||Winnebago County Historical Commission
||Oshkosh Public Museum
||Gelatin print of Raymond Kuebler.
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||Candid outdoor view of Tech Sergeant Raymond Kuebler. He is standing in front of a tent wearing a wool shirt and garrison cap with distinctive unit insignia, and leaning on a guidon. The guidon is marked "12 and B[and]". Copy image made by the OPM in the 1940s.
Raymond Kuebler was born in Oshkosh, WI circa 1920, the son of George O. and Minnie Kuebler. He graduated from Oshkosh High School where he played in the band. He enlisted in the band of the 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, Wisconsin National Guard, and was called to active duty in 1940. The Division shipped to the Pacific where they fought at Buna, New Guinea and in the Philippines. Raymond was hospitalized and died January 9, 1944.
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World War II
United States Army
127th United States Infantry
Pacific Theater of Operations
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