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World War, 1939-1945 -- Colorado -- Personal narratives, American.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron J. Schenck Papers

Identifier: TMD390
Content Description

Content includes correspondence from Schenck to family members while at Camp Hale, Colorado; Camp Swift, Texas; and Italy. Also includes illustrations done by Schenck throughout, as well as collected souvenir postcards, newspaper clippings, photographs, Army documents, and other memorabilia. Schenck organized the collection contents chronologically into scrapbooks; this order has been preserved.

Dates: January 1943-November 1945, 1970-1997

Charles W. Thweatt Papers

Identifier: TMD395
Content Description

This collection contains materials from Charles W. Thweatt detailed his experiences and responsibilities in the 10th Mountain Division of the United States Army during World War II. Content includes military records, photographic prints, correspondence, and newspaper clippings collected during the war and later on in his life.

Dates: 1943-2019

Daisy Osumi Diaries

Identifier: M2070
Scope and Contents Collection contains Daisy Osumi's diary (1941-1943). Topics covered in the diary include: life in Denver during WWII; finding jobs and housing for Japanese Americans from Calif.; raising money for the war chest drives; reaction to Japan's declaration of war against the U.S.; daily life; clipping concerning the death of her husband's cousin in China: Admiral Mineo Osumi (Japanese Supreme War Councilor); George Honda killing his wife, Mary. The diary also contains the names and addresses of...
Dates: 1941-1943

John A. Youmans, Jr. Papers

Identifier: M2201
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of a letter written to his mother while Youmans was in Italy.

Dates: May 12, 1945

Vernon J. Cartner Papers

Identifier: TMD355
Content Description

Collection contains passenger lists, correspondence, photographs, postcards and newspaper clippings collected by Cartner

Dates: 1942-1945