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NSTCW Vol. 36 No. 5
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NSTCW Vol. 36 No. 5

Cover

"The Golden Horseshoe Guy," photo by Jack W. Melton, Jr., composition by Steve Sylvia, artifacts courtesy the Joe Haile Collection. Cover story on p. 34.


Contents

Who Fired the Spherical Case? by Robert H. Gregory

West Woods artifact research

Henry Cole Had Had Enough by Dr. Carl Golightly

A Wisconsin corporal walks away

Family Lore Confirmed by Carl Kindervater

Aunt Mildred was right

COVER STORY

The Golden Horseshoe Guy: Interview with Joe Haile by Stephen W. Sylvia

How does he do it?

A Gallery of Moores by Doug Eberhart

Small but significant .41 rimfires

On the Path to Corinth by Ray Treece

Western Theatre expectations exceeded

The Outsiders by Daniel J. Binder

Makeshift photo studios in the field

Fan of the 44th Massachusetts by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher

Nellie the Flirt gathers autographs

Lt. Dodd�s Tiffany Sword by Stanley B. Smullen III

An excellent reason to answer the phone


"Would of Kild Mee"
by staff

A New York soldier writes of a near miss


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