Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Object All
Overview This collection consists of several small Armed Services Edition books printed for distribution to American military servicemen/women overseas during World War II from 1943 to 1946. The books feature an array of non-fiction titles as well as classics, poetry, cartoons, biographies and fiction titles of various genres. The published books are complete works and not merely digests.
Collection — Box WWII 111, Folder: 11, Folder: 1
Overview This collection contains eight letters from LtCol. Theodore Babbitt, USA to his sister Eleanor Babbitt during the Second World War. Also included is one photocopied obituary for Babbitt.
Dates: 1943 April 18 - 1946 May 09
Collection — Box WWI 1, Folder: 8, Folder: 1
Overview This collection contains correspondence from Pvt. Mack E. Franklin, USA to Laura Stanley, his friend's cousin's wife, during the First World War. Of particular note are letters pertaining to racial tensions.
Dates: 1919-02 - 1919-08
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — Box Korea 5, Folder: 5
Overview This collection contains sixteen correspondence that Eugene J. Kamprath received during the Korean War. The letters were written by Eugene's, PFC Albert D. Flowerday, USA and PFC Edward H.erman Sautter, USA.
Dates: 1951 April 22 - 1952 July 28
Collection — Box (1)
Overview This collection is a gift of Penni McRoberts, granddaughter of Corporal Raymon Frank McRoberts. It contains one Class A uniform jacket (US Marines), one Purple Heart medal, seven ribbons, one photograph, and a box with two shell bracelets from Guadalcanal, South Pacific.
Collection — Box WWI 13, Folder: 16
Sub-Series — Box 2s2, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents This series contains photographs of African-Americans in the military, 1970-1973. Photographs include candid press photographs of high ranking African-American military personnel and military action photographs. The series portrays the signficant roles African-American played in the U.S. military. Notable photographs include Major General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. (highest ranking African-American in U.S. Armed Forces), Captain Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. (first African-American to become an admiral...
Dates: 1965 - 1973
Overview 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.
Dates: 1919 - 1919
Collection — Box Korea 1, Folder: 7, Folder: 1
Overview This collection contains correspondence written to Gary Whiteley from two soldiers serving overseas during the Korean War. The two authors were Sgt. Robert J. Gendaszek, USA and PFC John Horner, USA.
Dates: 1953 January - August