Military correspondence, certificates, discharges, photograph, and miscellaneous United States Armed Forces papers pertaining to Ogden, Utah natives, Charles B. and Earl M. Stone. Most of these documents pertain to World War II service. Included is a commendation for Charles Stone�s military duty, signed by President Harry S. Truman.; This collection is arrranged by subject group.; Four Items; War Department, Ogden Air Depot memorandum to Earl M. Stone requesting identification information, March 3, 1942.; Ogden Air Depot recommendation from F.J. Butagnole for Earl M. Stone, December 3, 1942.; Ogden Air Depot recommendation from Ralph O. Norgard for Earl M. Stone, December 5, 1942.; Letter from Aviation Cadet Examination Board, Salt Lake City, Utah requesting Earl M. Stone take the Cadet Mental Qualifying Examination. Dated December 9, 1942.; Three Items; Order To Report For Induction for Earl Mack Stone, Ogden, Utah, December 22, 1942.; Order To Report For Induction for Earl Mack Stone, Ogden, Utah, May 18, 1943.; Selective Service System letter to Earl Mack Stone, canceling order to Report For Induction because of deferment, May 21, 1943.; Four Items; Army of the United States Separation Qualification Record for Earl M. Stone, n.d.; Photograph of Earl Mack Stone in military attire. Black and white. 5 x 7.; Birth Certificate for Earl M. Stone.; Honorable Discharge from the Army of the United States for Earl Mack Stone, February 25, 1946.; Two Items; Security Acknowledgement for Earl Mack Stone, Hill Air Force Base, May 16, 1957.; Designation of Civilian Positions as Sensitive for Earl M. Stone, September 7, 1967.; One Item; Army of the United States Separation Qualification Record for Charles B. Stone, n.d.; One Item; Letter of commendation for military service for Charles B. Stone from Utah Governor, Herbert B. Maw, May 14, 1946.; One Item; Woodmen of the World Certificate of Merit and Military Service for Charles B. Stone, May 17, 1946.; One Item; Commendation for military service for Charles B. Stone. Signed by President Harry S. Truman, n.d.
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