World War, 1939-1945 -- United States.
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses a typescript of an oral history interview with Rodney Quin Nelson Jr. conducted by Charles Johnson for the Veteran's Oral History Project of the Center for the Study of War and Society. The interview focuses primarily on Nelson's World War II experiences in the U. S. Navy.
This collection is a typewritten memoir by Robert Bracken detailing his experiences serving stateside with the Third Service Command during World War II. The memoir is 95 pages and though it was printed and completed in 1991, the text is based off of Bracken’s original manuscript written just after the war in 1946.
This collection includes photographs of the Third Army (U.S. Army) in Tennessee. Towns depicted include Shelbyville and Haley, Bedford County, Tenn. The photographs are of maneuvers, soldiers, and the Army’s camp, dated 1941.
This collection contains the papers of Wallace McClure, who was in the State Department prior to and during World War II and taught international relations at various universities.
This collection houses military newspapers, veterans' newsletters, articles, letters, and official military documents showing the life of the enlisted Army soldier serving in the Pacific theater during World War II. The 106th Infantry Regiment is particularly well represented.
The book housed in this collection is composed of transcriptions of letters written between Private Clifford E. Keenan and his immediate family from 1942 to 1944. Editor Hugh T. Keenan (Clifford E. Keenan's younger brother) has also included a brief biographical introduction and numerous photographs of the Keenan family.
This collection contains six photograph albums and scrapbooks compiled by various individuals during World War II. These volumes consist of such materials as photographs, newspaper clippings, letters, cards, telegraphs, and military records documenting the U. S. war effort.