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Name Dutilh, Joseph V.
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2017.015.008-023 - Papers and documents related to Joseph Dutilh, 1923-1979. The bulk of this collection consists military records including a few notices of authorization of subsistence allowance, separation qualification record and his discharge papers. The rest of the collection includes a copy of his birth certificate, a French marriage certificate between his father, Victor Dutilh and his mother, a share certificate owned by his father, and Rememberance of Joseph's First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Items in the collection include: 8. A Letter to Joesph V. Dutilh from the White House for his services, 1940s 9. Notice of Authorization of Subsistence Allowance, October 7, 1947 10. Authorization of Education of Training Subsistence Allowance Letter to Mr. Joesph V. Dutilh, November 1, 1946 11. Veterans Adminstration Notice of Training Status, June 2, 1950 12. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, June 20, 1949 13. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, October 11, 1948 14. Separation Qualification Record, March 6, 1946 15. Copy of Birth Certificate of Joseph V. Dutilh from August 13, 1924, July 10, 1979 16. French Marriage Certificate, March 15, 1937 17. Oakland Labor Temple Association Certificate belonging to Victor Dutilh, March 12, 1923 18. Letter in rememberance of Joseph V. Dutilh from the President of the United States, 1940s 19. Camp Montoir Quartermaster Detachment Miltary Card, 1940s 20. Military Authorized Driving License by Director of C.M.T.O, Gerald Grant, Capt. M.T.C., 1940s 21. Remembrance of First Holy Communion to Joseph Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, May 6, 1934 22. Remembrance of Confirmation to Joseph John Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, March 12, 1938 23A. Enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharge of Joesph V. Dutilh, March 6, 1946 23B. Certificate of Honorable Discharge to Joseph V. Dutilh from the Army of the United States, March 6, 1946

Papers and documents related to Joseph Dutilh, 1923-1979. The bulk of this collection consists military records including a few notices of authorization of subsistence allowance, separation qualification record and his discharge papers. The rest of the collection includes a copy of his birth certificate, a French marriage certificate between his father, Victor Dutilh and his mother, a share certificate owned by his father, and Rememberance of Joseph's First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Items in the collection include: 8. A Letter to Joesph V. Dutilh from the White House for his services, 1940s 9. Notice of Authorization of Subsistence Allowance, October 7, 1947 10. Authorization o

Image of 2017.015.027 - WWII Army Duffle Bag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Olive green duffel bag with several black metal holes around the top. One of the holes has a metal contraption in the middle that connects to the metal hook stitched on the end of some olive green fabric. In the middle of the duffel bag, there is some olive green fabric looped into a handle that is next to some more stitched olive green fabric. On one side of the duffel bag, printed in black and bold, the text reads "JOSEPH V. DUTILH   /   39138990". At the bottom of the duffel bag, painted in white and in bold, the text reads "RE-747 I-V" with some crossed words in black above it. Below the text "RE-747 I-V", printed in black and bold in medium lettering, the text reads "U.S.". Below the text "U.S.", painted in white and bold, the text reads "H&H" with some words crossed out in black underneath the text "H&H". Below the text "H&H", printed in black and bold, the text reads "H". On a torn beige tag attached to the fabric with the metal hook on the end, on the upper right corner, printed in black, bold and small, the text reads "FD-P&T-23".

2017.015.027 - WWII Army Duffle Bag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Olive green duffel bag with several black metal holes around the top. One of the holes has a metal contraption in the middle that connects to the metal hook stitched on the end of some olive green fabric. In the middle of the duffel bag, there is some olive green fabric looped into a handle that is next to some more stitched olive green fabric. On one side of the duffel bag, printed in black and bold, the text reads "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990". At the bottom of the duffel bag, painted in white and in bold, the text reads "RE-747 I-V" with some crossed words in black above it. Below the text "RE-747 I-V", printed in black and bold in medium lettering, the text reads "U.S.". Below the text "U.S.", painted in white and bold, the text reads "H&H" with some words crossed out in black underneath the text "H&H". Below the text "H&H", printed in black and bold, the text reads "H". On a torn beige tag attached to the fabric with the metal hook on the end, on the upper right corner, printed in black, bold and small, the text reads "FD-P&T-23".

WWII Army Duffle Bag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Olive green duffel bag with several black metal holes around the top. One of the holes has a metal contraption in the middle that connects to the metal hook stitched on the end of some olive green fabric. In the middle of the duffel bag, there is some olive green fabric looped into a handle that is next to some more stitched olive green fabric. On one side of the duffel bag, printed in black and bold, the text reads "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990". At the bottom of the duffel bag, painted in white and in bold, the text reads "RE-747 I-V" with some crossed words in black above it. Below the text "RE-747 I-V", printed in black and bold in

Image of 2017.015.024A - WWII Army Jacket of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Button-front olive green short wool army jacket has two flap pockets on front, five large buttons down the front and a snap closure at bottom just right of center.  Inside is lined with olive green cotton and there are two horizontal slit pockets on the interior front.  Matching Technician Fifth Grade patches (two stripes with at T beneath) on both arms.  Above patch on left arm is a blue oval-shaped patch with red lightening bolts, gold chains and a white cloud with a blue star in the center.  Two brass round pins on each lapel, one with "U.S." embossed on it, the other embossed with a cannon in the center of a ship's wheel.  A diamond-shaped patch of a gold bird in a gold circle just above the right front pocket.  A blue and yellow pin with a silver eagle is on left lower section of lapel.  Above left pocket are four colored bars: one with a red center and rainbow stripes on sides; one with three white stripes on either side of a red ground (Good Conduct Medal); one with white, black and red stripes on a blue ground) and one with brown white and red stripes on a green ground--this last one has three stars affixed to it.  On flap of left pocket is a pewter-colored pin of a cross inside a wreath with a rectangular pieces with the word "RIFLE" hanging from it.  On left sleeve above cuff is a patch with three gold bars. Inside the jacket, is some olive green fabric stitched inside with a small hook of fabric on the top. Directly below that, is a small white tag with black bold text that reads "38L". Written in black ink on olive green fabric stitched inside, the text reads "D-8990".

2017.015.024A - WWII Army Jacket of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Button-front olive green short wool army jacket has two flap pockets on front, five large buttons down the front and a snap closure at bottom just right of center. Inside is lined with olive green cotton and there are two horizontal slit pockets on the interior front. Matching Technician Fifth Grade patches (two stripes with at T beneath) on both arms. Above patch on left arm is a blue oval-shaped patch with red lightening bolts, gold chains and a white cloud with a blue star in the center. Two brass round pins on each lapel, one with "U.S." embossed on it, the other embossed with a cannon in the center of a ship's wheel. A diamond-shaped patch of a gold bird in a gold circle just above the right front pocket. A blue and yellow pin with a silver eagle is on left lower section of lapel. Above left pocket are four colored bars: one with a red center and rainbow stripes on sides; one with three white stripes on either side of a red ground (Good Conduct Medal); one with white, black and red stripes on a blue ground) and one with brown white and red stripes on a green ground--this last one has three stars affixed to it. On flap of left pocket is a pewter-colored pin of a cross inside a wreath with a rectangular pieces with the word "RIFLE" hanging from it. On left sleeve above cuff is a patch with three gold bars. Inside the jacket, is some olive green fabric stitched inside with a small hook of fabric on the top. Directly below that, is a small white tag with black bold text that reads "38L". Written in black ink on olive green fabric stitched inside, the text reads "D-8990".

WWII Army Jacket of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Button-front olive green short wool army jacket has two flap pockets on front, five large buttons down the front and a snap closure at bottom just right of center. Inside is lined with olive green cotton and there are two horizontal slit pockets on the interior front. Matching Technician Fifth Grade patches (two stripes with at T beneath) on both arms. Above patch on left arm is a blue oval-shaped patch with red lightening bolts, gold chains and a white cloud with a blue star in the center. Two brass round pins on each lapel, one with "U.S." embossed on it, the other embossed with a cannon in the center of a ship's wheel. A diamond-shaped

Image of 2017.015.024B - WWII Army Pants of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Button-front olive green wool slacks have two slit pockets in back, two side pockets in front and one slit pocket at right front.  There are four buttons inside the waistband, possibly for suspenders. There are fabric holes directly on the other side with two back pockets with one button stitched to the inside of the pants. In the inside around the pants are several buttons stitched inside the pants. On the outside of one of pocket flaps, written in black ink in bold and medium lettering, the text reads "DUTILH". Directly below that, there are some words crossed out twice above some more black written in ink text that reads "4- 2175-1-2/27". In a small white tag on the inside of the top of the pants, in bold and black printed lettering, the text reads "W34  /  L33". There are two pant legs with olive green fabric stitched along the inside of the pants.

2017.015.024B - WWII Army Pants of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Button-front olive green wool slacks have two slit pockets in back, two side pockets in front and one slit pocket at right front. There are four buttons inside the waistband, possibly for suspenders. There are fabric holes directly on the other side with two back pockets with one button stitched to the inside of the pants. In the inside around the pants are several buttons stitched inside the pants. On the outside of one of pocket flaps, written in black ink in bold and medium lettering, the text reads "DUTILH". Directly below that, there are some words crossed out twice above some more black written in ink text that reads "4- 2175-1-2/27". In a small white tag on the inside of the top of the pants, in bold and black printed lettering, the text reads "W34 / L33". There are two pant legs with olive green fabric stitched along the inside of the pants.

WWII Army Pants of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Button-front olive green wool slacks have two slit pockets in back, two side pockets in front and one slit pocket at right front. There are four buttons inside the waistband, possibly for suspenders. There are fabric holes directly on the other side with two back pockets with one button stitched to the inside of the pants. In the inside around the pants are several buttons stitched inside the pants. On the outside of one of pocket flaps, written in black ink in bold and medium lettering, the text reads "DUTILH". Directly below that, there are some words crossed out twice above some more black written in ink text that reads "4- 2175-1-2/27". In

Image of 2017.015.024C - WWII Army Uniform Long-sleeved Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Khaki cotton long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front and buttons at the cuffs. Along the top of the inside of the collar, printed in black ink and in bold, the text reads "15-32". Printed in black above part of the collar, the text reads "227". Directly below the text above, printed in black, the text reads "727".

2017.015.024C - WWII Army Uniform Long-sleeved Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Khaki cotton long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front and buttons at the cuffs. Along the top of the inside of the collar, printed in black ink and in bold, the text reads "15-32". Printed in black above part of the collar, the text reads "227". Directly below the text above, printed in black, the text reads "727".

WWII Army Uniform Long-sleeved Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Khaki cotton long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front and buttons at the cuffs. Along the top of the inside of the collar, printed in black ink and in bold, the text reads "15-32". Printed in black above part of the collar, the text reads "227". Directly below the text above, printed in black, the text reads "727".

Image of 2017.015.024D - WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Khaki long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front with two spare buttons beneath, two buttons beneath back of collar and buttons at the cuffs. On a small tag directly below the collar, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "15-32". Directly below the collar, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56". Slightly above and near by the text above, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56".

2017.015.024D - WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Khaki long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front with two spare buttons beneath, two buttons beneath back of collar and buttons at the cuffs. On a small tag directly below the collar, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "15-32". Directly below the collar, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56". Slightly above and near by the text above, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56".

WWII Army Shirt of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Khaki long-sleeved dress shirt has two chest pockets with flaps, six tan buttons down the front with two spare buttons beneath, two buttons beneath back of collar and buttons at the cuffs. On a small tag directly below the collar, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "15-32". Directly below the collar, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56". Slightly above and near by the text above, written in black and bold ink, the text reads "H56".

Image of 2017.015.025 - Belt, 1961.  Short olive green belt with gold and black metal fasteners attached on each end. On one end of the belt on the back, printed in black and bold, the text  "U.S.  J.C.H.D  1961". Towards the end of the text "U.S.  J.C.H.D  1961", on one side behind the metal fastener, printed in black and bold, the text reads "36".

2017.015.025 - Belt, 1961. Short olive green belt with gold and black metal fasteners attached on each end. On one end of the belt on the back, printed in black and bold, the text "U.S. J.C.H.D 1961". Towards the end of the text "U.S. J.C.H.D 1961", on one side behind the metal fastener, printed in black and bold, the text reads "36".

Belt, 1961. Short olive green belt with gold and black metal fasteners attached on each end. On one end of the belt on the back, printed in black and bold, the text "U.S. J.C.H.D 1961". Towards the end of the text "U.S. J.C.H.D 1961", on one side behind the metal fastener, printed in black and bold, the text reads "36".

Image of 2017.015.026A-B - WWII Army Uniform Boots (A-B) of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Long brown leather shoes with two metal belt fasteners at the top, brown shoelaces in between metal holes in the middle and a nice curved edge heel with a small design of holes at the top of the shoe. On the bottom are several metal nails holding the heel around the top and end of the bottom of the heel. Embossed in bold and print on the back of the bottom of the heel on both shoes, the text reads "U.S. ARMY". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the left shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. NO 109   /   1/2 C". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the right shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. No 199  /  1/2 C".

2017.015.026A-B - WWII Army Uniform Boots (A-B) of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Long brown leather shoes with two metal belt fasteners at the top, brown shoelaces in between metal holes in the middle and a nice curved edge heel with a small design of holes at the top of the shoe. On the bottom are several metal nails holding the heel around the top and end of the bottom of the heel. Embossed in bold and print on the back of the bottom of the heel on both shoes, the text reads "U.S. ARMY". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the left shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. NO 109 / 1/2 C". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the right shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. No 199 / 1/2 C".

WWII Army Uniform Boots (A-B) of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Long brown leather shoes with two metal belt fasteners at the top, brown shoelaces in between metal holes in the middle and a nice curved edge heel with a small design of holes at the top of the shoe. On the bottom are several metal nails holding the heel around the top and end of the bottom of the heel. Embossed in bold and print on the back of the bottom of the heel on both shoes, the text reads "U.S. ARMY". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the left shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. NO 109 / 1/2 C". In the middle of the bottom of the heel on the right shoe, engraved in bold, the text reads "U.S. No 199

Image of 2017.015.28A - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small stamped text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH  /  39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A  /  C".

2017.015.28A - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small stamped text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A / C".

WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small stamped text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A / C".

Image of 2017.015.28B - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small engraved text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH  /  39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A  /  C".

2017.015.28B - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small engraved text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A / C".

WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Metal military dog tag is round in shape with a slight curve on one end and a hole on the other end. There is small engraved text at the top of the tag which both say "JOSEPH V. DUTILH / 39138990 T43-44". On the side of each dog tag in between the metal hole on each side, the text reads "A / C".

Image of 2017.015.030 - The Soldiers Friend Pearl Plate Paste, c. 1941-1945. Small round container of metal polish with a red tin cover. At the top, in the inside circle, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND". Directly below on the same inner line on the inside circle, in black and bold text, the text reads "PEARL PLATE PASTE". In between both of the text, is a small design consists of a small circle with four tiny spaced out and surrounding the small circle. In the middle of the circle, in a black background with red bold text , the text reads "FOR  /  POLISHING THE  /  METALLIC PARTS OF  /  A SOLDIERS CLOTHING  /  AND EQUIPMENT". Directly below the text above, in a red background with black text with medium lettering, the text reads "RUB THE PASTE WELL  /  ON WITH DAMP SPONGE  /  OR FINGER  AND POLISH  /  WITH BRASS BRUSH". Directly below the text above, in a black background with red cursive text, the text reads "Considyne  /  Curtis & Co.  /  Bristol". At the bottom side of the tin, in black, and bold with medium lettering, the text reads "MADE IN ENGLAND". On the back of the end cover, in black with fancy lettering, around the top, the text reads "THE ORIGINAL SOLDIER'S FRIEND". The text "ORIGINAL" is underlined. Directly below the text above, is a block of text in black and bold that reads "For Polishing  /  the metallic parts  /  of a Soldier's Clothing  /  and Equipment". Directly under the text, is a line break design that consists of two lines with two ends end in a "Y" shape surrounding a small circle. Underneath the line design break, is some more block of black text that reads "Rub the Paste well on  /  with damp sponge or  /  finger and polish  /  with brass brush". There are little dots in front of each word in front or end on all four lines. Underneath the text above, in small and black lettering, the text reads "Free from Acid".

2017.015.030 - The Soldiers Friend Pearl Plate Paste, c. 1941-1945. Small round container of metal polish with a red tin cover. At the top, in the inside circle, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND". Directly below on the same inner line on the inside circle, in black and bold text, the text reads "PEARL PLATE PASTE". In between both of the text, is a small design consists of a small circle with four tiny spaced out and surrounding the small circle. In the middle of the circle, in a black background with red bold text , the text reads "FOR / POLISHING THE / METALLIC PARTS OF / A SOLDIERS CLOTHING / AND EQUIPMENT". Directly below the text above, in a red background with black text with medium lettering, the text reads "RUB THE PASTE WELL / ON WITH DAMP SPONGE / OR FINGER AND POLISH / WITH BRASS BRUSH". Directly below the text above, in a black background with red cursive text, the text reads "Considyne / Curtis & Co. / Bristol". At the bottom side of the tin, in black, and bold with medium lettering, the text reads "MADE IN ENGLAND". On the back of the end cover, in black with fancy lettering, around the top, the text reads "THE ORIGINAL SOLDIER'S FRIEND". The text "ORIGINAL" is underlined. Directly below the text above, is a block of text in black and bold that reads "For Polishing / the metallic parts / of a Soldier's Clothing / and Equipment". Directly under the text, is a line break design that consists of two lines with two ends end in a "Y" shape surrounding a small circle. Underneath the line design break, is some more block of black text that reads "Rub the Paste well on / with damp sponge or / finger and polish / with brass brush". There are little dots in front of each word in front or end on all four lines. Underneath the text above, in small and black lettering, the text reads "Free from Acid".

The Soldiers Friend Pearl Plate Paste, c. 1941-1945. Small round container of metal polish with a red tin cover. At the top, in the inside circle, in black and bold printed text, the text reads "THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND". Directly below on the same inner line on the inside circle, in black and bold text, the text reads "PEARL PLATE PASTE". In between both of the text, is a small design consists of a small circle with four tiny spaced out and surrounding the small circle. In the middle of the circle, in a black background with red bold text , the text reads "FOR / POLISHING THE / METALLIC PARTS OF / A SOLDIERS CLOTHING / AND EQUIPMENT". Directly below the text above, in a red background wi

Image of 2017.015.029 - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945.  Rectangular square metal dog tag with small and engraved text that reads "JOSEPH DUTILH  /  704 SAN MATEO DR  /  SAN MATEO CAL  /  36018   C". On one side of the dog tag, there is a hole with some beige cotton rope tied to the end of the hole.

2017.015.029 - WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Rectangular square metal dog tag with small and engraved text that reads "JOSEPH DUTILH / 704 SAN MATEO DR / SAN MATEO CAL / 36018 C". On one side of the dog tag, there is a hole with some beige cotton rope tied to the end of the hole.

WWII Army Dog Tag of Joseph Dutilh, c. 1941-1945. Rectangular square metal dog tag with small and engraved text that reads "JOSEPH DUTILH / 704 SAN MATEO DR / SAN MATEO CAL / 36018 C". On one side of the dog tag, there is a hole with some beige cotton rope tied to the end of the hole.