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Saunders Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #964)

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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.

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Harry V. Bernard Papers (Manuscript Collection #467)

Papers (1911-1968, undated) include correspondence, writings, legal and financial papers, news clippings, a photograph and miscellaneous documents related to the career of Harry V. Bernard, Sr., who was an American businessman in China beginning in 1911. The documents also reflect his work with flood relief in the Shanghai District of China in the 1930s and his internment by the Japanese in a prison camp near Shanghai during World War I...

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Paul A. Putnam Papers (Manuscript Collection #313)

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