List of supervisors for train travel groups. Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. Army Identification Card. Procesing order to the group leader of Group RE 3416-26. Receipt for NDAGO Form No. 66-1. Roster of Alabama Polytechnic Institute student reservists called to World War II active duty. Sick Report for Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr.
Select... "This record of job assignments and special training recieved in the Army is furnished to the soldier when he leaves the service. In its prepara-tion, information is taken from available Army records and supplemented by personal interview. The information about civilian education and work experience is based on the individual's own statements. The veteran may present this document to former employers, prospective employers, representatives of schools or colleges, or use it in any other way that may prove beneficial to him." A typed list of Major Edwin D. Burwell's film descriptions. Alabama Polytechnic Institute is known today as Auburn University. The reservists listed were assigned to report to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia; Camp Blanding, Florida; Camp Shelby, Mississippi; and Fort McPherson, Georgia for basic training. Burwell is noted as travelling from LeHarve France to Fort McPherson, Georgia. Certification that personnel have been phsically inspected "and are free from acute communicable disease". Certification that the people in the "Hq 16th Reinforcement Depot, were physic-ally examined and found free from communicable disease." The captured items referred to are "1-J Fador 504". The card includes information on Burwell's monthly pay, additional pay, rental allowances, subsistence, dependents, allotments, and insurance. Instructions for vaccination records are attached to the card. The certificate states that Burwell served in the ORC from May 12, 1938 to September 26, 1941 and the EAD after this time. The collage is made up of various photographs from across Italy and Africa. The photographs depict warfare, awards, and group activities. The conductor's report notes 158 passengers in coach from Augusta to Atlanta. The document requests the Reading Company to provide transportation for Burwell and three other officers from Camp Kilmer, New Jersey to Fort McPherson, Georgia. The front of the card displays an image of Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr., as well as his name, designation, and signature. The back notes his height at five feet, eight and a half inches, weight as 140 pounds, hair color as brown, and eye color as blue. It also notes his daye of birth, 9 November 1916, and has his left and right index fingerprints. The word "INACTIVE" is hole-punched into the card. The immunization register shows dates Edwin D. Burwell Jr. recieved vaccines for smallpox, triple typhoid, tetanus, yellow fever, and others diseases. The letter thanks Burwell for his service in the Army during the war. The list provides the symbols of unit designation and the supervisors for particular groups and their destinations. The medical officer notes: "I certify that the above mentioned officer was sick while on leave and unfit to travel till 12-9-45". The order details the duties of the Group Leader during and after travel. The record contains Edwin D. Burwell Jr.'s personal information, military history, and insurance notice. The schedule states the train, station, baggage car, troop, mealtime, and number of box lunches for personnel. A note at the end states that the loading plan will be given out at the departure meeting on 15 November 1945. The suggested contributions include funding, journal subscriptions, and reference tools. The timeline describes events spanning from to 18 December 1943 to 4 June 1944. Events from 22 January 1944 to 14 February 1944 are highlighted. The Train Commander is 1st Lieutenant William P. Goodroe and the GR Supervisor is Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. These diary entries appear to be photographs of the Kingsley Andersson diaries held at the Hoover Institute, which were requested for view by Dudley Burwell. Discusses aspects of the writer's command and daily life from January to March of 1944 while in Italy. The diary mentions an Engineer named Burwell. This certificate declares that Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. has the right to retain his Arctic overshoes, barrack bag, and his other personal belongings through customs. This certificate declares that Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. has the right to retain his Browning pistol and his other personal belongings through customs. This certificate declares that Major Edwin D. Burwell Jr. has the right to retain his various clothing and his other personal belongings through customs. This document lists Burwell's military education, civilian education, and civilian occupations. This guide to Redstone Arsenal contains a history of the Arsenal, complete with pictures of "Army Missiles of the Past" and details about the Army Commands stationed there, as well as descriptions of the amenities, facilities, and social opportunities available on base and in the Huntsville area.
Select... Bonaldi, Henry C. Boone Publications, inc., Lubbock, Tex. Burr, Charles L. Burwell, Edwin D. III [Burwell, Edwin D., Jr.] Devers, Jacob L. (Jacob Loucks), 1887-1979 Gauler, Jerome M. Goldsmith, Jack Hollister, John F. Johnson, A. B. Kelly, Clifton M. Marr, Frank W. Orehek, Frank T. Plapp, Paul V. Russel Steele, F. E. United States. Army United States. War Department University of Alabama in Huntsville