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1.
Edgar Ralph Rankin Papers (Manuscript Collection #130)

Papers (1945-1950) including correspondence, military pamphlets with description of army forces, commentaries, letter of sympathy.

2.
Edmund J. Lilly, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #306)

Papers (1941-1974) of U. S. Army artillery officer in World War I and World War II, who served as commander of the 57th Philippine Scouts and regimental commander, experienced the Bataan Death March and was a POW until 1945, consisting of correspondence, clippings, a hymnal, letters, and miscellaneous.

3.
Eli A. Helmick Papers (Manuscript Collection #350)

Papers (1863-1935) including a photocopy of an autobiography, bound book, of professional papers and articles and copy of a lecture.

4.
Elizabeth Gordan Griffin Papers (Manuscript Collection #416)

Papers (1918, 1932, 1942-1969) including correspondence, financial records, affidavits, typescripts, newspapers, and miscellany.

5.
Leonora Febre Papers (Manuscript Collection #454)

Papers (1941-1945) including autobiographical sketch, Tagalog Language, Filipino hardship during World War II.

6.
William D. Bryan Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #510)

Papers (1943–1945) including copies of correspondence, personal notations, orders, addresses, photographs, reminiscences, equipment lists, and reports pertaining to his World War II service with the 14th Malaria Control Unit of the U.S. Army Air Corps in New Guinea and the Philippines, 1943–1945, including references to malaria control, military issues, and incidents involving Japanese, American and Filipino forces.

7.
Richard Francis Harrison Papers (Manuscript Collection #552)

Photographs taken in the Philippine Islands and a biographical sketch of USMC Major Harrison, USNA class of 1941.

8.
U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Frederick J. Weber Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-018)

A pictorial history of the 33rd Special Naval Construction battalion (1945) and a photograph of Weber in uniform.

9.
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)

10.
U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Edwin Nils Johnson Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-043)

Papers (ca. 1942-1945) pertaining primarily to the 7th amphibious Force, Beach Party #5, in the Central Pacific during World War II, including personnel and operations file, terrain study handbooks, histories of the 7th amphibious Force, clippings, photographs, certificates and miscellany.

11.
U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Kenneth E. McAbee Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-066)

Correspondence a typescript history of the USS Kitkun Bay, CVE-71, published cruise book (1944-45) for Composite Squadron 63, typescript biographical account entitled "Cruising the Pacific, 1941-1945," photographs, citations, certificates, and miscellany. 15 items.

12.
William E. and Marion B. Stewart Papers (Manuscript Collection #707)

Pre-World War II photographs albums (undated) of the U.S. Naval officer and his wife, primarily containing images of the Philippine Islands and China.

13.
T. Hamilton Lokey Papers (Manuscript Collection #739)

Account of Battle of Leyte Gulf, 1944, by Air Combat intelligence officer aboard the USS Natoma Bay. (undated)

14.
Edmund Jones Lilly, Jr., Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0032)

15.
Alexander B. Coxe, Sr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #193)

Papers (1866-1874, 1899-1964) including correspondence, diaries, daybooks, reports, certificates, photographs, manuals, clippings, an army register, notebooks, etc.