San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
The collection contains one box of military documents, photographs, and navigational charts
Boise State University Library
Chiefly ms. and published copies of poems and essays, many relating to the Owyhee region of southwestern Idaho; together with literary and personal correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, memorabilia, photos, and other papers. Includes reminiscences of Tracy's childhood in the 1890s in Silver City, Idaho, the Chinese there, and his work as an electric linesman (1912-1914) during the construction of Arrowrock Dam in Idaho; memorabilia from student days at College of Idaho in Caldwell; letters written while attached to 218th Aero Squadron in France and Germany during World War I (including service as the squadron's bandleader); and World War II letters from his son, William B. Tracy, a glider pilot working as instructor and mechanic for the Army Air Forces's glider program at Twentynine Palms, Calif., and Lamesa, Tex. Correspondents include Dr. William J. Boone, Courtland Matthews, Marianne Moore, and Tom Trusky
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
Eleven black and white photos
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Hess talked about his experiences as a U.S. Air Corps (and Army Air Forces) veteran. He spoke of the period between the 1930s and 1940s and of the following topics: World War II in the U.S. and in the European Theater, and German POW camps
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
Staff Sargent Norton Amos Gillespie was born in Compton, Calif., on Dec. 15, 1919. He attended Compton Union High School. He joined the Army Air Corps in December 1942 and reported for duty on January 5, 1943.He was a member of the 359th Bombardment Squadron. His was an engineer and worked on the B17G #42-31830 Marie. He also was part of the 303rd BG (H) Combat Mission Number 224. He passed away in California on Oct. 21, 2003
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
Collection contains aeronautical charts, newspaper clippings, photographs and a book related to Virginia Streeter's life
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Memories of wartime England, being shot down in Holland, and escaping capture with aid of the Dutch underground. Describes use of gliders in World War II and attitudes toward conduct of Korean and Vietnam conflicts
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
Twelve black and white photographs
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Herndon described in detail his career as a navigator with the U.S. Army. He served on many missions in Europe during World War II, including involvement in the 459th Bombardment Group. He discussed planes that he piloted, particluarly the B-17 and B-24. In 1945, after the war, Herndon began working for his father-in-law at Peasley Transfer and Storage as a warehouseman. Places represented include Boise, Idaho
Museum of the Great Plains
Elementary geography book, belonging to Johnson, containing signatures and drawings of airplanes; newsclippings about Johnson from Lawton Constitution, Chicago Sunday Tribune, and Kansas City Star including drawing by Howell Dodd; advertisement for his book entitled Thunderbolt, 2001 (1958); and miscellaneous articles


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