World War II miscellany, 1931-2006

Emory University

Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

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Descriptive Summary

Title: World War II miscellany, 1931-2006
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 494
Extent:6.75 linear ft. (15 boxes), 111 oversized papers (OP), 225 extra-oversized papers (XOP), and 2 oversized bound volumes (OBV)
Abstract:Artificially created collection containing items relating to World War II.
Language:Materials primarily in English, with some in French and German.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Related Materials in This Repository

Material related to the Aleutian Campaign are located in the Floyd C. Watkins papers, MSS 534.

Source

Various sources, 1967, 1988-

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], World War II miscellany, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.


Collection Description

Scope and Content Note

World War II miscellany is an artificially created collection that contains items pertaining to World War II (1939-1945) from 1931 to 2006. The collection includes correspondence, interviews, printed material, published works, maps, photographs, writings, and memorabilia. A significant portion of the collection consists of a series of oral history interviews conducted by Floyd Watkins of his fellow soldiers who participated in the Aleutian Campaign, off the coast of Alaska in the Pacific Ocean, in 1943-1944. Another large portion of the collection consists of the writings and photographs of Lennis L. Jackson, who served in the Pacific as a war correspondent for the U.S. Navy's weekly, Seabee. The collection includes drafts of his stories written in 1944-1945. Other writings in this collection include diaries, memoirs and reminiscences that recount various soldiers' experiences in World War II. Also of particular interest in this collection are photographs taken by John M. Schreeder, while serving in North Africa, Italy, France, Germany and Austria. The images depict daily life as a soldier, as well as weapons, equipment and aircraft used during the war. The printed material includes newspapers and pamphlets printed during the war, as well as a small portion of pre-war German material, including broadsides, handbills, and newspaper clippings.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by accession.



Container List

James W. Setze correspondence
Box Folder Content
1 1-9 Correspondence to James W. Setze, Jr., 1940-1945 and no date
2 1-6 Correspondence to James W. Setze, Jr., l944, no date
Correspondence, newsletters and miscellaneous material, 1940-1946 and no date
2 7 Letter to Co. Esaias from Charles and L. Diey, May 3, 1945
2 8 Letters to Dr. and Mrs. English, 1943-1944
2 9 Letters to Miss Rena Harrell, 1943-1946
2 10 Letters to Margaret Jemison, 1942-1945 and no date
2 11 Letters to Emory Library Staff and Alumni Office, 1942-1945 and no date
2 12 Letters to Mrs. Longworth, 1941-1942
2 13 Correspondence and memorabilia [from Stubbs collection], 1945-1946 and no date
3 1 Letters to Kendall Weisiger, 1941-1943 and no date
3 2 Unidentified letters from a family in England, 1940-1945 and no date
3 3 Miscellaneous letters, 1940-1945 and no date
3 4 Red Cross material, 1944-1945 and no date [gift of Margaret Mitchell Marsh]
3 5 Newsletters and miscellaneous printed material, 1942-1946 and no date [gift of Margaret Mitchell Marsh]
3 6 Miscellaneous printed material and memorabilia [gift of Margaret Mitchell Marsh, no date]
3 7 1940 German calendar [gift of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cahoon]
3 8 1943 Nazi Germany Calendar [gift of J. C. Sherer, 1988]
Newspapers, Maps, and Memorabilia
3 9 Newspapers donated, June 14, 1940 and August 15, l945 [gift of C.M. Weston]
3 10 Newspapers from Mary Lamar Knight Collection, December 8, 1941 and May 7, 1945
3 11 Newspapers and Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1941-1945 and no date
3 12 American Flag worn by men in service in North Africa sent to James W. Setze, Jr., January 18, 1943
3 13 Miscellaneous Exhibit Material
3 14 Telegram addressed to Mussolini
4 1 Miscellaneous Memorabilia Printed Material
4 2 Rationing Stamps and Certificates
4 3 Propaganda Leaflets dropped on Japan by U.S. Army Air Forces [gift of Major William Tumlin]
4 4 Patriotic envelopes; USO pin [from Mabel Loeb Ridenour collection]
4 5 Program,Salzburt Festival Orchestra Concert, 13 July 1945, featuring Elizabeth Swarzkopf
4 6 News report, November 1942 [gift of Richard Cruce, 22 January 1981]
4 7 Photographs: Normandy Invasion [gift of George P. Cuttino, 4 May 1989]
4 8 Photographs: Russell Islands and Italy
D-Day materials
4 9 Two maps of the Coasts of France
4 10 Booklet F-France, North Coast, February 1944 (photographs)
4 11 Booklet G-France, North Coast, January 1944 (photographs)
4 12 Booklet H-France, North Coast, February 1944 (photographs)
4 13 Booklet L-France, North Coast: Bancs Du Grand Vey, February 1944 (photographs)
5 1 WWII Operations Orders and Materials re D-Day
Books and pamphlets
5 War Comes to the U.S. - December 7, 1941: The First 30 Hours. n.p.: Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau, no date [from McGill Estate]
5 Milestones In American History (World War II). [Phil., Pa.]: The Philadelphia Inquirer, 1945.
6 1 Books, pamphlets, newspapers [gift of A. Waldo Jones]
6 2 Photographs of Shemya, Alaska, 1943-1944 [gift of Vincent Henrich]
6 3 Uns geht die Sonne nicht unter, 1936 [gift of Dr. James W. May, 31 July 1989)
6 Second War Loan: Sales Manual for Volunteer Workers. [Wash., D.C.]: U.S. Treasury Dept., War Finance Committee, 1943.
6 A Pictorial Review of United Aircraft Corp. at War. East Hartford, Conn.: United Aircraft Corp., 1945.
6 U.S. Army War Show: Provisional Task Force, 1942. Atlanta, Ga.: Albert Love Enterprises, [1942] [from Mrs. Clark Howell]
6 The Abbott Collection: Paintings of Naval Medicine. N. Chicago, Ill.: Abbott Laboratories, no date
7 World Affairs and the Occupation Soldier. n.p.: [U.S. Army] Information and Education Group,
6 1947 May-December [a sample of Troop Information and Education Bulletins used in the European Command made for Mr. Ralph McGill, letter inserted]
6 Unlaundered Lyrics of British Troops During World War II. n.p.: n. pub., no date [gift of G.P. Cuttino], 2 copies (one archival)
6 The New Yorker. May 27, 1944 [Overseas Edition for Armed Forces]
6 The New Yorker. April 21, 1945 [Overseas Edition for Armed Forces; letter inserted, from Mabel Loeb Ridenour books]
6 Think. March, 1945.
6 Yank: The Army Weekly. June 1, 1945 [from Sysan Myrick Collection]
Pre-War German material
7 1 Pre-war German broadsides and handbills, German and European tourist material
7 2 Pre-war German newspapers clippings (around time of 1932 German Presidential election)
7 3 Pre-war German newspapers clippings (around time of 1932 German Presidential election)
7 4 Pre-war German newspapers clippings (around time of 1932 German Presidential election)
Posters
OP92 - "7th war loan now all together" by Cecil Calvert Beall, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
OP50 - "80% of Great Britain's total military production" Ministry of Labour and National Service, British Information Services, circa 1940
XOP209 - 1778. 1943. Americans will always fight for liberty" by Bernard Perlin, Office of War Information number 26, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP70 - "'Ach! You Yankee workers make me sick!'" by Walt Ditzen, Philco Corp., 1942
XOP82 - "Aircraft of the R.A.F.: Some famous types - I" H.M. Stationery Office by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London, no date
XOP83 - "Aircraft of the R.A.F.: Some famous types - II" H.M. Stationery Office by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London, no date
OP40 - "America at War/Rummy, Alaskan style," F.W. Woolworth Co., U. S. Treasury, no date
OP41 - "America at War/A Present for the Jap," F.W. Woolworth Co., U.S. Treasury, no date
OP42 - "America at War/Playing the 'Chicago Piano'" F.W. Woolworth Co., U.S. Treasury, no date
XOP183 - "The Atlantic Charter," Office of War Information, poster number 50, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP2 - "Back 'em up. Buy extra bonds," Official U.S. Treasury Poster, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP38 - "Beat Firebomb Fritz. Britain shall not burn," The Ministry of Home Security, H.M. Stationery Office, Fosh and Cross Ltd, London, England, circa 1940
XOP64 - "because somebody talked!" by Wesley Heyman, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP217 - "Become a Nurse. Your country needs you"' Office of War Information number 22, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP182 - "Beware the black market. Evert wholesale cut must now be stamped with license number of slaughterer" [29a of a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP67 - "Beware. The walls have ears" by Jac Leonard, Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, circa 1940
XOP51 - "Big guns of the home front. Action stations everyone" by L.J. Trevor, Wartime Information Board, Canada, circa 1940
XOP63 - "Bits of careless talk are pieced together by the enemy" by Stevan Dohanos, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
7 5 "Britain at War by J.B. Preistley" by E. McKnight Kauffer, Harper & Brothers, 1939
XOP81 - "Britain's new 'Spitfire'," British Information Services, no date
OP33 - "British railroads give priority to troops and war workers" Ministry of Labour and National Service, London, circa 1940
XOP169 - "But: she uses red stamps for" [17 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP165 - "But with red stamp rationing all can have a fair share. Any time is shopping time. Chiselers can't hoard. Selection is possible" [14 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP6 - "Buy a Share in America," U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941
XOP3 - "Buy extra war bonds today," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP91 - "Buy now for the bigger 7th war loan through payroll savings," U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
XOP140 - "Buy War Bonds," poster selection, State War Savings Office, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [3 poster designs by students at the United States Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico]
XOP109 - "Can you qualify for the Army Air Corps? 'Keep 'em flying!'" United States Army Recruiting Service, 1942
XOP130 - "Canada's New Army needs men like you!" by Eric Aldwinckle and Albert E. Cloutier, Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, circa 1941
OP47 - "Careless talk may cost his life" H.M. Stationery Office, Brent Press Ltd., London, circa 1940
OP56 - "Chemical Warfare Agents," U.S. Government Printing Office, no date
OP31 - Chinese poster featuring Franklin Roosevelt and Congress, blue frame with white and blue stars and color American flag, circa 1943
XOP161 - "Consumers agree to buy less of these foods without government regulation. The honest consumer cuts down" [10 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP171 - "Consumers use red stamps 'A, B, C, and D' during first ration period" [19 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP58 - "Could this be you? Don't travel unless your trip helps win the war," U.S. Office of Defense and Transportation, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
7 5 "Count 10. Defensive drivers take 10 seconds" Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, no date
OP74 - "Credo of an American Child (Credo by Toni Taylor)" photograph by Halleck Finley, National Association of Manufacturers, no date
XOP150 - "Czechoslovakia will live again" by A.T. Peel, 1942
XOP142 - "Czechoslovaks carry on" by A.T. Peel, 1942
OP46 - "Defend American Freedom. It's everybody's job," by McClelland Barclay, National Association of Manufacturers, 1942
XOP156 - "Demand has increased. We want butter! Give us salmon!..." [5 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP163 - "Demand is larger than supply. Butcher decides who gets meat" [12 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
7 5 "Destination unknown but the future of your loved ones will be financially secure" no date
XOP19 - "Do with less - so they'll have enough! Rationing gives you your fair share" Office of War Information number 37, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP80 - "Do your part to win the war. Buy more war savings stamps," , U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP52 - "Doctors are scarce. One out of three has gone to war" Office of War Information number 27, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP109 - "Does it have a slight odor of Goebbels?" BY Arthur Szyk, Young & Rubicam, Inc., 1942
XOP210 - "'Doing all you can, brother?' Buy war bonds" by Robert Smullyan Sloan, Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP39 - "Dont fall for enemy propaganda," Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, no date
XOP205 - "Don't let him down!" by C.C. Beall, Office for Emergency Management, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP34 - "Don't let this happen to you! Too little, too late: order coal now!" by Daniel Robert Fitzpatrick, Solid Fuels Administration for War, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
7 5 "Don't make a right turn like this!" Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, no date
OP35 - "Eat the right food. America needs you strong," U.S. Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services ; U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP108 - "The educational program of the United States Army" Army Institute, Special Service Division, no date
OP110 - "Emergency First Aid Station" no date
OP52 - "Emergency war agencies," Office of War Information, 1942
XOP65 - "The enemy is listening. He want to know what you know. Keep it to yourself," Office of Facts and Figures, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP44 - "Enlist in a proud profession! Join the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps" by Carolyn Moorhead Edmundson, U.S. Public Health Service, 1943
XOP46 - "Enlist in a proud profession Join the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps" U.S. Public Health Service, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP87 - "Every Canadian Must Fight," by Philip Surrey, Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, circa 1941
XOP36 - "Every rivet a bullet. Speed the ships." by Lucas, H.M. Stationery Office, Fosh and Cross Ltd, London, England, circa 1940 [featuring boat]
XOP37 - "Every rivet a bullet. Speed the ships." H.M. Stationery Office by J. Weiner Ltd., London, circa 1940 [featuring worker]
7 5 "Exterminate" by Thomas Benton, Time magazine, 1942
XOP192 - "The Fighting Filipinos. We will always fight for freedom!" by Manuel Isip, Office of Special Services, Commonwealth of the Philippines, circa 1940
XOP25 - "Fill It! Help harvest war crops" by Stevan Dohanos, War Food Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
XOP84 - "Final Periodic Report, Headquarters Third U.S. Army," 1945
XOP9 - "Fire away! Buy extra bonds" by Georges Schreiber, War Finance Division, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP188 - "the five Sullivan brothers 'missing in action' off the Solomons. They did their part" Office of War Information number 42, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP22 - "Food chains cooperate with the national nutrition program" Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services, no date
OP94 - "For Defense, Buy United States Savings Bonds and Stamps," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941
XOP193 - "For Gunpowder: save waste fats. Rush them to your meat dealer" U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP21 - "For healtheat some food from each groupevery day!" Office of War Information, U.S. Department of Agriculture, circa 1941
OP23 - "For Victory: At least 10% of your pay every payday," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
7 5 The Four Freedoms: Message to the 77th Congress" by Franklin Roosevelt, U.S. Office of Education, Government Printing Office, 1941
XOP30 - "Fuel fights! Save your share" Government Printing Office, 1943
OP61 - "Georgia soil conservation survey" U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1937
XOP204 - "Give 'em both barrels," by Jean Carlu, Office for Emergency Management, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941
XOP107 - "Give it your best!" Office of War Information number 9, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP4 - "Give War Bonds. The present with a future," Official U.S. Treasury Poster, . Government Printing Office, 1943
OP97 - "Going Ashore?..." H.M. Stationery Office by Frosh & Cross Ltd., London, circa 1940
XOP26 - "Going our way? Be a victory farm volunteer" by Anton Bruehl, War Food Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
XOP162 - "Government limits slaughterers' civilian delivery but does no control distribution" [11 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP51 - "The Government of the United States" Office of War Information, no date
XOP143 - "Greece fights on," by Edward McKnight Kauffer, Greek Office of Information, 1942
XOP122 - "Guard our shores at home and abroad," U.S. Army, 1939
XOP23 - "Guard your family's health!" Office of War Information, poster number 30, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP187 - "'Having seen the quality of the work and of the workers on our production line - "Office of War Information number 13, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP85 - "Headquarters: Eastern Defense Command and First Army. Governors Island, N.Y. Public Proclamation no. 1" by Hugh Aloysius. Drum, 1942
XOP200 - "He's a 'fighting fool' - give him the best you've got! More production!" War Production Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP98 - "He's in the silent service - are you?" H.M. Stationery Office, Stafford & Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham, UK, circa 1940
OP72 - "Heel Hitler," Drawn for Philco by Bruce Russell, 1941
XOP148 - "Helpt Deze Vlek Verwijderen: Steunt Het Prins Bernhard Comite" produced in Curacao, Dutch Antilles, circa 1941 [Translation: "Help Erase the Stain: Support the Prince Bernhard Committee]
XOP111 "Here is our 4th war loan quota," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
7 5 "Hon. Spy says: Thanks for the can you throw away!" U.S. Government Printing Office, circa 1943
OP55 - "How to tackle a fire bomb" Monistry of Home Security, H.M. Stationery Office, Fosh & Cross Ltd., London, circa 1940
OP24 - "I gave a man! Will you give at least 10% of your pay in War Bonds?" by Valentino Sarra, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office,1942
XOP199 - "I need you on the job fulltime Don't get hurt" by Harry Morse Meyers, War Department Safety Council, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP50 - "I need your skill in a war job!" Office of War Information, poster number 25, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP216 - "I want you for the U.S. Army/Enlist now" by James Montgomery Flagg, Office for Emergency Management, Office of War Information, 1941
XOP49 - "If you must talk, tell it to the Marines," no date
OP48 - "If you talk too much, this man may die," by Valentino Sarra, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office,1942
XOP66 - "If you tell wehre he's going...he may never get there!" by John Philip Falter, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP55 - "I'll carry mine too! Trucks and tires must last till victory" by Valentino Sarra, Office of War Information number 28, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP201 - "I'm counting on you! Don't discuss: troop movements, ship sailings, war equipment," by Leon Helguera, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [large]
7 5 "I'm counting on you! Don't discuss: troop movements, ship sailings, war equipment," by Leon Helguera, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [??]
XOP24 - "I'm out to lick runaway prices," Office of War Information for the Office of Economic Stabilization, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP14-15 - "Independence July 4, 1776/They kept the faith" by James Henry Daughterty, U.S. Treasury, 1942 [part of 4 poster series] [2 copies]
OP9 - "Industry - the arsenal of democracy" by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
OP8 - "Industry - the arsenal of democracy. Defense in the air begins on the ground," by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
OP11 - "Industry - the arsenal of democracy. Defense in the field begins in the factory" by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
OP12 - "Industry - the arsenal of democracy. Defense of our liberty begins in the factory" by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufactuers, circa 1942
OP10 - "Industry - the arsenal of democracy. Defense on the sea begins on the shore" by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
XOP54 - "Is your trip necessary? Needless travel interferes with the War Effort" Office of War Information number 74, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP68 - "It takes more than a pat on the back!" by W.H. Crawford, Philco Corp., 1942
XOP195 - "It's got to fit to do its bit! Get your work into the 'scrap' no the scrap heap" Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, no date
XOP88 - "It's our war," by Eric Aldwinckle, Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, circa 1941
OP44 - "'I've found the job where I fit best!' Find you war job in industry - agriculture - business," by Goerge Roepp, Office of War Information poster 55, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP105 - "John Bull digs deep into his pocket!" Ministry of Labour and National Service, London, no date
OP104 - "John Bull is pulling in his belt!" Ministry of Labour and National Service, London, U.K., British Information Services, circa 1940
OP18-19 - "John Paul Jones said: 'I have not yet begun to fight'/Fight with war stamps & bonds" by James Henry Daugherty, U.S. Department of the Treasury, 1942 [part of 4 poster series] [2 copies]
XOP91 - "Jugoslavia's merchant seamen fight" issued by Vladimir Ivanovic, no date
XOP203 - "Keep 'em flying!" United States Army Recruiting Service, 1941 [banner in 3 parts]
XOP43 - "Keep 'em flying!" by Cecil Calvert Beall, United States Army Recruiting Service, 1941
XOP208 - "'Keep 'em flying' is out battle cry! First class fighting men needed" by Dan V. Smith and Albro F. Downe, Army Recruiting Publicity Bureau, 1942
XOP20 - "Keep the home front pledge. Pay no more than ceiling prices. Pay your points in full" by Fred G. Cooper, Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
OP43 - "Keep the wheels turning! Repair work is vital to the war effort" by Frank Newbould, Ministry of War Transport, H.M. Stationery Office by H. Manly & Son, circa 1940
OP28 - "Keep your Red Cross at his side. Give!" American Red Cross, no date [image of Army man]
OP27 - "Keep your Red Cross at his side. Give!" American Red Cross, by Walt Whitman, 1943 [image of Navy man]
XOP198 - "Kinda give it your personal attention, would you? More Production!" by Herbert Roese, War Production Board, U.S. Government Printing Office,1942
XOP191 - "The Knockout Blow Starts Here," Office for Emergency Management, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP13 - "Knowing what we defend is important, too" by Ralph Iligan, National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1941
XOP31 - "Leaders of the Royal Air Force" Chromoworks Ltd., London, 1941
XOP68 - "Less dangerous than careless talk," by Albert Dorne, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP8 - "Let 'em have it. Buy extra bonds" by Bernard Perlin, War Finance Division, 1943
XOP34 - Let us go forward together" H.M. Stationery Office by J. Weiner Ltd., London, circa 1940
OP22 - "Let's buy more in '44. Increase your war bond pledge" by White, no date
XOP212 - "Let's Go! USA. Keep 'em flying!" United States Army Air Corps, Office of War Information, 1941
XOP149 - "Lets Go... Canada!" by Henri Eveleigh, Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, 1942
OP17 - "Lexington, 1775. They fought for Freedom. We fight to keep it" James Henry Daugherty, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [part of 4 poster series]
OP76-77 - "Long may it wave," National Association of Manufacturers, no date [2 copies]
OP69 - "Look out below!" by Ross A. Lewis, Philco Corp., 1942
OP30 - "Lopullisen voiton ase" [Finnish, translation: The final victory of the gun], circa 1943
XOP196 - "Make it fit to fight," Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, Canada, circa 1940
XOP41 - "Make Nursing your war job," Charles and Read Ltd, London, England, circa 1941
OP78 - "Making America Strong. Competitive companies co-operate" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, 1942?
OP79 - "Making America Strong. How American shipyards are winning the race" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
OP80 - "Making America Strong. How subcontracting accelerates defense production" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, 1942?
OP81 - "Making America Strong. Industry's ever improving mass production methods" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1942
OP82 - "Making America Strong. Today about 800 American industrial concerns" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, 1942?
OP83 - "Making America Strong. U.S. industry today employs 18 men" Public Information Program of the National Association of Manufacturers, circa 1940
XOP151 - "De Marine Roept. Jongens van Stavast" [the word "roept" is missing from the poster due to tearing] [Dutch, translation: "The Navy is Calling. Boys and men"] by L. van den Berg, no date
OP26 - "Mat and Cut Service" advertising materials catalog for U.S. Defense Bonds and Stamps, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, no date
XOP168 - "Meat, cheeses, canned fish, canned meat, edible fats, and oils are rationed the same way as processed foods by the point system" [16 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP123 - "Men of Valor. They fight for you. 'For skill and daring'" by Hubert Rogers, Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, Canada, 1943
XOP124 - "Men of Valor. They fight for you. Two-man boarding party" by Hubert Rogers, Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, Canada, 1943
XOP125 - "Men of Valor. They fight for you. 'When last seen he was collecting'" by Hubert Rogers, Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, Canada, 1943
XOP128 - "Men working together," Office for Emergency Management, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP57 - "Mihailovich: Yugoslavia's unconquered," Office of Jugoslav Member Inter-Allied Information Centre, New York, 1942
7 5 "A mishandled parachute is no safer than an umbrella" U.S. Army Air Corps, no date
OP95 - "More ships - come on! War savings are warships" National Savings Committee, London, Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh, and Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast, H.M. Stationery Office, no date
XOP112 - "Mothers let them go - give them a chance of greater safety and health," Ministry of Health Evacuation Scheme, M.H. Stationery Office, no date
OP75 - "My country, 'tis of these," National Association of Manufacturers, no date
XOP113 - "National Savings," National Savings Committee, H.M. Stationery Office, Fosh and Cross Ltd, London, England, no date
XOP1 - "Nest eggs won't hatch unless you set on them! Hang on to your war bonds" Department of the Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP33 - "'Never was so much owed by so many to so few' - the Prime Minister" H.M. Stationery Office by Lowe & Brydone Printers Ltd., London, circa 1940
XOP144 - "New Zealand : Ally Down Under," by Duco, New Zealand Legation, circa 1942
XOP145 - "New Zealand fights" by A.T. Peel, 1942
XOP146 - "New Zealand fights for the future," circa 1940
XOP147 - "New Zealand fights in Pacific skies," New Zealand Legation, no date
XOP214 - "Newsmap for the armed forces," Army Information Branch, volume 2 number 48F, U .S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP110 - "'No loyal citizen of the United Sates should be denies the democratic right to exercise the responsibilities of his citizenship'" Office of War Information number 75, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP89 - "Norwegian sailors on the seven seas" no date
OP49 - "Now - for college men - a new officer's training plan" U.S. Army Air Force, no date
XOP177 - "Official table of points issued one week before program goes into effect. New tables will be issued" [25 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP184 - "The OPA Program to ensure the Necessities of Life in Wartime through Rationing, Price Control, Rent Control," Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP48 - "O'er the ramparts we watch," by Jes Wilhelm Schlaikjer, United States Army Air Forces, War Department, USA, 1945
OP84 - "An open letter to the unconquerable Czechoslovaks by Joseph Auslander" painting by Allen Saalburg, Saturday Evening Post, circa 1943
OP85 - "An open letter to the unconquerable Dutch by Joseph Auslander" painting by John Atherton, Saturday Evening Post, circa 1943
OP86 - "An open letter to the unconquerable Greeks by Joseph Auslander" painting by Robert Riggs, Saturday Evening Post, circa 1943
OP87 - "An open letter to the unconquerable Norwegians by Joseph Auslander" painting by Stevan Dohanos, Saturday Evening Post, circa 1943
OP88 - "An open letter to the unconquerable Poles by Joseph Auslander" painting by Everett Henry, Saturday Evening Post, circa 1943
XOP180 - "Other farmers produce meat for sale. They must: 1. Obtain U.S. permit and mark license number on every wholesale cut. Collect red stamps" [28 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP158 - "Our allies are fighting our enemies. We must feed them" [7 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP72 - "Our Carelessness, Their Secret Weapon. Prevent Forest Fires," U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Services, , U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP89-90 - "Our Freedoms and Rights" National Resources Planning Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [2 copies]
XOP97 - "Oursto fight for. Freedom from fear." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 46, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [medium size]
XOP135-136 - "Oursto fight for. Freedom from fear." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 46, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [large and extra large]
XOP98 - "Oursto fight for. Freedom from want." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 45, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [medium size]
XOP133-134 - "Oursto fight for. Freedom from want." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 45, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [large and extra-large?]
XOP132 - Ours to fight for: Freedom of Speech. Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, Freedom from Fear" by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information number 47, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP64 - "Our way to handle vandals!" by Herbert Johnson, Philco Corp., 1942]
XOP159 - "Our workers are producing. They need these foods" [8 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP63 - "Pan American Highway System: North American section: Pan American Highway Confederation, Washington, D.C., 1941
OP62 - "Pan American Highway System: South American section" Pan American Highway Confederation, Washington, D.C., 1941
XOP27 - "Pitch in and help! Join the women's land army of the U.S. Crop Corps" by Hubert Morley, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP18 - "Plant a Victory Garden. Our food is fighting" Office of War Information number 34, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP174 - "Point rationing controls demand. If demand is too great - then point values are raised." [22 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP173 - "Point rationing controls demand. If demand is too small - then point values are lowered." [21 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP175 - "Point rationing controls distribution. Regional differences in taste can be satisfied." [23 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP172 - "The point system is flexible. 1. Consumers can buy in any store" [20 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP190 - "Prepared. Chocks removed!" by J. Thiessen, Jr., Royal Netherlands East Indies Army poster [Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger; KNIL], circa 1940s
XOP186 - "Prepare for your war job now!" War Manpower Commission, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP223 - "The present with a future/War bonds" by Adolf Arthur Dehn, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP73 - "Prevent forest fires! Greater danger than ever!" Department of Agriculture, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
OP66 - "Putting on the screws" by Jerry Doyle, Philco Corp., 1942
XOP206 - "Radiogram: To men of 18 and 19, new enlistment privileges," Office for Emergency Management, Office of War Information, , U.S. Government Printing Office,1943 [poster has been cut]
XOP166 - "Rationing is necessary for health's sake. It assures everyone a regular supply of the right foods" [14a in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP155 - "Rationing is necessary. Supply and demand are out of balance" [4 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP222 - "Rationing means a fair share for all of us," by Herbert Roese [featuring butcher], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP16 - "Rationing means a fair share for all of us," artist unknown [featuring grocer], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP167 - "The rationing plan How it works" [15 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP21 - "Ring in the new - ring out the old! Increase your bond pledge for 1944!" by White, NWBO poster #1, circa 1943
XOP90 - "Sabotage in Norway plagues the Nazis! Concentration Camps cannot crush the Norwegian Underground." circa 1940
XOP100 - "Save Freedom of Speech. Buy War Bonds." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 44, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [medium size]
XOP137-138 - "Save Freedom of Speech. Buy War Bonds." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 44, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [large and extra large]
XOP99 - "Save Freedom of Worship. Buy War Bonds." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 43, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [medium size]
XOP139 - "Save Freedom of Worship. Buy War Bonds." by Norman Rockwell, Office of War Information, poster number 43, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [extra large size]
XOP115 - "Save waste fats for explosives. Take them to your meat dealer" by Henry Koerner, Office of War Information number 63, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP194 - "Save your cans. Help pass the ammunition" by McClelland Barclay, War Production Board, 1943
XOP219-220 - "Say yes! Build a New U.S.S. Atlanta with your war bonds and stamps," The Conger Printing Co. Inc., Atlanta, GA, no date [2 copies]
XOP114 - "says it's a proud assignment for Georgians to rebuild a new U.S.S. Atlanta by buying war bonds now," no date
XOP57 - "Serve our fighting men abroad. Conserve these services at home" U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP197 - "She's a swell plane - give us more! More production" by Robert Riggs, War Production Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP42 - "She's in the Ranks too! Caring for Evacuees is a National Service," H.M. Stationery Office, J. Weiner Ltd, London, England, circa 1939
XOP127 - "Ships for Victory," U.S. Maritime Commission, no date
XOP69 - "Shoptalk may be sabotalk. The walls have ears" by Morris, Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, circa 1942
OP108 - "The signal is SAVE" National Savings Committee, London, Scottish Savings Committee, Edinburgh, and the Ulster Savings Committee, Belfast, H.M. Stationery Office, no date
XOP181 - "Some farmers produce butter, lard and other red stamp rationed foods. They: 1. Collect red stamps for every sale" [29 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP179 - "Some farmers produce meat and consume it at home. They do not surrender red stamps" [27 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP202 - "Someone talked!" by Fred Siebel, Office of War Information, poster number 18, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP60 - "South America in globular perspective" by Richard Edes Harrison, Fortune Magazine, 1937
XOP70 - "'Spot at Sight' chart no. 1 Enemy Uniforms. German Parchutist. German Soldier" H.M. Stationery Office by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London, 1941
XOP71 - "'Spot at Sight' chart no. 2 Enemy Uniforms. German Airman. German Sailor" H.M. Stationery Office by J. Weiner Ltd., London, no date
XOP14-15 - "Stamp out black marketswith your ration stamps. Pay no more than legal prices" Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [2 copies]
OP93 - "Starve the squander bug. Buy more war bonds." by Theodore Geisel [Dr. Seuss], U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [small rectangle]
XOP11 - "Starve the squander bug. Buy war bonds" by Theodore Geisel [Dr. Seuss], U.S. Government Printing Office, circa 1943 [long banner]
OP53 - "the state of this nation is good. The heart of this nation is sound" by Franklin Roosevelt, Office of War Information poster 40, U,.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP75 - "Stolay kay thyakrytyka tou stratou ton eenomenon polyteyon [Greek, translation: "Uniforms and Insignias of the United States Army"], Office of War Information, no date
XOP101 - "Strong in the Strength of the Lord," by David Stone Martin, U.S. Office of War Information, poster number 8, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [medium size]
XOP129 - "Strong in the Strength of the Lord," by David Stone Martin, U.S. Office of War Information, poster number 8, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [large size]
XOP96 - "Take care. Idle hands work for Hitler," War Production Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP94 - "Ten years ago: The Nazis burned these booksbut free Americans can still read them" Office of War Information number 66, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP154 - "These are the edible fats and oils. 1. Butter 1. Oleomargarine" [3 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP176 - "There are two tables of point values. 1. Wholesale table has approximately 500 items" [24 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP178 - "These factors determine meat point values. 1. The amount of lean in each cut" [26 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP153 - "These foods are scarce. 1. Meat 1. Canned meats and fish" [2 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP160 - "There is a shortage but some people question the need for rationing. What are the alternatives" [9 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP221 - "This is Nazi brutality" by Ben Shahn, Office of War Information number 11, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP95 - "This is the enemy," Office of War Information, poster number 76, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP10 - "This year give a share in America. Defense bonds and stamps" by J. Walter Wilkinson and Walter G. Wilkinson, Dept. of the Treasury, 1942
OP54 - "Tighten your grip!" by Frank Newbould, H.M Stationery Office by Fosh & Cross Ltd., London, 1941
XOP7 - "Till we meet again. Buy war bonds" by Joseph Hirsch, War Savings Staff, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP73 - "Time is short, Adolph," Drawn for Philco by Sherman Cooke, 1942
OP37 - "To all who use libraries. This is our war" by Elmer Holmes Davis, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
OP20 - "To the American People. Subject: A Recommendation" 1943
XOP86 - "To Victory", by Charles R. Wilcox, Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, 1942
XOP32 - "Together," H.M Stationery Office, Lowe and Brydone Printers Ltd, London, England, 1941
OP67 - "'Tomorrow the world is ours.' Sez you!" by Shoemaker, Philco Corp., 1943
XOP61-62 - "Topographical Map: Gettysburg-Antietam" The General Service Chools, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1925 [2 copies]
XOP131 - "The Torch; Be yours to hold it high!..." Director of Public Information, Ottawa, Canada, circa 1941
OP29 - "The Two Leaders" and "What to do in an air raid," The New York Times, December 28, 1941 [double-sided rotogravure picture section]
XOP93 - "Two years ago, the British Empire stood alone Today, four-fifths of the world is united against axis tyranny" British Information Services, circa 1942
XOP120 - "U.S. Army. At home. Abroad." by Tom Woodburn, 1941
XOP121 - "U.S. Army. Guardian of the Colors," by Tom Woodburn, 1940
XOP185 - "U.S. Navy Steps in Advancement," Bureau of Naval Personnel, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP76 - "Uniformen und Abzeichen des Heeres der Vereinigten Staaten" [German, translation: "Uniforms and Insignias of the United States Army"], Office of War Information, no date
XOP77 - "Uniformer og Uniforms-Distinktioner I den Amerikanske Haer" [Danish, translation: "Uniforms and Insignias of the United States Army"], Office of War Information, no date
XOP78 - "les Uniformes et Insignes de l'Armée des États-Unis [French, translation: "Uniforms and Insignias of the United States Army"], Office of War Information, no date
XOP79 - "Uniformi e Distintivi dell'Esercito degli Stati Uniti" [Italian, translation: "Uniforms and Insignias of the United States Army"], Office of War Information, no date
XOP74 - "Uniforms and Insignia of the Army of the United States," Office of War Information, no date
XOP103-104 - "The United Nations fight for freedom" U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 [2 copies]
XOP59 - "United States Airmail Service" Post Office Department, 1940
XOP213 - "The United States Army. Then, Now, Forever" by Thomas Woodburn, Spurgeon Tucker, New York, 1940
7 5 "United/The United Nations Fight for Freedom" by Leslie Darall Ragan, Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP102 - "United we are strong. United we will win," by Henry Koerner, Office of War Information, poster number 64, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [medium size]
XOP126 - "United we are strong. United we will win," by Henry Koerner, Office of War Information, poster number 64, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [large size]
XOP17 - "Use it up - Wear it out - make it do! Our labor and our goods are fighting," Office of War Information number 39, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP60 - "V [morse code for "V" beneath]" no date
XOP141 - "Victory - now you can invest in it!" by Dean Cornwell, War Finance Division, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1945
OP58 - "Victory through airpower - peace through airpower" Lockheed Aircraft Corp. and Vega Aircraft Corp., 1943 [illustration from the Walt Disney production "Victory Through Airpower"]
7 5 "The Voice of Korea" Korean Affairs Institute, 1944
XOP116 - "Wake Island: First Jap cruiser of the war sent to bottom by U.S. Marine fighting plane" by Arthur Beaumont [depiction of movie scene], 1942
XOP225 - "Wake Island: Grumman fighting plane delivers death blow to Japanese cruiser" by Arthur Beaumont [depiction of movie scene], 1942
XOP224 - "Wake Island; Jap invasion troops meet terrific shellfire of heroic marine defenders" by Arthur Beaumont [depiction of movie scene], 1942
XOP117 - "Wake Island: Jap war bird brought down in thrilling dog fight by single marine plane" by Arthur Beaumont [depiction of movie scene], 1942
XOP92 - "Wanted in Prague," by Adolf Hoffmeister, Czechoslavak Information Service, circa 1940
XOP53 - "War Fund. Your Red Cross is at his side" by Jes Wilhelm Schlaikjer, Office of War Information, 1943
XOP5 - "A War Message from the Treasury Department to Promote the Sale of U.S. Defense Bonds and Stamps," advertising materials catalog, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Government Printing Office, no date
XOP170 - "War ration book two is used for the red stamp program" [18 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP32 - "War traffic must come first. Don't waste transportation" by Fred Chance, Association of American Railroads in cooperation with the Office of Defense Transportation, circa 1943
OP38 - "Warning - an alert to all rumor-wardens" text by Young & Rubicam, Inc., no date [medium]
OP99 - "Warning - an alert to all rumor-wardens" text by Young & Rubicam, Inc., no date [small]
OP111 - "Warning! Heat cramps can strike you when you sweat hard" Sterling Salt [?], no date
XOP105 - "Warship Week," National Savings Committee, H.M. Stationery Office, Gilbt Whitehead & Co., circa 1940
OP16 - "Washington crossed the Delaware to win our Freedom. We cross oceans to keep it" by James Henry Daugherty, United Stated Department of the Treasury, 1942 [part of 4 poster series]
OP25 - "We can't all gobut we can all help," U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP106 - "We have just begun to fight!" Office of War Information number 62, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP218 - "we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain Remember Dec. 7th!" by Allen Saalburg, Office of War Information number 14, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP157 - "We must feed 'our boys,' 'our girls' meat, cheeses, canned meats and fish, edible fats and oils" [6 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
OP45 - "'We, the people' Arm for defense" Office of Production Management, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941
XOP215 - "We want the world to know we're on the same team - and there's none better" by John Falter, United States Navy WAVES, Navy Recruiting Bureau, 1943
OP36 - "We'll have lots to eat this winter, won't we Mother?" by Al Parker, U.S. Office of War Information, poster number 57, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP211 - "We'll take care of the rising sun. You take care of rising prices" Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
OP65 - "We're holding the cards now, axis" by Carl Rose, Philco Corp., 1942
XOP35 - "What I know - I keep to myself. Careless talk costs lives" H.M. Stationery Office by Lowe & Brydone Ltd., London, no date
XOP47 - "What women do in the WAAC," title on verso: "Women power," United States Army, War Department, 1942
OP96 - "When troops move keep tongues still! Don't gossip" Wartime Information Board, Ottawa, circa 1942
XOP207 - "When you're A.W.O.L. you're working for the Axis" War Production Board, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942
XOP12-13 - "Where our men are fighting, our food is fighting. Buy wisely - cook carefully - store carefully - use leftovers" Office of War Information number 35, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 [2 copies]
XOP152 - "The why & how of red stamp food rationing" [1 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP164 - "Without rationing some get all, some get none, first come first served, black markets flourish" [13 in a series], Office of Price Administration, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP56 - "'Won't you give my boy a chance to get home?' Don't travel - unless your trip helps win the war" by Jerome Rozen, Office of Defense Transportation, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP28 - "Work on a farmthis summer. Join the U.S. Crop Corps" by Spencer Douglass Crockwell, Office of War Information number 59, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943
XOP118 - "The World is a Community" map and calendar by Remington Rand, 1944
XOP45 - "You are needed now. Join the Army Nurse Corps" by Ruzzie Green, U.S. Army Nurse Corps, 1943
OP59 - "You are one of 50,000,000 Americans who must fill out an income tax return by March 15" Office of War Information, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
XOP40 - "You are wanted too! Join the A.T.S." H.M. Stationery Office, A.C. Ltd, 1941
OP102 - "You can help to build me a gun" Ministry of Labour and National Service, H.M. Stationery Office, J. Weiner Ltd., London, no date
OP101 - "You can help to build me a plane" Ministry of Labour and National Service, H.M. Stationery Office, J. Weiner Ltd., London, no date
OP100 - "You can help to build me a ship" Ministry of Labour and National Service, H.M. Stationery Office, J. Weiner Ltd., London, no date [smaller]
XOP39 - "You can help to build me a ship" Ministry of Labour and National Service, H.M. Stationery Office, J. Weiner Ltd., London, no date [larger]
OP71 - "You're slipping, Doctor Goebbels!" by William Maxwell, Philco Corp, 1943
OP106-107 - "Your duty ashore his afloat. Spars: Apply nearest coast guard office" by John Joseph Floherty, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944 [2 copies]
XOP29 - "Your government warns: prepare for winter now!" Solid Fuels Administration for War, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944
OP103 - "Your own vegetables all the year round if you dig for victory now" by Norman Wilson, H.M. Stationery Office, no date
World War II in the Aleutians
Bailey, Walter [See also Steven Kropelnicki]
7 6 Account of his recollections of WW II, November 28, 1990, 2 cassette tapes (1 master and 1 use copy)
7 7 Account of his recollections of WW II, November 28, 1990, transcript, 30 pp.
7 8 Maps and correspondence related to Walter Bailey's military service [photocopies]
7 9 Photographs, circa 1944-1945
Buttolph, Robert
7 10 Interview w/ Robert Buttolph [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], February 19, 1994, 4 cassette tapes (2 masters and 2 use copies)
7 11 Interview w/ Robert Buttolph [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], February 19, 1994, transcript, tape 1, 79 pp. Also includes questions and related papers
7 12 Interview w/ Robert Buttolph [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], February 19, 1994, transcript, tape 2, 64 pp.
Faulkner, Jimmy
7 13 Interview w/ Jimmy Faulkner re his service as a Marine pilot [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], 3 cassette tapes (master copies) [digitized]
Fenker, Edward
8 1 Interview w/ Edward Fenker, no date, 2 cassette tapes (master and use copy)
8 2 Newspaper clipping, 77th Bombardment Squadron, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 11, 1945
8 3 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Aerial battle scenes
8 4 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Aerial shots of possible targets
8 5 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Combat planes
8 6 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Edward Fenker
8 7 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Kurile Island aerial shots
8 8 Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron: Members of squadron
OP7 Oversized Photographs, 77th Bombardment Squadron [some removed for conservation work]
Fleming, Hugh
8 9 Interview w/ Hugh Fleming re his service in the U.S. Navy [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], 2 cassette tape (master copies)
8 10 Interview w/ Hugh Fleming re his service in the U.S. Navy [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], 2 cassette tape (use copies)
8 11 Newsletter, The Attu Morning Sun, August 10, 1945
8 12 Photographs of Alaska and Aleutian Island scenes
Fort, Al
8 13 Biographical files of Al Fort, 5 cassette tapes (master copies)
8 14 Biographical files of Al Fort, 5 cassette tapes (use copies)
8 15 Interview w/ Al Fort [interviewed by Eric Nitschke], May 18, 1998, 2 cassette tapes (1 master and 1 use copy)
9 1 Interview w/ Al Fort [interviewed by Eric Nitschke], May 18, 1998, transcript, 43 pp.
9 2 Miscellaneous correspondence re: Attu archeological site
9 3 Photographs related to Al Fort's military service on Attu and in Alaska, circa 50 photographs
Kropelnicki, Steven
9 4 Flight records, December 1943-July 1945
9 5 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], October 1993, 5 cassette tapes (master copy)
9 6 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey [interviewed by Floyd C. Watkins], October 1993, 5 cassette tapes (use copy
9 7 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 1, Side A, 36 pp. Also includes photographs of interviewees.
9 8 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 1, Side B, 39 pp.
9 9 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 2, Side A, 23 pp.
9 10 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 2, Side B, 41 pp.
9 11 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 3, Side A, 36 pp.
9 12 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 3, Side B, 41 pp.
9 13 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 4, Side A, 14 pp.
9 14 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 4, Side B, 43 pp.
9 15 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Judson Mills, and Walter Bailey, transcript of Tape 5, Side A [Side B is blank], 35 pp.
10 1 Interview w/ Steven Kropelnicki, Robert Buttolph, and Hugh Fleming, June 2, 1998. Re WW II in the Aleutian Islands, 1 cassette tape (master and use copy)
10 2 Personal narrative, 57 pp. (photocopy)
10 3 Photographs [circa 1944-1945]
Mills, Judson [See also Steven Kropelnicki]
10 4 Account of his WW II service in the Aleutians in 1944, January 29, 1990, 2 cassette tapes (master copies)
10 5 Account of his WW II service in the Aleutians in 1944, January 29, 1990, 2 cassette tapes (use copies)
10 6 Interview w/ Judson Mills, "Aleutian Solution," re recollections of his military service in the Aleutian Islands, June 1994, 2 cassette tapes (1 master and 1 use copy)
10 7 Interview w/ Judson Mills, "Aleutian Solution," June 1994, transcript, 34 pp.
10 8 Correspondence, 1945-1994 [originals and photocopies]
10 9 Military service records
10 10 Missions flown
10 11 Newspapers clippings and printed material
10 12 Photographs
10 13 World War II in the Aleutians, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, May 1992
Prata, Eugene
10 14 Interview w/ Eugene Prata, "Battle of the Komandorski Islands," re recollections of his service in the U.S. Navy, circa 1993, 3 cassette tapes (1 master, 2 use copies)
11 1 Interview w/ Eugene Prata, "Battle of the Komandorski Islands," transcript, 24 pp.
11 3 "A Sailor's Story: Action in the Pacific Theater WWII, 1942-1945.
Zenk, Milton E.
11 3 Materials relating to World War II service in the 77th Bombardment Squadron.
Lennis L. Jackson papers [Gift of Mrs. Lennis L. Jackson, 10/94] Lennis L. Jackson served as a war correspondent for the U.S. Navy's Seabee, a weekly magazine for Navy construction units. During his military service Jackson traveled widely in the Pacific reporting on events of interest to Navy personnel. This collection of his papers is primarily composed of his writings, many of which are accompanied by photographs.
11 4 List of Stories Submitted
11 5 (1) Former New York Restaurant Man Serves Jungle-Trained Seabees
11 5 (2) USO Accordionist Performs before Pacific-Based USN Seabees
11 5 (3) Seabees Gratefully Absorb Army Jungle Training
11 5 (4) Seabees and Marines Join in Decorating the Troop Mess of a Dutch Transport
11 5 (5) The Seabees Bring Civilization
11 5 (6) The Seabees Employ a Safety Engineer
11 5 (7) The Seabees Display a Japanese Beer Sign
11 5 (8) American Army Interpreters of Japanese Ancestry
11 5 (9) The Seabees Employ "Yokohama Wagons" in Marianas
11 5 (10) Three Projects, Three Problems, and Three Japs in Three Weeks
11 5 (11) Equipment, Like Seabees, "Gets Around," 3 November 1944
11 5 (12) The Most Versatile Seabee
11 5 (13) Seabees Observe Skirmish from Campsite
11 5 (14) Seabees on the Marianas Road to Tokyo
11 5 (15) A General Service Navy Group Becomes Temporary Working Guests of Seabees
11 5 (16) Seven Seabees in Tropics Receive Reminders of Alaskan Duty
11 5 (17) Seabee and Marine, Brothers, Meet in Marianas
11 5 (18) Attached to a Seabee Unit, A Medical Officer" Catches" the Construction Fever, 25 November 1944
11 5 (19) On First Day off in Marianas A Seabee Sees the Tokyo Supers, 27 November 1944
11 5 (20) The Army Engineers and Navy Seabees Team Up On a Mariana Island, 28 November 1944
11 5 (21) Seabees Kill Japs to Clear Area for New Construction, 4 December 1944
11 5 (22) The Navy Seabees Harness a Brace of Mariana Mountain Springs, 9 December 1944
11 5 (23) The Navy Seabees Say Bon Voyage to a Skipper
11 5 (24) A Seabee Reads the Want Ads, 20 December 1944
11 5 (25) untitled cutline
11 5 (26) untitled cutline w/ photo
11 5 (27) The Seabees Devise Bombproof Shelters
11 5 (28) Former Florida State Road Department Man Commands Navy Seabee Battalion, 15 December 1944
11 5 (29) Jacksonville Architect Assumes Executive Officer Duties, 15 December 1944
11 5 (30) A Seabee from Detroit Acts as Spokesman, 15 December 1944
11 5 (31) A Seabee from Philadelphia Baked a Three-Piece Cake
11 6 (32) Tank Driver's Seats Become Dental Chairs, 18 January 1945
11 6 (33) A Seabee Wife Creates Pin-Ups for Servicemen, 8 January 1945
11 6 (34) The Seabees Develop a Spring for the Army, 15 January 1945
11 6 (35) The Seabee Develop Inaccessible Locations, 11 January 1945
11 6 (36) Photographers with Seabees Become Carpenters, 22 January 1945
11 6 (37) Seabee Sailmaker Produces Sails for Sailboats, 29 January 1945
11 6 (38) Pharmacist's Mate with Seabees Sails for Recreation, 29 January 1945
11 6 (39) Pharmacist's Mate with Seabees Builds Boat, 30 January 1945
11 6 (40) A Seabee from Florida Sails on a Marianas Lagoon, 30 January 1945
11 6 (41) Seabees Convert Jap Bombproof Shelter to American Installation, 5 February 1945
11 6 (42) The Seabees Convert Huge Jap Oil Tank to Water Storage, 5 February 1945
11 6 (43) Seabees with Bulldozers Trap Jap in Ring-Around-the-Rosie Maneuver, 5 February 1945
11 6 (44) A Seabee Repairs Office Equipment for Army and Navy, 5 February 1945
11 6 (45) Seabee "Kids" Capture Contemptuous English-Speaking Jap, 10 February 1945
11 6 (46) Seabee Gardener Prepares to Augment Battalion Food Supply, 12 February 1945
11 6 (47) Seabee Helping Win the Peace, Too, 20 February 1945
11 6 (48) Seabees Perfect Circumcision Instrument, 26 February 1945
11 6 (49) A Seabee Shipfitter Uses Tennis Balls, 27 February 1945
11 6 (50) The Seabee Design and Build a Mobile Galley, 28 February 1945
11 7 (51) News that Mates Repaired Air Strip Cheered Wounded Seabee Veteran of Iwo, 2 March 1945
11 7 (52) Navy Seabee Wounded by Shell Which Killed His Mate, 2 March 1945
11 7 (53) Stunned by Concussion and Wounded by Shrapnel, 2 March 1945
11 7 (54) Navy Seabee Twice Wounded at Iwo Jima D-Day, 2 March 1945
11 7 (55) Remembering Seabees and Marines Killed Around Him, 2 March 1945
11 7 (56) Wounded Seabee, Seeing Flag Rise Over Mount Suribachi, 6 March 1945
11 7 (57) Navy Seabee Feels Lucky to Have Been Only Wounded, 6 March 1945
11 7 (58) Seabees Restore War-Damaged Statue of Christ, 12 March 1945
11 7 (59) The Seabees Convert Plywood and Jap Salvage Into Hospital Equipment, 20 March 1945
11 7 (60) Seabees Manufacture Hospital and Dental Clinic Equipment, 20 March 1945
11 7 (61) The Chief of Navy Chaplains Lauds Organ Attachments Designed and Built by a Navy Seabee from Brooklyn, 20 March 1945
11 7 (62) A Navy Seabee Uses Captured Jap Machine Tool in Making Dental Clinic Equipment, 26 March 1945
11 7 (63) The Seabees Convert Jap Float Plane Trailers, 26 March 1945
11 7 (64) The Seabees Use Jap Scrap in Building a Personnel Trailer, 26 March 1945
11 7 (65) Four Jap Soldiers Run Up the White Flag before a Civil Engineer Corps Officer and a Navy Seabee, 3 April 1945
11 7 (66) A Seabee Makes a Small Sewing Machine Bobbin after a Misunderstanding Slashed the Red Tape, 3 April 1945
11 7 (67) Navy Seabee Cast a Battalion's Bell, 3 April 1945
11 7 (68) Navy Seabee Metalsmith and Shipfitter from Pennsylvania Help Make Equipment Requested by Army General Hospital, 10 April 1945
11 7 (69) Seabee Machinist's Mates Make Delicate Perforated Caps for Aspirator Tips Going to Army General Hospital, 10 April 1945
11 7 (70) A Chief of Storekeeper with the Navy Seabees Coordinated Army-Marine Supply Service for His Unit, 10 April 1945
11 7 (71) The Seabees Solve a Building Material Shortage, 17 April 1945
11 7 (72) A Navy Seabee is Impressed by the Real Rubber Tires On Captured Jap Trucks, 17 April 1945
11 7 (73) Captured Jap Metal Used by Navy Seabees in Making Footlights for Outdoor Theater, 17 April 1945
11 7 (74) A Seabee Photographer's Mate Turns Away from Construction to Catch a Snail, 24 April 1945
11 7 (75) The Navy Seabees Made Shears Which Cut One-Quarter-Inch Steel, 24 April 1945
11 7 (76) A Navy Seabee Removed the Jolt from the Jack Hammer, 24 April 1945
11 7 (77) A Navy Seabee in the Marianas Meets a Hollywood Starlet from His Home Town, 1 May 1945
11 7 (78) A Seabee Machinist's Mate Rebuilds a Jap Lathe, 1 May 1945
11 7 (79) A Chamorro Navy Seabee Returns Home to Guam, 1 May 1945
11 7 (80) A Navy Seabee Supervises Japanese Surveying Crews, 8 May 1945
11 7 (81) Navy Seabee Tool Designer Rebuilds Captured Jap Machines Damaged in Marianas Invasion, 8 May 1945
11 7 (82) A Navy Seabee of a Demolition Team Loses Both Legs in Action After Completing Pre- Invasion Mission, 8 May 1945
11 7 (83) Mining for Water in the Marianas, 15 May 1945
11 7 (84) A Navy Seabee's Son Led the Marine Platoon First Atop Mount Suribachi and First to Raise Flag, 16 May 1945
11 7 (85) The Rails from Abandoned Jap Railway Are Fitted to Many Uses by Navy Seabees, 17 May 1945
11 7 (86) Navy Names Band, 17 May 1945
11 8 (87) Here's How, 31 July 1945
11 8 (88) Combings, 31 July 1945
11 8 (89) Combings, 31 July 1945
11 8 (90) Combings, 31 July 1945
11 8 (91) Two Navy Seabees from Same Town Acquire Souvenir Together on Okinawa, 31 July 1945
11 8 (92) Overseas Twenty-Three Months, Seabee Mascot Growls for Rotation, 31 July 1945
11 8 (93) Seabees Assist Marines in Building Unique Tower
11 8 (94) Seabee Replaces Step-Father Who Lost Life in Accident, 31 July 1945
11 8 (95) Navy Seabees Devise Tie-Downs for Okinawa Bombers, 31 July 1945
11 8 (96) Okinawa Traffic Circle, 31 July 1945
11 9 (97) Seabee Gunner's Mate Prepares for Peace, 22 August 1945
11 9 (98) First American Built Pier at Okinawa Goes Into Operation, 7 September 1945
11 9 (99) Navy Seabee Visits Grave of Close Friend on Okinawa, 13 September 1945
11 9 (100) Harding Brothers in Adjacent Navy Seabee Camps on Okinawa at End of War, 15 September 1945
11 9 (101) Two Navy Seabee Brothers from Americus, Georgia, Continue Together in War and Peace, 18 September 1945
11 9 (102) A North Carolina Seabee Helped Maintain Yontan Airfield Where Many War-End Bombing Missions Originated, 21 September 1945
11 9 (103) Seabee on Okinawa Playing Hand-Made Guitar, no date
11 9 (104) Navy Seabees Covert Jap Blankets to Overhead Heat Insulating Material, 27 September 1945
11 9 (105) Mailmen with Navy Seabees on Okinawa Sweat Out Frozen Rating, 5 October 1945
11 9 (106) Disbursing Storekeepers with Frozen Rating Become Unwilling Members of Exclusive Set, 5 October 1945
11 10 (107) Navy Seabee from Troy Landed from First American Ship Docked at Tokyo Bay
11 10 (108) Navy Seabee from Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, Landed from First American Ship Docked at Tokyo Bay, 8 October 1945
11 10 (109) Navy Seabee from Detroit Landed from First American Ship Docked at Tokyo Bay, 8 October 1945
11 10 (110) Navy Seabee from Framingham, 8 October 1945
11 10 (111) Navy Seabee Brothers from Ogden, 8 October 1945
11 10 (112) Navy Seabee from Gallup, 8 October 1945
11 10 (113) Navy Seabee from Brooklyn, 8 October 1945
11 10 (114) Navy Seabee from Quincy, 8 October 1945
11 10 (115) Navy Seabee from Lodi, 8 October 1945
11 10 (116) Navy Seabee from Providence, 8 October 1945
11 10 (117) Navy Seabee from Mauch Chunk, 8 October 1945
11 10 (118) Navy Seabee from Newburyport, 8 October 1945
11 10 (119) Navy Seabee from Houston, 8 October 1945
11 10 (120) Navy Seabee from Erie, 8 October 1945
11 10 (121) Navy Seabee from Santa Rosa, 8 October 1945
11 10 (122) Navy Seabee from Claremont, 8 October 1945
11 10 (123) Navy Seabee from Benton Harbor, 8 October 1945
11 10 (124) Navy Seabee from Denver, 8 October 1924
11 10 (125) Navy Seabee from Andalusia, 8 October 1945
11 10 (126) Navy Seabee from Stockton, 8 October 1945
11 10 (127) Navy Seabee from Knobel, 8 October 1945
11 10 (128) Navy Seabee from New York City, 8 October 1945
11 10 (129) Navy Seabee from Lattimer, 8 October 1945
11 10 (130) Navy Seabee from New City, 8 October 1945
11 10 (131) Navy Seabee from Pearl River, 8 October 1945
11 10 (132) Navy Seabee from Portland, 8 October 1945
11 10 (133) Navy Seabee from Salt Lake City, 8 October 1945
11 10 (134) Navy Seabee from Rensselaer, 8 October 1945
11 10 (135) Navy Seabee from Price, 8 October 1945
11 10 (136) Navy Seabee from Pipestone, 8 October 1945
11 10 (137) Navy Seabee from Duluth, 8 October 1945
11 10 (138) Navy Seabee from Shanandoah, 8 October 1945
11 10 (139) Navy Seabee from Duluth, 8 October 1945
11 10 (140) Navy Seabee from St. Louis, 8 October 1945
11 10 (141) Navy Seabee from Colebrook, 8 October 1945
11 10 (142) Navy Seabee from Toledo, 8 October 1945
11 10 (143) Navy Seabee from Dallas, 8 October 1945
11 10 (144) Navy Seabee from Kingsport, 8 October 1945
11 10 (145) Navy Seabee from New Dorp, 8 October 1945
11 10 (146) Navy Seabee from Washington, 8 October 1945
11 10 (147) Navy Seabee from Sagle, 8 October 1945
11 10 (148) Navy Seabee from Kershaw, 8 October 1945
11 10 (149) Navy Seabee from Gary, 8 October 1945
11 10 (150) Navy Seabee from Peabody, 8 October 1945
11 10 (151) Navy Seabee from Oroville, 8 October 1945
11 10 (152) Navy Seabee from the Bronx, 8 October 1945
11 10 (153) Navy Seabee from Charlottesville, 8 October 1945
11 10 (154) Navy Seabee from Summerville, 8 October 1945
11 10 (155) Navy Seabee from Columbia, 8 October 1945
11 10 (156) Navy Seabee from Berlin, NH, 8 October 1945
11 10 (157) Navy Seabee from Covina, 8 October 1945
11 10 (158) Navy Seabee from Cherokee, 8 October 1945
11 10 (159) Navy Seabee from La Porte, 8 October 1945
11 10 (160) Navy Seabee from Ventura, 8 October 1945
11 10 (161) Navy Seabee from Venice, 8 October 1945
11 10 (162) Navy Seabee from Buffalo, 8 October 1945
11 10 (163) Navy Seabee from Eureka, 8 October 1945
11 10 (164) Navy Seabee from Phoenix, 8 October 1945
11 10 (165) Navy Seabee from Milton, 8 October 1945
11 10 (166) Navy Seabee from Pratt, 8 October 1945
11 10 (167) Navy Seabee from New Bedford, 8 October 1945
11 11 (168) Seabees at Yokosuka Naval Air Base--21 photographs to illustrate story nos. 107-168
11 12 (169) Father and Son Enlisted Together in Navy Seabees and Now Serve in Same Unit, 26 October 1945
11 12 (170) Portable Organs and Miscellaneous Items Converted into Two-Manual Chapel Organ, 26 October 1945
11 12 (171) October Typhoon Hits during World Series, no date
11 12 (172) Navy Seabee Paints Signs in Two Languages, 1 November 1945
11 12 (173) Seabee Meets Okinawa from California, 5 November 1945
11 12 (174) CPO Returns to View Quarters Demolished by Typhoon, 5 November 1945
11 13 Seabee Magazine--Manual for Staff Correspondents
11 14 The Eighth Special Battalion, by Lennis L. Jackson
11 15 The Eighth Special's Seabeezness, January-May 1944
11 16 Correspondence and orders of Lennis L. Jackson, 1944-1945
11 17 30 photographs of people and scenes on Okinawa
11 18 Other photographs
11 19 Other writings by Lennis L. Jackson
Oversized items
XOP119 - Flag flown by the USS Atlanta in Japanese Waters with donation letter and clipping
OP1 - Map of Lennis L. Jackson's travels in the Pacific, 1942-1945
OP2 - 2 maps of Okinawa Shima
OP3 - Seabee, 29 August 1945
OP4 - Seabee, 12 September 1945
OP5 - Seabee, 10 October 1945
OP6 - Seabee fragment, no date
OBV1 - Scrapbook
OBV2 - Scrapbook
Franklin and Jonathan Therrell Black letters [Part of accession 95-03-03]
12 1 Correspondence, 1943
12 2 1944
12 3 1945
Ceynal C. Horton letter [accession 95-05-17]
12 4 Letter: Ceynal C. Horton to Laura Foddis, 6 June 1945 [accession 95-05-17]
Ursula de Boor papers[Accession 96-05-05]
12 5 Ursula de Boor prosecution and imprisonment materials
12 6 Ursula de Boor prosecution and imprisonment materials
Jesse Brannen papers [accession 96-02-04] Jesse Brannen served in the Philippines, New Guinea, and elsewhere in the South Pacific with the U. S. Army's 101st Anti-Aircraft Battalion. Brannen is an alumnus of Emory University ('37C).
12 7 V-mail: Mrs. J.E. Brannen (mother) to Jesse Brannen, 1942-1944 (photocopies)
12 8 101st Firsts for "Yank: Mail Call" by Woodson P. Daniel, (typescript photocopy)
12 9 Collected poems (photocopies and typescript)
12 10 Collected cartoons (photocopies)
12 11 Collected clippings, 1943, 1945, no date (photocopies)
12 12 "The New Guinea Campaign" (typescript)
12 13 Extract of General Orders No. 21, May 6, 1943 (photocopy)
12 14 Collected maps (photocopies)
12 15 Collected postcards
12 16 Photograph: Jesse Brannen, December 1994
John M. Schreeder photograph collection [Accessions 96-08-03 and 96-08-05] John M. Schreeder (Emory alumnus, 1949M), was a gunner in charge of an anti-aircraft gun during World War II. Dr. Schreeder took photographs with a camera he carried during the war. The photographs document the areas in which Schreeder saw action, including North Africa, Italy, France, Germany, and Austria. The images depict Schreeder and his colleagues, daily life during the war, USO activities, and weapons, equipment, and aircraft used during the war. The photographs were assigned numbers and are filed in numerical order. Inventories identify each image and are filed at the beginning of each sequence of photographs.
13 1 Inventory with identification: Photographs 1-20
13 2-21 Photographs: 1-20
13 22 Negatives: Photographs 1-20
13 23 Inventory with identification: Photographs 31-90 [Note: there are no photos numbered 21-30]
13 24-83 Photographs: 31-90
Lt. William B. Colgan letters [Accession 98-03-05] Lt. William B. Colgan of the United States Air Force 79th Fighter Group, 87th Squadron. The letters, dated from 1943-1945, are written to his family and friends in Waycross, Georgia, while he was serving in France and Italy. Colgan describes his activities and experiences during the war, particularly social activities including shows, meals, movies, and special programs for the soldiers. The collection also includes several documents discussing Colgan's military service and a newsclippings regarding Colgan receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross.
14 1 Correspondence, August-September 1943
14 2 Correspondence, October-December 1943
14 3 Correspondence, January-September 1944
14 4 Correspondence, October-December 1944
14 5 Correspondence, 1945
14 6 Correspondence, Others, 1945-1947
14 7 Military service commendations
Alan James Secord naval diary [Accession 96-07-15] Alan Secord served as an Ensign in the United State Naval Reserve during World War II. His diary briefly describes his naval career from July 1, 1943 - August 2, 1960. The entries detail his arrivals and departures at various military facilities and locations. During World War II, he served on the USS Barnstable (APA-93) mainly in the Pacific Theater. Also includes Secord's service ribbons.
14 8 Diary, July 1, 1943-August 2, 1960
14 9 Diary, photocopy
14 10 Service ribbons
Max Milligan papers
14 11 Reminiscences of WWII service in the Pacific at staging base for Guadalcanal and sinking of the President Coolidge in the harbor of Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Islands
14 12 "Wreck of the Coolidge," from National Geographic Magazine
Thomas J. Barfield memoirs [Accession 2005-02-17]
14 13 "Recollections of My Navy Days," April 2000
James E. Hillery correspondence
14 14 Correspondence to James E. Hillery, 1935, 1943
Joe Peneston correspondence
14 15 Correspondence, circa 1940s
Alan Campbell-Johnson papers
15 1 "Mountbatten: The Triple Assignment, 1942-1948. A Recorder's Reflections," April 27, 1996
Charles Cotton Harrold II correspondence
15 2 Correspondence, December 1942-July 1943
15 3 Correspondence, August 1943-March 1944
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