xt7n028pcs9s https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7n028pcs9s/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7n028pcs9s/data/2009ms167.dao.xml Houlihan, Robert Francis, 1918-1999 19301999 9.0 Cubic feet 34 boxes The Robert Houlihan papers (dated 1930-1999; 9 cubic feet; 34 boxes) contains correspondence, photographs, written accounts and memoirs, interview transcripts, log books, mission maps, newspaper articles and ephemera that detail the creator's experiences in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II. collections English University of Kentucky Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Robert Houlihan papers Lawyers--Kentucky. Veterans--United States--Biography. World War, 1939-1945. Robert Houlihan papers text Robert Houlihan papers 1930 2015 true xt7n028pcs9s collection false 2009MS167 Houlihan, Robert F. papers Robert F. Houlihan papers, 1930-1999  2009MS167 Gary Chaffee  University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center 2010 June 7 Special Collections Research Center University of Kentucky Libraries Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 URL:  This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on  2017-03-22 15:04:58 -0400 . Describing Archives: A Content Standard 
   
     
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       University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center 
     
     Robert Houlihan papers 
     
       Houlihan, Robert Francis 
     
     2009MS167 
     
       9 Cubic Feet 
       34 boxes 
     
     1930-1999 
     The Robert Houlihan papers (dated 1930-1999; 9 cubic feet; 34 boxes) contains correspondence, photographs, written accounts and memoirs, interview transcripts, log books, mission maps, newspaper articles and ephemera that detail the creator's experiences in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II. 
   
   
     Arrangement 
 Materials have been arranged by subject, then chronologically where possible. Original order has been maintained whenever possible. The collection is divided into five (5) series and is titled to reflect both Houlihan's OSS activities and his personal activities (including his legal career) as well as material type. The collection is housed in thirty-four (34) boxes, including one oversized flat case to house ephemera.     
   
     Scope and Contents 
 The Robert Houlihan papers (dated 1930-1999; 9 cubic feet; 34 boxes) contains correspondence, photographs, written accounts and memoirs, interview transcripts, log books, mission maps, newspaper articles and ephemera that detail the creator's experiences in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II.  The collection also contains correspondence, photographs, newspaper articles, deeds, board of trustee minutes and ephemera that details Houlihan's legal career and philanthropic endeavors with the Lexington Blue Grass Trust and Shakertown. Of special interest to researchers may be the OSS-related materials, particularly Houlihan's military unit reunions that he helped organize late in his life.    
   
     Conditions Governing Use 
 Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.    
   
     Preferred Citation 
 2009ms167: [identification of item], Robert Houlihan papers, 1930-1999, University of Kentucky Special Collections.    
   
     Conditions Governing Access 
 Collection is open to researchers by appointment.    
   
     Biographical note 
 Robert Francis Houlihan was born in Lexington, Kentucky, on October 4, 1918.  Houlihan received his undergraduate training at the University of Kentucky, graduating with a law degree in 1941. Houlihan passed the Bar Examination for Kentucky as a senior in law school, was sworn in as a lawyer in April 1941, and practiced law for a few months after graduation.  Having been a member of the Reserve Officers Training Corps while at the University of Kentucky, Houlihan was called into active service for the U.S. Army following the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, and was assigned to the 26th Infantry Division in Massachusetts.  In late 1942, Houlihan  received special orders to transfer to the 122nd Infantry Battalion based in Fort Carson Colorado, where  he was recruited to join an all-volunteer Greek-American commando unit of the Office of Strategic Services (the forerunner to the Central Intelligence Agency); according to Houlihan, he was recruited due to the fact that although he was not of Greek origin he had studied two years of classical Greek in high school. With Houlihan as commanding officer, the OG (Operational Group) unit operated behind Nazi forces in occupied Greece, Italy, and Yugoslavia, and the unit's mission was chiefly sabotage and espionage; Houlihan's unit was responsible for destroying bridges, locomotives, power plants, mine shafts, communication lines and train tracks, as well as setting up emergency landing fields for damaged Allied planes returning from bombing raids. Houlihan was promoted to the rank of Major during his time in the OSS and served with his unit until the end of World War II in 1945.  Houlihan remained in close contact with the men he commanded and four decades later helped organize several reunions in the 1980s and 1990s in Kentucky, Colorado, Washington, D.C. and Athens, Greece, among other places.  Houlihan returned to Lexington, Kentucky in 1945 and resumed his private legal practice, specializing in Kentucky management labor law.  He joined the Lexington firm of Stoll, Keenon & Park, eventually became a senior partner, and except for a brief hiatus in the early 1970s remained with the firm until his death. Houlihan was very active in the Kentucky legal community, holding memberships in the American Bar Association, the Kentucky Bar Association and the Fayette County Bar Association. Houlihan was a charter member of the Kentucky Bar Association's Of Counsel Committee and was chairman of the KBA's Senior Lawyer Section in 1993 and 1994. Houlihan was a founding member of the KBA's Lawyers Helping Lawyers program and served as chair in 1985, 1986 and 1987. Among the awards Houlihan received include the Henry T. Duncan Lifetime Achievement Award from the Fayette County Bar Association (1996), the Lawyers Helping Lawyers Servant Award from the KBA (1996), the Kentucky Bar Service Award from the KBA (1998), and was inducted into the University of Kentucky Law School Hall of Fame (1999). In 1965, Houlihan became involved in the restoration of Shakertown at Pleasant Hill in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.  Along with other civic leaders in the Lexington community, Houlihan helped form a non-profit corporation to oversee the restoration and maintenance of dozens of original structures on the Shakertown property. Houlihan was also a former director of the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation based in Lexington, and also served as a president of the University of Kentucky's Library Associates.  Houlihan died on December 20, 1999, preceded by his wife, Pattie Field VanMeter, and survived by three children:  a son, Robert F. Houlihan, Jr.; daughter Francis Field Houlihan; daughter Mary Houlihan Gabbert; and six grandchildren.    
   
     Veterans -- United States -- Biography. 
     World War, 1939-1945. 
     Pleasant Hill (Ky.) 
     Lawyers -- Kentucky. 
     Casey, William Joseph 
     United States. Office of Strategic Services 
     Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation 
     University of Kentucky. College of Law 
     Pritchard, E.F., Jr. 
     Donovan, William J. (William Joseph) 
     Kentucky Bar Association 
     United States. Central Intelligence Agency 
   
   Office of Strategic Services Series I. 1944-1999 Scope and Contents The Office of Strategic Services, or OSS, was a United States intelligence agency established during World War II under the direction of General William J. Donovan, and was the predecessor of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Houlihan was a member of an all-volunteer Greek-American commando unit of the Office of Strategic Services from 1942-1944. Address list 1 1 Airborne and Special Operations Museum 1 2 Articles 1 3 Awards and diplomas 1 4 Booklets and pamphlets  1 5A-5B Casey, William J.--Eulogy 1 6 Casey, William J.--Investigation 1 7 Casey, William J.--Memorial dinner 1 8 Central Intelligence Agency Exhibit Center 1993 1 9 Communications Code Charts 1 10 Correspondence 1980-1981 3 2 1 Existence and Location of Originals Letters to Houlihan from Douglas Fairbanks and George McGovern located in safe Correspondence and misc.--OSS 1993 2 2 Correspondence and misc.--OSS 1994 2 3 Correspondence and misc.--OSS 1995 2 4 Correspondence and misc.--OSS 1996 2 5 Correspondence and misc.--OSS 1997 2 6 Correspondence--Andros 2 7 Correspondence--Athens 2 8 Correspondence--Bertakis 2 9 Correspondence--Books 2 10 Correspondence--Breckenridge 3 1 Correspondence--Corvo 3 2 Correspondence--Corvo 3 3 Correspondence--Dariotis 3 4 Correspondence--Davis 3 5 Correspondence--DeMarco 3 6 Correspondence--Dwyer 3 7 Correspondence--Ford 3 8 Correspondence--Fribourg 3 9 Correspondence--General 3 3 10-10C Existence and Location of Originals Fairbanks letter in safe Correspondence--Giannaris 4 1 Correspondence--Greek Battalion Documentary 4 2 Correspondence--Grevis 4 3 Correspondence--Johnston 4 4 Correspondence--Jones 4 5 Correspondence--Kellogg 4 6 Correspondence--Kirigin 4 7A-7C Correspondence--Kyriakos 4 8 Correspondence--MacCallum 4 9 Correspondence--McConville 5 1 Correspondence--Meike 5 2 Correspondence--Mousalimas 5 3 Correspondence--Omrcanin 5 4 Correspondence--Pappas 5 5 Correspondence--Phillips 5 6 Correspondence--Prescott 5 7 Correspondence--Sakellaris 5 8 Correspondence--Strimenos 5 9 Correspondence--Suddath 5 10 Correspondence--Taylor 5 11 Correspondence--Tsolas 5 12 Correspondence--Tsouderos 5 13 Correspondence--Verghis 5 14 Correspondence--Watkins 5 15 Correspondence--Watson 5 16 Correspondence--Zeiss Optical 5 17 Croatia trip 1990 5 18 Donovan, William J.--Award dinner 1970-1986  5 19A-19B Donovan, William J.--Symposium 1986 6 1 Giannaris, John--Diploma Award, Hellanic Ministry of National Defense 6 2 Handwritten notes 6 3A-3B Interviews 6 4 History of Company A, 2671st Sp. RNC.BN. 1945 6 5 Jedburgh 40th Anniversary Reunion 1984 6 6 Manuscript drafts 6 7 Maps 7 1 Memorandums 7 2 Memorial Dedication Ceremony, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) 1996 7 3 Messages and translations 7 4 Military--Contingent Fund Records, Unit B  7 5A-5B Military--General orders 7 6 Military--Memoirs 7 7 Mililtary--Miscellaneous 7 8 Military--Mission Reports 1944 January-August 7 9 Military--Mission Reports, Operations in Yugoslavia, copy 1 1944 November 7 10 Military--Mission Reports, Operations in Yugoslavia, copy 2 1944 November 8 1 Military--Records, Houlihan, R.F. 8 2 Mousalimas, Andy--Battle stars 8 3 National WWII Memorial 8 4 Newsletters--Donovan's Devils 8 5 Newspaper clippings 8 6 Operational Group Command--History of Operations, Greece, copy 1 1944 8 7 Operational Group Command--History of Operations, Greece, copy 2 1944 8 8 Operational Group Command--History of Operations, Greece, copy 3 1944 9 1 OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1986 9 2 OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1991 9 3A-3C OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1993 10 1 OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1994 10 2 OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1997 10 3A-3C OSS Greek/USOG Reunion 1998 11 1 OSS History 11 2 OSS Operational Group Reunion 1993 11 3 OSS Oral History Project 11 4 Phillips, Alex P.--Celebration of Dedication 1996 11 5 Strimenos, Theophanes--Death 11 6 Veterans of OSS--Correspondence and miscellaneous 1998-1999 11 7 Veterans of OSS--Members lists 1977-1999 11 8 Veterans of OSS--Miscellaneous 12 1 Scope and Contents note This folder contains various Veterans of the OSS (VSS) related items, including correspondence, subscription information, informal membership lists, OSS merchandise/memorabilia advertising, photocopied newspaper/magazine articles, and Houlihan's handwritten memos regarding VSS activities and news. Veterans of OSS--Newsletters 12 2A-2B Yugoslav Coastal Approaches 1943 12 1 Yugoslavia, History of Operations 1944 12 2 Yugoslavis, Information and miscellaneous 13 3 Yugoslavia visit 1980 13 4 Personal Series II. 1930-1999 Scope and Contents The Personal Series contains material related to Houlihan's life and activities outside those of the Office of Strategic Services.  Materials include personal correspondence, legal activities, handwritten notes, awards and honors, and philanthropic endeavors; of particular interest to researchers may be the materials related to his long association with the Lexington, KY law firm of Stoll, Keenon, and Park as well as Houlihan's involvement with the preservation of Shakertown at Pleasant Hill, KY. General Subseries A. 1943-1994 Alcoholism Information 14 1 Articles 14 2 Biography 14 3 Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation 14 4 Catalogues 14 5 Correspondence--Graham, Katharine 14 6 Correspondence--Miscellaneous 3 14 7 Correspondence--Personal Letters 14 8 Correspondence--Young, W.T. 14 9 Greek Friends Contact Lists 14 10 Handwritten Notes 14 11 Henry T. Duncan Award 14 12 Kentucky Historical Society 14 13 Ledgers 14 14 Lexington Water Company 14 15 McCarthy, Kevin 14 16 Miscellaneous 14 17 Scope and Contents note Contains emphemera, travel itineraries, programs, etc. National Conference of Christians and Jews/Community and Justice 14 18 Newspaper Clippings, General 1943-1994 14 19 Obituary 14 20 Pamphlets 14 21 Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce 14 22 People to People Ambassador Programs 15 1 Phone Records 15 2 Pritchard, E. F. Jr.--Articles 15 3 Pritchard, E. F. Jr.--Foundation 15 4A Pritchard, E. F. Jr.--Foundation 15 4B Pritchard, E. F. Jr.--Lecture 1992 15 5 Publications 15 6 Selective Service and Reserves 1947-1955 15 7 Speeches 15 8 Wallace, Earl 15 9 Legal practice files Subseries B. 1930-1996 American Bar Association 16 1 American College of Trial Lawyers 16 2 City Planning and Zoning 16 3 Fayette County Bar Association 16 4 House bill no. 50, Houlihan Comment 16 5 Kentucky Bar Association 16 6 Kentucky Bar Association National Defense Committee 1941-1945 16 7 Kentucky Law Enforcement Council 16 8 Lawyers Helping Lawyers Committee 16 9 Miscellaneous 16 10 Scope and Contents notes Contains various bits of emphemera, photocopied articles, etc. National Academy of Arbitrators 16 11 Newspaper Clippings 16 12 Office of Continuing Legal Education 16 13 Stoll, Keenon and Park, LLP--History of the Firm 1930-1996 16 14 Stoll, Keenon and Park, LLP--Resignation 1973 16 15 University of Kentucky Law School Hall of Fame 16 16 Shakertown Subseries C. 1993-1999 Board of Trustee Minutes 1993-1999 17 1 History 17 2 Miscellaneous 17 3 Property Deeds 17 4 Publications Series III. 1950-1996 Scope and Contents The Publications Series contains a few periodicals and several books, almost all of which are related to the OSS and/or World War II.  Two of the titles were written by Josip Kirigin, a few of the titles have been inscribed by the authors, and several contain annotations by RFH. 25-1-1  magazine (2 copies);  New York Times ; photocopy of  Assembly  magazine 1980-1996 18 1 Book -  Buntovnici I Konformisti (Rebels and Conformists)  - Josip Kirigin. Inscribed by the author 1965 18 1 Book -  The Web of Disinformation: Churchill's Yugoslav Blunder,  David Martin.  Includes letter from Scott Breckenridge to RFH discussing a section of the book 1990 18 2 Book -  Selected Military Works,  Josip Broz Tito. 1966 18 3 Book -  A Small War in the Balkans:  British Military Involvement in Wartime Yugoslavia 1941-1945,  Michael McConville.  Contains annotations by RFH in the preface. 1986 18 4 Book -  Blago Mora (Slight sea: the magical world of shells) , Dr. Fra Jure Radic 1970 18 5 Book -  Bijeli Se Dan (White Day) , Josip Kirigin.  Inscribed by the author 1978 19 1 Book -  Pawns and Powerbrokers:  OSS and the Yugoslav Resistance During the Second World War , Thomas Kirkwood Ford, Jr.  Bound doctoral thesis from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Contains annotations by RFH 1980 19 2 Book -  Beacons in the Night:  With the OSS and Tito's Partisans in Wartime Yugoslavia , Franklin Lindsay 1993 19 3 Book -  OSS:  The Secret History of America's First Central Intelligence Agency , R. Harris Smith. 1972 19 4 Memorabilia Series IV. 1942-1999 Scope and Contents The Memorabilia Series centers on items collected by Houlihan during his time in the Army and the OSS.  Materials include military patches, ration tickets, examples of foreign currency, display materials from an OSS reunion (designed and illustrated by Nick Pappas, one of Houlihan's OSS comrades), and tourist maps and guidebooks from Houlihan's 1980 Yugoslavia trip. Photograph of Company C, 30th Infantry Training Batallion, July 1942, Camp Croft, SC.  RFH's company, and presumably he is in the photograph among the enlisted men. (8" x 36" sepia) 1942 1 Envelope containing examples of World War II foreign currency [1940-1945] 20 2-3 Army Exchange Service Ration Card belonging to RFH [1942] 20 4 Small lined notebook with brown covers belonging to RFH.  Contains a few notes and small drawings [1943-1944] 20 5 Council book, Contingent Fund, Third Contingent, Unit B.  Used by RFH to track contingent fund 1943-1944 20 7 Ration ticket book for XII A.F.S.C. Officers Club belonging to RFH [1943-1944] 20 6 Office of Strategic Services pin, brass and enamel [1980-1986] 20 8 Grenade pin, presumably US military artillery [1943-1944] 20 9 US Army military patch, outstretched bird's wings with a parachute in the center [1943-1944] 20 10 US Army military patch, gold-thread anchor with overlaid rifle and eagle's wings on a black background [1943-1944] 20 11 US Army military patch, sargeant stripes, three bars [1943-1944] 20 12 Olive color parachute-material handkerchief, presumably US Army standard issue [1943-1944] 20 13 Company 'C', Greek American OGs, 2761 - Special Reconnaissance Battalion, Office of Strategic Service,  laminated broadside. (11" x 17", color), three copies [1996] 21 1 1940 in Remembrance of 1944,  laminated broadside, designed and illustrated by Nick Pappas. (11" x 17" color), five copies 1995 21 2 1942 - In Remembrance of - 1945,  laminated broadside, designed and illustrated by Nick Pappas. Includes handwritten notes by Pappas about his experiences and connections to World War II. (11" x 17" color), two copies 1995 21 3 Bulgaria, Turkey, England, Italy,  laminated broadside of colored map showing movements of OSS units in World War II.  (11" x 14" color) [1996-1997] 21 4 Sep. 1942,  laminated broadside illustration of the Gorgopotamos Bridge in Greece, a target of RFH's OSS unit. Most likely illustrated by Nick Pappas. (11" x 14" color) [1996-1997] 21 5 Illustrated diagram of reconnaissance actions by the Greek/USOG OSS units in World War II Greece, laminated broadside, most likely illustrated by Nick Pappas. (11" x 17" color) [1996-1997] 21 6 In Remembrance Of The D-Day Allied Invasion Forces, The French Resistance, The Innocent French Victims, Freedom And Its Cost.  Laminated broadside, (8.5" x 11" color) [1996-1997] 21 7 Office of Strategic Services Operational Groups.  Laminated photocopy, photograph of memorial stone, Ft. Bragg, NC. (8.5" x 11" B&W) [1993] 21 8 Normandy 50th Anniversary,  laminated broadside, illustrated by Nick Pappas. (8.5" x 11" color) 1994 21 9 Enlarged photocopy of  Voice-Tribune  (Louisville, KY) article about RFH's induction into the University of Kentucky Law School Hall of Fame, 1999. (16" x 17", posterboard) 1999 21 10 Robert F. Houlihan, Democrat for County Attorney.  Campaign poster. (11" x 14" B&W fiberboard)  [1950-1955] 21 11 Three name badges, OSS reunions. (3.5" x 2", paper) 1993 21 12 Travel and vacation miscellaneous 1977-1980 22 1 Yugoslavia and Spain miscellaneous 1976-1980 22 2 Photographs Series V. 1940-1998 Scope and Contents The Photographs Series contains almost four hundred images and over 100 negatives in both black and white and color that are connected to Houlihan's experiences in the OSS and his personal life.  The Army and General--OSS images document camp life; shore leave; soldiers under his command; and the people and landscapes of Greece and Yugoslavia. Other images in this section include Houlihan's 1980 trip to Yugoslavia, a trip to Croatia in 1990 (to witness the first open multiparty democratic elections since 1945) and images of various OSS reunions in the late 1980s through the 1990s. Of particular interest are a series of images of the 1944 raids on Solta and Biokov, Yugoslavia (Serbia), which capture the raids as they happened.  The Personal section of the Photographs Series documents Houlihan's activities and honors as an attorney and interactions with friends and colleagues.  Army Subseries A. 1943-1994 RFH and General Wayne Downing, Ft. Bragg, NC. (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 10 23 1 L to R:  Caesar Civitelli, Arnold Lorbeer, Maj. Gen. Harley C. Davis, Ft. Bragg, NC. (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 8-10 23 2 L to R: Gerald Sabatino, Maj. Gen. Harley C. Davis, Caesar Civitelli, William Colby, Geoffrey Jones, Ft. Bragg, NC, Dedication of Memorial Stone. (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 8-10 23 3 Memorial stone honoring OG's, Ft. Bragg, NC.  The stone honoring the OG's dedicated on September 10.  (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 8-10 23 4 Color guard at stone dedication, Ft. Bragg, NC. (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 10 23 5 Andy Mousalimas, Gen. Wayne Downing, Caesar Civitelli, Nicholas Pappas and RFH, Ft. Bragg, NC.  At Memorial Stone Dedication.  (3" x 5" color) 1993 September 10 23 6 RFH (right), Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 7 RFH (far right in center), Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 8 Unidentified group, Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 9 Unidentified group #2, Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 10 RFH (third from right) at banquet, Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 11 RFH (front row, left), Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 12 RFH (front row, left, back to camera), Athens, Greece. (3" x 5" color) 1994 October 14 23 13 Group shot of soldiers, identities unknown.   July 1943, Greek Bn. Boys, Camp Carson, Colo.  (3" x 4" B&W) 1943 July 23 14 Unidentified soldiers.   July 1943, Greek Battalion boys, Camp Carson, Colorado.  (3" x 4" B&W) 1943 July 23 15 Unidentified soldiers, Greece. (2" x 2" B&W) [1943] 23 16 Unidentified soldiers, location unknown, #1. (3" x 3" B&W) [1943] 23 17 Undentified soldiers, location unknown, #2. (3" x 3" B&W) [1943] 23 18 Unidentified soldiers, Greece. (2" x 2" B&W) [1943] 23 19-21 Two unidentified men, location unknown. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 22 Soldiers on and near ship, Greece. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 23 Three unidentified women, location unknown. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 24 Unidentified soldier, location unknown. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 25 Soldiers on and near ship, Greece, #2. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 26 Unidentified woman, Greek village. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 23 27 Group shot, Greece.  November 1986.  Mac: This is an enlargement of a small snapshot Prescott sent to me a couple of years ago when I first heard from him. On its back he had written: 'From L to R, Crew A Jug, American fighter pilot, me, my interpreter, Captain of my ship.  This was early days circa Oct. 43 before CDOS arrived and I was then a 'spy' . (5" x 7" B&W) [1943] 24 1 Raid on Bikov, Serbia. (5" x 7" B&W) 1944 24 2-9 RFH, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 10 (Left to right) Angelo Pappas, Steve Ganeros, Ted Russell, RFH, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 11 RFH and Charles Moskos, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 12 RFH, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 13 (Left to right) Angelo Lygizos, George Verghis, RFH, Tom Georgalos, Andy Grevis, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 14 (Left to right) Theophanos Strimenos, Gus Carkonen, Tom Georgalos, RFH, Andy Mousalimas, Andy Grevis, Nick Cominos, USOG/OSS reunion, Denver, CO. (4" x 6" color) 1991 October 25-27 24 15 RFH (center) and unidentified man, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 16 RFH (right) and unidentified man, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 17 RFH, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 18 RFH (center) and unidentified man #2, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 19 RFH (center) and unidentified group, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 20 Andy Mousalimas (left), unidentified man, and RFH, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 21 RFH (center) and unidentified group, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 22 Andy Mousalimas (left) and RFH, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 23 RFH (right) and unidentified man, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 24 Unidentified man, RFH (center) and Andy Mousalimas (right), Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. ( 4" x 6" color) 1993 24 25 RFH (fourth from left, second row), and Greek/USOG veterans, reunion, Washington, D.C. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 26 RFH (fright) and unidentified men, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 27 RFH (center) and unidentified men #2, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 28 RFH (center) and unidentified guests, Greek/USOG reunion, Washington, D.C. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 29 RFH (third from left, front row) and Greek/USOG veterans, reunion, Washington, D.C. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 30 RFH, Greek/USOG reunion, Athens, Greece. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 31 RFH (second from left) and unidentified guests, Greek/USOG reunion, Athens, Greece. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 32 RFH (third from left) and unidentified guests, Greek/USOG reunion, Athens, Greece. (4" x 6" color) 1993 24 33 Croatia Visit Subseries B. 1990 Croatia street scene, city unknown. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 1 Unidentified man, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 2 Unidentified group, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 3 Unidentified group #2, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 4 Croatia street scene, city unknown, #2. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 5 Unidentified group #3, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 6 Horse, cart, and unidentified group, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 7 Unidentified man, Croatia, #2. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 8 Rainy street scene, city unknown, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 9 Unidentified group #4, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 10 Outdoor grill, location unknown, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 11 Unidentified group #5, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 12 Unidentified cathedral, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 12 Unidentified group #6, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 13 Voting polls, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 14 Two unidentified men, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 15 Unidentified group #7, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 16 Homes on the water, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 17 Musicians in airport, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 18 Airplane disembarkation, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 19 Polling place, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 20 Waterfall with homes in background, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 21 Unidentified cathedral #2, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 22 Mimara Building, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 23 Campaign posters, Croatia national elections, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 24 Room service tray, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 25 Unidentified group at dinner, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 26 Portrait of unidentified man and display of books in cases, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 27 Unidentified man entering Croatian Parliament building, Zagreb, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 28 Rainy street scene, Croatia. (4" x 6" color) 1990 25 29 General--OSS Subseries C. 1940-1997 RFH, Naples, Italy, taken by Constantin Bertakis. (Taken from file Correspondence - Bertakis.) (2" x 3" B&W) [1942-1943] 26 1 Unidentified group of soldiers, undisclosed location [Greece?]. (2" x 2" B&W) [1943] 26 2 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location. (1" x 1" B&W) [1943] 26 3 View of building against hillside, location unknown. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 26 4 View of water and coastline of undisclosed location [Greece?]. (2" x 2" B&W) [1943] 26 5 Tugboat and barbed-wire fence, Yugoslavia. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 26 6 Unidentified woman in fur jacket, undisclosed location. (3" x 5" B&W) [1943] 26 7 Blanas, RFH and Peyton, Italy.  [illegible] Blanas, RFH & Peyton - somewhere in Italy, fall 1944.  (2.5" x 3.5" B&W) 1944 26 8 Unidentified soldiers, undisclosed location [Greece?]. (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 9 Unidentified woman, undislosed location [Greece?]. (3" x 4" B&W),  [1944] 26 10 Unidentified group, undisclosed location.  (3" x 4" B&W)  [1944] 26 11 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location.  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 12 Unidentified officer, undisclosed location.  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 13 RFH and Josip Kirigin, [Yugoslavia].  (3" x 4" B&W)  [1944] 26 14 Unidentified soldiers on ship [Greece?].  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 15 Unidentified soldiers on ship #2, [Greece?]. (3" x 4" B&W),  [1944] 26 16 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location [Greece?], #3.  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 17 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location [Greece?], #4.  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 18 Unidentified soldiers, undisclosed location [Greece?].  (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 19 Raid on Bikov, Serbia. (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 20-22 RFH, [Yugoslavia]. (3" x 4" B&W)  [1944] 26 23 RFH (middle) and two unidentified officers, [Yugoslavia]. (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 24 Unidentified group, [Yugoslavia]. (3" x 4" B&W)  [1944] 26 25 Unidentified group, Yugoslavia War Memorial,  (3" x 5" B&W)  [1980] 26 26 Unidentified man [writing on the back is in Greek]. (2" x 3" B&W)  1944 July 5 26 27 Unidentified soldiers, undisclosed location [Greece?], #2. (2.5" x 3.5" B&W)  [1944] 26 28 RFH and unidentified man, undisclosed location. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 29 Unidentified group, [Yugoslavia], #2. (3" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 30 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location, #5. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 31 Unidentified soldiers in training exercise, location unknown. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 32 Smoke in training field, location unknown. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 33 Camp scene, unidentified soldiers. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 34 Automobile, location unknown. (3" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 35 Unidentified soldier with torch, location unknown. (3" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 36 Three unidentified soldiers, undisclosed location. (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 37 River scene, location unknown. (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 38 River docks, location unknown. (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 39 River scene, location unknown, #2. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 40 Open road, location unknown. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 41 River scene, location unknown, #3 (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 42 Unidentified group, #3. (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 43 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location, #6. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 44 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location, #7. (2" x 2" B&W)  [1944] 26 45 Unidentified soldiers with dog, [Greece]. (2" x 2" B&W)  [1944] 26 46 Street scene, [Greece?]. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 47 River scene, location unknown, #4. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 48 Landscape, location unknown. (3" x 5" B&W)  [1944] 26 49 Two images: one unidentified man, and RFH with three unidentified men, undisclosed locations. (3" x 5" B&W)  [1944] 26 50 Two images: three unidentified men and one unidentified soldier, [Greece]. (3" x 5" B&W)  [1944] 26 51 Two images: three unidentified soldiers with artilliery. (3" x 4" B&W) [1944] 26 52 Unidentified young woman wrapped in coat, undisclosed location. (3.5" x 5" B&W)  [1944] 26 53 Unidentified couple, undisclosed location.  (3" x 4" B&W)  [1944] 26 54 Group of soldiers at attention, location unknown. (2" x 2" B&W)  [1944] 26 55 Two men and a woman, unidentified, location unknown. (2" x 2" B&W)  [1944] 26 56 Unidentified soldier, undisclosed location, #8.  (2" x 3" B&W)  [1944] 26 57 Camp/forest scene, [Yugoslavia].  (2" x 2" B&W)  [1944] 26 58 Camp Kakitsos, Yugoslavia.  At Camp Kakitsos--L. to r:  Pappas, Eichler, Manusos, Peyton, Paledes & Mackey (given to [RFH] by Verghis Aug 15 '86).   (2.5" x 3.5" B&W)  [1944] 26 59 Four unidentified soldiers. (2.5" x 3.5" B&W) [1944] 26 60 Unidentified soldier - writing on back is in Greek [?]. (2" x 3" B&W) [1944] 26 61 Two images: unidentified soldiers with truck and unidentified soldiers; undisclosed locations.  (3" x 5" B&W) [1944] 26 62 Two im