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[1943-1944] Seven men with three mules, Camp Hale, Colorado


1 серия (январь-февраль 1945 г.)
2 серия (март 1945 г.)
3 серия (апрель-май 1945 г.)
4 серия (1945 г.)
5 серия (1945 г.)
6 серия (1945 г., лето 1945 г.)
7 серия, тренировочная (1941-1944 гг.)
8 серия (1945 г., Kodachrome)
9 серия (1941-1942 гг., Kodachrome)
10 серия (1943 г., Kodachrome)


(490) [1943 or 1944] Three 10th men at the door of the 110th Signal Corps Company Barracks, Camp Hale
Three Members of the Tenth Mountain Division, 110th Signal Corps Company, stand outside the door of their barracks at Camp Hale, Colorado. The man on the far right is the photographer (William A. "Bill" Southworth). All are in uniform and one is carrying skis and poles.


(491) [1943 or 1944] Earl Clark
Earl Clark, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 1st Battalion 87th Headquarters Regiment, poses with a pair of skis at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. Other soldiers and trucks are nearby.


(492) [1943 or 1944] Pete Seibert
Pete Seibert, a member of the 10th Mountain Division 86th Regiment Company F, poses outdoors during training at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. He wears a jacket, cap, and sunglasses.


(493) [1943, 1944] Toboggan
A boat tow is used at Aspen, Colorado, to transport skiers to the top of the slope. The photographer, William A. "Bill" Southworth, turns his head toward the camera. He is wearing his Tenth Mountain Division skiing uniform and sunglasses. A group of young men and boys are in the boat tow.


(494) [1943,1944] William A. "Bill" Southworth at the Continental Divide, Loveland Pass, Colorado
Tenth Mountain Division soldier, William A. "Bill" Southworth poses for a portrait at the Continental Divide. He is wearing a khaki uniform with a white belt, which was not army issue. The signs at the side of the highway identify the place: the first is Colorado, U.S. Highway 6. Denver 62 miles east, Dillon 15 miles west. A larger sign reads Continental Divide, Loveland Pass, elevation 11,992 feet above sea-level; Atlantic Ocean watershead to the east, Pacific Ocean ; watershead to the west; Clear Creek County to the east, Summit County to the west.


(495) 1943 or 1944. Charley Bradley ski jumping, Aspen, Colorado
Charles C. Bradley of the U. S. Army Tenth Mountain Division during a ski jump Aspen, Colorado. A wooden building, possibly a watch tower, is visible in the background. Bradley is wearing his ski uniform including his cap.


(496) 1943, 1944. Richard Fogarty poses beside two "weasels"
Richard Foggarty of the Tenth Mountain Division poses beside two "weasels", [a snow vehicle designed by Studebaker] without canvas covers, near the S4 warehouse and 86th Regiment Headquarters at Camp Hale, Colorado. He is wearing a cap, a pullover sweater, khaki pants and boots.


(497) [1943-1944] Barracks
View of barracks at Camp Hale, Colorado, which was the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944.


(498) [1943-1944] Climbing School -- chow
Approximately twenty Tenth Mountain Division soldiers line up for chow during a climbing school. The food is being served from a tent in a clearing inside a pine forest.


(499) [1943-1944] Formation Parade, Camp Hale, Colorado
Shows a large formation parade in the center of a field at Camp Hale, Colorado. A color guard marches with flags while Tenth Mountain Division soldiers stand in large ranks behind them. The barracks are on the left side of the image and a stable on the right. The aspen trees on the hill behind the men are just beginning to grow leaves. A snowplow is parked near a pole close to the camera.


(500) [1943-1944] Hale
View of the Pando Valley towards Camp Hale, Colorado, which was the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944.


(501) [1943-1944] Mule school
Thirteen Tenth Mountain Division soldiers learn how to pack a mule to transport army gear during "mule school" at Camp Hale, Colorado. The image provides a clear view of the mule's harness and pack saddle. The men are wearing blue denim shirts and green pants; some are wearing green jackets; one is wearing high leather boots. The mule barn is in the background.


(502) [1943-1944] Our climbing outfits, just plain GI
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier poses as he climbs a large rock formation. He has a coil of rope at his hip that hangs down out of the picture frame. He is wearing a helmet, a khaki field jacket and pants, and boots with gaiters.


(503) [1943-1944] Rock climber
View taken from above of a Tenth Mountain Division soldier rock climbing at Camp Hale, Colorado. He is wearing a helmet and khaki uniform.


(504) [1943-1944] Hale
View of barracks at Camp Hale, Colorado, which was the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944. Beyond the barracks is a view of the rifle range.


(505) [1943-1944] Three soldiers at Camp Hale, Colorado
Three unidentified Tenth Mountain Division soldiers pose for a photograph at Camp Hale, Colorado. They are dressed for winter training. All are wearing caps, sunglasses, sweaters, and wool pants. All have knapsacks and are carrying rifles. Snow covers the ground.


(506) [1943-1944] View of Camp Hale
View of Camp Hale, Colorado, which was the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944.


(507) [1943-1944] Troops marching in formation, Camp Hale, Colorado
Tenth Mountain Division soldiers march in formation down a street at Camp Hale, Colorado. They are carrying black regimental flags. Three barracks are in the background.


(508) [1943-1944] Wooden bridge, Camp Hale, Colorado
View of skitroopers testing an experimental wooden bridge built by the Tenth Mountain Division, Engineering Battalion at Camp Hale Colorado. A line of men are crossing the bridge and more troops wait below. Snow covers the ground.


(509) [1943-1944] Winter training
A group of approximately nine Tenth Mountain Division soldiers on a winter training march at Camp Hale, Colorado. All are carrying rifles and wearing caps and parkas. Snow is on the ground.


(510) [1943-1944] View of Camp Hale, Colorado
Camp Hale, Colorado, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944.


(511) [1943-1944] Setting up camp, Colorado
A large group of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers set up small tents in the middle of a grassy field in the mountains in Colorado during training.


(512) [1943-1944] Soldiers wearing "whites" during training at Cooper Hill, Camp Hale, Colorado
Six Tenth Mountain Division soldiers pose for a group photo in the snow during training on Cooper Hill in Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. They wear white anoraks, khaki pants and red armbands to mark their team during war games. Bobby Lathrop stands second from the right in the top row, Gerald Lundby wears snowshoes.


(513) [1943-1944] Rifle Range and Chicago Ridge
View of the Rifle Range and Chicago Ridge at Camp Hale in the Pando Valley. Camp Hale was the mountain training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division from 1943-1944.


(514) [1943-1944] Soldier in a snow trench with sleeping bag
View of a sunburned Tenth Mountain Division soldier posing for a photograph in a snow trench with his sleeping bag in front of him. It is placed on top of pine boughs. Taken near Camp Hale, Colorado.


(515) [1943-1944] Bridge over Eagle Creek, Camp Hale, Colorado
View of a wooden bridge over Eagle Creek. The barracks at Camp Hale are on the left, beside a wide dirt road, poles for electricity or telephone wires follow both the road and the creek. In the distance on the right side of the creek are various storage buildings. Snow covers the tops of the surrounding hills.


(516) [1943-1944] Card game
Eight Tenth Mountain Division soldiers sit on the ground playing a card game. All are wearing khaki uniforms and caps.


(517) [1943-1944] Chapel at Camp Hale, Colorado
View of a chapel at Camp Hale, Colorado, training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division, showing the chapel at the right, telephone poles, a road and barracks in the background.


(518) [1943-1944] Corner of A and 18th streets, Camp Hale, Colorado
View taken from the corner of A and 18th streets, Camp Hale, Colorado, showing the streets signs, barracks and a jeep. The aspen trees on the surrounding hills have spring leaves.


(519) [1943-1944] David B. Allen in "whites"
Portrait of David B. Allen in his "whites" or winter uniform posed in the same postion as the "Ski Trooper" cover of the Saturday Evening Post. He is crouching close to the ground and carrying a knapsack with a white cover, a rifle and is holding his skis and poles crossed in front of him. Snow covers the ground and Camp Hale barracks are in the background.


(520) [1943-1944] David B. Allen
Portrait of the photographer in front of the door to a barracks. He is wearing a cap and a field jacket and is standing in such a manner that the Tenth Mountain Division insignia, "the mountain patch" on his sleeve faces the camera.


(521) [1943-1944] Eleven skiers in "whites" ascending a slope
Eleven Tenth Mountain Division soldiers wearing white camouflage uniforms or "whites" and brown knapsacks ascend a mountain slope during training, near Camp Hale, Colorado. Taken from a distance the photograph gives an indication of the the effectiveness of the camouflage.


(522) [1943-1944] Five skitroopers outside of the Jerome Hotel, Aspen, Colorado
Five Tenth Mountain Division Skitroopers in uniform stand outside a small store at the Jerome Hotel in Aspen, Colorado. Anthony Dillon, far left, holds skis. Man on far right is identified as photographer Bill Southworth.


(523) [1943-1944] Formation parade, Camp Hale
View taken from above looking down at Camp Hale, showing 10 columns of men in formation and an honor guard. Probably this parade included the most of the members of the Tenth Mountain Division then in training. Vistors and their cars are parked on the farside of the field to view the formation parade. The photograph also provides a good view of the barracks and what appears to be the mule barns.


(524) [1943-1944] Four "Mountaineers" hiking through the golden aspens
Four Tenth Mountain Division soldiers, also known as "Mountaineers" walk down a trail lined with golden aspen trees; they wear knapsacks and khaki uniforms.


(525) [1943-1944] Group portrait of sixteen skitroopers, Colorado
Group portrait of sixteen Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers posed in a line on skis in the Colorado mountains. None identified.


(526) [1943-1944] Lieutenant Elvin Johnson
Portrait of Lieutenant Elvin Johnson of the Tenth Mountain Division at the top of a mountain. He poses smiling at the camera, holding up his mountain pick while sitting on a large block of white stone or snow. He is wearing a cap, a khaki uniform, and pitons hanging from his belt.


(527) [1943-1944] Mountaineering above camp
A Tenth Mountain Division Solder uses a rope to climb a rocky cliff. He is wearing a helmet and field jacket. An orderly camp is visible in the valley below.


(528) [1943-1944] Mountaineering training
Four Tenth Mountain Division soldiers practice rock climbing skills, including hoisting bundles with ropes. In the foreground, a soldier holds one end of a rope and a bundle is suspended above his head. Behind him, another soldier is holding a rope; farther back, another is rock climbing. Mountain and valley below in background.


(529) [1943-1944] Mule, the hay fed, water cooled, good for nothing
View of a Tenth Mountain Division mule tethered in an aspen grove, wearing a saddle.


(530) [1943-1944] On the way
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier practices ski jumping, which was officially forbidden, on a ski slope near Camp Hale.


(531) [1943-1944] Rockclimbers, Pando, Colorado
Group portrait of eight Tenth Mountain Division soldiers at the base of a rock formation near Camp Hale, [or Pando] Colorado. All are wearing khaki shirts and pants, seven are wearing helmets, four have coils of ropes, at least two are wearing gaiters. Two men are identified: back row, fourth from left: Raffi Bedayn, and fifth, Anthony Cerami. Others include Leduc, Iberson, and Frenchy (Frost).


(532) [1943-1944] Sandy White
Portrait of Sandy White, Tenth Mountain Division soldier from California, smoking a cigar and wearing a cap and "whites" the winter camouflage uniform. Behind him another soldier, wearing the same uniform and sunglasses, clowns for the camera and makes a handsignal by putting his thumb and index fingers in the form of a circle and raising the other three fingers.


(533) [1943-1944] Silhouette of soldier with rifle
Silhouette of a Tenth Mountain Division soldier in helmet and rifle with a sunset or sunrise in the background.


(534) [1943-1944] Olie and myself atop Homestake
Two Tenth Mountain Division Skiers, Olie on the left and the photographer on the right pose, at the monument marking the crest of Mount Homestake. Both are on skis, although many rocks are visible through the snow. Both are wearing dark brown anoraks with hoods with fur lining. Olie is carrying a rifle. The photographer is standing in such a way that he appears to be levitating above the ground.


(535) [1943-1944] Seven men with three mules, Camp Hale, Colorado
Seven Tenth Mountain Division soldiers pose for a photograph at Camp Hale, Colorado. All are in uniform and carrying knapsacks. The two men on the left are carrying rifles and the second from the left is wearing a cap, not a helmet like the other men. The three mules wear pack saddles. In the background are camp buildings and a solitary soldier is walking down the road away from the camera.


(536) [1943-1944] Skiers moving upslope
Shows a group of Tenth Mountain Division soldiers on skis moving uphill over a snowy path. They are wearing khaki pants and anoraks and caps and carrying rifles. The sourrounding pine trees are covered with snow.


(537) [1943-1944] Skitrooper in woods, Colorado
Tenth Mountain Division skitrooper cross-country skiing through pines trees, Colorado.


(538) [1943-1944] Skitrooper skiing
Tenth Mountain Division skitrooper skiing, with snowy mountains in the distance. He is wearing the woollen ski uniform and sunglasses.


(539) [1943-1944] Soldier with mule
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier with closely cropped hair poses holding a mule's bridle tightly to bring its head close to his face. He is wearing a kakhi anorak. Behind him is a wooden building and a hill at Camp Hale Colorado. The ground behind him is paritally covered with snow.


(540) [1943-1944] Soldiers with mules in Camp Hale
A Tenth Mountain Division soldier stands holding a mule at Camp Hale, Colorado. The mule is wearing a pack saddle, with two cases on top that are secured with rope. The soldier holding the mule is also wearing a knapsack with a waterbottle and helmet attached to it. Behind him is another soldier wearing a helmet and knapsack. Beside him is another mule. Both soldiers are wearing khaki shirts and pants and boots with gaiters. Rows of barracks fill the background into the ; distance.


(541). Charles C. Bradley
Portrait of the photographer, taken with his camera, while in the 10th Mountain Division, Mountain Training Group. He is wearing a cap and a white anorak and has a small mustache.


(542) [1943-1944] Three skitroopers at Camp Hale
Three Tenth Mountain Division soldiers pose in their "whites" or winter uniforms. All are wearing helmets and two are carrying skis and poles. Taken at Camp Hale, Colorado.


(543) [1943-1944] Train passing through the Pando Valley above Camp Hale
A train passes through the Pando Valley above Camp Hale, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division. Thick smoke marks the location of the train. The aspen trees on the hill have spring leaves. Two soldiers in khaki walk down a street past barracks.


(544) [1943-1944] Tipped over weasel, and passing skiers
A weasel, a special snow vehicle, is tipped over onto its side on a snowbank along the side of a road. A Tenth Mountain Division soldier surveys the situation. Two ski by on the road while others ski past on an elevated path above the snowbank.


(545) [1943-1944] Training hike
Three Tenth Mountain Division soldiers hike through the woods in Colorado during training. They are wearing helmets, khaki uniforms, and knapsacks and carrying rifles. The two closest to the camera are walking across a log above a stream.


(546) [1943-1944] Two skitroopers in "whites" at Cooper Hill, Camp Hale, Colorado
Two Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers on skis coming out of the snowy woods. The man on the left is wearing a red armband, which marks his team during war games. Taken during training at Cooper Hill.


(547) [1943-1944] Two men pushing a car out of the snow
Photograph taken from above. Two young men push a car out of the snow. Probably they are Tenth Mountain Disivision soldiers on a weekend pass.


(548) [1943-1944] Two soldiers near a snowbank
Two Tenth Mountain Division Soldiers stand near a snow bank, at their feet is a piece of equipment that could possibly be the Kennedy mortar sight, which was developed by a soldier at Camp Hale. Both men are wearing white pants and khaki shirts. The soldier on the left is smoking and has his hand on a pistol at his waist. The other is wearing sun glasses and snowshoes.


(549) [1943-1944] Two skitroopers on the slopes
Two Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers, Red Fallon and Mel Sutton, pose on a slope near Camp Hale, Colorado. They are wearing white camouflage uniforms with fur lined hoods and are carrying rifles. Another soldier is visible in the distance and in the far distance are mountains covered with snow.


(550) [1943-1944] Training hike
Tenth Mountain Division men taken during a training hike in Colorado. They are wearing caps, khaki pants and shirts and carrying knapsacks. Most of the men are pictured standing in a field amid pine trees while a man in the foreground stands on a rock looking down towards them.


(551) [1943-1944] Two sunburnt skitroopers
Portrait of two sunburned Tenth Mountain Division skitroopers wearing white anoraks with fur lined hoods.


(552) [1943-1944] View of barracks, Camp Hale, Colorado
View of barracks at Camp Hale, Colorado, where the Tenth Mountain Division trained. The sun shines on the white barracks, and a small pine- covered hill rises above them.


(553) [1943-1944] View of Camp Hale in the Pando Valley, Colorado
View of Camp Hale in the Pando Valley, Colorado. It was the mountain training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division, 1943-1944. In the foreground the nearby hills are covered with aspen and pine trees, the aspens are leafless. In the background the highest peaks of the nearby mountains are covered with snow.


(554) [1943-1944] View of Camp Hale, Colorado
View of Camp Hale, Colorado, the training center of the Tenth Mountain Division, taken from the surrounding hills. Snow covers the tops of the mountains, rocks in the foreground an areas in the camp.


(555) [1943-1944] View of Cooper Hill, Colorado
View of four buildings on Cooper Hill, the primary ski training area for the Tenth Mountain Division, which was located above Camp Hale. Taken when there was no snow near the buildings nor much on the mountains in the distance.


(556) [1943-1944] Weekend pass
Five Tenth Mountain Division soldiers look toward the camera seated inside a convertible car at Carl Tack's gas station. Bill Southworth, the photographer, is seated farthest from the camera, in the car behind the driver. In the background, the gas pump, office, and part of a tow truck are visible.


(557) [1943-1944] Warming fire
A group of nine Tenth Mountain Division soldiers cluster around a fire made of thick wooden logs in the woods. The ground is covered with snow. All are wearing caps, light jackets, pants and boots. One soldier is holding a metal pan. Skis and poles are leaning on two of the trees.


(558) [1943-1944] William A. "Bill" Southworth at campsite
William A. "Bill" Southworth stands out side a tent beside a long row of tents at a campground during training. He is wearing a helmet, shirt with the sleeves rolled up, a knapsack, pants and boots and is looking into the distance. Behind him another Tenth Mountain Division soldier is packing his knapsack at a tent.


(559) [1943-1944] View of heavy equipment at Camp Hale
View of heavy equiment, tractors, and "weasels" parked at Camp Hale, Colorado, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division.


(560) [1943-1944] Winter march
Six Tenth Mountain Division soldiers taken during a winter march on a snow-packed road. Members of the group are carrying snowshoes, one is carrying a small handcase and another is wearing sunglasses. Two other soldiers are walking away from the camera. The one closest to the camera is carrying snowshoes on his back. All of them are wearing caps, khaki anoraks, dark pants and boots. The mountains in the distance are covered with snow.


(561) [1943-1944] Bar interior
Interior view of a saloon, probably in a Colorado mountain town. One Tenth Mountain Division soldier looks toward the camera as he sits at the corner of an ornate mirrored wooden bar with a neon sign and a row of bottles against the back of it. The other patrons include a man in suspenders and two women wearing scarves over their hair.


(562) [1943-1944] William A. Southworth in camouflaged helmet
Portrait of William A. Southworth of the Tenth Mountain Division, 110th Signal Corps Company, wearing a helmet camouflaged with pine needles and a khaki shirt.


(563) [1943-1944] Drilling F Company, 86th Regiment
Members of the Tenth Mountain Division's 86th Regiment, F Company, drill on a Camp Hale, Colorado, street. Behind them are four white barrack buildings. In the background are pine covered hills with small patches of snow on the hill tops.


(564) 1943-1944. Clarence Campbell ski jumping Aspen, Colorado
Clarence Campbell of the Tenth Mountain Division ski jumps from a slope facing Aspen, Colorado. He is wearing his army issue ski uniform.


(565) 1943-1944. Floyd Simmons
Tenth Mountain Division soldier, Floyd Simmons, poses looking toward the camera. He is wearing a cap and a white anorak. Behind him a group of approximately nine other soldiers look in the opposite direction toward distant snow covered mountains. They have rifles and are wearing caps. Some have khaki anoraks other have white ones. Taken near Camp Hale, Colorado. Snow covers the ground.


(566) 1943-1944. John W. Pollock at Camp Hale, Colorado
John W. Pollock of the Tenth Mountain Division, 86th Regiment, stands with his thumbs holding his belt in the middle of a road at Camp Hale, Colorado. He is wearing a army pullover sweater, over a shirt and tie, wool pants and boots with shoe packs. A steep pine covered hill in the background. Snow covers the pavement in patches.


(567) 1943-1944. Clarence Campbell, Aspen, Colorado
Clarence Campbell of the Tenth Mountain Division ski jumps from a slope facing Aspen, Colorado. He is wearing his army issue ski uniform.


(568) 1943-1944. View of Camp Hale, showing a passing train and the mule corral
View of Camp Hale, Colorado, covered with snow. A train is passing through the Pando valley. The camp's mule corral is at the lower right of the image. The Tenth Mountain Division trained here 1943-1944.


(569) 1943-1944. Chow!!
A group of nineteen Tenth Mountain Division soldiers wait to enter a dining hall at Camp Hale, Colorado. One soldier playfully holds another off the ground. All are wearing brown wool uniforms. Snow covers the ground.


(570) Winter 1943-1944. Spike, Cooper Hill, Colorado
Tenth Mountain Division soldier, Spike, reclines in the sun using his skis as a backrest at Cooper Hill, near Camp Hale, Colorado. He is wearing a cap, ski jacket, and brown wool pants. He has removed his gloves and his sunglasses, which are resting on his lap. Snow covers the ground.
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