|Sgt Harvey Burris, C Company 254th Infantry Regiment-1944
|At the 40th reunion of F Company, 253d Infantry
Regiment at Branson, MO, Max and Milly Holtsclaw were
honored posthumously when the framed certificate
shown above was presented to members of their family.
Sergeant Holtsclaw served in F Company, 253d Infantry
Regiment. Fifty one people were in attendance at the
reunion- 21 of them were from the Holtsclaw family.
|Corporal Albert J. Coughlin, B
Company 263d Engr Combat
Battalion. Date and place of photo
|1st Sgt (then S/Sgt) August J. Mazzarello,
C Company 253d Infantry Regiment.
Date of photo unknown, but it appears it
was taken prior to his assignment to the
63d Infantry Division
|A wedding photo, including 1st Sgt August J.
Mazzarello (far left- C Company 253d Infantry
Regiment), his Uncle to the immediate left of
him- Fred Mazzarello and to the far right in the
photo is Pfc Richard Mazzarello, 44th Infantry
| Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo, G Company 255th Infantry Regiment
|Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo, G Company, 255th Infantry Regiment
|L-R: ????? and Pfc Silvio C. Ezzillo, G
Company 255th Infantry Regiment
|Sgt Harvey Burris, C Company 254th Infantry Regiment, sits
beside a German 88 like the one that wounded him at Hill 216,
near Sigolsheim, France 24 January 1945. He was age 60 at
time of this photo
|Sgt Harvey Burris, C Company 254th Infantry
Regiment while on leave with his Mother in 1944
|Sgt Stephen Adamcio, I Company 253d Infantry Regiment,
Camp Van Dorn, MS
|Unidentified soldiers, probably from the 718th Field Artillery Battalion, Camp Van Dorn MS-1944
|Far right, seated- T/5 Glenn F. Taylor, Headquarters Battery,
718th Field Artillery Battalion on board ship headed back to the
US- 1946. Others in the photo are not identified.