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196th Field Artillery Battalion's helicoper pad in South Korea

196th Field Artillery Battalion's helicoper pad in South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
Here are two photographs showing the 196th Field Artillery Battalion's helicopter pad. The ridge in the background contained the Kansas Line, a secondary defense line in case the North Koreans and Chinese broke through the front line. Minefields covered the hills leading to the ridge. These photographs were taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas after the armistice was signed.


196th Field Artillery Battalion airstrip and observation plane in South Korea

196th Field Artillery Battalion airstrip and observation plane in South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing the 196th Field Artillery Battalion's airstrip and observation plane in South Korea after the armistice was signed. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


45th Infantry Division's quad 50 caliber anti-aircraft half track

45th Infantry Division's quad 50 caliber anti-aircraft half track
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph of the 45th Infantry Division's quad 50 caliber anti-airraft half track. They were in place to provide defense for the 196th Field Artillery Battalion located on the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea after the armistice was signed. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


American War Mothers Scrapbook

American War Mothers Scrapbook
Creator: American War Mothers. Topeka Chapter
Date: 1948-1952
This scrapbook of the Topeka Chapter of the American War Mothers includes newspaper clippings, photos, hand-lettering, memorial programs, and a VA schedule. The American War Mothers, a national organization founded in 1917 and incorporated by an act of Congress in 1925, is a perpetual, patriotic, non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, non-partisan organization whose members are mothers of children who have served or are serving in the U.S. Armed Services during a time of conflict. The Topeka chapter was organized in 1927 and disbanded in 1976.


Back view of the front line in South Korea after the armistice was signed

Back view of the front line in South Korea after the armistice was signed
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing the back view of the front line in South Korea after the armistice was signed. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Children in Chuncheon, South Korea

Children in Chuncheon, South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing children in Chuncheon, South Korea. The photograph was taken through the barbed wire fence at the 52nd Replacement Depot on the demilitarized zone. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Children playing a game similar to jacks in Chuncheon, South Korea

Children playing a game similar to jacks in Chuncheon, South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing children playing a game similar to jacks in Chuncheon, South Korea. The children were playing outside the fence of the 52nd Replacement Depot in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Entrance to a front line bunker at the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea

Entrance to a front line bunker at the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: July 1953
This is a photograph showing an entrance to a front line bunker and observation post 2 at the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken

Frank Darrell Timken
Date: August, 1953
This is a photograph showing Frank Darrell Timken, a member of the 196th Field Artillery Battalion, standing by a sign during the Korean War. The sign give directions to the (CP) Command Post, (MSG CEN) Message Center, FDC (Fire Direction Control), (S-2) Intennigence Section, and (S-3) Operations Section. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken at the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea

Frank Darrell Timken at the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing Frank Darrell Timken in the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken back from noon chow in Korea

Frank Darrell Timken back from noon chow in Korea
Date: 1953
This is a photograph of Frank Darrell Timken, a member of the 196th Field Artillery Battalion, back from chow. Timken served during the Korean War. He took his carbine, cartridge belt and steel helmet to all meals. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken by a bunker during the Korean War

Frank Darrell Timken by a bunker during the Korean War
Date: August 1953
This is a photograph showing Frank Darrell Timken kneeling by the entrance to the Fire Direction Control bunker. Timken was a member of the 196th Field Artillery Battalion during the Korean War. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken in Kyoto, Japan

Frank Darrell Timken in Kyoto, Japan
Date: April 1954
This is a photograph of Frank Darrell Timken, who served in the 196th Field Artillery Battalion during the Korean War. The photograph was taken while he was on R&R in Kyoto, Japan. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken standing by a bunker in the Korean War

Frank Darrell Timken standing by a bunker in the Korean War
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing Frank Darrell Timken standing by a 196th Field Artillery Battalion bunker near the North and South Korean border during the Korean War. This is where (S-2) Intelligence Section, (S-3) Operations Section, (FDC) Fire Direction Control and telephone swtichboard were located. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Frank Darrell Timken with the 7th Infantry Division Artillery Headquarters in South Korea

Frank Darrell Timken with the 7th Infantry Division Artillery Headquarters in South Korea
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph of Frank Darrell Timken who served in troop information and education with the 7th Infantry Division Artillery Headquarters in South Korea. Frank Darrell Timken was from Cimarron, Kansas.


Front line artillery observation post bunker in South Korea

Front line artillery observation post bunker in South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing the 196th Field Artillery Battalion's front line artillery observation post bunker being dismantled after the cease fire. It was reassembled on the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) line. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Harbor in Pusan, South Korea

Harbor in Pusan, South Korea
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph of Pusan harbor in Pusan, South Korea. The photograph was taken from a boat leaving South Korea carrying soldiers for R&R in Japan. The tugboat in the harbor followed the soldiers to a United States troop ship. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Jeep falling in a trench in South Korea near the Demilitarized Zone

Jeep falling in a trench in South Korea near the Demilitarized Zone
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph showing a jeep falling in a trench near one of the 196th Field Artillery Battalion's observation posts near the Demilitarized Zone. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas, after the armistice was signed.


John Holt

John Holt
Date: October 1957
A photograph of John Holt , a Topeka, Kansas, resident, and a member of the Army Corp of Engineers, standing by a Caterpillar in South Korea. During the Korean War, Holt built air force bases, ditches, and roads.


John Holt

John Holt
Date: October 1957
A photograph of John Holt, a Topeka, Kansas, resident, and a member of the Army Corp of Engineers, standing by a Pettibone in South Korea. During the Korean War, Holt built air force bases, ditches, and roads.


John Holt's military service scrapbook

John Holt's military service scrapbook
Creator: Holt, John Paul
Date: 1957-1963
This is John Holt's scrapbook containing photographs and printed materials collected during his military service. In June 1957, John had the choice of either enlisting or being drafted, so he decided to enlisted in the U. S. Army Corp of Engineers. At the time he enlisted, he was married and had two daughters. He entered the Army on June 11, 1957 in Kansas City, Kansas; basic training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, June 1957-August 1957; advanced training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, August 1957-November 1957; duty station, Fort Hood, Texas November 1957-May1958; Far East Command Korea May 1958-May 1959; D Battery, 3rd Mal Battalion(NH) 67th Artillery Waukesha, Wisconsin, May 1959-June 1960; discharged from active duty June 10, 1960 and discharged from the Army Reserves June 1963. Also included in the scrapbook, is an oral interview conducted by Erin Trimble on April 1, 2004.


Kenneth E. Bartman interview, Kinsley, Kansas

Kenneth E. Bartman interview, Kinsley, Kansas
Creator: Bartman, Kenneth E.
Date: February 23, 2011
This transcript of an interview with Kenneth Bartman is part of an oral history project entitled "Patterns of Change, Edwards County, Kansas 1950-1970" conducted by the Kinsley Public Library. The project was supported by a Kansas Humanities Council Heritage Grant. Bartman talks of his family, education, military career, and his memories of the Edwards County community.


Korean road gang

Korean road gang
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
This is a photograph of a Korean road gang taken after the armistice was signed. The photograph was taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Living quarters for the 196th Field Artillery Battalion near the Demilitarized Zone

Living quarters for the 196th Field Artillery Battalion near the Demilitarized Zone
Creator: Timken, Frank Darrell
Date: Between 1953 and 1954
Here are two photographs showing the living quarters for the 196th Field Artillery Battalion near the Demilitarized Zone. The photographs were taken by Frank Darrell Timken of Cimarron, Kansas.


Movie star Terry Moore visiting the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea

Movie star Terry Moore visiting the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea
Date: November 1953
This is a photograph of movie star Terry Moore visiting the 196th Field Artillery Battalion in South Korea during the war.


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