Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials donated by Dr. Brian Jordan. Materials in this collection are originated by the Fretz Construction Company. This collection includes detailed ledgers and supply estimates for the construction of the “Camp Huntsville” P.O.W. camp, which housed German and Japanese prisoners during World War II.
The Dana Andrews Collection is composed of 29 boxes. The collection focuses on the life, family, and acting career of Dana Andrews, as well as featuring the theater career and family of Mary Todd, Dana Andrews' wife.
Materials within the collection are mainly composed of photographs. Other materials include scrapbooks, correspondence, audiovisuals, magazines, programs, tickets, household documents, a ledger and diary, and materials about the Screen Actors Guild Inc.
This single item collection contains a manuscript written by Daniel Warren Reep during his time attending Waukesha County Technical College in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. This manuscript details Reep’s experience coming of age and serving as a Marine during World War II. This manuscript was donated by Glenn Payne.
This collection contains a manuscript left behind by Major General George W. Morgan detailing his military service.
This collection contains materials donated by Cathy Holm. Materials include newspapers and periodicals covering the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, as well as local newspapers from the 1990s.
This collection contains correspondence from a prisoner at Ship Island, Mississippi to Jefferson Davis. It also contains an article by Lee Meriwether regarding his childhood encounter with Davis.
This collection contains materials regarding Mark Beto as other military leaders. These materials include admission packets for the ROTC Hall of Fame, as well as SHSU Raven Battalion materials.