World War (1939-1945) -- Prisoners and prisons
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a bound booklet of 33 photocopied letters between Lt. Robert B. Fugate, USA and his parents. Fugate served in the Philippines, surviving Bataan and a P.O.W. camp before being killed in a Manila Bay bombing.
This collection consists of two poster notices of Japanese American evacuation and internment during World War Two, 1942.
This collection contains correspondence and other materials concerning Cpl. Fred Lycett Lenney Jr., USAAF during the Second World War.
This collection contains 32 letters and postcards written by SSgt. Lester B. Levy, USAAC to his fiance Julie Kostbar during the Second World War. One letter was written by Kostbar to Levy. Also included in the collection are four photographs, one newspaper clipping, one personal account, and three pages of biographical information. Levy died in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Philippines in July of 1942.
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 16 letters and V-Mail from T/4 Forrest W. Lohnes, USA to his brother Burton H. Lohnes during the Second World War. Also included is one letter to Burton from Lt. Ernest W. Carlson, USA.
This collection contains correspondence from Sgt. Cloyd C. McMurry, USMC to his mother and sister from a POW camp in Japan during the Second World War. Also included are photocopies of letters and telegrams relating to his death as a prisoner.
This collection contains correspondence from SSgt. Kent I. Powers, USAAF to his family and friends during the Second World War.
This series contains one Certificate of Identity of Noncombatant for Capt. Gretchen H. Yoffa, at the time the equivalent of a Second Lieutenant. There is identifying information and an entitlement statement explaining Capt. Yoffa's priveleges as an officer of the Army of the United States should she be captured by the enemy. The cerificate was meant to be pocket carried and is signed by First Lieutenant Elmer F. Poelke, Adjutant General, United States Army.
This collection contains papers and realia of Lowell R. Sigler (1915-1998), who served with the 380th MP Battalion, during World War II.