World War (1939-1945)
Found in 860 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 28 correspondence to the Hager Family during the First World War and Second World War. The majority of correspondence were written by Pvt. Louis Hager, AEF to his brother Frank Hager during the First World War. Six letters were written by various authors to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hager during the Second World War between January 1943 and July 1948. Also included are v-mail, postcards, empty envelopes, stationery, greeting cards, mess tickets, and meal ration stamps.
This collection contains seven V-Mail from Pvt. Calvin C. Lungren, USA to his brother and parents during the Second World War. Also included is one Western Union Telegram informing his parents of his injuries in France.
This collection contains correspondence between John P. Malbrain and his wife Jeanne, along with other members of both their respective families, during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from several relations of the Wappner family from Mansfield, Ohio sent to William and Helen Wappner, during the Second World War. The correspondence were sent from brothers, cousins and a friend of Helen's husband, William H. Wappner, as well as one from her brother to her sister. Also included are several photographs, biographies of each author, and some clippings.
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Tony Mantuano, USMCR to his mother during the Second World War. Also included are several clippings relating to Marines in the war.
This collection contains fourty-eight carbon copies of narratives written by TSgt. Murrey Marder, USMC during the Second World War.