World War (1939-1945).
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes slides, photographs, and a written description of Kalishman’s experiences during his one year of military service spent in Austria and Germany from 1955 to 1956 and impressions of the Dachau concentration camp site.
Small collection of papers from the files of former University of Florida history professor Arthur Funk. Features World War II artwork by Funk.
Correspondence of B.L. "Bunny" Pemstein, a young Jewish Navy recruit stationed at Key West during World War II.
The Bob Hope Collection documents, through collected ephemera and artifacts, the life and career of the legendary performer throughout the 20th Century and his 100 years (1903-2003).
Photocopy of transcribed diary by Clifford "Swede" Henley detailing his service during World War II in the 22nd Infantry Regiment.
A scrapbook commemorating the 1st Anniversary of the founding of a Jewish refugee settlement at Sousa, in the Dominican Republic, in January 1940. Also included are 15 photographs of various Latin and South American diplomatic groups visiting the Pan-American Union in Washington, D.C. during the 1940s.
A printed transcript of Colonel Earl W. Edwards' participation in World War II with the 22nd Infantry Regiment.
The collection includes personal papers and a photo album that once belonged to Edward J. Lavigne, a US Army photographer during World War II.
Diaries, correspondence, news clippings, hearings, engineering reports and other material related to South Florida, particularly in the Clewiston area. The collection also contains the records of the New River, Lake Okeechobee and Caloosahatchee Navigation Association.
Correspondence of the Hartzer-Corcoran family including letters and postcards that describe life in North Central Florida.