United States. Navy
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S3236
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of a carbon copy, or transcript, of a typed letter from Robert S. Allen in Tokosuka, Kyushu, Japan on November 20, 1945/11/20 regarding damage from bombardments and atomic bomb and how the Japanese people lived and behaved towards Americans at the conclusion of World War II.
Dates: 1945 November 20
Collection — Folder: S3390
Scope and Contents This collection includes, letters, photographs, and newspaper clippings from Carolyn Stuttle ranging from May 26-31, 1954 regarding the experiences of Ronnie K. Thompson during the explosion of the USS Bennington on May 26, 1954. The newspaper clippings regard reports and accounts of the explosion.
Dates: circa 1940-1955
Collection — Folder: S1740
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The first folder includes Anna C. Stover's autograph book from her time as a student at Ladoga High School. On one of the pages are the signatures of the Graduation Class of 1884. They are: Tudie Slade, Mary E. Kehoe, Mary Widday, Anna Pinkston, George Huntington, Grant E. Rose, D. W. Bonsack, Earl Onear, and Anna Stover. Under this list are "Rest of Class of '84 & 3." These ere Cora Daughtery, Lottie Fuller, and Angie Kelley. Enclosed between the pages is a ribbon imprinted "L.H.S....
Collection — Folder: S2947
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Ted Anderson aboard the USS Robert G. Bradley in the Persian Gulf on 1990/08/26 regarding service aboard the ship during the Gulf War of 1990-1991 and a newspaper article from the Atlanta, Georgia Journal and Constitution on 1990/09/16 regarding the USS Robert G. Bradley and its crew's role during the conflict.
Collection — Folder: S2927
Collection — Folder: OBE024
Collection — Folder: S3001
Collection — Folder: S2928
Scope and Contents This collection includes five photocopied letters to William "Bill" C. Glick, ranging from 1972-1991. Correspondents include Julius W. Becton, Jr., Brigadier General; H. Norman Schwarzkopf, General, U.S. Army, and Evan Bayh, Governor of Indiana. Also included are two poems dedicated to all who have served titled, "A Nation's and Soldier's Finest Hour of Glory" and "If the White House Could Talk" created by Mr. Glick during the Persian Gulf War.