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Musical scores from the 1930's and 1940's.
This collection contains 14 albums with over 1100 letters, cards and ephemera from 1942-1946 written by Loeb to his family. Loeb served in Ogden at Hill Airfield from May 27, 1942 - February 14, 1944.
This collection contains two uniforms as part of the Cadet Nurses Corps during World War II. It includes a winter and spring uniform.
This collection is unprocessed.
Carl Fernelius was born 6 September 1923 in South Weber, Utah. He was drafted in June of 1943, and received his orders to go to Ogden, Utah to work as an MP at the POW camp at the DDO. See also Stewart Library digital collection oral history Interview, WWII Prisoners of War in Ogden and MS 418 Venture Academy for his oral history interviews.
Military correspondence, certificates, discharges, photograph, and miscellaneous United States Armed Forces papers pertaining to Ogden, Utah natives, Charles B. and Earl M. Stone. Most of these documents pertain to World War II service. Included is a commendation for Charles Stone’s military duty, signed by President Harry S. Truman.
On July 31, 1942 The War Department created the Transportation Corps. One of its functions
was to manage the movement of troops between training bases and the front and leave.
This collection contains the records of the Defense Depot Ogden that was built during World War II. The depot also housed an Italian and German POW camp.
The Don Emerson Collection was donated by Don in 2016. This collection contains two series; this first contains information and photographs pertaining to his service during World War II in Africa and Italy, including artifacts. This includes his Purple Heart, dog tags and a German Iron Cross. The miscellaneous series contains information and photograms from his childhood in Iowa.