88th Armored Recon. Bn. - Troop A
| 88-Hq | 88-A | 88-B | 88-C | 88-D | 88-E | 88-F | 88-Svc | Index |
T/4 Peters, Cpl Parisi, and T/5 Skeels, 88-A
unk, unk, Herman Botelho, 88-A
Members of Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band
Members of Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band
Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band performing
Member of Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band
Paul J. Harriman, Jr, 88-A, member of Bob Clithero's band
Bob Clithero, leader of Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band
Member of Bob Clithero and his Cavaliers Band
George Raso, 88-B, and Paul J. Harriman, Jr., 88-A
Cpl. Paul J. Harriman, Jr, 88-A
Bob Clithero and the Cavaliers Band load for a gig
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers in Concert - I
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers in Concert - II
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers in Concert - III
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers in Concert - IV
Cavaliers on Truck - Harriman, 88-A, Boethelo, 88-A, Graham, 88-Svc
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers - Group Photo
Bob Clithero & the Cavaliers - Sightseeing
Cavaliers - Danny Terry, Unk, and Frank 'Flip' Casino, 7-HqC
Cavaliers - Bob Clithero, 88-A, on Trumpet
Cavaliers - Frank 'Flip' Casino, 7-HqC, on Sax
Cavaliers - George Raso, 88-B, on Drums
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    Bob Clithero and the Cavaliers Band:
Name UnitInstrumentHometown
PFC Bob Clithero unk Trumpet, Band Leader Chicago, IL
T/5 Tommy Davis unk Guitar Kansas City, MO
Cpl Paul J. Harriman, Jr. 88-A PianoNewtonville, MA
PFC Leon W. "Tex" Graham 88-Svc Bass Violin Lancaster, PA
PFC George Raso 88-B Drums Brooklyn, NY
PFC Danny Terry unk Trombone Illinois
PFC Frank 'Flip' Casino * 7-HqC Sax/Clarinet Astoria, Long Island, NY
T/5 Herman Botelho 88-A Trumpet Fall River, MA

    The band members came from Troops A, B, E, Hq, 88th Recon Bn. and HqC, 7th AIB.

    * 'Flip' Casino was one of my 7 roommates in the ASTP program at the Univ. of Detroit in 1943. We were transferred to the 8th Armored Division in Feb. 1944. OET



Original 1945 shellac recordings
of the Cavaliers Band:
  "Sentimental Journey"

  "Boogie Woogie"

  "I Found a New Baby"


The original songs were
converted to MP3 format for
use on the website.