Truax Field

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Published: Wisconsin Telephone Company, August 1944

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Item: 000050

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  • History of Base - Includes a history of the base or facility (173 items)


  • Truax Army Air Field; Madison, Wisconsin, USA (3 items)



  • Private Collection

Added: January 23, 2008

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A booklet about Truax Field and telephone facilities at the base. It was distributed by Wisconsin Telephone Company.

22 pages; PDF (.pdf)
Original item: Booklet; 3.25 x 5.25 inches
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[1] DI DAH BOB (04-Jun-2013 01:48 AM)

was in Tech. Trng--hi-speed Radio Op / DF. Operator 8/43 til 2/44. was married at chapel #3 while there. fondly?? remember poy-belly stove in tar-paper barracks {TALK ABOUT TEMPORARY}---MADISON WINTERS ARE DOWN-RIGHT COLD, BUT BUS RIDE TO TOWN WHERE BRIDE HAD A ROOM IN HOME IN "UNIVERSITY DISTRICT" ENJOYED THIS WEBSITE---TNX

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