MUDD, RICHARD DYER Papers. 1924-1962
Published January 18, 2008
4.2 cu ft
Call No. 168.7084
IRIS Nos. 1023822-1023868
(1901- ?) Colonel. USAFR, 1926-1961. Born 24 January 1901, Saginaw, MI. BA, 1921; MA, 1922; PhD, 1925; MD, 1926, Georgetown U. Commissioned First Lieutenant, Medical Reserve, June 1926; ordered to active duty as Major, April 1941. Career assignments include: Surgeon, San Antonio Air Service Command, 1942-1946, and Surgeon, various USAFR units, 1946-1961. Retired January 1961.
Personal papers relating to Mudd's medical service in World War II and as member of USAFR, 1946-1961. Includes official correspondence, memoranda and reports while Surgeon of San Antonio Air Service Command, primarily relating to industrial safety. Includes maps of San Antonio Air Depot (1943). Also includes materials from various medical reserve officer training courses and 1957 tour of various United States Air Forces in Europe facilities. Contains material from Industrial College of the Armed Forces course entitled "Emergency Management of the National Economy' (September 1950). Includes some personal correspondence pertaining to flight pay status for flight surgeons (1946-1960). Also contains some copies of Mudd's personnel records (1924-1962).