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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00485/
Creator:
University of Mississippi (collector)
Title:
World War II Memories Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
1938-1994
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Collection contains Christmas cards, postcards, correspondence, newsletters, and research material related to Mississippians and University of Mississippi students who fought in World War II. Items were created 1938-1994.
Quantity:
3 boxes.
Number:
MUM00485
Location:
MM-12.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
World War II Memories Collection (MUM00485). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Historical Note
The University of Mississippi Museums organized an exhibition highlighting the hopes, fears and expectations native Mississippians experienced during World War II. After the 2001 exhibition was disassembled, the University Museums donated some of the showcased materials to the Department of Archives and Special Collections at Ole Miss. As a result, the majority of the correspondence, documents and publications once included in the exhibition are now preserved and available for future generations.
Included in the collection is the extensive correspondence between the Dean of Men, Dr. R. M. Guess, and soldiers who were once students at the University. As Dean of Men from 1937 to 1956, Dr. Guess diligently maintained contact between the University and the men overseas. The result is a fascinating glimpse into the complex relationship between a soldier and the home he left behind. In addition, the collection also includes information about the World War II memorial built by the University of Mississippi Alumni Association in the early 1950's. Determined to recognize the sacrifices former students at the University of Mississippi made during World War II, The Alumni Association in connection with Mrs. Martha Wilburn Hooker, erected a monument to all Ole Miss students killed during the war. Included in the donation made by the University Museums, is the correspondence between the University and the families of students lost during the war. The letters are a reminder of not only the Nation's sacrifices for the war effort, but the high price many American families paid for freedom.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains Christmas cards, postcards, correspondence, newsletters, and research material related to Mississippians and University of Mississippi students who fought in World War II. Items were created 1938-1994.
Eight Boxes containing oral histories, scanned photographs, possibly original photographs, and ephemera relating to the experiences of Mississippi's WWII vets and those involved on the home front. This collection was originally divided into subject folders containing releases, oral histories, and images. The images have been removed to their own box and this is noted in the inventory. The releases have been moved to the collection files.

Restrictions
Access Restrictions
Open.
Use Restriction
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Container List

Box 1:

Folder 1: Envelopes and Addresses

Folder 2: Christmas Cards

A. "Season's Greetings. Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas....1944"

B. ACS. from Pvt. Frank E. Shanahau, Jr. to Dean R.M. Guess. "Joy to You at Christmas..."

B. "Season's Greetings". [in many languages]

C. C. from "William W. Hindman Jr." to [not addressed]. "Merry Christmas..."

D. "Christmas Greetings from the Fifth Army in Italy"

Folder 3: Postcards from University of Mississippi soldiers to Guess

A: TCS. [March 31, 1945] from Lt. M. P. Lelong, USNR to Mr. R. M. Guess.
"This lake seemed..."

B. TCS. [June 20, 1944] from Irwin M. Subulsky to Mr. R. M. Guess. "Notice of
change of address..."

C. ACS. June 26, 1944 from Pvt. Paul E. Mink to Dean Malcolm Guess. "Just
wonder if you are..."

E. ACS. [October 3, 1944] from T. A. Bickerstaff to Mr. R. M. Guess. "This is
one of the old..."

F. ACS. November 4, 1944 from Bill Rose to Dear Dean Guess. "Here is a..."

F. TC. December 13, 1944 from Hollis G. Rogers Sr. to Office of the Dean of
Men, Mr. Guess. "The following is Hollis Jr's..."

G. TC. [December 16, 1944] from James W. Gray Jr. and Ramey G. Gray to
Office of The Dean of Men. [addresses of men].

H. C. [not dated] Prisoner of War Post: 2nd Lt. John M. Jones.




Folder 4: V-Mail from University of Mississippi soldiers.

A. 23 February [1944] from E. F. Yerby to Dear Mr. Guess. "Your letter and
thanks for the..."

B. 15 March 1944 from Russell Ratcliff to Dear Mr. Guess. "Quite a bit has
happened..."

C. 19 March 1944 from David Rey to Dear Dean Guess. "I remember the last
word you..."

D. 5 May 1944 from E. Gillespie to Dearest Dean and Mrs. Guess. "Probably you
all thought..."

E. 31 May 1944 from Louis Silver to Dear Mr. Guess. "The most nostalgic piece
of literature..."

F. 2 June 1944 from H. M. Faser to Dear Mr. Guess. "I certainly enjoyed you..."

G. 11 June 1944 from Richard Cannon to Dear Brother Guess. "As a
correspondent..."

H. 25 June 1944 from W. B. Cruzen to Dear Club. "Just a note..."

I. 1 December 1944 from Lt. Caraway to Dear Dean Guess. "Saw in a paper..."

J. 21 December 1944 from Andrew Sullivan to Mr. R. Malcolm Guess.
"Season's Greetings"

K. Christmas 1944 from Louis Silver to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guess. "X' Mas
Greetings and Happy New Year"

L. Christmas 1944 from E. J. Stephens to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Guess.
"Season's Greetings..."

M. 1 April 1945 from [illegible signature] to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guess.
"Today was a ..."

N. [not dated] from Charles Schurre to Dean Malcolm R. Guess. "I wish first
of all..."

O. [not dated] from John Osborne to Dean Guess. "I am on the island..."



P. [not dated] from R. L. Harrison to Dean R. M. Guess. "Received your
letter a..."

Folder 5: Letters from or about University of Mississippi soldiers. (A-G)

A. ALS. 4 July 1944 from M. E. Alexander to Dear Dean. "Yes, you must..."

B. ALS. 5 June 1944 from Bill to Dear Mr. Guess. "It has been six..."

C. ALS. 23 January 1945 from Jim Bishop to Dear Dean Guess. "I intended
writing you..."

D. TLS. 11 September 1944 from Grace Brown (re: Geo. M. Buchanan) to Dear
Dean Guess. "There has been no relaxation..."

E. ALS. 23 November 1944 from James E. Branigin to Dear Dean Guess. "I
have planned to write..."

F. ALS. 12 August from George M. Buchanan to Dear Dean Guest. "Not
remembering whether you..."

G. TLS. 13 August 1944 from James A. Carpenter to Dear Mr. Guess. "I am a
first-class heel..."

H. TLS. [not dated] from R. Carnrick to Dear Sir. "I just thought I would..."

I . 7 May 1944 from E. L. Coleman (re: Lloyd Allen Coleman) to Dear Mr.
Guess. "I received your letter of May 3rd..."

J. TLS. 7 December 1944 from R. C. (Cook) to Dear Malcolm. "I have intended to write you..."

K.ALS. 13 August 1944 from Winston Crum to Dear Dean and Mrs. Guess. "It
has taken me quite..."

L. ALS. 31 August 1944 from Frank deCimp to Dear Mr. Guess. "Well how
is..."

M. ALS. 29 October 1944 from John Edgar to Dear Dean Guest. "Just a note from..."

N. TLS. 7 September 1944 from Charles Fair to Dear Mr. Guess. "Last week I..."


O. TLS. 15 November 1944 from H. M. Faser to Dear Mr. Guess. "Your long
interesting letter..."

P. ALS. 9 July 1944 from Fred Ford to Dear Dean Guess. "I sent a belated..."

Q. ALS. 30 December 1944 from Fred Ford to Dear Dean Guess. "It was good
of you to send..."

R. ALS. 12 February 1945 from Margery Wood Furgivele (re: Albert W. Furgivele) to Dear Mr. Guess. "Your letter of January 30th..."

S. ALS. 8 May 1944 from George to Dear Dean Guess. "I just received your..."

T. TL. 9 February from E. C. Gillespie to Dear Dean. "It's been a couple months..."

U. ALS. 10 January 1945 from Herman Glazier to Dear Mr. Guess. "A lot has happened..."

V. ALS. 9 August 1944 from Herman Glazier to Dear Mr. Guess. "Two months..."

W. TL. 4 July 1944 from Adele Gotthelf (re: Harold Gotthelf, Jr.) to Dear Mr.
Lanier. "I am just home after a business trip..."

X. TL. 6 July 1944 from Harold [Gothelf] to Dear Ones. "Yours truly had the
honor..."

Y. ALS. 4 June 1944 from Harold Gothelf to Dear Mr. Guess. "Your probably
will not be surprised..."

Z. ALS. 19 July 1944 from Ned Gothelf to Dear Mr. Guess. "I am enclosing
2 copies..."

Folder 6: Letters from or about University of Mississippi soldiers (H-Sh).

A. ALS. [20 February 1945] from L. F. Hagan to Dear Mr. Guess. "Made it
over in good shape..."

B. ALS. 1 January 1945 from Willard M. Haynes to Dear Dean Guess. "I
want..."

C. ALS. 24 June 1944 from Harvey Henderson to Dear Dean Guess. "My
mother wrote that you..."


D. ALS. 20 May 1944 from Oscar Hendrix to Dear Malcolm. "Your letter
regarding the Blue Ridge..."


E. ALS. 22 December 1943 from Bill Henley to Dear Dean. "It was a mighty
funny thing about..."

F. ALS. 21 November 1944 from Graham [Hodges] to Dear Mr. Guess. "This is
one of those long..."

G. ALS. [not dated] from Jane Howell (re: Virgil Jones) to Dear Dean Guess.
"Yesterday I received a long letter..."

H. TLS. 14 June 1944 from Johnston Jefferies to Dear Dean. "Thank you for
for your letter..."

I. ALS. 17 December 1944 from Mrs. Bryan Jones Jr. (re: John Jones) to
Dear Mr. Guess. "Mr. Jones asked me to send..."

J. ALS. 25 May 1943 from William Lampard to Dear Dean Guess. "Thank you
muchly for that..."

K. ALS. 12 August 1944 from Lou to Dear Dean. "It has been some time..."

L. ALS. 13 December 1944 from Glenn Leatherwood to Dear Dean Guest. "Just
a few lines of appreciation..."

M. ALS. 21 November 1944 from Hyman McCarty to Dear Dean Guess.
"You've probably wondered..."

N. ALS. 8 August 1944 from Frank McFadden to Dear Mr. Guess. "I was in
your office recently..."

O. ALS. 7 January 1944 from Calvin McGhee to Dear Dean Guess. "I just
returned to a rear area..."

P. ALS. 17 April from Charles Marcus to Dear Dean Guess. "I wish that I..."

Q. ALS. 26 September 1944 from Mose to Dear Mr. Guess. "I just read..."

R. ALS [not dated] from Marvel Jones Myers to [not addressed]. "Sunday
we rented a boat..."

S. ALS. 20 November 1944 from Paul Newton to Dear Dean Guess. "Thanks
ever so much..."

T. ALS. 27 September 1943 from Oleta to Dear Mr. Guess. "I was very glad..."

U. ALS. 5 September 1944 from Bill Perkins to Dear Uncle Malcolm. "I am
in my fourth..."

V. TLS. 3 June 1944 from Russell Ratcliff to Dear Dean Guess. "You just
don't know how much I..."

W. ALS. 11 January 1944 from Bill [Rose] to Dear Dean. "Here is a booklet
which I picked up..."

X. ALS. 27 February 1945 from Bill Rose to Dear Dean Guess. "This has
been a great week for me..."

Y. ALS. 10 October 1944 from Bill Rose to Dear Dean Guess. "Well I felt
that it was about time..."

Z. ALS. 11 March 1945 from Shed to Dear Dean. "Here I am bashing..."

Folder 7: Letter from or about University of Mississippi soldiers (Sm-Z)

A. ALS. 13 January 1944 from Stewart [Smith] to Dear Mr. Guess. "Before
I leave for the library..."

B. ALS. 15 November 1944 from Stewart Smith to Dear Mr. Guess. "I have
a dim recollection..."

C. ALS. [not dated] from Bill [Spruell] to Dear "Mr. Mac". "I have received
your letters..."

D. ALS. 10 October 1944 from Billy [Spruell] to Dear "Mr. Mac". I am not
dead..."

E. ALS. 18 December 1944 from Fred Stevens to Dear Sir. "You are probably
wondering who I am..."

F. ALS. 31 December 1944 from Henry Stevens to Dear Dean Guess. "I
received your letter..."

G. ALS. 17 June 1944 from Whitly Wall to Dear Dean Guess. "This is one
of the copies of..."

H. ALS. 9 July 1944 from Calvin Wells to Dear Dean Guess. "I am almost
ashamed to write you after..."


I. ALS. 13 July 1944 from Henry Yofle to Dear Dean Guess. "I arrived into
this theater..."

Folder 8: Correspondence from University of Mississippi unidentified soldiers
(originals).

A. AL. 9 January 1944 from [unidentified] to Dear Mr. Guess. "The
circulation..."

B. TL. 25-27 May 1944 from [unidentified] to [not addressed]. "My plans..."

C. AL. [not dated] from [unidentified] to [not addressed]. "Days maybe you..."
[piece of letter].

Folder 9: Correspondence from University of Mississippi soldiers (photocopies).

A. AL. 9 January 1944 from [unsigned] to Dear Mr. Guess. "The circulation of
the Mississippian..."

B. ALS. 11 March 1945 from Shed to Dear Dean. "There I am bashing..."

C. ALS. 8 May 1944 from George to Dear Dean Guess. "I just received your
note..."

D. TL. 25-27 May 1944 from [unsigned] to [not addressed]. "My plane had..."

E. ALS. 5 June 1944 from Bill to Dear Mr. Guess. "It has been six months..."

F. ALS. 12 August 1944 from Lou to Dear Dean. "It has been some time..."

G. ALS. 31 August 1944 from Frank deLimp to Dear Mr. Guess. "Well how
is our dear..."

H. ALS. 27 September 1943 from Oleta to Dear Mr. Guess. "I was very glad..."

I. ALS. 21 November 1944 from Graham Hodges to Dear Mr. Guess. "This is
one of those long..."

J. ALS. [not dated] from R. Carnrick to Dear Sir. "I just thought I ..."

K. ALS [not dated] from [not signed] to [not addressed]. "Days maybe you'll..."
(portion of letter).

L. ALS. [not dated] from Marvel Jones Myers to [not addressed]. "Sunday we
rented a boat..."

Folder 10: Program from the 1941 University of Mississippi graduation (2 copies).

Folder 11: "The University of Mississippi, Graduation 1942" (photo).

Folder 12: Correspondence with relatives of University of Mississippi soldiers,
Re: memorial (A-Ca).

A. TLS. 25 January 1951 from Mrs. Bertha Anderson to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"Your letter of January 22..."

B. TLS. 26 January 1951 from John Becker, Jr. to Dear Billy. "I noticed
your letter to..."

C. TLS. 26 January 1951 from L. A. Benoist to Dear Mr. Griffin. "In reply
to your communication..."

D. ALS. 7 February 1951 from Mrs. J. M. Blythe to Dear Mr. Griffin. "The data
in regard to our son..."

E. TLS. 26 January 1951 from Mrs. J. S. Breyer to Dear Mr. Griffin. "Your letter
of 22nd January 1951..."

F. TLS. 25 January 1951 from Allen Bridgforth to Dear Mr. Griffin. "Answering
your letter of January 22nd..."

G. ALS. 30 January 1951 from H. E. Bruce to Dear Mr. Griffin. "The information you have..."

H. ALS. [not dated] from Mrs. E. B. Burns to Dear Sir. "You have our son's..."

I. TLS. 26 January 1951 from Mrs. S. W. Pearson to Dear Mr. Griffen. "My son's name is correct..."

J. ALS. 25 January 1951 from Mr. J. L. Law to Dear Mr. Griffin. "My mother,
Mrs. W. O. Hood..."

Folder 13: Correspondence with relatives of University of Mississippi soldiers
Re: memorial, (Co-D).

A. ALS. 26 January 1951 from Mrs. Laura Gene Coker to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"Your letter dated in January 1951..."

B. TLS. 26 January 1951 from C. D. Collins to Gentlemen. "The information..."



C. ALS. [not dated] from Mrs. Covington to [not addressed]. "The information
that you have..."

D. ALS. 25 January 1951 from W. M. Crocker to Dear Mr. Griffin. "This letter is
in response to your..."

E. TLS. 27 January 1951 from E. H. "Botts" Blackstone to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"Your letter of January 22..."

F. ALS. [not dated] from Mrs. R. E. Cunningham to Mr. William S. Griffin.
"Harold R. Cunningham's father..."

G. ALS. 29 January 1950 from A. G. Davis to Mr. William S. Griffin. "This is to inform you that..."

H. ALS. 31 January 1951 from Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Demos. "Received your letter
about..."

I. ALS. 29 January 1951 from Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Donald to Mr. William S.
Griffin. "We think if you would change..."

J. TLS. 25 January 1951 from Don D. Downie to Dear Mr. Griffin. "Your form
letter of January 22..."

K. TM. Corrections made to University list by Mr. H. C. Duke concerning his
son.

L. TLS. 3 February 1951 from C. E. Dunagin to Dear Mr. Griffin. "The
information you have..."

Folder 14: Correspondence with relatives of University of Mississippi soldiers,
Re: memorial, (F-Mi).

A. TL. 29 January 1951 from William S. Griffin to Dear Doctor Fortenberry.
"I wish to thank you..."

B. ALS. [not dated] from Mrs. W. P. Fowler to [not addressed]. "Your record
of my son's..."

C. ALS. 27 January 1951 from Mrs. E. S. Furr to Dear William. "You have the
correct information regarding..."

D. TLS. 29 January 1951 from M. N. Furr to Dear Mr. Griffin. "Relative to your
letter on Jan. 22..."


E. ALS. 6 February 1951 from C. M. McBryde to Mr. W. S. Griffin. "Your
information regarding my son..."

F. ALS. (not dated) from Mrs. McLellan to [not addressed]. "I am very
grateful..."

G.ALS. 29 January 1951 from Florence J. Mallett to Mr. William S. Griffin.
"Thank you for your kind request..."

H. ALS. 1 February 1951 from Mrs. B. M. Martin to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"Keeping to your letter..."

I. ALS. 27 January 1951 from Anthony Miller to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"I think that's just wonderful of the..."

J. ACS. 30 January 1951 from C. P. Mills to Dear Sir. "In regards to
the "Honor Roll"..."

Folder 15: Correspondence with relatives of University of Mississippi solders,
Re: memorial, (Mo-Z).

A. TLS. 26 January 1951 from A. B. Monroe to Dear Mr. Griffin.
"Your letter of January 22nd..."

B. ALS. 25 January 1951 from Mrs. Anne Mulliniks to Dear Sir.
"Referring to your letter..."

C. ALS. 26 January 1951 from G. T. Nave to Gentlemen. "Received from
letter of..."

D. TLS. 2 February 1951 from R. P. Neblett to Dear Sirs. "Yours of Jan.
22nd relative to..."

E. TLS. 27 January 1951 from R. A. Pullen to Dear Sir. "In compliance
with your request..."

F. ALS. 26 January 1950 from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Ragland to Dear Mr.
Griffin. "We were so happy to receive..."

G. ALS. [not dated] from F. T. Rand to [not addressed]. "Harold E. Rand..."

H. ALS. 29 January 1951 from L. P. Reeves to Dear Sir. "Replying to your
letter of 22nd..."

I. AlS 28 January 1951 from Nick Roberts to Dear Bill. "Please excuse the
stationary..."
J. TLS. 27 January 1951 from Stokes V. Robertson. To Dear Mr. Griffin.
"I received yesterday your special..."

K. TM. Corrections made to the University's list by Mr. C. S. Robinson
concerning his son."

L. ALS. [not dated] from Mrs. Jas. V. Young to [not addressed]. "The name
Luther Leggett Rogers..."

M. TM. Corrections made to the University's list by Mr. W. E. Rust
concerning his son."

Folder 16: University of Mississippi Registrar information cards on Ole Miss
students killed in World War II. (photocopies).
(Note: Original cards and photographs UAB19F2 -- UAB19F5, Part
of the Chancellor's Papers Collections)

Folder 17: "Lafayette County, Mississippi, Honor Roll" August, 1944.

Box 2:

Folder 1: World War II Weekend, April 8-9, 1994.

A. Program: "Ole Miss Remembers World War II" (2 copies).

B. Broadsides: "Ole Miss Remembers World War II" (2 copies).

C. Itinerary for World War II Weekend, April 8-9, 1994.

Folder 2: Commercial Appeal (December 8, 1991) reprint of the front page on December
8, 1941.

Folder 3: Special Edition of the Daily Mississippian, April 8, 1994, re: Ole Miss
reminisces about World War II.

Folder 4: William Winter's tribute speech to World War II Veterans, April 9, 1994.

Folder 5: Fortitude, Fall 1993.

Folder 6: World War II, March 1994.

Folder 7: Ole Miss Alumni Review, Spring 1994.

Folder 8: Coast Guard-Manned Naval Vessels in World War II.

Folder 9: The Beach Patrol and Corsair Fleet.

Folder 10: Profile: A Guide to Military Lifestyles, November 1993.
Folder 11: The Coast Guard and The Women's Reserve in World War II.

Folder 12: Defense of the Americas: The U. S. Army Campaigns of World War II.

Folder 13: The Ole Miss Alumni Review, April 1951.

Folder 14: Research materials from the University of Mississippi Museum (Internet
downloads).

Folder 15: Research materials from the University of Mississippi Museum

Folder 16: Original newspaper clippings.

A. "Lieut. E. D. Lockard : Services Will Be Held Today At Meridian Cemetery" .

B. "Wartime correspondence is treasure trove of history" (Dear Abby).

Folder 17: Misc.

A. United States 3 cents postage stamp, image of Thomas Jefferson.

B. Photos of "J. R. R. Cooper at large 1944".

C. Card with records of the session, taught, where and salary; addresses of D. C.
Hartley, Ella Sue Spikes, Robbie Nell Hartley and Patsy June Hartley.

D. (photocopy of newspaper clipping) "Wartime correspondence is treasure trove
of history" (Dear Abby).

E. (photocopy of newspaper clipping) "Lieut. E. D. Lockard: Services Will Be
Held Today At Meridian Cemetery."

F. Notes from correspondence about University of Mississippi World War II
memorial.

G. Photocopy of the cover of The Ole Miss Alumni Review, Homecoming Issue,
1951.

H. Photocopy of the "50th Anniversary of World War II: Educational Resources"
Order form.

I. ALS. [not dated] from Brenda J. West to Dear Mr. Russell. "Our WWII
veterans..."

J. ALS. 14 April 1994 from Brenda West to Dear Mr. Golden. "Thank you for
sending the suitcase and shoulder..."
K. Poem found on the desk of the Dean of Men, session of 1938-39 by M.
Tuhours Gone.

L. TM. Copy of a speech by Commander Robert B. Fulton, USN.

M. TM. Inventory of letters from University of Mississippi soldiers.

N. AM. Inventory of letters, notes, and postcards from various University
of Mississippi soldiers.

Notebook: Binder that held the registrar cards and letters of the "Ole Miss students
who gave their lives during WWII."

Video Cassette: Video of "Ole Miss Remembers" A Documentary of the World War
Two Memorial Weekend.

Box 3:

Folder 1: Sweetheart handkerchief.

The Department of Archives & Special Collections
World War II Memories Collection, Accretion
Inventory
Control # 2004-8


Provenance: The University of Mississippi Museums organized an exhibition highlighting the hopes, fears and expectations native Mississippians experienced during World War II. After the 2001 exhibition was disassembled, the University Museums donated some of the showcased materials to the Department of Archives and Special Collections at Ole Miss. As a result, the majority of the correspondence, documents and publications once included in the exhibition are now preserved and available for future generations. This is an accretion to the existing WWII Memories Collection.

Scope and Contents: Eight Boxes containing oral histories, scanned photographs, possibly original photographs, and ephemera relating to the experiences of Mississippi's WWII vets and those involved on the home front. This collection was originally divided into subject folders containing releases, oral histories, and images. The images have been removed to their own box and this is noted in the inventory. The releases have been moved to the collection files.


Box One: Oral histories and ephemera

1.1 John Leslie

AD. Undated. Original essay by John Leslie. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Durham County, NC; current resident of Oxford, MS. Re: Served as a navy signal corpsman. Oxford, MS mayor from 1973 to 1997.

TD. Undated. Essay by John Leslie. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Durham County, NC; current resident of Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Essay by John Leslie. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Durham County, NC; current resident of Oxford, MS.

Note: 31 scanned photographs removed from Leslie file and placed in photograph box.

1.2 Roy Howard Waller

TDS. May 13, 1946. Copy of Roy Waller's Honorable Discharge from the Army. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TDS. May 6, 1946. Copy of Roy Waller's Separation Qualification Record. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: 3 scanned photographs removed from Waller file and placed in photograph box.

1.3 Billy Bob Whorton

TD. July 2, 2001. Original essay by Billy Bob Whorton. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS. Re: Whorton served as a radar operator 3rd class in the Navy. His essay is typed by his granddaughter, Marisa Campbell Atkinson.

TD. July 2, 2001. Copy of original essay by Billy Bob Whorton. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS. Re: Whorton served as a radar operator 3rd class in the Navy. His essay is typed by his granddaughter, Marisa Campbell Atkinson.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Billy Bob Whorton. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: 12 scanned photographs removed from Whorton file and placed in photograph box.

1.4 Durley Bratton

Journal. Spring 2001. Journal of Durley Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS. Re: Official Journal of the Men and Women of the 57th Bomb Wing, 12th Air Force, United States Army Air Force in World War II.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of identified photographs from European Theater.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of aerial photo.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of aerial photo.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of aerial photo.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of Durley Bratton and part of communications group of the 448 squadron.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of large group of soldiers.

TD. November 29, 2001. Listing of negatives lent by Durley Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS.

TDS. August 28, 2001. Letter to Durley Bratton from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS. Re: Letter concerns negatives lent to exhibit by Durley Bratton.

TD. Undated. Photocopy of memories of May 3, 1944.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of 487th dogface.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photographs of Jersey Bounce and bombers in flight.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of unexploded bomb and damaged plane after bombing raid.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of wreckage of planes and The Falcon 448th.

Photocopy. 1998. Re: Photocopy of photograph of original insignia of 488th bomber squadron.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of photographs of Durley Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of photograph of Durley Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS.

Photocopy. September 10, 1998. Photocopy of photograph of Durley Bratton at World War II reunion. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS.

1.5 Durley Bratton

ADS. July 14, 1942. Photocopy of original letter sent from Durley Bratton to Mr. T. G. Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS. Re: Conditions at school.

ADS. July 28, 1942. Photocopy of original letter sent from Durley Bratton to Mr. T. G. Bratton. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Coldwater, MS. Re: Various schools Bratton will attend.

Note: 25 scanned photographs removed from Bratton file and placed in photograph box.

1.6 James Cunningham, courtesy of Scott Cunningham

AD. September 6, 2001. Fax concerning biographical information about James Cunningham. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS. Re: Attached cover sheet.

ADS. 1943-1945. Photocopy of parts of James Cunningham's original diary. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS.

ADS. 1943-1945. Photocopy of parts of James Cunningham's original diary. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS.

Scanned book. Undated. Re: Pictures of World War II uniforms and information on the last invasion in the Pacific Theater.

1.7 James Cunningham, courtesy of Scott Cunningham

Newspaper. June 22, 1950. Copy of newspaper article on James Cunningham. Served:
Pacific Theater. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS. Re: Assistance of Cunningham in the liberation of prisoners held by the Japanese in Borneo.

Note: 23 scanned photographs removed from Cunningham file and placed in photograph box.

1.8 Delma Edwards

AD. Undated. Notes on Delma Edwards World War II service records. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

TD. February 21, 2001. Partial transcription of interview with Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS. Re: Normandy invasion, Battle of the Bulge, Patton, Hitler, and German prisoners of war.

TD. Undated. Edited interview with Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited interview with Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

1.9 Delma Edwards

Photocopy. November 4, 1945. Honorable Discharge for Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

Photocopy. November 4, 1945. Honorable Discharge for Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

Photocopy. November 4, 1945. Honorable Discharge for Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

Photocopy. November 4, 1945. Honorable Discharge for Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

Photocopy. November 4, 1945. Honorable Discharge for Delma Edwards. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Tula, MS.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Edwards file and placed in cassette box. 3 scanned photographs removed from Edwards file and placed in photograph box.

1.10 Carson M. Hughes

TDS. May 16, 2001. Letter from Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Letter concerning the military service and POW data sheet of Carson's father, Lt. Carson Hughes, Jr.

TD. December 28, 2001. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS. Re: Thank you letter to Hughes for the loan of his father's POW record.

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS. Re: Copy of Thank you letter to Hughes for the loan of his father's POW record.

TD. Undated. Coversheet for letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS.

TDS. June 15, 2001. Letter from Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the lending of World War II photographs of Hughes father-in-law Henry Arnold Turner.

TD. Undated. Coversheet for letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi, Oxford to Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS.

1.11 Les Huntington

TD. July 3, 2001. Typed transcript of interview with Les Huntington. Hometown: Wembly, England, United Kingdom. Re: Huntington was born in Great Britain and recounts his childhood experiences of wartime London. Huntington is currently living in Lafayette County.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Huntington file and placed in cassette box. 2 scanned photographs removed from Huntington file and placed in photograph box.

1.12 Aston Holly

TD. February 23, 2001. Typed transcript of interview with Aston Holly. Served: European and North African Theaters. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Holly file and placed in cassette box.


1.13 Clarence Heard

Envelope. November 28, 1944. Re: Contains clippings of stamps and return addresses from letters sent to Mrs. Julia Newell.

Note: 5 scanned photographs removed from Heard file and placed in photograph box.

1.14 Dr. Frank Harwood

Photocopy. May 29, 2001. Photocopy of editorial written by Dr. Harwood for the Oxford Eagle. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Poem entitled "Hand of God" written by Dr. Harwood. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Scanned Postcard. Undated. Copy of scanned postcard sent to Dr. Harwood. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

1.15 Dr. Frank Harwood

TD. Undated. Brief account of Dr. Harwood's navigation of B29 Hell's Belle. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Dr. Frank Harwood. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Dr. Frank Harwood. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Dr. Frank Harwood. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: 4 scanned photographs removed from Harwood file and placed in photograph box.

1.16 Gerald Gafford

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Gerald Gafford. Served: Korea. Hometown: Union County, MS.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Gerald Gafford. Served: Korea. Hometown: Union County, MS.

ADS. Undated. Piece of paper with Sandy Gafford signature.

Note: 1 scanned photograph removed from Gafford file and placed in photograph box. Floppy disk removed from Gafford file and placed in floppy disk box.

1.17 James Grant

ADS. October 19, 2001. Original essay by James Grant. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Alexander, AR.

1.18 H. C. Franklin

TD. Undated. Biographical information for H. C. Franklin. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS. Re: Served on Oxford Police force for 29 and ½ years after the war.

TD. March 1, 2001. Transcription from interview with H. C. Franklin. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. March 1, 2001. Edited interview with H. C. Franklin. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. March 1, 2001. Edited interview with H. C. Franklin. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Franklin file and placed in cassette box.

1.19 Tommy Ethridge

TD. February 21, 2001. Edited interview with Tommy Ethridge. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. February 21, 2001. Edited interview with Tommy Ethridge. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Ethridge file and placed in cassette box.

1.20 Hindman Doxey

Photocopy. 1944. Photocopy of photograph of Major Hindman Doxey and Mrs. Hindman Doxey. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Holly Springs, MS. Re: Doxey served in both World War I and World War II.

Photocopy. March 1944. Photocopy of photograph of Major Hindman Doxey and Mrs. Hindman Doxey. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Holly Springs, MS.

Photocopy. March 11, 1944. Photocopy of photograph of Doxey family. Re: Each member of family in identified in the photocopy.

Photocopy. 1931. Photocopy of campaign paraphernalia of Hindman Doxey. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Holly Springs, MS. Re: District attorney for Marshall, Benton, Tate, Union Counties.

Photocopy. 1921. Photocopy of 1921 University of Mississippi yearbook. Re: Hindman Doxey named most popular boy.

Photocopy. October 7, 1991. Photocopy of certificate of achievement awarded to Captain William Hindman Tate for service in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Re: Hindman Doxey's grandson.

Photocopy. 1950. Photocopy of Hindman Doxey's obituary that appeared in the Commercial Appeal. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Holly Springs, MS.

Photocopy. April 1950. Photocopy of Hindman Doxey's obituary that appeared in The South Reporter. Served: Pacific Theater. Hometown: Holly Springs, MS.

1.21 Eva Dickerson

ADS. April 25, 2001. Letter from Eva Dickerson in Goodman, MS to University Museums, Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Eva Dickerson concerning her brother, Rufus Abels. Re: Rufus Abels served in the infantry in the European Theater. Dickerson's essay recounts her memory of the notification of Rufus's death.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Eva Dickerson concerning her husband, Herbert Allen Dickerson. Re: Herbert Dickerson served in the European Theater. Eva Dickerson's recounts Herbert Dickerson's actions in the Battle of the Bulge.

1.22 Sondra B. Davis

TD. January 2001. Original essay by Sondra B. Davis. Re: Concerning her father's, Lester L. Braddy, military service in the Pacific Theater and his death in Bataan at a POW camp.

TD. January 2001. Edited essay by Sondra B. Davis. Re: Concerning her father's, Lester L. Braddy, military service in the Pacific Theater and his death in Bataan at a POW camp.

1.23 Ronnie Darby

AD. September 22, 2001. Inventory of items loaned by Ronnie Darby to museum exhibit.

Photocopy. September 22, 2001. Photocopy of inventory of items loaned by Ronnie Darby to museum exhibit.
TDS. December 22, 2001. Inventory of returned items to Ronnie Darby.

TD. Undated. Inventory of items loaned by Ronnie Darby.

TDS. Undated. Letter concerning 4 World War II vehicles Ronnie Darby brought to museum exhibit.

Photocopy. September 24, 2001. Printed map of Normandy invasion.

TD. Undated. Information concerning paratroopers including a partial list of their equipment.

1.24 Dr. James J. Cooke

TD. Undated. Brief Vita for Dr. James J. Cooke, Professor Emeritus of History at The University of Mississippi, Oxford. Current resident of Oxford.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Dr. James J. Cooke. Re: Entitled "Forward or Introduction". Possible introduction for publication.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Dr. James J. Cooke. Re: Entitled "Forward to Introduction". Possible introduction for publication.

TDS. June 13, 2000. Letter from Bonnie J. Krause of University Museums to Dr. James Cooke in Oxford, MS. Re: Requesting Dr. Cooke's help as a judge or advisor for World War II writing contest.

AD. Undated. Compensation bill for services performed by Dr. Cooke. Re: Writing of publication forward, 2 lectures, and consultations regarding museum exhibits.

Photocopy. November 2001. Photocopy of scanned photo of World War II paraphernalia.

1.25 Melissa Caldwell

TD. July 4, 2001. Letter from Melissa Caldwell in Oxford, MS to University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the submission of an original essay about Caldwell's grandfather, Woodrow Wilson Ford, who served as an ambulance driver in the European Theater.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Melissa Caldwell concerning her grandfather's, Woodrow Wilson Ford, service as an ambulance driver in the European Theater.

Note: 1 photograph removed from Caldwell file and placed in photograph box.

1.26 A. T. Bunch

TDS. Undated. Original World War II Memories Project worksheet for A. T. Bunch. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS. Re: Member of the 457 bomber group and also a prisoner of war held by the Germans.

1.27 Maralyn Bullion

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Maralyn Bullion entitled "Ole Miss Goes To War". Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TDS. Undated. Unedited essay by Maralyn Bullion entitled "Ole Miss Goes To War". Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Essay by Maralyn Bullion entitled "Ole Miss Goes To War". Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Note: 3 scanned photographs removed from Bullion file and placed in photograph box.

1.28 Frederick Brewer

ADS. Undated. Original essay by Frederick Brewer. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Frederick Brewer. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Frederick Brewer. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

1.29 Dr. Roscoe Boyer

Photocopy. Photocopy of Dr. Roscoe Boyer's war diary. Served: Pacific Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

Note: 7 scanned photographs removed from Boyer file and placed in photograph box.

Box Two: Oral histories and ephemera

2.1 Clyde Huggins

TD. Undated. Original World War II Memories Project worksheet for Clyde Huggins. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Clyde Huggins. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

2.2 Charles Jacobs, Jr.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Charles Jacobs, Jr. Served: Pacific Theater. Current Residence: Cleveland, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Charles Jacobs, Jr. Served: Pacific Theater. Current Residence: Cleveland, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Charles Jacobs, Jr. Served: Pacific Theater. Current Residence: Cleveland, MS.

2.3 Knox Jackson

TD. Undated. Original essay by Knox Jackson. Served: Volunteered for the Navy at 17 in 1944. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Knox Jackson. Served: Volunteered for the Navy at 17 in 1944. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Knox Jackson. Served: Volunteered for the Navy at 17 in 1944. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Knox Jackson. Served: Volunteered for the Navy at 17 in 1944. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Knox Jackson. Served: Volunteered for the Navy at 17 in 1944. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

2.4 Kamias Kavyas

TD. 2001. Transcription of taped interview with Mrs. Kamias Kavyas. Current Residence: Oxford, MS. Re: Wartime experiences in Stuttgart.

2.5 Dorothy Orr King

TD. Undated. Original essay by Dorothy Orr King. Hometown: Batesville, MS. Re: Essay discusses King's experiences as part of the staff at a POW camp in Como, MS.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of map showing the location of POW camps in the United States as of 1944.

2.6 W. F. Lauderdale, Sr.

TD. Undated. Original essay by W. F. Lauderdale, Sr.. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS.

2.7 Thomas E. Lucas

TDS. Undated. Original essay by Thomas E. Lucas. Served: European and North African Theater. Current Residence: Pontotoc, MS. Re: Contains photocopies of Christmas Day menu for U.S.S. Gardy, photographs, and World War II Memories Project brochure.

2.8 Rachel Currie Martin

TDS. July 2, 2001. Original essay by Rachel Currie Martin. Hometown: Meridian, MS. Re: Wartime experiences in the United States.

2.9 Dr. Chester McLarty

TD. Undated. Original essay by Chester McLarty. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of original essay by Chester McLarty. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Chester McLarty. Served: European Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

2.10 Dr. Syl Moorhead

TD. Undated. Original essay by Syl Moorhead. Served: European and North African Theater. Current Residence: Oxford, MS.

Note: 2 scanned photographs removed from Moorhead file and placed in photograph box.

2.11 Floyd Metts

Scanned article. Undated. Scanned article covering the awarding of the Flying Cross to Lt. Floyd Metts. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Scanned article. Undated. Scanned article covering the awarding of the Flying Cross to Lt. Floyd Metts. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Oxford, MS.

Scanned book cover. Undated. Scanned cover of The Mighty Men of the 381st: Heroes All A chaplain's inside story on the men of the 381st Bomber Group by James Good Brown.

Scanned page. Undated. Scanned first page of The Mighty Men of the 381st signed by the author to Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Drummond.

Scanned paraphernalia. 1944. Scanned World War II paraphernalia.

Note: 1 scanned photograph removed from Metts file and placed in photograph box.

2.12 Henry Mitchell

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland from the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Mr. Ushio Togami and Family in Shimonoseki-shi, Yamaguchi-ken, Japan. Re: Concerning the return of samurai sword to Togami.

Photocopy. June 17, 2003. Letter written in Japanese.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of addresses on airmail package.

TDS. June 17, 2003. Letter from Ushio Togami in Shimonoseki-shi, Yamaguchi-ken, Japan to Mr. Seiji Endo in Oxford, MS. Re: Translation of letter written in Japanese.

TDS. June 17, 2003. Letter from Ushio Togami in Shimonoseki-shi, Yamaguchi-ken, Japan to Mr. Seiji Endo in Oxford, MS. Re: Translation of letter written in Japanese.

Photocopy. June 17, 2003. Letter written in Japanese.

Photocopy. June 17, 2003. Letter written in Japanese.

2.13 Henry Mitchell

TD. August 27, 2003. Funeral program for Henry Mitchell. Served: Pacific Theater.

Newspaper clipping. September 18, 2003. Daily Mississippian article concerning Mitchell and the returning of a samurai sword to its original owner.

Newspaper clipping. Undated. Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal article concerning Mitchell and the returning of a samurai sword to its original owner.

Journal. Winter 2003-2004. Spearhead News, Official Publication of the 5th Marine Division Association. Re: Contains an article on Mitchell and the returning of a samurai sword to its original owner.

Note: 7 photographs and 1 scanned photograph removed from Mitchell file and placed in photograph box.

2.14 John Nichols

TDS. June 25, 2001. Letter from John Nichols in Oxford, MS to University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the submission of materials related to Nichols father, Ernest Earl Nichols, service in World War II.

TD. Undated. Essay written by unknown author concerning World War II. Re: John Nichols father is "Big Nick" in the story.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of Port Watch.

Photocopy. December 12, 1945. Photocopy of letter from James Forrestal in Dyersburg, TN to Mr. Nichols. Re: Letter from Secretary of the Navy thanking Nichols for his service.

Photocopy. December 18, 1945. Photocopy of letter from Lt. J. M. Ford at the Bureau of Naval Personnel to Ernest Nichols in Memphis, TN. Re: Transcript of Nichols enlisted Naval service.

Photocopy. November 24, 1945. Photocopy of Nichols notice of separation from the U.S. Naval service.

Photocopy. April 7, 1943. Photocopy of Nichols authorization to wear the bronze star.

Photocopy. April 7, 1943. Photocopy of Nichols authorization to wear the bronze star.

Photocopy. October 5, 1944. Photocopy of citation of award presented to Nichols.

Photocopy. November 24, 1945. Photocopy of Nichols honorable discharge.

TD. Undated. Essay written by unknown author concerning World War II. Re: John Nichols father is "Big Nick" in the story.

2.15 Pasty Pace

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Pasty Pace in Aberdeen, MS. Re: Thank you letter for the loan of Pace's U.S. Navy tunic.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Pasty Pace. Re: Teenager on the home front.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Pasty Pace. Re: Teenager on the home front.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Pasty Pace. Re: Teenager on the home front.

TD. Undated. Excerpts from Pace's husband's, William Pace, diary. Re: Normandy invasion.

2.16 Dr. Catherine Pickle

TDS. January 25, 2002 Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Dr. Catherine Pickle. Re: Concerning the possible publication of World War II correspondence in Pickle's possession.

TD. January 25, 2002. Copy of letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Dr. Catherine Pickle. Re: Concerning the possible publication of World War II correspondence in Pickle's possession.

2.17 Dr. Catherine Pickle

TDS. December 24, 1944. Photocopy of letter from Sgt. William C. Pickle somewhere in France to Mrs. W. C. Pickle in Jackson, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited copy of letter from Sgt. William C. Pickle somewhere in France to Mrs. W. C. Pickle in Jackson, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited copy of letter from Sgt. William C. Pickle somewhere in France to Mrs. W. C. Pickle in Jackson, MS.

TDS. April 22, 2001. Letter from Dr. Catherine Pickle in Olive Branch, MS to Project Directors at University Museums at the University of Mississippi, Oxford.

TD. Undated. Biographical information on William C. Pickle. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Attala County, MS.

TD. December 24, 1944. Transcription of original letter written by Sgt. William C. Pickle somewhere in France to Mrs. W. C. Pickle in Jackson, MS.

TD. Undated. Biographical information on William C. Pickle. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Attala County, MS.

TD. December 24, 1944. Transcription of original letter written by Sgt. William C. Pickle somewhere in France to Mrs. W. C. Pickle in Jackson, MS.

2.18 C. C. Pinson

TD. July 10, 2001. Transcription from taped interview with C. C. Pinson. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Lafayette County, MS. Re: African American soldier who served as an army engineer and after returning home worked as a teacher and school administrator in Panola and Lafayette Counties.

TD. July 2001. Edited transcription from taped interview with C. C. Pinson. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Lafayette County, MS. Re: African American soldier who served as an army engineer and after returning home worked as a teacher and school administrator in Panola and Lafayette Counties.

TDS. July 2, 2000. Letter from Archie to C. C. Pinson. Re: Attached is a draft copy of a press release.

TDS. July 2, 2000. Letter from Archie to C. C. Pinson. Re: Attached is a draft copy of a press release.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Pinson file and placed in cassette box. 11 scanned photographs removed and placed in photograph box.

2.19 Jim Pratt

TD. Undated. Original essay by Jim Pratt. Served with: United States Navy. Hometown: Texas, current resident of Oxford, MS. Re: Pratt is a journalist and former instructor from the University of Mississippi journalism department.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Jim Pratt. Served with: United States Navy. Hometown: Texas, current resident of Oxford, MS. Re: Pratt is a journalist and former instructor from the University of Mississippi journalism department.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Jim Pratt. Served with: United States Navy. Hometown: Texas, current resident of Oxford, MS. Re: Pratt is a journalist and former instructor from the University of Mississippi journalism department.

2.20 Sid Rapier

TDS. Undated. Original essay by Sid Rapier. Re: Essay concerns Harvey Carroll Luckett, also known as "Papa" or "Prophet" Luckett, and his predictions about World War II military events.

TDS. Undated. Original essay by Sid Rapier. Re: Essay concerns Harvey Carroll Luckett, also known as "Papa" or "Prophet" Luckett, and his predictions about World War II military events.

TDS. Undated. Original essay by Sid Rapier. Re: Essay concerns Harvey Carroll Luckett, also known as "Papa" or "Prophet" Luckett, and his predictions about World War II military events.

TD. February 23, 2001. Letter from Michele Desrosiers at University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Sidney Rapier in Parchman, MS. Re: Concerning the entry of Rapier's essay.

2.21 Julius Reid (deceased)

TD. Undated. Original essay by Julius Reid. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Water Valley, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Julius Reid. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Water Valley, MS.

Envelope. Undated. Envelope with Julius Reid's address.

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Mrs. Julius Reid. Re: Condolences for the loss of her husband, Julius Reid.

Note: 1 photograph removed from Reid file and placed in photograph box.

2.22 Kimberly Sansing

TD. Undated. Typed transcript from taped interview with Kimberly Sansing's grandmother, Mrs. Reed B. Hogan. Re: Hogan worked as a code breaker during World War II.

ADS. July 9, 2001. Letter from Jeannie Hosa Sansing to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning items loaned to World War II Memories Project.

Note: Floppy disk removed from Sansing file and placed in floppy disk box.

2.23 Kimberly Sansing

Scanned document. August 9, 1946. Scanned letter from Joe H. Floyd at the Medals & Awards Section of the Navy Department, Washington, D.C. to Lilly Lois Hogan in Hornbeak, TN. Re: Concerning the awarding of the Navy Unit Commendation to The United States Naval Communication Intelligence Organization for service during the period December 7, 1941 to September 2, 1945.

Photocopy. August 28, 1997. Photocopy of newspaper clipping of Moments from the Past. Re: A 1945 photo of WAVE regiments in boot camp at Hunter College in the Bronx, New York.

Photocopy. August 28, 1997. Photocopy of newspaper article "WAVES Proved U.S. Navy Could Use A Few Good Women".

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of Summary of Service.

TD. January 24, 1993. Transcript of interview with William Dorsey at the Naval Home in Gulfport, MS.

TD. May 21, 1996. Transcript of interview with Willie Ray Hammack at the Naval Home in Gulfport, MS.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Sansing file and placed in cassette box.

2.24 Paul Sharrer

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of Presidential Unit Citation awarded to the Assault Troops of the Fifth Amphibious Corps, Reinforced United States Fleet Marine Force.

Note: 1 scanned photograph removed from Sharrer file and placed in photograph box.

2.25 Claire Rychlak

TDS. July 2, 2001. Letter from Claire Rychlak in Water Valley, MS to University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the submission of Rychlak's father's, A. Paul Lindsey, essay on World War II.

AD. Undated. Biographical information concerning Claire Rychlak and her father, A. Paul Lindsey.

AD. Undated. Handwritten notes concerning pistol taken from German civilian.

TD. Undated. Original essay by A. Paul Lindsey. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Morton, MS.

TD. Undated. Essay by A. Paul Lindsey. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Morton, MS.

Note: 1 scanned photograph removed from Rychlak file and placed in photograph box.

2.26 Alan Smith

TDS. November 13, 2001. Letter from Alan Smith in Jackson, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the negatives Smith loaned to the exhibit and a possible exchange of a Faulkner print for items from the Clarence Heard Estate. Envelope.

AD. Undated. Notepaper containing telephone numbers for Ben Smith of Oxford, MS.

TDS. October 24, 2001. Letter from Alan Smith in Jackson, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning a possible trade with the Museums of an original Faulkner print for items in the Clarence Heard Estate. Envelope. Attachment: Copy of letter from Smith to Freeland dated October 24, 2001.

TDS. November 16, 2001. Letter from Alan Smith in Jackson, MS to Albert Sperath at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning a possible trade with the Museums of an original Faulkner print for items in the Clarence Heard Estate.

Photocopy. November 1, 2001. Photocopy of newspaper article in The Northside Sun concerning Alan Smith's World War II paraphernalia collection.

TDS. November 16, 2001. Letter from Alan Smith in Jackson, MS to Albert Sperath at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning a possible trade with the Museums of an original Faulkner print for items in the Clarence Heard Estate.

TDS. November 13, 2001. Letter from Alan Smith in Jackson, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning the negatives Smith loaned to the exhibit and a possible exchange of a Faulkner print for items from the Clarence Heard Estate. Attachment: Copy of letter from Smith to Freeland dated October 24, 2001.

2.27 Lee Sturdivant

TD. September 26, 2001. Original essay by Lee Sturdivant for English 321.

Copy. September 1943. Typed copy of excerpts from an original diary "The Bernadou at Salerno".

Box Three: Oral histories, ephemera, and project information

3.1 Modina Stultz

TD. July 10, 2001. Transcript of taped interview. Served: United States Army. Re: Discusses basic training and various jobs given to women in the military during World War II.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Stultz file and placed in cassette box.

3.2 Linda Styron

TD. Undated. Original essay by Linda Stryon. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS. Re: "Childhood Memories of World War II".

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Linda Stryon. Hometown: Vicksburg, MS. Re: "Childhood Memories of World War II".

3.3 Daisy Mullins Thiel

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Daisy Mullins Thiel. Re: Discusses the loss of her cousin, Donald McCloud, at Pearl Harbor.

TD. December 7, 2001. Original essay by Joe Triolo. Re: Remembrances of Donald McCloud.

Note: 6 scanned photographs removed from Thiel file and placed in photograph box.

3.4 Mrs. W. C. Trotter, Jr.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Mrs. W. C. Trotter, Jr. Hometown: Yalobusha County. Re: "A Student at Ole Miss, 1942-1946."

TD. Undated. Essay by Mrs. W. C. Trotter, Jr. Hometown: Yalobusha County. Re: "A Student at Ole Miss, 1942-1946."

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Mrs. W.C. Trotter, Jr. Hometown: Yalobusha County. Re: "A Student at Ole Miss, 1942- 1946."

3.5 Dr. Lucy Turnbull

AD. Undated. Notes on Bundles for Britain headed by Dr. Turnbull's mother, Mrs. Dan Turnbull.

TD. Undated. Original essay by Dr. Lucy Turnbull. Re: Bundles for Britain headed by Mrs. Dan Turnbull, Dr. Turnbull's mother.

3.6 Nue Turnipseed

TD. May 21, 2001. Transcription of taped interview with Nue Turnipseed.

Note: Cassette tape of interview removed from Turnipseed file and placed in cassette box. Floppy disk removed from Turnipseed file and placed in floppy disk box.

3.7 Sarah S. Wasson

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Sarah Wasson. Current Residence: Kosiusko, MS.

TD. Undated. Edited essay by Sarah Wasson. Current Residence: Kosiusko, MS.

TD. November 20, 2001. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Sarah Wasson. Re: Concerning the inclusion of Wasson's essay in World War II Memories publication.

3.8 Patsy Waller

TDS. July 3, 2001. Original essay by Patsy Waller.

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Pasty Waller in Oxford, MS. Re: Thank you letter for contributing to World War II Memories project.

3.9 Paul White

TD. Undated. List of items loaned by Paul White to World War II Memories project.

TD. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Paul White in Tupelo, MS. Re: Thank you letter for loaned items.

Note: 1 scanned photograph removed from White file and placed in photograph box.

3.10 A. M. Brummett

TD. Undated. Original essay on A. M. Brummett. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Denmark, MS. Re: Recounts fighting in France and Battle of the Bulge.

TD. Undated. Transcript of telephone interview with A. M. Brummett. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Denmark, MS. Re: Experiences of combat in France.

Note: 6 scanned photographs removed from Brummett file and placed in photograph box.

3.11 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush

Clipping. Undated. Clipping of University of Mississippi Museums address.

TDS. November 19, 2001. Letter from Benjamin M. Rush to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

Journal. November 2001. The Bulletin Shreveport Medical Society. Re: Contains poem written by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of poem written by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

TD. January 2, 2002. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Dr. Benjamin M. Rush in Shreveport, LA.

TDS. Undated. Original poems by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Re: Poems of the War of the Northern Aggression with attached copy of certification of Benjamin T. Rush's service with the 35th regiment of Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.

3.12 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush

TD. Undated. Biographical information for Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

TD. Undated. Schedule of events for award ceremony for Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS. Re: Dr. Rush awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.

Clipping. January 26, 2001. Newspaper clipping from the Observer with photograph of Dr. Benjamin M. Rush being awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

TD. 1998. Poem for 31st Infantry 1998 Reunion by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

Photocopy. 1944. Photocopy of photograph of Dr. Benjamin M. Rush at age 18. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

TD. Undated. Poem "Old Soldiers" by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

Photocopy. August 19, 1921. Photocopy of Application for Appointment for Benjamin C. Rush. Re: Provides biographical information for Benjamin C. Rush, including military service in World War I.

Photocopy. August 7, 2001. Photocopy of Diplome issued to Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

Photocopy. September 24, 2001. Photocopy of poem by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

3.13 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush

Plastic binder. Undated. Phrases of Memories of Mississippi by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS. Re: Collection of poems.

3.14 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush

Plastic binder. February 13, 2002. Ontogeny by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS. Re: Collection of poems with attached letter from Dr. Benjamin M. Rush.

3.15 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush.

TDS. January 8, 2002. Poems, Phrases, Obscurities by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS. Re: Collection of poems.

3.16 Dr. Benjamin M. Rush

TDS. January 8, 2002. Letter from Dr. Benjamin M. Rush to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS. Re: Thank you letter for a mounted picture and poem.

Binder. Undated. Poems of the Combat Infantry by Dr. Benjamin M. Rush. Served: European Theater. Hometown: Vaughn, MS.

3.17 University of Mississippi Museums

TD. March 6. List of male World War II Veterans of Mississippi residency.

TD. March 6, 2001. World War II Memories Project update.

TD. February 23-March 22, 2001. Telephone call summary for University of Mississippi Museums.

3.18 University of Mississippi Museums

TD. Undated. Listing of World War II Memories Project participants.

AD. Undated. Notes concerning the content of project floppy disks. Re: Project floppy disks have been placed in floppy disk box.

AD. April-May 2001. List of videotaped World War II veterans.

AD. February 2001. List of World War II Memories Project participants and their telephone numbers.

TD. Undated. Listing of World War II Memories Project Staff.

TD. January 2001. Early list of veterans contacted for World War II Memories Project.

TD. April 4. World War II veterans list of male, Mississippi residents.

TD. March 6. World II veterans list of male, Mississippi residents.

Address labels. Undated.

TD. May 4, 2000. Photocopy of American Legion membership register.

Brochure. Undated. Original brochure of World War II Mississippi Memories Project.

Brochure. Undated. Original brochure of World War II Mississippi Memories Project.

Scanned document. Undated. Scanned print of design layout for World War II Memories Project brochure.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopies of various resources relating to the recording of wartime experiences. Re: Including oral history guidelines from the Eisenhower Center at the University of New Orleans and an article from February 2001 VFW publication.

TD. March 6, 2001. World War II Memories Project update.

TD. October 12, 2001. Listing of World War II veterans provided by the University of Mississippi Alumni Development System.

3.19 University of Mississippi Museums

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned image of playing cards.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photograph of Pickle.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Pinson.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned newspaper clipping announcing the shipping out of Lt. Clyde G. Huggins.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned newspaper clipping concerning PFC. Audley H. Brummett.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Fox.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Moorhead.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Talbert.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Durly Bratton.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by C.C. Pinson.

3.20 University of Mississippi Museums

Pamphlet. Undated. One side of pamphlet dropped over Japan before bombing raid.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Huntington with attached contact information for Huntington and identification of photographs.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Rychlak/Lindsey with attached photograph inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs and papers lent to World War II Memories Project by Bullion with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs and diary lent to World War II Memories Project by Cunningham with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Kavyas with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned home front memorabilia.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs and documents lent to World War II Memories Project by Modeena with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by John Leslie with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by McLarty with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Harwood with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Gafford with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs and documents lent to World War II Memories Project by Wharton with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs and newspaper clipping lent to World War II Memories Project by Bratton with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Doyer with attached inventory.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of scanned photographs lent to World War II Memories Project by Dot Orr King with attached inventory.

3.21 University of Mississippi Museums

Newspaper clippings. Undated. Newspaper article concerning lecture given by civilian prisoner during World War II.

Photocopy. November 9, 2001. Photocopy of newspaper article concerning World War II Memories exhibit opening.

TDS. Undated. Letter from Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford to Carson M. Hughes in Jackson, MS. Re: Thank you note for the loan of Hughes' father's POW record.

TDS. May 29, 2001. Letter from Ellen McCulloch-Lovell at The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. to Michele Desrosiers at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Concerning possible participation in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project.

TD. July 11, 2002. E-mail from Tracy Quinn McLennan at Adler & Robin Books, Inc., Washington, D.C. to the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Recollections of WWII wanted for book.

Card. January 15, 2002. Thank you card from Paul White in Tupelo, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums. Envelope.

3.22 University of Mississippi Museums

TD. Undated. World War II Memories Project evaluation narrative.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

Photocopy. Undated. Photocopy of portion of World War II Memories publication.

3.23 University of Mississippi Museums

Scanned newspaper clipping. Undated. Scanned newspaper clipping of Georgia St. Amand. Her father was stationed at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Scanned newspaper clipping. Undated. Scanned newspaper clipping of demonstration of swing dancing at University of Mississippi Museums luncheon.

Scanned newspaper clipping. Undated. Scanned newspaper clipping of Audley Brummett at World War II Memories exhibit.

TD. Undated. Inventory for display cases of World War II Memories exhibit.

TD. Undated. Evaluation for University of Mississippi Museums World War II Memories Project funded by the Mississippi Humanities Council. Envelope.

3.24 Leo Darby

Book. 1994. Self published collection of stories, poems, and reflections on life by Leo Darby. Served: Middle East and European Theater. Hometown: Batesville, MS. Re: Contains recollection of World War II service and post World War II job market.

Book. 1991. Self published collection of stories, poems, and reflections on life by Leo Darby. Served: Middle East and European Theater. Hometown: Batesville, MS. Re: Contains recollection of World War II service in the Middle East.

Box Four: Photographs

4.1 John Leslie Photographs

TD. Undated. John Leslie partial photo inventory. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Durham County, NC; current resident of Oxford, MS.

TD. Undated. John Leslie partial photo inventory. Served: European and Pacific Theaters. Hometown: Durham County, NC; current resident of Oxford, MS.

Scanned Photograph. September 1944. Marseille, France. Re: Loading docks downtown.

Scanned Photographs. August 15, 1944. San Raphael, France. Re: D-Day for Southern France.

Scanned Photograph. August 15, 1944. Southern France.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. John Leslie. Re: Signaling to nearby ships.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Mediterranean.

Scanned Photograph. August 15, 1944. Southern France.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. France. Re: Landing craft outside L.S.T. 550 during invasion of France.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: German prisoners of war.

Scanned Photograph. August 15, 1944. Southern France. Re: German prisoners of war.

Scanned Photograph. September 1944. France. Re: French treatment of female German collaborator who was later executed.

Scanned Photograph. September 1944. Re: Capt. Meehan of L.S.T. 550 with officers of the 1st French Army.

Scanned Photograph. September 1944. Re: Capt. Meehan of L.S.T. 550 with officers of the 1st French Army.

Scanned Photograph. September 1944. Re: Capt. Meehan of L.S.T. 550 with officers of the 1st French Army.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Okinawa, Japan.

Scanned Photograph. April 4, 1945. Okinawa, Japan. Re: U.S. landing on beach.

Scanned Photograph. April 4, 1945. Okinawa, Japan. Re: U.S. landing on beach.

Scanned Photograph. April 1, 1945. Okinawa, Japan. Re: Japanese prisoners.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Arabs of French 1st Army.

Scanned Photograph. April 1, 1945. Okinawa, Japan. Re: Naha University.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Okinawa, Japan.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Okinawa, Japan.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Okinawa, Japan. Re: Hidden cover for ambush.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Okinawa, Japan. Re: Hung and mutilated body of a Japanese doctor who had aided downed American fliers.

Scanned Photograph. 1951. John [Leslie], Eliz, and Aston Holley. Re: Soon after buying Avent Drug Store.

Scanned Photograph. 1946. University of Mississippi, Oxford. Re: John [Leslie] and Eliz Harvey at a KD [Kappa Delta] party.

Scanned Photograph. 1946. University of Mississippi, Oxford. Re: Elizabeth Harvey upon graduation.

Scanned Photograph. 1946. Re: John [Leslie] and Eliz Harvey in front of the KD [Kappa Delta] house.

4.2 Roy Waller Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Allied bombing over Magdeburg, Germany.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: B25's in formation.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Bomber escort Princess Pat.

4.3 Billy Bob Whorton Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Billy Bob Whorton in uniform.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Destruction of Okinawa, Japan.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Eiffel Tower.

Scanned Photograph. 1942. Re: American sailor in Memphis, TN.

Scanned Photograph. 1942. Re: American sailor in Memphis, TN.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: USO dance.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: The U.S.S. Lugna Point CVE 94.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Crossing the equator on the U.S.S. Lugna Point.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Crossing the equator on the U.S.S. Lugna Point.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: The U.S.S. Lugna Point.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: The U.S.S. Lugna Point.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: The U.S.S. Lugna Point.

4.4 Durley Bratton Photographs

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of group of soldiers.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of 487th planes of Dog Face Squadron who painted infantry images on their planes out of respect for infantry on the ground.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of frag bombs being dropped.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of bombing done by Durley Bratton's squadron.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Photocopy of photograph of direct hit on the right engine of 488th bomber. Only one gunner survived.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Jersey bounce.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Cameso, Italy.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Soldiers laundry in Italy.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Battle Damage on B25.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Troop transport.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: B25 over the Italian Alps.

Scanned Photograph. Summer 1944. Re: B25s of 340th group of the 12th Air Force over north coast of Corsica.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Captured German ME 109 Luftwaffe fighter in Cameso, Italy.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: 12th Air Force, 340th group, 488th squadron B25s flying in formation.

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: American soldiers standing in pay line in Italy.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: 12th Air Force, 340th group, 488th squadron.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Nose art.

Note: 3 oversized scanned photographs removed from Bratton photograph file and place in oversized box.

4.5 James Cunningham Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Soldiers with telescope.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Group of nuns.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Women held in Japanese prison at Chung King Harbor. Liberated in 1944. Agnes Keith identified as women in center of photo.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: PT boat machine gunner.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Japanese surrender of prison camp at Chung King.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Men held in Japanese prison camp at Chung King Harbor.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Burning of the boats at Sumar.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: James Cunningham.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Liberated children from Japanese prison camp at Chung King Harbor.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Waiting for the Japanese surrender of Chung King prison camp.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Prisoner in Japanese Chung King prison camp. Double sided scanned photograph.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Men's section of Japanese Chung King prison camp.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Taking on supplies at sea.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Re: PT Boat 84 "The Peacock Lounge".

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Waikiki Beach, Hawaii.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: PT 84.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: A girl in a sandwich shop.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Indian soldiers.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Guards at Japanese Chung King prison camp.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: PT boat 84, "The Peacock Lounge".

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: PT boat on patrol with crewmen at battle stations.

Note: 2 oversized scanned photographs removed from James Cunningham photograph file and placed in oversized box.

4.6 Dr. John Fox Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: John Fox, Staff Sergeant.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Asian Pacific Theater.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Burma Road.

4.7 Delma Edwards Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Delma Edwards.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Delma Edwards.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Re: 90th Division, 3rd Army in Germany.

4.8 Les Huntington Photographs

Scanned Photograph. 1940. Re: Les Huntington with this Grandfather in England.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Les Huntington with his mother and father in England.

4.9 Darlene and Jere Hoar Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Early 1942. Re: Lt. Eldon Hoar, Army Air Corps, swearing in of recruits at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.

4.10 Clarence Heard Photographs.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Group photograph of soldiers.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Tank.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Destroyed building.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Destroyed building and soldiers.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Tank.

4.11 Dr. Frank Harwood Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Flight navigator.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Soldier being awarded.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: B17s in flight.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Unidentified B17 pilot.

4.12 Gerald Gafford Photograph

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Three soldiers, Gafford on the right.

4.13 Melissa Caldwell Photograph

Photograph of Caldwell's grandfather, Woodrow Wilson Caldwell, who served as an ambulance driver in the European Theater.

4.14 Maralyn Caldwell Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: 15 photographs of wartime Oxford, MS.

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: Gathering on the Square for the Farmer's Market and news of the War.

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: Oxford, MS.

4.15 Dr. Roscoe Boyer Photographs

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: Dr. Roscoe Boyer at Esler Field, LA.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Philippine Islands.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Group photograph of soldiers.

Scanned Photograph. 1941. Re: U.S. Army barracks Camp Walters, TX.

Scanned Photograph. 1941. Re: Soldiers returning to Fort Leonard Wood, MO.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Philippine Islands, monkey at typewriter.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Feeding the troops.

4.16 Dr. Syl Moorhead Photographs

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: Constantine, Algeria.

Scanned Photograph. 1943. Re: Trench in Constantine, Algeria.

4.17 Floyd Metts Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Floyd Metts, member of the 381st bomber group and a B17 Bomber over Germany.

4.18 Henry Mitchell Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell, Deborah Freeland, and Mr. Endo at the University of Mississippi, Oxford.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mitchell, Freeland, and Endo.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mitchell on the phone with Togami.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mitchell on the phone with Togami.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mitchell says hello to Togami.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Mitchell waits while Endo speaks.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Endo places call.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Re: The Japanese flag at Iwo Jima.

4.19 Anne Percy Photograph

Photograph. Undated. Re: Paper trooper sweater of Anne Davis.

4. 20 C. C. Pinson Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Soldier of the 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Two soldiers of the 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: American Red Cross snack bar.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Re: 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Soldier with gun and fixed bayonet and soldier with guitar. 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Okinawa, Japan. 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Soldier of the 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Tug of war. 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Scanned Photograph. 1945. Re: 1321st General Service Engineers Company B.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: Tug of war. 1321st Engineer Battalion.

Photocopy. Undated. Re: American Red Cross snack bar.

4.21 Julius Reid Photograph

Photograph. Undated. Re: Julius Reid and his wife.

4.22 Paul Sharrer Photograph

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Tank and two soldiers.

4.23 Claire Rychlak Photograph

Scanned Photograph. May 1945. Re: Three soldiers in Germany.

4.24 Fran Talbert Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Fran Talbert.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Fran Talbert volunteered for the Army Air Force in 1942. She entered service in Atlantic City, NJ, where she was a hospital dietitian.

4.25 Daisy Mullins Thiel Photographs

Scanned Photograph. December 1941. Re: USS Oklahoma, Pearl Harbor.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: USS Oklahoma.

Scanned Newspaper. Undated. Re: Newspaper clipping reporting Donald McCloud missing.

Scanned Newspaper. Undated. Re: Newspaper clipping reporting Donald McCloud missing.

Scanned Photograph. 1941. Re: Donald McCloud shortly before Pearl Harbor.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Japanese surrender.

4.26 Paul White Photograph

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Exhibit display.

4.27 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

4.28 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era plane.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era planes.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era plane.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era planes.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era plane.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era vehicles.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era vehicles.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit case containing uniform patches.

Photograph. Undated. Re: Crowd outside University of Mississippi Museums.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era vehicle.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era planes.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II era plane.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit of Red Cross posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

4.29 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories Navy display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories Navy display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Navy uniform and mess kit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty bonds posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty bonds posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph negatives. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit and displays.

4.30 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Red Cross posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty bond posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty bond posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty loan poster.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty loan poster.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty loan poster.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Red Cross posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of liberty loan poster.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Defense Bonds Stamp poster and various photographs.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Red Cross posters.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Defense Bonds Stamp poster and various photographs.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Defense Bonds Stamp poster and various photographs.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Defense Bonds Stamp poster and various photographs.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Navy uniform and mess kit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of piano and sheet music.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of wartime Oxford, Uncle Sam poster, and wartime entertainment.

4.31 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of wartime Oxford, Uncle Sam poster, and wartime entertainment.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of uniform patches.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of wartime Oxford, Uncle Sam poster, and wartime entertainment.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories Navy display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories Navy display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening ceremony.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening ceremony.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening ceremony.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of wartime Oxford, Uncle Sam poster, and wartime entertainment.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories helmet display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

4.32 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of uniform patches.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of uniform patches.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories display of Jim Cunningham's life vest.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories uniform display.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: C. C. Pinson in World War II Memories exhibit.

4.33 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Photograph. Undated. World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. World War II Memories display of Navy uniform and mess kit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit reception.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit reception.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit reception.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. Undated. Re: World War II Memories exhibit reception.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II era vehicles.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories participant.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit reception.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II era vehicle.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening ceremony.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: Mary Buie Museum.

Photograph. November 11, 2001. Re: World War II Memories exhibit opening ceremony.

Card. Christmas 2001. Christmas card from Catherine Pickle in Olive Branch, MS to Deborah Freeland at the University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford. Re: Contained photographs listed in 4.33. Envelope.

4.34 Curt LaFontanie Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: German propaganda postcard.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Hitler in civilian clothing.

4.35 A. M. Brummett Photographs

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Group photo of Brummett and fellow soldiers.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: American Forces at a Nazi death camp.

Scanned Photograph. 1942. Re: Memphis, TN.

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Germany after the Battle of the Bugle.

Scanned Photograph. 1941. Re: American Tanks proved inadequate against the German Panther and Tiger armor.

Note: 1 oversized photograph removed from Brummett photograph file and placed in oversized box.

Box Five: Cassette tapes

Cassette tape. Undated. Interview with Modeena Stultz.

Cassette tape. May 21, 2001. Interview with Nue Turnipseed.

Cassette tape. Undated. Interview with Mrs. Reed B. Hogan by her granddaughter, Kimberly Sansing.

Cassette tape. July 8, 2001. Interview with Jack Milton McLarty by his granddaughter, Mary Love McLarty.

Cassette tape. May 2001. Interview with Virgil Appleton.

Cassette tape. July 10, 2001. Interview with C. C. Pinson.

Cassette tape. July 2, 2001. Interview with Les Huntington.

Cassette tape. February 23, 2001. Interview with Aston Holley.

Cassette tape. February 21, 2001. Interview with Tommy Ethridge.

Cassette tape. February 21, 2001. Interview with Delma Edwards.

Cassette tape. Undated. Interview with Gene Ebers.

Cassette tape. March 1, 2001. Interview with H. C. Franklin.

Cassette tape. May 17, 2001. Interview with Wilma Bratton. Re: Home Front.

Cassette tape. Undated. Unidentified RCA cassette tape.

Box Six: Floppy disks

Floppy disks. February- November 2001. Floppy disks for World War II Memories Project. Re: Includes complete World War II Memories file; database of veterans and participants; essays; PR, project updates, and other miscellaneous information.

Floppy disk. Undated. Floppy disk removed from Turnipseed file.

Floppy disk. Undated. Floppy disk removed from Gafford file.

Floppy disk. Undated. Floppy disk removed from Sansing file.

Box Seven: Roy Waller Oversized

Helmet. Helmet issued to Roy Waller by the Army Air Force.

Goggle lenses. Roy Waller's lenses for B8 flying goggle issued by Army Air Force.

Box Eight: University of Mississippi Museums Oversized

8.1 University of Mississippi Museums Photographs

Mounted Print. Undated. Re: Hitler propaganda postcard.

Mounted Print. Undated. Re: Hitler propaganda postcard.

8.2 Durley Bratton Oversized Photographs

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Durley Bratton in front of a P38 in Corsica.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: Expecting a German gas attack in Corsica.

Scanned Photograph. 1944. Re: B25's flying in formation over Corsica.

8.3 James Cunningham Oversized Photographs

Scanned Photographs. Undated. Re: Scanned page of photo album with various pictures of soldiers in camp.

Scanned Photographs. Undated. Re: Scanned page of photo album with various pictures of soldiers in camp.

8.4 H. M. Brummett Oversized Photograph

Scanned Photograph. Undated. Re: Army encampment.

8.5 University of Mississippi Museums Project Paraphernalia

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Brochure. Undated. World War II Memories Project brochure.

Scanned postcard. Undated. Scanned postcard concerning Brown Bag Lecture on women in World War I & II.

Scanned postcard. Undated. Scanned postcard concerning Brown Bag Lecture on women in World War I & II.

TD. October 4- December 6, 2001. Listing of Brown Bag Luncheons on "Experience World War II at the University of Mississippi.

TD. October 4- December 6, 2001. Listing of Brown Bag Luncheons on "Experience World War II at the University of Mississippi.

Envelope. Undated. Envelope used by University of Mississippi Museums for World War II Memories Project.

Envelope. Undated. Envelope used by University of Mississippi Museums for World War II Memories Project.

Brochure. Undated. Brochure announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Brochure. Undated. Brochure announcing World War II veteran's celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Scanned poster. Undated. Scanned poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Poster. Undated. Poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Poster. Undated. Poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Poster. Undated. Poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

Poster. Undated. Poster announcing World War II veterans' celebration in conjunction with World War II Memories exhibit.

8.6 University of Mississippi Museums

World War II veterans' mailing labels.

8.7 University of Mississippi Museums

CD binder. Undated. Contains all CD's related to World War II Memories Project. Re: All project participant information, photographs, and related materials.