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World War, 1939-1945

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Archives of the Holocaust (Collection)

 Collection
Identifier: FC-2018-04
Scope and Contents The Archives of the Holocaust was established in August 1972 by the Department of Religious Studies. The collection includes materials and research related to Dr. Morton C. Fierman's course titled "The Holocaust: the ordeal of European Jewry during the Second World War as reflected in art, music, drama, fiction, poetry, historical, psychological, and religious writing", developed in February 1972. The collection includes articles, audio recordings of Dr. Fierman's lectures,...

If It's compulsory, it's conscription and other brochures, Anti-Conscription Committee (New York, NY) , 1945

 File
Identifier: FC-06-0073-03
Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.

Key, George, 1880 - 1989-02-01

 Sub-Group — Document box 40-41
Identifier: 11-1
Scope and Contents note The Local History Collection focuses on the history of Orange County California and the cities within Orange County, Southern California and to a lesser extent California as a whole. All Time periods from 1776-2012 (to date) are covered. The collection includes 3860 cataloged books and pamphlets, correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts, maps, memoribilia. papers, periodicals, posters and photographs.

Letter to Secretary of War Stimson re war and death of son, Wallace S. Chase (Cleveland, OH) , 1944 - 1945

 File
Identifier: FC-06-0072-10
Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.

McDermont, Gilbert, 1913-10 - 1923-03-31

 Sub-Group — Document box 45
Identifier: 13-1
Scope and Contents note The Local History Collection focuses on the history of Orange County California and the cities within Orange County, Southern California and to a lesser extent California as a whole. All Time periods from 1776-2012 (to date) are covered. The collection includes 3860 cataloged books and pamphlets, correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts, maps, memoribilia. papers, periodicals, posters and photographs.

People's Observer, 1939

 Item — Flat file drawer Benedict Collection Drawer 10
Identifier: FC-2019-03
Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.

Samuel Moon Monument Valley Oral History (Collection)

 Collection
Identifier: OHP-278
Abstract The Samuel Moon Monument Valley Oral History Collection consists of a series of interviews conducted during Moon's research into the history of Monument Valley and of Harry Goulding, who ran the Monument Valley Trading Post from 1925 to 1963. The interviews were the basis of Moon's book about Goulding, Tall Sheep

Suppose Britain Loses and other pamphlets, Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies (New York, NY) , 1940

 File
Identifier: FC-06-0231-06
Scope and Contents Contains 2,800 serial titles, 250 linear feet of pamphlets and soft-cover books, and 100 linear feet of miscellaneous materials.

War Memorabilia (Collection)

 Collection
Identifier: SC-64
Scope and Contents note The Wars memorabilia Collection focuses on United States wars from The American Revolution through World War II. The collection includes WWII "propaganda" 16 mm newsreels films for selling U.S. War Bonds; 15 WWII Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings; Don C. Eckels' World War I memoribilia pertaining to American Expeditionary Forces servicemen in France from 1918-1919; Durkee/Blackdon family letters covering military and personal family matters from 1771-1802 and 1862-1893 which were donated by...