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Hugh Elroy Best, Jr., Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #894)

Collection (1942-1969) of photographic prints and photocopied documents relating to World War II service of Tarboro, NC natives Hugh E. Best Jr. who served in the U.S. Army Air Force in Europe, Hugh E. Best, Sr., who served in the U.S. Navy; Glanor Gay Best, who served in the Women’ s Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC); Gaston Gay, who died while serving in the U.S. Merchant Marine in 1942; also relating to Vietnam War service of Hugh E. Best,...

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Glenn C. Ames Collection (Manuscript Collection #1158)

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John H. Linton Papers (Manuscript Collection #1097)

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Robert Frederick Sink Papers (Manuscript Collection #255)

Papers (1908-1967, undated) pertaining to the military career and personal life of Lieutenant General Robert Frederick Sink (1905-1965), a graduate of West Point, a pioneer in the use of airborne warfare, who commanded the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Army Airborne Corps, during World War II, 1942-1945, participating in the Allied Invasion of Normandy (1944) and the Battle of the Bulge at Bastogne, Belgium (1944-1945); ...

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Robert L. Ghormley Papers (Manuscript Collection #1153)

Papers (ca. 1890-2008, undated) of Vice Admiral Robert Lee Ghormley, a member of the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 1906, including correspondence, orders, diaries, memoirs, photographic prints and negatives, certificates and commissions, legal papers, printed forms, ephemera, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, maps, museum objects, broadsides and posters and publications related to his education, family and personal life, in Tacoma, Washing...

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Linda L. Green Papers (Manuscript Collection #675)

Papers (1953-1991) of USAR officer, system engineer, and senior logistics analyst, including correspondence, a diary (1969-1976), photo albums, clippings, and miscellaneous materials.

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G. Vince Howell Papers (Manuscript Collection #213)

Papers (1943-1944) including World War II Diary, diary of Army Air Force.

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Frank H. Price, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #773)

Papers of Vice Admiral Frank H. Price, Jr., member of USNA Class of 1941, including correspondence, orders, a memoir, clippings, photographs, programs, and publications.

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Douglas R. Woodworth Diary (Manuscript Collection #333)

Collection consists of a diary (1944-1945) kept by Sgt. Douglas R. Woodworth, a radio operator serving with a B-24 bomber crew attached to the 1st Division of the 8th United States Army Air Force, while stationed in England during World War II.

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Frank A. Armstrong Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #35)

Papers (1927-1969, undated) including correspondence, memoirs, reports, flight records, flight log, speeches, etc. relating to the career of pioneer aviator and US Army Air Corps general during and after World War II.

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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. Coast Guard Auxiliary Records (Manuscript Collection #559)

Records (1939-2013) of national and divisional offices of the U.S. Coast Guard auxiliary, including Flotilla 1301 records (1942-1945), consisting of correspondence, muster rolls, directives, minutes, services records, speeches, duty records, photographs, copies of the navigator and other publications, conference records, regulations, policy statements, training materials, histories, and scrap books. 718 boxes. 471 c.f. (c.f. rev. 8/21/2...

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Roland G. Bienvenu, Sr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #621)

Papers (1941-1965) including photographs, clippings, certificates, memos, orders of U.S. Naval officer, USNA Class of 1941, official winners, luncheons, ceremonies, parties, interpreter and translator.

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Richard Norman Tetlie Collection (Manuscript Collection #934)

A collection of Lt. Richard Norman Tetlie’s military service records (1943-1946) and the official records of the USS New York’s lengthy service in the U.S. Navy (1914-1948). As an officer during World War II, Lt. Tetlie trained recruits at the Ship-to-Shore Division of the Fort Emory Detachment, Landing Craft School, Coronado, CA, in the fundamentals of the amphibious ship-to-shore maneuver. He then served as the USS ...

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William T. Clements Papers (Manuscript Collection #211)

Papers (1917-1918) of Lt. William T. Clements documenting his experience with the 17th U.S. Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces, during training in the U.S. and England, and service in France during World War I. Included are a diary, a letter, and microfilm copy of his World War I photograph album.