World War, 1939-1945 -- London -- Personal narratives
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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Clazie Family collection includes correspondence to and from members of the Clazie family during World War II. The majority of the collection is composed of letters from Navy Seabee George Clazie, who served in Hawaii and the South Pacific during World War II. There are also letters from civil servant Christine Robertson to her daughter Florence Clazie about life in London during the war.
Collection — Document-box 1
Overview 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.
Collection — Box WWII 19, Folder: 12
Overview 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.
Collection — Box WWII 55, Folder: 8, Folder: 1
Overview 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.
Collection — Document-box 1, Folder: 2
Overview This collection contains a single letter, envelope and photograph from Stella Wheeler.