More scanning today

Dad wrote this in 1991, probably for West Point. I remember hearing about the job at the mental hospital. He often told us of the nurse who helped him with the advanced math he was studying. I did not remember the textile plant. I’m probably the one who typed this for him. That doesn’t say much about my memory…

He entered West Point the summer of ’41 intending to be a member of the Class of ’45. Instead, he graduated on D-Day in June 1944 as the class was pushed through in 3 years due to WWII.

He retired in 1974 as a Brigadier General. He died in January, 2009 after enjoying a well-lived life.

Dodgeville Finishing Mill History

George Holden Tinkham

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4 Responses to More scanning today

  1. Chris says:

    This is so great! How many more pages are there?

  2. Chris says:

    BTW, love your header collage.

  3. Chris says:

    This is just really neat. The mill history is pretty amazing huh? And the Congressman’s photo to boot!

  4. sean says:

    can’t wait to read more….

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