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San Mateo Says "Welcome Home" ot the Eagles of Company A
U.S. Army
Date Created and/or Issued
1972 March
Publication Information
San Mateo Public Library
Contributing Institution
San Mateo Public Library
San Mateo Local History Collection
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2 page article in Army Magazine, March 1972. San Mateo's Adopted Sons Come Home. Pictures by Sp. 5 Michael F. Laley, U.S. Army Special Photo Detachment, Pacific. Photos: Company A Passes in Review; "Some eager Eagles check into a local hotel; the smiles of San Mateo's prettiest welcoming committee say better than the sign above how the city feels about its "adopted sons".
2 page article; text and photos; 21.2 x 27.9 cm each page
Parades & processions
Military personnel
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
101st Airborne Division
U.S. Army
Patterson, Linda (Giese)
Chanteloup, Noe J
Artavia, Joe
Hope, Bob
Ziska, Richard
Wright, John M., Jr
Maguire, Patrick
Laley, Michael F
San Mateo (Calif.))

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