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Huber, Clem Henry - World War II Registration Card

Clem Henry Huber was residing at 1447 Lawton in Indianapolis and his telephone number was "GA 3447". The record shows he was born on 22 Dec 1886 in Franklin [County], Indiana. He was married to Margarett and worked at Consolidated Construction Company, located at Camp Atterbury, Johnson County, Indiana.

According to Wikipedia, construction of Camp Atterbury commenced shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor. More than 1,500 wood frame buildings were constructed, sized to hold more than one army infantry division. During World War II, Camp Atterbury was home to the U.S. 39th Evacuation Hospital, and the 101st Infantry Battalion (Separate) and four U.S. Army infantry divisions, the 30th, 83rd, 92nd, and 106th, trained here. Most likely, Clem helped build Camp Atterbury.

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