Prisoner of war
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Unprocessed — Box Copies 1
Collection — Box Korea 3, Folder: 1-7
Collection — Document-box Resource Copies 1
Overview 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.
Dates: 1941 - 1946
Dates: 1941 December 2 - 1945 September 13
Collection — Box WWII 22, Folder: 7
Overview 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.
Dates: 1942 September 25 - 1954 May 16
Dates: 2017 April 21
Scope and Contents 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.
Collection — Document-box 1-2
Overview This collection consists of 260 correspondence to and between Lieutenant Merrill Ludwig Walker, United States Army Air Force and his wife Dolores Lorraine (Kimbro) Walker before and during the Second World War. Included are letters between the Walkers and other authors as well as greeting cards, papers, and pamphlets.
Dates: 1938 - 1952; Majority of material found within 1943 - 1944