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Atomic bomb -- Japan

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Roberta Armor Second World War correspondence

 Collection — Box WWII 1, Folder: 4-11, Folder: 1-8
Identifier: 2014-039-w-r

This collection contains correspondence written to Roberta Armor by friends and family during the Second World War.

Dates: 1943 April 12 - 1945 August 12

Philip E. DeKorn Second World War correspondence and personal narrative

 Collection — Box WWII 37, Folder: 16, Folder: 1
Identifier: 2020-110-w-r

This collection contains thirty letters, original, and a personal narrative from RdM2/c Philip E. DeKorn, USN during the Second World War. Also included is biographical information and ship history.

Dates: 1945 September 7 - 1946 February 5

Wilder V. Immel '35 World War II Atomic Bomb Protest Scrapbook

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: 2009-055-r

A scrapbook documenting the protest of the dropping of the nuclear weapons on Japan during World War II by a San Francisco preacher during the war.

Dates: 1945 - 1985; Majority of material found in 1945 - 1945

Walter Keeler Second World War correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2016-134-w-rd

This collection contains over 360 correspondence between T/Sgt. Walter Keeler, USAAF, and his wife, Florence, during the Second World War. Also included are several greeting cards from Walter to Florence.

Dates: 1944 September 10 - 1946 December 26

Series 1, Correspondence from Walter Keeler, 1945-02-13 - 1946-11-26

 Series — Box WWII 22, Folder: 1-5
Scope and Contents This series contains 185 correspondence written by T/SGT Walter Keeler, USAAF to his wife Florence (neƩ Mesner) in the year 1945. These correspondence cover the earliest days of their relationship through the first few months of their marriage.The majority of Walter's correspondence are romantic in nature and, for the most part, discuss two things: the weather - usually in the first paragraph - and his love for Florence. All other topics are, more or less, incidental: even VE Day...
Dates: 1945-02-13 - 1946-11-26