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Reply Kay (Peterson) Ostermann
11:38 AM on July 20, 2017 
I have posted photos of the 104th HDQT Finance Unit on the Oosvogel's site.
Page 24.
NAMES are listed. Started out at Adair.
Reply Annie Schaefer
5:20 PM on June 2, 2017 
There is a new website for St. Paul Catholic Church in Silverton. It is:

www.stpaulsilverton.com
Reply gary richards
10:17 PM on November 29, 2016 
Richard, come on over to Facebook and look for "I remember Camp Adair" https://www.facebook.com/groups/540720499411751/ We may be able to find someone that knows about your uncle's unit
Reply Richard Dunn
7:44 PM on November 29, 2016 
My uncle, Archie Dunn, was in Company E, 275th Infantry.
Reply Richard Dunn
7:41 PM on November 29, 2016 
I'm reading all the letters my uncle, Archie Dunn, wrote home from Camp Adair during 1943-44. Very interesting stuff and so thankful my grandparents saved them.
Reply Valsetzpegleg
3:56 PM on September 11, 2016 
Kathy says...
Looking for decedents of GUY W. Beane. I found a old war scrape book while he was in Germany Looks to belong to his girl friend or wife. Would like to see it returned to his decedents. 9-2016
Go to Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/groups/540720499411751/permalink/6640405
97079740/?comment_id=664406987043101¬if_t=group_comment¬if_
id=1473555769930825 or just search Facebook for "I remember Camp Adair". It is a group that I started. I have posted your search there, and it has been shared with others. There is so far one response. You can message them directly. Also join the group and watch for any further responses. Good luck!
Reply Kathy
4:16 PM on September 10, 2016 
Looking for decedents of GUY W. Beane. I found a old war scrape book while he was in Germany Looks to belong to his girl friend or wife. Would like to see it returned to his decedents. 9-2016
Reply Valsetzpegleg
1:53 PM on April 24, 2015 
Wayne Deane says...
St. Patrick's church in Independence has the beams and wood from the one of the chapels at Camp Adair. You may already know that.

That I have not heard of. Can this be verified? If the beams you talk about are the glu-lam roof trusses, I can recognize them
Reply Wayne Deane
11:23 AM on April 24, 2015 
St. Patrick's church in Independence has the beams and wood from the one of the chapels at Camp Adair. You may already know that.
Reply Valsetzpegleg
11:20 AM on November 7, 2014 
Hi Kathy, glad to hear from you. On the "Links" page are links to both of those divisions. A good source for WWII books is http://www.hamiltonbook.com/online_catalogs Look for the Military History catalog. I have one of their books called "Finding your father's war" by jonathan gawne. It helps you identify his units, and has leads to other sources. Good luck in your search! I'd like to hear about your success in this.