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Alan Wagoner WWII-era photographs, approximately 1940s

 Collection
Identifier: 2010-012
Scope and Contents A collection of 32 B/W snapshots and 2 photo-postcards, some featuring a possible family member and other soldiers serving in the US military during WWII. Also included are B/W snapshots of military equipment, destroyed structures, cityscapes, landscapes, plus a handful of unrelated snapshots.
Dates: approximately 1940s

Alton Conrad Rowe WWI-era postcards, 1918-1919

 Collection
Identifier: 2009-018
Scope and Contents Consists of 80 postcards, most of which are written by Corporal Alton Conrad Rowe, Jr. (Co. A, 301st Engineers AEF) to family members and to his fiance; mailed from Camp Devens (Massachusetts) as well as various places in France and Germany such as Paris, Coblenz, and Metz.The black & white, tinted, or full-color, postcards are comprised of photographic reproductions, artist's renderings and 2 actual photograph cards.The postcards are addressed as follows: 8...
Dates: 1918 - 1919

George Akira Doi WWII archive, 1941-1990

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Identifier: 2011-042
Scope and Contents The military records, service medals and insignia, photo albums, scrapbook and personal ephemera of George Akira Doi, who served during WWII in the 100th Infantry Division, an otherwise all-white unit. He saw combat in Europe and was decorated as “unquestionably the company’s best soldier.” George Akira Doi was the maternal grandfather of Kristi Yamaguchi (Olympic Gold Medalist figure skater).
Dates: 1941 - 1990; Majority of material found within 1941 - 1946

Jack C. Rea science fiction library, Undated

 Collection
Identifier: 2016-009
Scope and Contents The Rea library includes books of science fiction and other genre; magazines of science fiction and other genres.

Also included are personal items belonging to Jack C. Rea.
Dates: Undated

Jack Curnutt Rea WWII- era diary and ephemera

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Identifier: 2016-009-1-3
Scope and Contents Five year diary kept by Jack Rea, USNR Radio Technician 849 52 94, Company 1574-44 between the dates of 19 July through 17 October (year unknown). In the diary, Rea recorded his training experiences and his on- and off-duty daily activities.

3 photographs: Rea as a young man; Rea in Navy uniform; Rea as an older man.

Original artwork by EMSH for the cover of a sci-fi magazine.
Dates: 1940 - 1980

Liberation of Manila photographs

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Identifier: 2019-003
Content Description Photographs by an as yet unknown photographer taken during the liberation of Manilia and after.
Dates: 1945

Paris WWII Victory Parade photographs, 1944 August

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Identifier: 2016-045
Scope and Contents 17 black/white photographs featuring scenes of the allied victory parade in Paris, August 1944. Images include views of marching American, French and United Kingdom military divisions; armored cars, personnel carriers and howitzers; the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, and Place de la Concorde; crowds of French civilians; and dignitaries such as Charles de Gaulle and Winston Churchill.
Dates: 1944-08

Richard Kenneth Lee WWII photograph album, 1942-1944

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Identifier: 2014-062
Scope and Contents U.S. Army, World War II photo album documenting Richard Kenneth Lee's activities from Fort McClellan, Alabama to India (India-Burma Air Service Command, Karachi Air Base), 1942-1945. Richard Lee was with the US Air Force 479th Bomb Squadron. The album consists of 170 b/w photographs mounted in album with paper photo corners in a commercial photograph album with black cloth boards, patriotic emblem embossed and gilt stamped to cover, stating "My Photo-Memories of Service in the U.S. Army" and...
Dates: 1942 - 1944

Tarleton Leo Deverell WWII-era photographs and documents, 1943-1945

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Identifier: 2019-021
Content Description Documents and photographs relating to Tarleton Leo Deverell, a Military Police Escort Guard, during WWII. Deverell served as a guard for Prisoner of War Camps in Camp Bowie, Texas and Camp Tonkowa, Oklahoma during WWII.
Dates: 1943 - 1945