New York State Historical Documents
Letters from Weedsport men in the armed forces, written to their high school principal W.F. Lampman, concerning military experiences and requests for recommendations
University of Texas Libraries
Composed of correspondence, postcards, diaries, newspaper clippings, greeting cards, military orders, a training manual, photographs, and a map, the World War I Soldiers' Collection, 1917-1919, 1965-1968, chronicles the experiences of twenty American soldiers during World War I.
Urbana Free Library
Collection contains ration books, victory mail (v-mail), programs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, greeting cards, retailers' occupation tokens, posters, and photocopies of a flight log book pertaining to the American involvement in World War II. Materials date from 1940 to 1958
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Minutes (1942-1966), correspondence (1942-1967), financial reports and tax returns, memos, press releases, pamphlets, and other records of the council; scattered minutes and other items of its antecedent organization, Provisional Committee Toward a Democratic Peace; materials by and about Norman Thomas, chairman of the council, including speeches, letters, newspaper columns, and biographical items; organizational materials for National Sharecroppers Week; and correspondence (1942-1943) of the Philadelphia Branch of Youth Committee for Democracy. Includes material relating to universal disarmament, strengthening of the United Nations, end to racial discrimination, and war upon the world's poverty and disease. Correspondents include Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge, Roger N. Baldwin, Alfred M. Bingham, Charles F. Boss, Jr., Dorothy Detzer, John Dewey, Mary W. Hillyer, John Haynes Holmes, William Bross Lloyd, Jr., Mildred Scott Olmsted, James Rorty, Stephen Siteman, Arlo D. Tatum, Norman Thomas, ... Read More
University of Oregon
The collection comprises records of the World Without War Council (1960-1973) and contains correspondence, association files, subject files, periodicals and newsletters. Correspondence is separated into incoming and outgoing sections. Outgoing letters are arranged by date from 1960-1973. Incoming letters are arranged alphabetically. Files consisting of correspondence with specific people belonging to various associations are titled by individual names. Association files and subject files are organized alphabetically by title of group or subject. Material includes correspondence and collected topical information. Periodicals and newsletters are organized by title of publication. A later addenda is located in the last two boxes of the collection, consisting of correspondence, association and subject files, periodicals, and newsletters
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Minutes, resolutions, correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial records, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, and other printed matter, relating to peace movements in the United States, pacifism, conscientious objectors, disarmament, nuclear weapons, American foreign policy, world affairs, and the Vietnamese War. Includes papers of Robert Pickus, founder of the World without War Council
Library of Virginia
Includes correspondence, reference notes, clippings, cards, unpublished manuscripts and miscellaneous items
Oregon State Archives
Series documents correspondence between the Commission and government officials and the public on a variety of subjects of interest to the World War Veterans State Aid commission. Series includes correspondent name, date and subject of letters, and action taken on the correspondence. Subjects include bond sales, American Legion office resolutions, irrigation district problems, appraiser and attorney questions on specific areas of the loan program, veteran loan program, loan closures, property appraisals, cash bonus applications, county lands, and qualifications for loans received under the Oregon Loan and Bonus Law of 1921
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of letters written by William H. (Bill) Todd, Jr., to his family during World War II. Also included are letters to Todd from family members
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Correspondence, reports, minutes, lists, and public relations materials relating to the coordination of the activities of state, local, and private agencies in the war effort. Well covered topics include agricultural labor and marketing, coal supplies, propaganda, and Liberty Loan sales