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Civil War Miscellany (Manuscript Collection #505)

Various unrelated items (1862-1865) concerning the Civil War including an oath of allegiance, Harper's Weekly lithographs, an Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad Company statement, a memoir written about fifty years after the war and transcribed in 1978, and copies of a letter and a circular.

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Alvis Mewborn Papers (Manuscript Collection #1159)

Papers (1945-1949 [Bulk 1945]) consisting of black & white photographic prints taken by U.S. Army Master Sergeant Alvis Whitted Mewborn in France, Germany, and Austria, during his service in the 131st Evacuation Hospital, 11th Armored Division, U.S. Third Army, during World War II, featuring photographs of Mauthausen Concentration Camp & Camp Gusen #1, near Mauthausen, Austria, where the Germans held mainly Italian but also Russian and ...

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Richard Hamilton Smith Papers (Manuscript Collection #1171)

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James Clark Mallison Papers (Manuscript Collection #615)

Papers (1861-1865) including signature book of prisoners, arrest descriptions. 1 Volume.

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Carl Hicks Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-037)

History of USS Portland and photographs of Japanese prisoners. (undated)

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John M. Porter Memoir (Manuscript Collection #653)

Memoir (1861-1865) including correspondence, transfer and escape of prisoners, details of sabotage of a Union train.

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J. C. Hines Papers (Manuscript Collection #537)

Papers (1863-1961) including correspondence; diary; family histories; recollection; description of prisoners playing games, making furniture, jewelry, beer; reading newspaper, letters, etc.

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Walter Francis Larson Papers (Manuscript Collection #90)

Papers (1844-1945) consisting memoir, diary, photographs, description of imprisonment, prisoner of war camp, diary, move on foot covering 603 miles, wartime log.

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Cecil J. Peart Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-024)

Peart's Journal : Prepared from notes kept on a prisoner of War odyssey from Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I., to Manchukuo, via the prison ship S.S. Oryoku Maru (undated)

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Ronald Vaughn Papers (Manuscript Collection #658)

Papers (1944-1945) including typescript memoir, destruction of Tokyo, transport of prisoners, disposals of unexploded bombs, combat statistics.

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Paul Albert Putnam Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0027)

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Vernon G. LaHeist Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-026)

A typescript of "Three years, three months and nine days", a memoir of a U.S. Navy enlisted man as a Japanese POW. (undated)

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Paul A. Putnam Papers (Manuscript Collection #313)

Papers (1926-1953) of Brig. General Paul A. Putnam, U. S. Marine Corps, an aviator, who was captured at Wake Island and was a POW in Japan, 1941-1945, consisting of correspondence, diaries, a photograph, clippings, citations, orders, recipe book, copies of awards, citations, publications, newspaper articles.

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Frances Holloway Wynne Papers (Manuscript Collection #1024)

Includes genealogical correspondence, documents, photographs, research notes, and obituaries compiled by the donor, Frances Holloway Wynne, relating to the Holloway, Sorrell, Cooper, Poole, and related families of Durham County, Johnston County, and Wake County, North Carolina; and Burned County, Virginia, ca. 1512-1995.

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Frank Bisel Papers (Manuscript Collection #310)

Papers (1861-1865, undated) of Civil War soldier in the 12th Ohio Battery, consisting of diary, copy, comments, transport discomfort, marriage, doggerel rhymes, clothing bills.