United States. -- Navy
Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains one letter from S1/C Joseph M. Accurso, USN to Bill and Flo in Chicago, Illinois during the Second World War.
This collection contains 351 correspondence written to Ruth A. Adams by soldiers and sailors during the Second World War, including various holiday cards. Most of the collection, 307 letters, were written by EM3/C Eugene A. "Gene" Gasseaux, USN (USS Jobb). There were ten other soldiers and sailors, as well as six civilian authors of postcards and letters.
This collection contains approximately 28 correspondence to and from Theresa Allen during the Gulf War.
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.
This collection contains correspondence written to Roberta Armor by friends and family during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from Ens. Charles T. Bedell, USNR, to his friends John and Kay Miller during the Second World War.
This collection contains 70 letters written by LCDR George F. Brown, USN to his family during the Second World War. This collection also contains two memos sent to Brown, 26 photographs, three postcards, and six ephemera items.
This collection contains seven correspondence from CWO Charles T. Bryant, USN to Bernard Bryant during the Vietnam War.
This collection contains one uniform and five photographs of or from QM 1/C Clinton M. Bush, USN from his service during the First World War.
This collection contains nine correspondence between the Cleenput brothers during the Second World War. Seven of the letters were written by Cpl. Jacob Cleenput, USA to his brother Peter Cleenput, Jr. and his family. One letter was written by Peter to Jacob and one letter was written by P02. Frank Cleenput, USS American Legion, USN to Peter.
This collection contains correspondence written by Gary George Cotter, John Thomas Cotter, George Joseph Cotter Jr., and Lawrence (Larry) Jerome Cotter to their parents and siblings during the Vietnam War.
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 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.
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 six original correspondence from various authors written to Ruth Fish during the Second World War. Also included is one photocopied Civil War letter from James H. Lord to his father in 1861.
This collection contains two letters from CWO4 Argyle W. "Joe" Foutch, USN to his wife Ethel, and one from Ethel to Argyle, during the Cold War. Also included are two military documents and one newsletter saved by Foutch.
This collection contains correspondence and clippings pertaining to the Friesz brothers of Keytesville, Missouri during the Second World War and Korea, including: John R. Friesz, LCDR Robert P. Friesz, USN, Lt. Elmo W. Friesz, USMCR, and SSgt. Walter E. Friesz, USMC.
This collection contains contains correspondence to AMM Edward Donald Gehring primarily, USN, from his mother, Elizabeth, his grandmother, Ethel, his aunt, Madeline, and her mother's employer, Ralph Dox, during and after the Second World War.
This collection contains one letter from John P. Grey, USN to his mother during the Second World War.
This collection consists of 43 pieces of correspondence written by S.E. "Doc" Harold to his fiancee and then wife, Olynda Weber Harold from 1934-1945 while he served in the United States Navy.
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 contains 22 correspondence from Corpsman David Huelsmann to his parents during the Vietnam War. Also included is an issue of "the Transit."