Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photocopied photographs, a transcribed newspaper clipping, and a photocopied letter with a donor made transcription from SSgt. Warren L. Brandt, USAAF during the Second World War.
This collection contains correspondence from ENG2/C Robert Orville Carver, USN to his mother and sister during the First World War. Also included are documents and other materials such as various naval orders, documents informing the family of his death, newspaper clippings, and one small photograph.
This collection contains correspondence by PFC William "Bill" Fee, USA, and his parents, Dwight and Lucille Fee, during his service with the 11th Armored Division during the Second World War.
This collection consists of a coconut sent by Capt. David Clark Fransen, USAAF, to his daughter Susan during the Second World War. The collection also contains supplemental material pertaining to Capt. Fransen and his daughter Susan. A photo of Susan and a photo of Capt. Fransen, as well as photocopies of material related to the coconut and Capt. Fransen's military service.
This collection contains articles, photographs and documents from the service of CCM A. John F. Kelley, USN during the Interwar and Second World War periods, from 1928 to 1945. Included are personal accounts of travelling the Pacific in peace time and fighting in the Pacific during the Second World War, as well as documents pertaining to the USS Macon.
This collection contains correspondence and other materials concerning Cpl. Fred Lycett Lenney Jr., USAAF during the Second World War.
This collection contains seven V-Mail from Pvt. Calvin C. Lungren, USA to his brother and parents during the Second World War. Also included is one Western Union Telegram informing his parents of his injuries in France.
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Tony Mantuano, USMCR to his mother during the Second World War. Also included are several clippings relating to Marines in the war.
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Kenneth Kenyan Orbaker, USA to his friend Marion Miller before the First World War.
This collection contains correspondence and documents pertaining to the death of Seaman First Class John Norman Vachet, United States Naval Reserve during and after the Second World War.