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Abstract Collection of approximately one hundred twenty (120) oral histories of Fighter Aces and several non-aces, including relatives of aces, other military pilots, and military historians.
Abstract Henry B. Christensen (1909-1990) was a United States Navy pilot during World War II. The collection contains military records, personnel documents, a pilot's log book, twelve (12) black-and-white photographs, and two (2) New Testaments.
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Contents of the Collection The Thomas Cooper World War II Photograph Collection is comprised of 42 photographs mostly taken by Paul A. Payne, with whom Thomas Cooper served in United States Marine Corps in the Pacific theater of World War II. The photographs were taken on Saipan and Tinian in the Mariana Islands between 1944 and 1945. They feature several American aircraft, such as a Northrop P-61, a Douglas C-47, a Consolidated B-24 Liberator, and several Boeing B-29s. Many of the B-29 photographs were taken on Tinian...
Abstract Stanley Joseph Dec (1920-) was born in Raymond, Washington. After attending flight school in Iowa, Dec joined the military and served as a pilot for the U.S. Navy during World War II. The collection contains documents, logs, and publications documenting the training and military career of World War II U. S. Navy Ensign Stanley J. Dec.
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Contents of the Collection The James A. Klotz World War II Collection is a small collection comprised of documents and photographs from Klotz's time in the Marines during and after World War II. The items gathered are primarily related to aircraft maintenance, including handwritten notes, aviation machinist training materials, aviation circulars, and checklists for aircraft maintenance for the St. Louis Lambert Naval Air Station. Nine black-and-white photographs feature Marines standing at attention and a Vought F7U...
Collection — Box: Small Collections Oversize Materials 2000-2005, oversize: folder
Overview Photographs showing members of the “Black Sheep Squadron” while they were stationed in the South Pacific during World War II.
Overview The World War II-era Propaganda Posters is a collection of posters illustrating the United States Government propaganda campaign to persuade Americans to support the war effort. The posters were mass-produced from about 1939 to 1945.