C-08. War & Society
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of meeting minutes from various committees that were formed to discuss the immediate situation of displaced peoples in Western Europe. The records include minutes from the committees on Camps, Displaced Persons, Italy, and France.
This collection contains records both personal and organizational of the Headquarters located in East Orange, New Jersey, between the years of 1948-1949. These records include correspondence, financial statements, member rosters and cards, programs, photographs, publications, and records of memorial services. Also included in this collection are numerous ribbons, delegate badges, and other miscellaneous ephemera.
This collection contains manuscripts of most of Kendrick’s writings, including his detective stories, histories, and other novels. It also contains materials on Kendrick’s work with the blind, including the Blinded Veterans Association and the American Association for Workers for the Blind, as well as newspaper clippings, correspondence, photos, scrapbooks, items concerning Cuban refugees, interview transcripts, and phonograph dictation records.
Reports, ledgers and correspondence.
The collection consists of daily morning field reports (July-October 1898), payroll ledgers (June-July 1898), and correspondence (1898-1899). The bulk of the collection dates 1898-1899; there is one item dated 1932. Although the collection consists of only a small body of material, there is a significant amount of information regarding various aspects of camp life and daily activities.
This collection contains original cartoons by Baker Country Press and Artizans cartoonist Ed Hall from his 2003 book entitled Code Red—Editorial Cartoons and his 2006 book entitled Diversions. These cartoons, which originally ran from 1996-2006, cover topics including Florida politics, national politics, popular culture and the war in Iraq. Select cartoons were not donated and are not part of the collection.
The collection has been divided into eight series: Army, books, correspondence, miscellaneous, poetry, religion, University of Tampa, and photographs.The collection is comprised of autobiographies of World War I and World War II experiences, manuscripts, religious booklets, bulletins, prayers, articles, newspaper clippings, poetry, military forms, and manuals. The collection also includes verses and poetry of Lucille Coleman.
A collection of photographs taken by the Ensminger Brothers in Florida while soldiers trained before sailing to Cuba to fight in the Spanish American War. The photographs in this collection were later purchased by Sarah Criggal and her sister, who were visiting Florida from Britain.
This collection consists of photocopies of material gathered by Ms. Knapp during her research into the history of the German prisoners of war held in Florida during World War II.
Editorial cartoons from the Tampa Morning Tribune, which became the Tampa Tribune, ranging from the 1940s to the 1960s. Topics covered World War Two, national politics, Florida politics, and Tampa culture.
The bulk of this collection consists of photographs and printed materials, such as personal correspondence, marriage certificates, and deeds. Items of particular interest include: numerous photographs of Jose, Carmen and Jose González, Jr.; the marriage certificate of Jose González y Fernandez and Carmen Yraolo; a World War I draft card exempting Jose González from service due to “residential alien” status (Class V); and three personal diaries.
Collection consists of Greville Rickard’s architectural drawings for additions to the Mediterranean-style residence of Mr. William Slocum Bartow in Great Neck, Long Island. (Bartow was the mayor of Kings Point from 1924-1940). Today, the building houses the American Merchant Marine Museum.
Collection includes letters and Victory Mail (V-mail) written by John A. Branch to his wife Grace while he was stationed with the Army in Europe during World War II. Also includes are letters written before the couple married, letters written while Mr. Branch was recuperating from war injuries, photos, and miscellaneous papers.
John Donaldson (1902-1955) was a political economist. He held a number of academic teaching positions and prestigious government committee appointments during his career.
A series of newspaper prints donated by La Gaceta, featuring portraits of Cuban revolutionary leaders, military officers, and other important figures. Most were taken from the Havana publication, La Caricatura.
This collection primarily consists of photographs (with a few newspaper clippings and miscellaneous documents) of the Lopez and Mirabal families, collected and marked by Frank Lopez.