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This collection contains correspondence written by Pvt. Frank L. Swede, Jr., USA to his family during the Second World War.
A political cartoon by artist Cloyd Sweigert.
This collection contains the correspondence of 1stLt. Pete N. Swisher, USA to his friend Robin Gordon during the Vietnam War. The collection also contains some poems copied by Swisher, a photograph of Swisher, and an issue of Stars and Stripes, Pacific newspaper.
This collection contains one letter from Pvt. Karl Switzer, AEF to his father Albert during the First World War.
This collection contains material donated by Frances Stephanie Szalay from her time in service in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) during and after the Second World War.
The collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, documents, and books, belonging to Cantor Leopold Szneer and Isabelle Szneer. Parents, family, and friends of Leopold and Isabelle are featured prominently as well. In addition, the collection comprises prayer books, and prayer clothing including a Tallit and Shabbat apron, as well as, a parochet, the curtain that covers the Torah.
This collection contains one correspondence written by Pvt. Sturges Phoenix Taggart, Supply Company, 120th Field Artillery, 2nd Battalion, USA, to his sister, Alice Delight Taggart.
This collection contains one letter written by TSgt. Christian J. Taranta, USAF to his sister-in-law's fourth grade class during the Iraq War.
This collection contains a letter from Marilynn Teague describing her grandmother's aquaintance with Albert Schweitzer.
This collection contains one letter written by Jack E. Telling, United States Marine Corps to Mary S. Brookes during the Vietnam War.
This collection contains 18 correspondence between members of the Temple family from 1857 to 1924, including correspondence from Charles W. Temple while serving during the Philippine-American War.
One French and Indian War movement order.
The 158th Infantry Regiment, as known as the "Bushmasters" is an infantry unit of the Arizona National Guard. The 158th Infantry Regiment went to France in August 1917. The 158th Infantry was positioned to act as a guard of honor to President Woodrow Wilson during his residence in France in 1918, and the 158th Infantry Band was chosen as Wilson’s honorary band. The regiment completed its federal service on May 3, 1919.
In 2002, The 1939 Society celebrated its 50th anniversary. For five decades, The '1939' Society has been dedicated to the remembrance of the Holocaust and to Holocasut Education. This item is a program with the itinerary, benefactors, and patrons of the commenmorative event.
This collection was donated by The Book Shop, LLC and contains an assortment of letters written by various authors spanning from 1916 to 1977.
This collection contains one letter written by David Van Buren Thompson to his mother Dinah Johnson Freeman during the Civil War. Also included is a photocopy of a US Federal census in Tolland county, Connecticut (1850), and a non-original envelope with contextual information provided by the donor.
This collection contains seven correspondence from PFC Wendell B. Thomson, AEF to his sister and mother during the First World War. Also included is one letter from Sgt. Howard Welch which appears to be addressed to the husband of Thomson's sister.
This collection contains correspondence from S1/C John J. "Jack" Thorpe, USN to his sister, Lena and her family during the Second World War. The collection also includes photographs, military documents, and one obituary. Also included are transcripts of the letters, provided by the donor.
This collection contains letters, photographs, newspaper clippings and a page from a book about the family of Sergeant John G. Thursby, United States Army, before and during the Second World War.
Finding Aid for The Ralph L. Tomlinson Toy Collection.
This collection consists of one letter from Alan Tompkins, USN, to his family, dated May 21, 1967.
This collection contains correspondence from three soldiers to Myrtle Tracy during the Second World War Two.
This collection contains four correspondence received by PFC Ronald Lee Trostle, USASA, in 1958 at Fort Meade, MD. One of the letters is a photocopy.
This collection contains correspondence written by Sgt. George V. Tudor, USMCR during the Second World War. The collection also contains postmortem correspondence and other papers.
This collection contains 70 correspondence from Sgt. Lee Umlauf, USA, to his parents in Ashland, PA during the Vietnam War.
This collection contains two photocopied correspondence written by Cpl. Jesse M. Underwood, USA to unknown recipients during the Philippine-American War. This collection also contains two photocopied transcription of the photocopied correspondence, a photocopied photograph, and two printed documents.
Photographs from the United Press International Los Angeles stock photo office. Coverage is approximately 1930-1978 with the bulk of the photographs 1969-1977.