Auburn University Libraries
Ralph Brown Draughon Library
Auburn University, Alabama 36849-5606
Douglas, John A.
Includes photographs, letters, a sound recording, slide rules, instructions, yearbook, 1917 class history, and miscellaneous items.
Gayle, Gordon D.
Contains drafts of Gayle's history of the Peleliu campaign that reach conclusions different from those in the official published history.
Hart, Franklin A.
The collection contains military papers such as correspondence, orders, appointments, citations, commendations, promotions, maps of stations, and documentation on Operation Flintlock and the Pacific Theater during World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Manning, William N.
Photographs taken at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, now Auburn University, during World War II. They include groups of naval trainees, encampment scenes, high school groups, and University buildings, cottages, and grounds.
Meigs, Harry K.
Primarily correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and official documents relating to his wartime service. The collection also contains a ship's organization manual for USS Pablo, Japanese propaganda materials, and miscellaneous items.
The collection includes of an eyewitness account of the shipwreck, postcards of the ship and crew, and an announcement of a crossing-the-line ceremony.
A letter requesting that Secretary of the Navy Dickerson appoint Joseph M. McAffry as a midshipman.
Persons, Henry S.
Consists of military and civilian citations and medals, correspondence, photographs, Persons' identification card as a member of the UN Armistice team in Korea.
Sledge, Eugene B.
Sledge's notes on Pelileiu and Okinawa and portions of the outline for his book, correspondence from Sledge to his parents dated 1944-1945, and correspondence, 1944-1996, from veterans, military scholars, and fans.
Smith, Holland M.
The collection contains biographical and personal material related to Smith's college days and his Marine service, news articles, notices of awards and promotions, and personal and official correspondence.
Stewart, Joseph L.
The collection documents Stewart's career as a Marine. Includes military and non-military correspondence; action reports, particularly from the Korean War era; diaries covering action from 1943-1944 and 1950-1951; and photographs.
Stohrer, Andrew W.
Papers consist of various official and personal documents and 255 letters Stohrer wrote to his wife and family from Quantico, Virginia and the Pacific Theater.
Taggart, Donald R.
Contains letters from Taggart to his family describing his life in the service and duty stations during the final year of World War II.
The collection includes biographical information on Commodore John Herbert Dent, who served on USS Constitution; correspondence and biographical information of Charles Iverson Graves, an 1857 U.S. Naval Academy graduate and officer in the Confederate Navy; and information on various other family members and the family farm.
9 May 2002