World War (1939-1945) -- Homefront
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
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.
This collection contains letters to and from Private First Class Danver Johns and his parents Moss and Amy Johns during the Second World War. It also contains letters to Amy Johns from various correspondents and seven photographs and newspaper clippings.
This collection contain correspondence from Maj.Henry Anthony "Stump" Kennedy Sr., USA to his parents Austin J. and Annie Kennedy and his sister Elna Kennedy during the Second World War. The collection also contains correspondence to Henry Kennedy from his army buddies, as well as correspondence from his wife Naomi to his parents.
This collection contains correspondence and other materials pertaining to the accidental death of PFC Leon Bruce Kravik, USAAF, during training in 1942 during the Second World War.
This collection contains two correspondence from T/Sgt. William W. Lasswell, USA to friends during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence sent from Sgt. Harry B. Lilja, USMC to his wife Margaret Lilja. The remainder of the collection contains correspondence from Margaret to Sgt. Lilja as well as correspondence between Sgt. Lilja and various authors.
This collection contains correspondence to and from Major General Howard E. McCormick to his family and friends during the Second World War and the Cold War. The collection also contains ephemera, photographs, and military documents of McCormick's service.
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.
This collection contains correspondence from Capt. James N. Morton, USAAF, to his family during the Second World War, as well as one letter from his son, Sgt. James E. Morton, USA, to his sister Barbara.
This collections contains 570 correspondence between Lt. John G. Newitt, USA and his wife Elizabeth, as well as correspondence to his aunts and miscellaneous correspondence to and from Lt. Newitt during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from Sergeant Neil C. Pascoe during the Second World War and Michael L. Watson during the Vietnam War. Also includes newspaper clippings from 1943 to 1944 and Pascoe's veteran information card.
This folder contains papers pertaining to Ralph Leatherby, including his Army discharge papers and two copies of an article about him in high school.
This collection contains the correspondence of Russell A. Sandgren who sent twelve letters to Philip Santonocito during the Second World War, as well as one photograph, five cards, and six sketches.
This collection contains correspondence from Waldemar Scherer to his son Sgt. Richard P. Scherer, USMC, and one scrapbook of letters written to Waldemar's newpaper column.
This collection contains letters correspondence written to Sgt. Harry Scotidas, USAAF, and Mary Mantos by family and friends during the Second World War.
This collection contains a series of photocopied letters written by Adeline "Sue" Seifert to her husband Glen D. McClure during the Second World War.
This series contains two correspondence to Danver Johns from his mother, Amy Johns, and a woman named Barbara, whose relationship to Johns is unknown. In the letter from his mother, she mostly talks about their farm and what has happened in her life recently. In the letter from Barbara she talks about the weather, asks when he's coming back, talks about his parents, his farm, his stationery, a dream she had, a show she saw, and her prom.
This collection contains a single letter, envelope and photograph from Stella Wheeler.