Will McMasters papers
The collection consists of photographs, booklets, and maps related to Will McMasters, a captain in the 56th Armored Engineers Battalion of the U.S. Army during World War II. Photographs are of McMasters and fellow soldiers in the field during World War II, mostly working on pontoon bridge construction. Also included are nine Holocaust atrocity photographs from Mauthausen concentration camp, in Austria.
- 1942-1945, 2007
- McMasters, Will (Person)
Language of Material
Materials in English
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Will McMasters was a captain in B Company, 56th Armored Engineers Battalion, 11th Armored Division, of the U.S. Army during World War II. McMasters was part of a group present on May 6, 1945, the day Mauthausen concentration camp was liberated.
0.1 linear feet (2 folders, 1 oversize folder)
The collection consists of photographs, booklets, and maps related to Will McMasters, a captain in the 56th Armored Engineers Battalion of the U.S. Army during World War II. Included are nine Holocaust atrocity photographs from Mauthausen concentration camp, in Austria.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials donated in 2007 by Will McMasters.
Processed by Rebecca McClure, February 2012.
- Inventory of the Will McMasters Papers, 1942-1945, 2007
- Processed by: Rebecca McClure; machine-readable finding aid created by: Rebecca McClure
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