World War, 1939-1945.
Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of three letters, dated March 6, June 10, and June 17, 1943. All three were written to Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Atlanta from PFC M. M. Torres, Jr., who was stationed in Smyrna, Tenn., with the 47th Command Squadron during World War II. In the letters, Torres complains about his assignment and discusses routine actions.
This collection features documents, news articles, and photographs from Marinell St. Clair Eldredge's participation in the 1945 Aviation Psychology Program Flight Project at the University of Tennessee. She was certified as a pilot for the U.S. Air Forces in 1945.
Collection includes 3 issues of a newsletter, Cobbie's Chatter, put together by World War II soldier Marion Cobb to provide updates to friends and family. Also included are two photocopied newspaper clippings.
The Maude Brown Collection, 2004, contains a letter written by Maude Brown to relatives who gave her a book about Oak Ridge during World War II. The letter describes some of Brown's remembrances of life in Oak Ridge during World War II.
This collection of Merrill Moore Papers, 1946, contains three items: a February 1, 1946, letter from Moore, an article about his sonnet writing, and a photograph of him.
This collection contains a letter to Mrs. H. B. Warner in Paris, Tennessee, from her husband at Camp Polk in Leesville, Louisiana. He discusses the horrible weather and teaching men about decontamination. The collection also houses three patches, an Army pin, and a Good Conduct Medal.
A copy of My Military Missal, a pocket-sized Catholic prayer book published for use by military personnel during World War II.
This collection contains letters both addressed to and written by N. E. Fitzgerald, a professor and Dean at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The letters are correspondence between N. E. Fitzgerald and former students, then serving in all theatres of operation during World War II. The correspondence dates from 1943 to 1946.
This collection includes news articles, currency, and photographs from Oliver Summers's service during World War II. Also included are his graduation invitations and an installation of officers pamphlet from Summers's 1953 commencement ceremonies at UT Memphis.
This collection features stories and histories about the 275th Armored Field Artillery Battalion during World War II.
This photograph, taken in 1943, records twenty-six women and two men in Navy uniforms before a plane. Imprinted on the front is "AMM M-14 SEC. A / NATTC Memphis 43."
This collection includes 11 photographs from the ground of Tyntesfield, England during the 1940s and the 1990s.
This collection includes a single copy of Pocket Guide to Tunisia, a booklet created for U. S. military personnel during World War II.
Copies of the Maryville-Alcoa Times and The Tennessean with featured articles on prisoner of war camps during World War II.
This collection consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings regarding Sgt. Reginald Ferguson's disappearance while overseas during World War II.
This is an undated school assignment on World War II, featuring patches and photographs from the war, written by Rick Eldredge.
This collection features photographs, documents, and currency from Robert A. Page's service during World War II in the United States Army.
This collection includes photographs, U.S. Naval Forces and Eleventh Amphibious Force documents, newspaper excerpts about Robert G. Osborne and his fellow men, and a brief personal narrative from Osborne about his experience in World War II.
This collection features correspondence and photographs from Robert Gentry's service in the US Armed Forces during World War II.
This collection consists of photocopies of New York Times correspondent Robert Trumbull's series on Pearl Harbor. Covering a two-year period, the dispatch describes the post-attack effort to salvage Pearl Harbor. The series was completed in 1943, but was not published due to wartime censorship. In December of 2006, the New York Times finally released an edited version of the dispatches.