World War, 1939-1945.
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Bertha Pangborn Interview Transcript
Brynhild Mitchell Interview Transcript
Muriel Bunker papers
Clarence J. Fabry papers
This collection documents Clarence J. Fabry's World War II military experience as a soldier in the US Army. The collection also includes photographs, some of which appear to have been taken on the front lines.
David McClintock Interview Transcript
Dominic Ombrello Interview Transcript
Evelyn Cieslik Interview Transcript
Charles L. Foreman papers
Frank Sarvello Interview Transcript
George Windsand Interview Transcript
Gordon Hervala (Hervela?) Interview Transcript
Ida Thornberry Interview Transcript
James (Jack? Jim?) "Roxie" Lawson Interview Transcript
John Wasmuth Interview Transcript
Julia Westman Interview Transcript
Luther West Interview Transcript
Russell M. Magnaghi papers
Martha Johnson Interview Transcript
Norman M. Fabry papers
This collection documents Norman M. Fabry's military experience in World War II. Fabry was a Sherman tank commander (sgt). The collection consists of several letters and photographs.
Northern Michigan College of Education Alumni World War II correspondence
This collection contains letters, postcards, v-mails, and press releases about various alumni promotions and service history sent between 1942 and 1948.
Robert G. Davis Interview Transcript
Robert J. Paquette papers
Rollin Thoren Interview Transcript
Sally May (2010) Interview Transcript
Sylvia Kinnunen Interview Transcript
The Upper Peninsula in War
This folder contains information about how the land and people of the Upper Peninsula contributed to the war effort between 1941 and 1945. Also includes material related to local veterans' issues.
Tom Peters (June 1994) Interview Transcript
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