CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook containing original hard copy newsprint cartoons depicting the fight with Germany and Japan. The Japanese and German characters are depicted in a disparaging way, particularly Adolph Hitler.
Letters, diaries, military records, newspaper clippings, posters, and ephemera comprise the World War II Soldiers’ Collections, circa 1900-1986, documenting the experiences and views of approximately 50 American soldiers who served during the Second World War.
The E. A. “Dogie” Wright Papers, 1800, 1821-1987, contain correspondence, printed material, photographs, records, reports, maps, and sound recordings related to Wright’s career and personal life.
The George Travis Wright Family Papers, 1824-1917, include correspondence, journals, military papers, receipts, court records, plantation records, broadsides, and printed material related to the Wright family and to the economic and social history of the Eastern Red River Valley of Texas and Arkansas from 1824 to 1917.
Correspondence, literary productions, certificates and awards, printed material, military and government records, legal materials, and photographs compose the George Wythe Papers, [ca. 1915]-1971, documenting Wythe's life and career.
Comprising Photostat copies of the correspondence, memoranda, inventories, military orders and a broadside, the Henderson King Yoakum Papers, 1832-1857, chronicle the life of the Texas historian and lawyer.
Correspondence, photographs, military records, clippings, certificates, books, and genealogical research document the life of Willis G. Youens (1884-1943), a Texan physician who served in Europe with the U.S. Army Medical Section during World War I and later spent eight years with the Civilian Conservation Corps in Arizona.
Thirty-one page manuscript diary of a Vietnam paratrooper.
The Hugh Franklin Young narrative describes Young's experience in the Snively Expedition of 1843.