Korean War, 1950-1953
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — Folder S1585
Scope and Contents This collection includes a July 14, 1950 letter sent by Clarence A. Jackson, Executive Vice-President of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce, to the Board of Directors of the Chamber. The letter relates a July 13 confidential memo from one of their "Washington contacts" regarding the Emergency Powers Act and growing concerns over how the American economy might be subjected to wartime controls due to the United States entrance into the Korean War.
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.
Collection — Folder SP046
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photography album from William W. Jones in the United States, ranging from 1939 to 1963, regarding his training and service in World War II and the Korean War. The album contains photographs of Jones and other military personnel at various training camps including Fort Harrison, Indiana, Fort Benning, Georgia, and Fort Campbell, Kentucky. It also contains several pieces of paper ephemera including souvenirs, a medical record, ration and pay cards, a liberty pass,...