World War, 1939-1945 -- United States
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
American Military History Lithographs
An artificial collection consisting of black and white and color lithographically reproduced prints depicting historical battle scenes and soldiers throughout American history from the 1780s through WWII-era. Artists represented include Currier and Ives, H. Charles McBarron, Arthur Beaumont, Kurz and Allison, Gary Sheahan, Barse Miller, Aaron Bohrod, and Edward Laning.
Maurice G. Duncan collection of WWII-era newspapers and magazines, 1939-1945.
Tulsa Tribune and Tulsa World newspaper segments; individual issues (New York World-Telegrah, Pittsburgh Press, Chicago Sun, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Kansas City Star, Kansas City Times, Atlanta Journal, Oklahoma City Times) all dating from 1939-1945, and featuring the top news stories regarding the war. Also inlcuded are WWII pages excised from Life Magazine.
Paris WWII Victory Parade photographs, 1944 August
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.