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Ms-093: John Henry Wilbrand Stuckenberg Papers, Tara R. Wink Jul 2007

Ms-093: John Henry Wilbrand Stuckenberg Papers, Tara R. Wink

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The John Henry Wilbrand Stuckenberg collection consists of materials relating to the life and works of J.H.W. and Mary Gingrich Stuckenberg. This material includes correspondence, publications, articles, newspaper clippings, and personal papers—such as diaries, biographical material, and photographs of both J.H.W. and Mary Gingrich Stuckenberg.


Ms-088: Dillon Anderson Papers, David Putnam Hadley Jul 2007

Ms-088: Dillon Anderson Papers, David Putnam Hadley

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This collection consists of the papers of Dillon Anderson, including correspondence, speeches and documents, an interview transcript, newspapers, and other miscellaneous materials. Most focus on the Eisenhower Administration, especially the National Security Council and national security policy during his administration.

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Ms-089: Yarnell Collection, Christopher C. Culig Jun 2007

Ms-089: Yarnell Collection, Christopher C. Culig

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The Yarnell Collection consists of correspondence received by Orpha Yarnell during World War II from both of her sons, Clyde and Glenn. Clyde served with the 493rd Quartermaster Depot, and the letter from overseas, his training at Camp Harahan, and his stay in Camp Stoneman. Glenn served with the 186th Engineer Combat Battalion, originating from Fort Jackson, Camp Forrest, and New Guinea.


Ms-084: Letters Of Gerald Koster, World War Ii, Krystal M. Thomas Feb 2007

Ms-084: Letters Of Gerald Koster, World War Ii, Krystal M. Thomas

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The collection is compromised mainly of letters written by Gerald Koster home to his family in West Toledo, Ohio. The letters follow Koster through training in Great Lakes, Illinois and into combat as well as giving a fairly complete portrait of life on board ship. While Koster’s letters to his parents focus on naval operations and descriptions of military life, those addressed to his younger sister, Phyllis, include more information and queries regarding friends, family, and neighbors on the home front. Koster is very careful about censoring; few of his letters have been edited. As the war continues, he ...