World War, 1939-1945
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook contains photographs of Potter’s activities during World War II. There are 44 pages of photographs from England, France, Belgium and Germany. Most of the images show people in uniform; the hospitals in which he served; activities around the hospital as well as military equipment such as tanks, V1 bombs, bomb damage, etc.
This collection contains 27 images taken by John Quale's father in 1945 of the liberation of the concentration camp at Nordhausen and of Germany at the end of World War II. 8 are original photographs and are of the concentration camp at Dora-Mittelbau at Nordhausen. The remaining 19 images are copies depicting the concentration camp at Nordhausen.
This collection mostly contains correspondence as well as personal and military papers of Fr. Gallagher. Additionally, there are a few photographs of friends and family. Of particular note are materials pertaining to his service as Navy Chaplain during World War II. In addition to correspondence, there are photographic negatives of a mass he conducted on a beach in the Pacific. The materials in the collection date from 1898 to 1964 with the majority dating from 1940 to 1964.
This collection contains correspondence, personal material, citations, awards, other manuscript material, newspaper clippings and obituaries. There are books, magazine articles and booklets about O’Callahan and the manuscript for I Was Chaplain on the Franklin. Memorabilia includes O’Callahan’s Medal of Honor, plaques and material related to the USS O’Callahan.