World War (1939-1945)
Found in 862 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 262 letters between Corporal Edwin B. Lasher and his wife, Jeanie, during the Second World War.
This collection contains two correspondence from T/Sgt. William W. Lasswell, USA to friends during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Myron O. Sappington, USA, and PFC Raul Labardini, USA, during the Second World War. The collection also includes one original and three copies of photographs.
This collection contains one correspondence written by Sgt. Albert J. Leblanc, USA to his parents during the Second World War. Also included is a photograph of Sgt. Leblanc.
This collection contains correspondence between Sgt. William Harold Lee, USAAF, and his family during the Second World War. Lee was stationed in the Pacific and served in New Guinea, Australia, the Philippines, and Okinawa.
This collection contains two letters from SSgt. Edward J. Lenhardt, USAAC to John Ladwein during the Second World War. Also included with one of the letters is a black and white photograph of SSgt. Lenhardt.
This collection contains correspondence and other materials concerning Cpl. Fred Lycett Lenney Jr., USAAF during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence written by SSgt. William A. LeNoir, USAAC to his girlfriend, Ada Ketterlinus, during the Second World War. LeNoir worked behind the lines in the USAAC and spent time in England and France.
The Frances Fay Brunstein Papers consist of personal papers of Frances Fay Brunstein Levine who traveled extensively as an economist for the United States government in the 1950's. The papers include Frances' own writings and correspondence, travel brochures from her travel in Asia and elsewhere, an extensive collection of propaganda from Asian nations, Latin American nations, and the United States.
This collection contains 32 letters and postcards written by SSgt. Lester B. Levy, USAAC to his fiance Julie Kostbar during the Second World War. One letter was written by Kostbar to Levy. Also included in the collection are four photographs, one newspaper clipping, one personal account, and three pages of biographical information. Levy died in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Philippines in July of 1942.
This collection contains correspondence sent from Sgt. Harry B. Lilja, USMC to his wife Margaret Lilja. The remainder of the collection contains correspondence from Margaret to Sgt. Lilja as well as correspondence between Sgt. Lilja and various authors.
This collection contains correspondence written to Ray Claude Lobdell, USMM from his mother Mrs. H.M. Lobdell during the Second World War Two. A series of completed military test sheets was also included with the correspondence.
This collection contains 16 letters and V-Mail from T/4 Forrest W. Lohnes, USA to his brother Burton H. Lohnes during the Second World War. Also included is one letter to Burton from Lt. Ernest W. Carlson, USA.