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Hail And Farewell! The Methodist Protestant Church In Iowa, R. E. Harvey Jul 1942

Hail And Farewell! The Methodist Protestant Church In Iowa, R. E. Harvey

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


David Dale Owen And The First Geological Survey, Walter B. Hendrickson Jul 1942

David Dale Owen And The First Geological Survey, Walter B. Hendrickson

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Departmental Notes Jul 1942

Departmental Notes

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Glenn C. Haynes Jul 1942

Glenn C. Haynes

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for Glenn C. Haynes, Spanish American War veteran and Iowa state official.


J. W. Johnson, O W. Jul 1942

J. W. Johnson, O W.

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for teacher and editor J. W. Johnson.


Stanley R. Smith, O. W. Jul 1942

Stanley R. Smith, O. W.

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for lumberman and Iowa state legislator Stanley R. Smith.


George Heineman, B. L. Wick Jul 1942

George Heineman, B. L. Wick

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for George Heineman, leader of the Amana Society.


Julia Almira Robinson Jul 1942

Julia Almira Robinson

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for librarian Julia Almira Robinson.


Preserving War Records The Iowa War Records Commission, K. E. C. Jul 1942

Preserving War Records The Iowa War Records Commission, K. E. C.

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Mary Morton Rosemond, O. W. Jul 1942

Mary Morton Rosemond, O. W.

The Annals of Iowa

An obituary for librarian Mary Morton Rosemond.


William Stanley Braithwaite, Poet And Critic, Alma Westine Stone Jul 1942

William Stanley Braithwaite, Poet And Critic, Alma Westine Stone

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 29, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 29, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

June 29, 1942

Fort Dix, N. J.

Dear Mom,

Happilly (sp?) I received your letter to-day. Well, our foot lockers were taken to Port of Embarkation Sunday so I expect it won’t be too long before we sail or fly or entrain or what ever to where ever we are going!!

We have been off duty since Sunday just hanging around—waiting for our orders—and the weather is so warm. Yesterday the photographer in Wrightstown where we had our photos taken invited four of us to his home in Browns Mills for dinner. He has a ...


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Her Family Dated June 26, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Her Family Dated June 26, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

June 26, 1942

Fort Dix

Dearest Mom, Dad & Kids,

How is everything at home—I miss you all so much.

To-day we had our injections, physical exams and our helmets, tents (pup) blankets, pistol? Belts, canteens and all the paraphenalia [sic] for living in the field under combat conditions. Where are we going—that is the burning question we continually ask each other.

We made our allotments last night. On foreign soil we receive 10% more pay which is an increase of $20.00 making our pay $108.00/mon. The Red Cross gave us each a little ...


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel La Palme Dated June 24, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel La Palme Dated June 24, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

June 24, 1942

Station Hosp.

Dix

Dear Mom,

Just a note to tell you of the latest developments.

Several officers came over last night and introduced themselves—they belong to our unit and had arrived Sunday. Now we have seven doctors and twelve nurses plus chief nurse and they tell us we will meet the enlisted men and other officers at the point of Embarkation.

We are so excited—what a great chance to do our nursing, help our boys and our country and travel. We are meeting people from all over the country.

To-day we filled out ...


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Norman Lapalme Dated June 21, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Norman Lapalme Dated June 21, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

16th Station Hospital

Fort Dix N.J.

June 21, 1942

Dear Norman,

Here we are at Camp Dix—have been here for a whole week. It has been a long, long week.

Priscilla and I are still to-gether though—thank goodness—we went all through training to-gether at the hospital and I hope we are to-gether for the duration.

Last Saturday Mom, Jean and Ray’s girlfriend Kit came down to Devens—Priss and I showed them around and took them to the mess hall to eat—nurses mess hall that is. It surely must have been ...


Trail Blazer - Volume 12, Number 29, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Jun 1942

Trail Blazer - Volume 12, Number 29, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on June 20, 1942.


47th Annual Concert And Commencement, Sherwood Music School Jun 1942

47th Annual Concert And Commencement, Sherwood Music School

Commencement Programs

Program for the Sherwood Music School 47th Annual Concert and Commencement at Orchestra Hall (220 South Michigan Avenue) held on June 19, 1942.


Memorandum To President Gideonse, Ralph C. Benedict Jun 1942

Memorandum To President Gideonse, Ralph C. Benedict

Brooklyn College Farm Labor Project

Memorandum to President Gideonse regarding installation and some follow-up supervision of Brooklyn College students working on farms in Columbia and Dutchess counties. Memorandum dated June 11, 1942.


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 10, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 10, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

L. G. H.

Fort Devens

June 10, 1942

Dear Mom,

It seems a long time since all the nurses and friends gathered at the Greenfield Station to give us a great send-off that April Fools Day.

Good news and bad news! Priscilla and I are being transferred to Fort Dix, N.J. to a station hospital that is forming down there for overseas duty. Where? No one knows. Ten of us are going—I shall be home this week-end to say my farewells. Of course we volunteered!

Later June 18

Dear Mom,

I have been going to write ...


Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 8, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme Jun 1942

Letter Written By Marjorie Lapalme To Ethel Lapalme Dated June 8, 1942, Marjorie Lapalme

LaPalme, Marjorie

[Transcription begins]

Lovell General Hosp.

June 8, 1942

Dear Mom,

Just a note to let you know we got back okay!

Terribly hot day—we had to go on a hike carrying our gas masks over our shoulder and in white uniforms and shoes and stockings. We marched for miles down by the river—up to our ankles in mud and dust. One of the nurses fell in the mud and broke 2 fingers. She was a mess covered in mud from head to toe. Lt. Donnelly ran and picked her up struggling in mud up to his knees. We ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Work in 20 Departments
  • Hold Memorial Chapel Services for Prof. Franz Strahm
  • David Morton to Address Graduates Tonight Charles Welch Delivered Baccalaureate Speech
  • Boys State Meets on Hill June 7-13
  • ROTC Offered in Summer School
  • Open Shop Held by Industrial Arts
  • Western Approved for V-1 Program
  • Special Issue of College Heights Herald
  • State College Heads Advise 1942 High School Graduates
  • Many Special Feature Round Out Summer School Program
  • Under New Plan Students May be Draft Exempted Until Graduation
  • Outline of Living Accommodations is Made for Prospective Students
  • September 21-22 Designated As Freshmen Orientation Days
  • Statement From WKTC President Paul L. Garrett
  • Bowling Green’s Location is Excellently Suited for College
  • Dining Rooms
  • Information is Given Regarding the Possibilities of Self Support
  • Every Effort is Made to Safeguard the Health of Western’s Students
  • Expenses at Western are Kept at the Lowest Possible Figures
  • Nolan Fallahay Wins Oratorical Medal
  • James Elam Speaks at Athletic Banquet
  • Herald Awarded All-American Honors by the Associated Collegiate Press
  • War Education Course is Offered in Summer School
  • Western’s 50,000 Volume Library is An Up-to-Date Student Workshop
  • Many Students Study Penmanship at Western
  • Full Four-Year Course Offered in ROTC
  • Mack Sisk, Dorthie Hall Named Co-Editors for Next Year; Robert Cochran to be Business Manager
  • Western Military Dept. is Given Excellent Rating
  • Geography Department Offers Many Courses in Modern Laboratories
  • Western Offers a Complete Course in Smith-Hughes Home Economics
  • Three Portraits in Kentucky Museum are Originals by E.F. Andrews
  • Varied Social Program
  • Prominent Roles Played by Clubs in Campus Life
  • Modern Reading Clinic Held by Training School
  • Needs of ...


Preacher's Magazine Volume 17 Number 06, J. B. Chapman (Editor) Jun 1942

Preacher's Magazine Volume 17 Number 06, J. B. Chapman (Editor)

Preacher's Magazine

Editorial – "The Preacher and His Doctrine”; Doctrinal; Devotional; Homiletical, including Sermon Outlines; Practical. Cover: "[Responding Our of [Your] Own Free Will," by P. F. Bresee.


Friendly Endeavor, June 1942, George Fox University Archives Jun 1942

Friendly Endeavor, June 1942, George Fox University Archives

Friendly Endeavor

Friendly Endeavor, June 1942. Yearly Meeting June 9-14th; Who Pays The Bills for C.P.S.?; Quaker Hill Conference July 7 to 12. Publication of the Oregon Yearly Meeting of Friends, later known as the Northwest Yearly Meeting.


Jefferson Medical College Alumni Bulletin–Vol. 3 No. 4, June 1942 Jun 1942

Jefferson Medical College Alumni Bulletin–Vol. 3 No. 4, June 1942

Jefferson Medical College Alumni Bulletin

Table of contents – Vol. 3 No. 4, June 1942 A Message from Surgeon General Magee, Page 2 Medical Officers of the Army, Navy and the National Guard on Active Duty, Page 6 Greetings from the College, Page 7 The Medical Profession and the Senior Class, Page 9 The Charlotte Drake Cardeza Foundation, Page 10 Library News, Page 10 Faculy Changes, Page 11 Warren B. Davis, M.D., Sc.D., Page 12 A Message from Our President, Page 13 Ex-Internes’ and Class Reunion Clinics, Page 14 Alumni Day Clinics, Page 15 Annual Alumni Dinner, Page 16 Class Reunions, Page 18 War ...


Volume 60, Number 06 (June 1942), James Francis Cooke Jun 1942

Volume 60, Number 06 (June 1942), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dated Music

Much of the Extremely Unpleasant Music We Hear These Days Under the Alias of 'Modern' Should be Referred to the Narcotic Board for Investigation . . .

Our President Speaks for Music

Making Opera Democratic (interview with Mrs. August Belmont)

Philharmonic Distinguishes Youth

Hoot Mon! the Pipers Are Comin': All About Pipes, Pipers and Piping

Hey Day of Brahms and Schumann

Musical Saga of Samoa

More Music, More Defense: How Amplified Music is Stepping Up Defense Products

Notable Domestic Musical Triumph in the Far Northwest

Nasal Tone

Counterpoint in Plain Language: Part 1: Gentlemen, Old Bach is Here!

Homemade Music

Great ...


Correspondence From June Of 1942, Multiple Authors. Jun 1942

Correspondence From June Of 1942, Multiple Authors.

James Still World War II Collection

Correspondence written to James Still in June of 1942.


The Pauline Concept Of The New Man, Clarence William Franz Jun 1942

The Pauline Concept Of The New Man, Clarence William Franz

Graduate Thesis Collection

This thesis is to be primarily a character analysis. Naturally that will eliminate considerations that might be easily included. As far as possible a strenuous effort will be made to avoid detailed discussions about theological issues that inescapably belong to such a study as this. In a character analysis we must be concerned principally with individuality in persons. By that we mean to treat all those features and characteristions which distinguish the new man from the old. Those theological factors having to do primarily with the state of man in his relation to God will only be touched upon. It ...


Volume Xxiv, Number 4 - Summer 1942 Jun 1942

Volume Xxiv, Number 4 - Summer 1942

The Alembic

Volume XXIV, Number 4 – Summer 1942. 55 pages including covers and advertisements.

  • Kenny, Joseph "A Woman of Letters"
  • Rosen, Louis "The Gazette Goes to Press"
  • Gerhard, John "When the War is Over"
  • Young, Peter "Need Money?"
  • Shiel, James "Alembichords"
  • Gerhard, John "The Truck"
  • Sherman, James "Conquistador"
  • Gorman, Jeffrey "On Late-Comers"
  • Sharkey, John "St. Georgie and the Dragon"
  • "By the Way'


Some Manifestations Of The Democratic Ideal In The Novels Of Sinclair Lewis, Claretta Jeannette Scott Jun 1942

Some Manifestations Of The Democratic Ideal In The Novels Of Sinclair Lewis, Claretta Jeannette Scott

ETD Collection for AUC Robert W. Woodruff Library

No abstract provided.


Campus Comment, June 1, 1942, Bridgewater State Teachers College Jun 1942

Campus Comment, June 1, 1942, Bridgewater State Teachers College

The Comment

No abstract provided.