World War, 1939-1945
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Aviation Magazine Collection
Collection of World War II era aviation periodicals. Includes Flying(1941-1945), Air News(1944-1945) and Air Trails Pictorial(1944-1945).
Corporal Alger E. Brown Collection
This collection consits of approximately 60 letters, V-mail, and invitations from Corporal A. (Alger) E. Brown during his time in World War Two to M. J.(Mary Jane) Fishbaugh.
Mike J. Chavez World War Two Letters
This collection contains letters that were mostly sent by D-Day veteran, Mike J Chavez to his wife Stella Chavez during his tour in World War II. Also included in this collection are letters from Percy Chavez to Mrs. Mike Joe Chavez; a draft of a eulogy for Mike Chavez written by one of his children; a copy of a program for the "Jubilee of Liberty, Normany Beach 1944" award ceremony; one copy of "Stars and Stripes" Vol. 5, No. 195; and empty War Department envelopes.
Civil Defense Literature Collection
This collection includes booklets, advertisements, pamphlets, leaflets, and ephemera related to civil defense. Subjects include advertisements on blackout products, civil defense literature and decal products, and World War Two ephemera. Also included is material related to radioactive, nuclear, and atomic attacks; and fallout shelters.
Warren Furutani Collection
Ikemoto, (Henry) Collection
Japanese American History Collection
This collection contains books, pamphlets, flyers, photographs, booklets, correspondence, periodicals, and oversized material related to Japanese Americans. Subjects in the collection include incarceration camps, Southbay local history, World War II propaganda, Japanese American families, incarceration camp pilgrimages, and other topics.
Ted Kihara Photograph Collection
This collection contains one box of photographic images taken by Ted Kahara, a World War II Japanese-American Infantryman and Intelligence Officer. Materials include: 35 mm slides and negatives, and photographs.
Mendel Krim Collection
The Mendel Krim Collection contains the photographs and papers of Mendel Krim, M.D., who served as a United States Army doctor in Korea and Japan from 1947-1949. Papers include letters, certificates, and records of Krim’s military service, while the extensive collection of photographs capture Krim’s experiences abroad.