Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Refers to maps created or used in the context of military observations or activities.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview August G. Blume (1927-1993) was an author and historian focused on the Eastern Theater of World War I. This collection consists of his writing, correspondence but most notably a large number of photographic images of the Eastern Front during World War I that Blume attained during his research. The materials span the early 1900s to 2000.
Abstract Ray (1894-1969) and Leonard (1888-1971) Grimshaw were brothers who served as mechanics during World War I. The collection contains correspondence, military documents, photographs, clippings, newspapers, a diary, and booklets primarily relating to the military service of Ray M. Grimshaw but also includes a small selection of correspondence from his brother, Leonard.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The Stanley L. Marcus World War II Collection contains over 150 World War II survey and aeronautical maps, collected by Stanley L. Marcus during his service as a pilot in World War II. It is unknown if he collected the maps or if they were given to him. Most of the maps cover various areas of Great Britain, but other locations within Europe are also represented (see Index). There are also four United States Army Air Force air navigation charts: London to Berlin (S-131), Athens to Cairo, Algiers...
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection This small collection relates to Lieutenant Schuster's time serving as a United States Army Air Force pilot in the Pacific Theater during World War II, circa 1939-1945. The collection includes his official military flying and travel records, as well as a photograph of a B-32 bombing.
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