Donald Lawrence Stuber, 1918-2007 [RG5700.AM]


RG5700.AM:  Donald Lawrence Stuber, 1918-2007

Papers:  1942-1950, 1965; mostly 1943-1944

Fort Robinson, Neb.:  War dog trainer & supply sergeant

Size:  0.75 cu.ft.; 2 boxes


This collection consists of papers relating to Donald Stuber’s service as a war dog trainer and supply sergeant at Fort Robinson, Nebraska during World War II. Materials include lists of equipment, invoices, receipts and shipping lists for materials received at Fort Robinson, as well as various field and technical manuals issued by the U.S. War Department.


See RG1517 and RG0501 for additional records relating to Fort Robinson. The NSHS Nebraska History Museum holds several artifacts relating to Donald L. Stuber’s military career. Not all items are on exhibit. Interested researchers must contact the Museum Collections office to schedule an appointment.



Dogs — War use

Fort Robinson (Neb.: Fort)

Stuber, Donald Lawrence, 1918-2007

World War, 1939-1945 — Equipment and supplies


TMM   09-09-2010

Encoded TMM   09-28-2010

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