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Volume 106-07: 1941-42, Congregation Of The Mission Dec 1941

Volume 106-07: 1941-42, Congregation Of The Mission

Annales de la Congregation de la Mission

Annals of the Congregation of the Mission, or collection of edifying letters.


Ben Mcgehee Hotel Memorabilia, 1933-1941 Dec 1941

Ben Mcgehee Hotel Memorabilia, 1933-1941

Finding aids

This collection contains memorabilia from the Ben McGehee Hotel and a letter from a man named Ernest to his ‘sweetheart’ on Ben McGehee Hotel stationary.


Ben T. Embry Camp #977, United Confederate Veterans Records, 1902-1941 Dec 1941

Ben T. Embry Camp #977, United Confederate Veterans Records, 1902-1941

Finding aids

This collection contains records, membership lists, minutes of meetings, committee reports, general orders, clippings, obituaries, and published material. It also contains the 1903 organizational record of the John R. Homer Scott Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy.


George B. Rose Papers, 1891-1941 Dec 1941

George B. Rose Papers, 1891-1941

Finding aids

This collection contains personal and business papers of George B. Rose and his mother, Margaret T. Gibbs Rose. Papers include correspondence, bank statements, invoices, receipts, and essays.


Hulling Cottonseed, Cottonseed Oil Mill In Rose City Dec 1941

Hulling Cottonseed, Cottonseed Oil Mill In Rose City

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of an unidentified African American man running a brush over a tray of seed to hull the cottonseeds in the Rose City Cotton Oil Mill.


Newspaper Article, "Army Moves 85,000 Japs From Area No. 1" Dec 1941

Newspaper Article, "Army Moves 85,000 Japs From Area No. 1"

Japanese American internment in Arkansas

Article discussing the movement of 85,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans from Military Area No. 1 into relocation camps in the United States. It lists off the areas along the west coast where people were being forcefully evacuated.


Sorghum Mill At Work, Fulton Dec 1941

Sorghum Mill At Work, Fulton

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of a sorghum mill at Fulton. There are two mules hitched to a large wooden lever and walking in a circle to operate the mill. A man is sitting by the mill to feed the cane.


Cottonseed Cake Press, Cottonseed Oil Mill In Rose City Dec 1941

Cottonseed Cake Press, Cottonseed Oil Mill In Rose City

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of two unidentified African American men working at a cottonseed cake press in the Rose City Cotton Oil Mill.


Cotton Field At Lake Dick Dec 1941

Cotton Field At Lake Dick

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of an unidentified man working with a cultivator in a cotton field at the Lake Dick Farm Security Administration Project.


Brochure, "It's Apple Blossom Time" Dec 1941

Brochure, "It's Apple Blossom Time"

Farming in Arkansas

This is a brochure about the apple orchards and apple industry in Northwest Arkansas.


Sheet Music, "I'Ve Found My Cowboy Sweetheart" By Patsy Montana, Patsy Montana Dec 1941

Sheet Music, "I'Ve Found My Cowboy Sweetheart" By Patsy Montana, Patsy Montana

Arkansas folk music supplemental materials

Sheet music with lyrics to Patsy Montana's song, "I've Found My Cowboy Sweetheart."


Lyrics To "Me And My Cowboy Sweetheart," Patsy Montana, Patsy Montana Dec 1941

Lyrics To "Me And My Cowboy Sweetheart," Patsy Montana, Patsy Montana

Arkansas folk music supplemental materials

Lyrics to Patsy Montana's song, "Me and My Cowboy Sweetheart."


Biography, "The Story Of Patsy Montana" Dec 1941

Biography, "The Story Of Patsy Montana"

Arkansas folk music supplemental materials

Biography about Patsy Montana from a songbook


Amity High School Girl's Basketball Team Dec 1941

Amity High School Girl's Basketball Team

Sports in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of the girl's basketball team at Amity High School in 1941.


Women Cleaning Spinach At Canning Factory, Van Buren Dec 1941

Women Cleaning Spinach At Canning Factory, Van Buren

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of women cleaning spinach at a canning factory in Van Buren. There is a large spinach spinner on the right side of the photo.


Cotton Gin Near Natural Steps Dec 1941

Cotton Gin Near Natural Steps

Farming in Arkansas

This is a black and white photograph of a cotton gin near Natural Steps in Pulaski County.


Arkansas County School District Records, 1891-1941 Dec 1941

Arkansas County School District Records, 1891-1941

Finding aids

This collection includes record books, registers, directors' record books, election poll books, receipt books, correspondence, and legal papers pertaining to two school districts in Arkansas County, Arkansas.


Arkansas Works Progress Administration, Women's And Professional Projects Photograph Album, 1937 And 1941 Dec 1941

Arkansas Works Progress Administration, Women's And Professional Projects Photograph Album, 1937 And 1941

Works Progress Administration (WPA) Arkansas scrapbooks, 1933-1943

This item is a photo album chronicling activities related to the Division of Women's and Professional Projects in Arkansas. Topics include library programs, hot meal programs, Health Lunch Project, Home Aid project, historical records survey to inventory civic records, and 1937 flood refugees.


Victory Vol. 2, No. 52, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1941

Victory Vol. 2, No. 52, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Victory: Official Weekly Bulletin of the Agencies in the Office for Emergency Management

These weekly publications from ca. December 1940 to 1944 fell under the titles of Defense and Victory. Defense was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of Emergency Management.” Victory was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of War Information.” The publications were designed to provide information to the civilian population on war related topics concentrating on economic issues. Established in May 20, 1941, the Office of Civilian Defense was created “to assure effective coordination of Federal relations with State and local governments engaged in furtherance of war programs; to provide for necessary cooperation with state and local governments ...


Victory Vol. 2, No. 51, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1941

Victory Vol. 2, No. 51, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Victory: Official Weekly Bulletin of the Agencies in the Office for Emergency Management

These weekly publications from ca. December 1940 to 1944 fell under the titles of Defense and Victory. Defense was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of Emergency Management.” Victory was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of War Information.” The publications were designed to provide information to the civilian population on war related topics concentrating on economic issues. Established in May 20, 1941, the Office of Civilian Defense was created “to assure effective coordination of Federal relations with State and local governments engaged in furtherance of war programs; to provide for necessary cooperation with state and local governments ...


Evangelical Visitor - December 22, 1941 Vol. Liv. No. 25., V.L. Stump Dec 1941

Evangelical Visitor - December 22, 1941 Vol. Liv. No. 25., V.L. Stump

Evangelical Visitor (1887-1999)

Vol. LIV. No. 25.


Campus Comment, December 19, 1941, Bridgewater State Teachers College Dec 1941

Campus Comment, December 19, 1941, Bridgewater State Teachers College

The Comment

No abstract provided.


Victory Vol. 2, No. 50, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1941

Victory Vol. 2, No. 50, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Victory: Official Weekly Bulletin of the Agencies in the Office for Emergency Management

These weekly publications from ca. December 1940 to 1944 fell under the titles of Defense and Victory. Defense was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of Emergency Management.” Victory was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of War Information.” The publications were designed to provide information to the civilian population on war related topics concentrating on economic issues. Established in May 20, 1941, the Office of Civilian Defense was created “to assure effective coordination of Federal relations with State and local governments engaged in furtherance of war programs; to provide for necessary cooperation with state and local governments ...


Tomahawk, December 16, 1941, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1941

Tomahawk, December 16, 1941, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1941, Denton Herber, Eileen Smith, Joseph D. Chapline Jr., Robert Ihrie Dec 1941

The Ursinus Weekly, December 15, 1941, Denton Herber, Eileen Smith, Joseph D. Chapline Jr., Robert Ihrie

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Students to enjoy festive board and banquet addresses • Capacity audience Thursday evening hears fourth rendition of "Messiah" • Pre-meds will hear Winkleman, neurologist, at meeting tomorrow • Y Christmas basket drive nets $31.25 for Red Cross • Men debaters hold informal meeting at Dr. Carter's home • Inclement weather fails to dampen exuberance of gay senior weekend • Wednesday Xmas party will present a sultan, his court, and dancing • Dr. Lentz to serve holy elements at service Thursday • Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians promise "to do" song for Ursinus • Winner of national forensic contest to receive $1,000 • Dr. Kohman tells of nutritional value ...


Trail Blazer - Volume 12, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1941

Trail Blazer - Volume 12, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 13, 1941.


Letter From Elizabeth Ames To David Ames, February 12, 1941, Elizabeth Ames Dec 1941

Letter From Elizabeth Ames To David Ames, February 12, 1941, Elizabeth Ames

David and Elizabeth (Motley) Ames WWII Letters

Letter from Elizabeth Ames to her husband David about how proud she is of her husband for being away but also about how she misses him. She refers to a recent phone call after a practice alarm of some sort, and it was nice to hear from him directly after all the stress and congratulates him on a Letter of Commendation from the Admiral. She also mentions the carpet samples she has looked at for their house and wants his opinion on the color.


Ua3/2/4 World War Ii, Paul Garrett Dec 1941

Ua3/2/4 World War Ii, Paul Garrett

WKU Archives Records

Chapel speech delivered to WKU student body by Paul Garrett upon declaration of America's entry into World War II.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1941

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Athletics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Club - Notes
  • Engagements – Weddings
  • Faculty Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Music Morsels
  • Society – Personals
  • Spikes, Cleats and Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • President Paul Garrett Advises Students on Crisis – World War II
  • Handel’s ‘Messiah’ to Be Presented Here Sunday
  • Chapel Features Talks Lectures
  • Talks on National Emergency Given
  • Hilltopper Rifle Team Schedule Is Announced
  • Steger, Sam. College Heights Herald Ties for First Place as State’s Best College Paper
  • Burns, John. Letter from Judge of Kentucky Intercollegiate ...


Defense Vol 2, No. 49, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1941

Defense Vol 2, No. 49, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Defense: Official Weekly Bulletin of the Office for Emergency Management

These weekly publications from ca. December 1940 to 1944 fell under the titles of Defense and Victory. Defense was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of Emergency Management.” Victory was the “Official weekly bulletin of the Office of War Information.” The publications were designed to provide information to the civilian population on war related topics concentrating on economic issues. Established in May 20, 1941, the Office of Civilian Defense was created “to assure effective coordination of Federal relations with State and local governments engaged in furtherance of war programs; to provide for necessary cooperation with state and local governments ...