Mr. Garmon: My father was the the seargent in the Signal Corps for that division. He has a trunk full of photographs of men eating, receiving letters, etc. Unfortunately, nothing is organized. Do you know if your brother or his unit were routed to Wildbad Krueth in Munich, Germany for their separation? It was a German health resort that the Army took residence in to use for the the location for the military men to come, rest, get their seperation orders, and then head out. My father's corp was assigned the task of shooting a photograph of each man that came through that facility, for their file. He has many photographs of units or groups of GIs that asked that my father to take a picture of them as group, for posterity. Mostly they are pictures of the men joking around, such as the one of a group of guys holding one GI down while another is about to shave him with a straight edge razor. My father often talked about that time because the war was over and the men coming through were in a happy celebrating mode. Anyway, my dad often wrote brief notes on the back of the photographs. When I can get a free moment, I will go into the attick and search the trunk for any photographswith your brother's name and or description.