Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence regarding the purchase and sale of property in Washington D.C. The documents were primarily written by General M. C. Meigs and his family members during the 1850s up until 1890. The majority of letters are in dialogue with his children. This collection contains a number of letters regarding domestic matters between family members that stretches across three generations, and it also contains letters and documents regarding professional matters such as...
Scope and Contents This collection contains a number of thank-you letters addressed to Towson University's Veterans Services and their former Coordinator, Patrick Young. This collection also contains awards that reflect Towson University’s service to its veteran students. This collection contains a number of pamphlets, programs, posters, magazines, and handbooks that outline the accomplishments of Veterans Services and their staff members. Lastly, this collection contains one compact disc and an issue of the...
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters written to and from the Wheeler family and friends. The majority are correspondence between Betty and her mother, Becca Howell, while Betty lived within the United States and Europe. Some of Betty's letters are from her life before marriage. There are also some letters between Betty and extended family and friends as well as postcards from when Betty's parents took Bim to Canada. The collection also includes newspaper clippings of World War II and several...
Overview This collection which dates from 1941 to 1946 contains materials evidencing Maryland State Normal School/State Teachers College alumni activities during and after World War II. These materials include newsletters from STC to MSNS/STC alumni serving in the armed forces; individual alumni files including photographs, letters, cards, and other personal correspondence; and lists of serving alumni.
Overview Captain Harold S. Griswold served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946. His son, Harold E. Griswold, is Professor Emeritus at Towson University. This collection contains various WWII ephemera obtained by Captain Griswold while he was serving in Europe during the war. It includes books on the rise of the Nazi party, assorted periodicals, collectable cigarette cards, postcards of varying countries of origin, German medals, and artifacts believed to have come from the bunker where Hitler died.
Dates: circa 1930s-1940s
Overview Maurice Zwang was an American-Jewish soldier who served during World War Two as an amphibious truck driver. This collection contains various documentation of Zwang’s service in World War II as well as objects seized from a German infantry officer and Nazi standards removed from buildings.