Collection Title: World Wars Collection

Accession Number: 049

Archives and Special Collections Department
Frazar Memorial Library
McNeese State University

Container List

Box 1

World War II scrapbook of newspaper clippings (1944-45)
World War II scrapbook of photographs
Alaska Scrapbook of photographs
Commercial War Atlases 1942

Box 2 World War I scrapbook of newspaper clippings (1915-1918)

Box 3

File Folder (FF) 1    1941 newspaper articles
                    FF 2     Booklet - The Battles of Kwajalein and Roi-Namur
                    FF 3     Naval History magazine (December 1994) D-Days Forgotten
                    FF 4     Army song book, separation paper for Roy Linton Tompkins
                    FF 5     Warrior Newsletters
                    FF 6     Warrior Newsletters
                    FF 7     Airplane Power
                    FF 8     Victory (1940's)
                    FF 9     World War II photographs - Pacific Islands (?); Japanese peace delegation August 1945
                    FF 10   World War II photographs
                                    Harry Victor Hartsell, Jr. (Commander in Navy) Ships: USS Indianapolis, Oglala, Gamble, Lark,
                                    Allegheny, Neosko, Manistee, Yukon, Hickman County (2), Menelaus, Chase County,
                                    Electron (2), Estes
                    FF 11   Transcript of interview with Halim Rahbany discussing his war service and the interrogation of German
                                    war criminals after World War II
                    FF 12     Letters of Willard Hebert in Europe to family in Lake Charles, 1942-48
                    FF 13     Commercial War Maps 1941, 1942
                    FF 14   Ration book belonging to R. T. Harper and Mrs. Alta Ayres Harper, war bonds pamphlet and various
                                    clippings related to World War II

Box 4 Scrapbook containing clippings of Pearl Harbor attack (also contains clippings about Charles Lindbergh, Will Rogers and Wiley Post, Huey Long, and King Edward VIII’s abdication of the British throne)

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