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World War, 1939-1945

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

Secretaries in the 1940s oral history collection

Identifier: OH SEC

This oral history collection contains interviews with ten women, between 1992-1994, who worked as secretaries in the 1940s. Their places of work included the Social Security Administration, law firms, the National Art Gallery, high schools, and hospitals, among others. The narrators discuss work and life during World War II, as well as what it was like to be a woman working in male-dominated professions.

Dates: 1992 September 8- 1994 March 2

Shriver-Foster family papers

Identifier: MS 2828
Abstract This collection contains correspondence, legal documents and business papers, travel itineries, and family memorabilia of the Shriver-Foster family. George M. Shriver and his son Charles Shriver worked for the B & O Railroad Company. Other family members served in the army and the navy during World War I and World War II and during the 1950s. The Shriver-Foster family lived in Baltimore City and in Garrison Forest. The collection also includes family information concerning schooling,...
Dates: 1764-1980

"The Salute" scrapbooks

Identifier: MS 2419

"The Salute" is a humorous newsletter for Baltimore friends in the Armed Forces, stationed more than 50 miles from Baltimore, published every two weeks. Each book contains numerous letters to the editor by its readers, during WWII.

Dates: 1942 - 1948

Towson State Scarpaci oral history collection

Identifier: OH TSS

The Towson State Scarpaci oral history collection consists of 16 interviews with Italian Americans or Italian immigrants from Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood, circa 1979-1980.

Dates: 1973 May 5-1980 July 23

Treva Walkling collection

Identifier: MS 2979

This collection consists of the diaries, photographs, correspondence, financial records, address books, and ephemera belonging to Treva Walkling (1909-1997), a Baltimore career woman.

Dates: 1893-1998

Walter J. Feuchter papers

Identifier: MS 3251

The Walter J. Feuchter papers contain correspondence, photographs, and ephemera collected by Walter J. Feuchter and his mother, Margaret A. Feuchter. The bulk of the collection consists of letters written by Walter while he was in Army training in Camp Wheeler, Georgia, 1942-1943.

Dates: 1913 - 1951

Winn-Johnson letters

Identifier: MS 3249

This collection contains letters and telegrams, primarily from Adrienne Winn Johnson of Baltimore,Maryland, to Clarence Johnson, 1937-1945.

Dates: 1937 November 26-1945 May 21