World War (1939-1945) -- Homefront
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 600 correspondence between Pvt. Jack P. Bell, USA and Evabel Bell during the Second World War. Also included are greeting cards, newspaper clippings, and other documents.
This collection contains letters to TSgt. Harry A. Berger, USAAF from friends and family during the Second World War. Also included are one a small photograph of Harry A. Berger, some miscellaneous ephemera and one copy of Yank magazine from May of 1945.
This collection contains correspondence written by Jeanne Blackburn to her boyfriend, Paul Gunnison (branch of service unknown), during the Second World War.
This collection consists of one carbon copy letter from Bob [unknown last name] USMM to his family, during World War II.
This collectin contains eight correspondence from Anne Kallas to her fiancee SSgt O.V. "Jack" Burgman, USAAF, and one return letter during the Second World War.
The Clazie Family collection includes correspondence to and from members of the Clazie family during the Second World War. The majority of the collection is composed of letters from Seabee George Clazie, USN who served in Hawaii and the South Pacific during the war. There are also letters from civil servant Christine Robertson to her daughter Florence Clazie about life in London during the war.
This collection contains the correspondence of Sergeant Charles E. Conn, United States Army and his wife, Mary Ann (Maki) Conn, during the Second World War. Also included are other correspondence, photographs, ephemera, postcards, cards, and various realia collected during the war.
This collection contains two books compiled by Capos C. "Chip" Culpepper based on the correspondence of his father, T/Sgt. Conley E. Culpepper, USAAF and mother, Delphia J. Ashley during the Second World War, as well as digital copies kept on a flash drive.
This collection contains correspondence from SF 1/C Sidney Dashevsky, USN to his fiancee Emily Van Gelder during the Second World War. Dashevsky was was deployed for almost the entire time he knew her during this correspondence, from 1943 to 1946.
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.
This collection contains letters and written correspondence from Sgt. David Ebner, 2nd Battalion, 111th "Associators" Infantry Regiment, USA, duirng the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence written to Mary G. Fitzgerald from various senders during the Second World War. Also included are a book of letters on CD, photographs, a baby book, and various periodicals.
This collection contains two Letters and one memo of Loretta Golino, who worked at Norris Stamping and Manufacturing in Los Angeles during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence and records relating to Sgt. William S. Harker, USAAF. According to information provided by the donor, Harker was a medic during World War II.
This collection contains the diaries, photographs and realia of Col. Arthur L. Hecht, USA created between 1941-1980.
This collection contains correspondence written by numerous authors sent to Ruth Hoffman during the Second World War. Also included are photos and other documents.
This collection contains correspondence written between Ch. (Col.) William B. Hood, USAAF and members of his family and friends during the Second World War. Also included are postcards, forms, pamphlets and newspapers, documents, a short biography, and a photograph of Ch. (Col.) Hood in uniform.
This collection contains one scrapbook compiled by Veronica MacDonald Hubert and her husband Leo Hubert during the Second World War. It contains letters and cards from soldiers with whom they worked at a factory in Collinsville, Massachusetts, as well as some clippings.
This collection consists of letters recieved by Hugh Galt from English school children during World War Two as part of a Pen Pal or "Hands Across the Sea" correspondence program during childhood.
This collection consists of two poster notices of Japanese American evacuation and internment during World War Two, 1942.