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Military education

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Harry A. Berne letters

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-119
Scope and Contents In the collection are 292 letters and envelopes. 207 were written by Harry Berne and sent to his parents and sister in St. Louis, dating from 29 January 1947 to 11 September 1949, with a few significant gaps. 49 letters were written to Harry by his sister, Marie Berne, dating from 30 January to 19 April 1947; 17 letters were written to Harry by his parents, Henry and Marigold Berne, dating from 5 February to 15 April 1947. Finally, there are 19 letters written to Harry and other relatives...
Dates: 1947 - 1955; (bulk) 1947-1948

George H. Guild letters

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: RHC-112
Scope and Contents Collection contains 11 letters, manuscript and typewritten, sent to George Guild's mother, Ruth L. Guild, in Nashua New Hampshire from his various postings in the United States. The contents generally describe army life in camp, training, food, exercise, rumors, entertainments, and possible furloughs. There is also a great deal of sharing news of friends and relatives who have written letters. The correspondence from 1945 includes mention of an automobile at home in Nashua,...
Dates: 1941-1942, 1945

Kissell Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-148
Scope and Contents Collection contains letters, postcards, and ephemera of the Kissell and Messersmith families during the World War I and World War II eras. The materials document the courtship of Thomas F. Kissell and Grace Messersmith, the World War I service of Grace's brother Walter W. Messersmith, and the World War II era military education and service of Grace and Thomas' son Leo "Gate" T. Kissell. The collection is organized into three series: 1) Messersmith-Kissell papers, 1915-1958, 2) Leo Kissell...
Dates: 1915 - 1958

Edward Manley and Jean Worthington letters

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-116
Scope and Contents In the collection are 226 letters and envelopes: 60 were written by Jean Worthington and sent to Edward Manley from 15 February 1945 to 1 July 1945; 159 were written by Edward Manley and sent to Jean Worthington while on duty with the U.S. Army from 15 February 1945 to 27 June 1946; and seven from other people with some relationship to the two, 1943-1945. A few letters are without envelopes; a few envelopes lack letters.The content of Jean's letters describes everyday life of a...
Dates: 1943 - 1946; Majority of material found in 1945

Naval recognition slides

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-50
Collection Description Collection consists of over 4000 35mm black and white slides of World War II naval vessels and aircraft in use by the United States, Great Britain, Japan, Germany, and the Soviet Union.
Dates: 1943-1953

Shumway-Kummerwold letters

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-113
Scope and Contents 297 letters, postcards, and greeting cards for the most part sent and received by members of the Shumway and Kummerwold families of Duluth, Minnesota. These date from July 1940 to early 1946, with a smaller grouping from 1953 to 1954. Most are postmarked Duluth, Minnesota; some contain newspaper and magazine clippings and photographs.The 80 letters sent to Robert Shumway from his parents Claude and Luella relate details of life at home and frequent news of relatives, friends,...
Dates: 1940-1954; Majority of material found within 1943-1946

Richard W. Thompson World War II letters

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-132
Scope and Contents Collection contains the letters of 2nd Lt. Richard W. Thompson of the United States Army Air Force to his mother, Mabel Hughes of Chicago, Illinois, dating from January 8, 1942 to October 22, 1945. Collection also contains a small amount of photographs, newspaper clippings, and an interview with Thompson recorded on 8mm videocassette.The contents of the correspondence detail Thompson's experience of military life and education at the Air Corps Technical School at Scott Field,...
Dates: 1942 - 1945