World War (1939-1945)
Found in 855 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs, papers and correspondence relating to the service of LtCol. Albert Wesley Dillon, USAAF during the Second World War. The papers include military records, promotions and citations, and retirement papers, and more. Also included is some ephemera collected while overseas in Iran and Guam, as well as biographical information provided by the donor.
This collection contains correspondence, photographs and biographical information from S/Sgt. Marion T. Disbennett, USAAF, during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from Sgt. John Stewart Dolcater to his mother Alma during the Second World War.
This collection contains 1 correspondence written by Lt. Anthony Dolgiela, USAAF to his friend Joe J. Leniant during the Second World War. This was Dolgiela's last letter, dated February 10, 1945 just 6 days before he was killed during a bombing raid on Regensburg, Germany on February 16, 1945.
This collection contains correspondence from Lt. James Edward Doole, Jr., USN to his mother during the Second World War.
This collection consists of original correspondence from Lt. Richard N. Doolittle, USN to his wife Ruth during the Second World War, as well as various correspondence to the Doolittles before the war began and some ephemera from time spent overseas. Also included is a summary inventory created by the donor that lists dates, summaries, and locations of each letter in the collection.
The collection is comprised of unpublished manuscripts written by Dr. Isabella Wiener, both handwritten and typed. There is a bound manuscript titled "The Killer Among Us." The collection also contains items documenting Winer, including newspaper clippings, her resume, and photographs.
This collection contains written correspondences from Cpl. James A. Dunbar, USAAF to his family during the Second World War. Also included are correspondences from his mother, Mrs. Beulah Dunbar, to him during his employment to Lockheed Missiles and Space Company.
This collection contains correspondence between Cpt. Daniel Ambrose Dunnigan, USA and his wife Annette Rita Macri Dunnigan during the Second World War.