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World War, 1939-1945

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: LCSH

Found in 204 Collections and/or Records:

Guarding the Gift of Freedom

 Digital Image
Dates: 1951-11-26

Guarding the Gift of Freedom, 1951-11-26

 Item — Reel 13: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177366]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.013.00002.00003
Scope and Contents: Lucius D. Clay describes being inspired by the German people's desire for democracy following World War II and believes that all people want peace and liberty and also believes freedom is a privilege given by God, and one that must be carefully guarded by all citizens and he calls upon Americans to make this country one that provides equal opportunities for all.
Dates: 1951-11-26

Harold G. Simms Papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS046
Overview: This collection contains photographic materials, Tufts memorabilia, and WWII memorabilia created by or belonging to Harold G. Simms, who graduated from Tufts in 1949 and founded the Camera Club.
Dates: bulk 1945 -- 1949, 1900 -- 2015

Horace F. Westwood World War II Letters

 Collection
Call Number: MS215
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters written by Horace F. Westwood (Crane 1938), U.S. Naval Reserve Chaplain's Corps, during his assignment to a Marine Corps unit in the South Pacific from spring 1943 to Christmas Eve 1944. Letters include Westwood's drawings to explain his experience in the military to his children, Joan and Wallis. Also included is a short biography written by his family, a note explaining the several generations of the Westwood family having graduated from Tufts, news...
Dates: bulk 1943 -- 1944, 1932 -- 2003

I Am Happy with My Time

 Digital Image
Dates: 1952-08-29

I Am Happy with My Time, 1952-08-29

 Item — Reel 4: Series MS025.005 [IM 991177357]
Call Number: MS025.005.004.004.00009.00002
Scope and Contents: Pat Frank describes his experiences as a war correspondent with Edward R. Murrow during World War II; explains how his interactions with Germans, Japanese, and Italians give him hope that people share a fundamental humanity; and notes that the chance to watch history unfold is a great opportunity and responsibility, despite the uncertainty of the era.
Dates: 1952-08-29

Jackson students practice first aid, 1941

 Item — Volume 93: Series MS036.001 [39090011489701]
Call Number: MS036.001.093.00001.00834
Scope and Contents: In Munro Scrapbook v. 74, p. 16; Jackson Students apply practical first aid after completing a 10 weeks course given by the Red Cross
Dates: 1941

Jackson students practice first aid

 Digital Image
Dates: 1941

Jason Samuels at the Office of Naval Research, Sands Pt., Port Washington, 1946-05

 Item — Box Shared 29: Series UA009.011; Series UA014.001; Series MS029.004; Series MS054.003; Series UA046.003; Series MS036.011; Series UA136.002 [39090011486715]
Call Number: MS029.004.DO.02842
Scope and Contents: Donated by Jason Samuels, E1945.
Dates: 1946-05