Nevada Historical Society
Scrapbook, diary (1917-1919), military records and citations, and printed materials documenting Hanna's service in the U.S. Army in Europe during World War I. -- Includes certificate of appreciation (ca. 1964), from President Lyndon B. Johnson, posthumously recognizing Hanna's military service
Museum of the Great Plains
Postcard collection of 46 images, chiefly relating to Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and Oklahoma City, Okla., with one accordian set (#27) containing 20 images -- Subjects include street scenes, civic buildings, and train station in Lawton; lake and resort views at Medicine Park; airplanes, army hospital, soldiers, and officer's quarters at Fort Sill; state capital and civic buildings in Oklahoma City, as well as oil fields and wells; Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, Okla; Grand Lake in Colorado; and baling cotton. Photographers include William P. Sanborn
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers chiefly relating to Polner's research on Vietnam veterans for his book No Victory Parades and on the question of amnesty for When Can I Come Home?, including correspondence (1963-1972), mss. of both books, transcripts of taped interviews, questionnaires, research notes, articles by Polner and others, copies of legal briefs, and clippings; audio tapes of oral histories of American Jews who were conscientious objectors or who resisted serving in the military during World War II or the Korean War; and research notes and correspondence about the evacuation of Japanese Americans from the West Coast during World War II and information about the Vietnam war, conscientious objection, and constitutional rights of GIs. Correspondents include Edward I. Koch, Robert Jay Lifton, James Reston, Jr., and Edward F. Sherman, contributors to When Can I Come Home?
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, diaries, deeds, estate papers, business records, certificates, burial records, and other papers, relating to Noble, other family members, and Goodrow and Leary relatives. Includes three letters from Samuel Hampton (d. 1864), a Union soldier serving in Maryland and Washington, D.C., detailing Army life and expressing his appreciation for Noble's assistance during the time of the death of Hampton's child; information concerning fruit cookery and plum puddings; and diary (1919) of Noble's son, Frederick A. Noble (1866-1925), describing his father's death
Arkansas History Commission
Chiefly letters written by James E. Womeldorff to his wife while he was serving with the U.S. Army Air Forces in Europe during World War II
Gloucester Archives
Cards (3"x5") which list Gloucester, Mass., men who served in French and Indian War and earlier Indian wars such as King Phillips War, with some dates and campaigns and name or army or navy unit, compiled from State House records (1675-1762)
Portsmouth Athenaeum
Printed "Life in the Service" diary filled in by Reda, containing enlistment data, personal description, buddies' list, promotion record, jokes, military slang, humorous writings, and chronology of the start of the war -- Describes in some detail, induction physical, basic training at Fort Dix, N.J., and Camp Langdon, N.H., and naval mine removal while at Fort Constitution in Portsmouth. Mentions the arrival of surrendered German submarines in Portsmouth. Also includes scrapbook with photographs, ration cards, greeting cards, and other material
Thomas Balch Library
This collection is generally grouped into three parts: Martha Strother's papers, the Love family papers, and James Edwards Douglass's papers. It contains letters and postcards, military papers and pamphlets, and photographs. This collection is arranged chronologically by recipient. The accompanying visual collection designation describes where each visual item is located in the collection. The first part of the collection contains handwritten letters and postcards received by Martha Strother primarily from 1911-1913 when she was in her early twenties, although there are four earlier letters in the collection dating from 1906 to 1910. The letters were written to Martha Strother from a wide circle of acquaintances and family members, covering a variety of topics from recent news and visiting invitations to thank you notes and declarations of love. Besides letters and postcards, the collection contains two small, undated, unidentified photographs and some handwritten copies of popular ... Read More
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Military records, immigration records, legal documents, and receipts including a discharge from military service in the Duchy of Nassau, an immigration contract with the Verein zum Schutz deutscher Einwanderer in Texas, and a citizenship record -- Other places represented include Calhoun County and Indianola, Tex
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Stateside service in the Army before and during World War II. Describes everyday life and training at Fort Sam Houston and later service at Camp Fannin as instructor