Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Reenactors collection
This collection includes newsletters of the 19th Ind. Co. A, The Swamphog Gazette, from 1999 to 2003, as well as a civilian newsletter titled Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts, for those associated with the group who do not portray soldiers, from 1997-1999, and a handbook for reenactors.
Charles Andrews military records and memoir
This collection includes Charles Andrews' Military Record and Report of Separation (1947) and chapter 4 of his memoir, entitled "Combat: Our First Combat Missions".
Charles Dyas diary
This collection includes the photocopied diary of Charles Dyas from 1944. It details the flights missions that he participated in across Europe during World War II.
H. Earl Browning family papers and photographs
This collection includes the papers, photographs and negatives from the H. Earl Browning family in Muncie, IN ranging from 1920 to 1976 regarding family correspondence, war records, financial records, personal documents, photographs and negatives.
Harold Anthony Niner family papers
This collection includes photocopies Harold Anthony Niner's military records, newspaper clippings, and photographs related to his time serving in the 347th Bombardment Squadron, 99th Bombardment Group (H) of the Army Air Force.
Martin D. Schwartz papers
Richard Dzwigalski papers
This collection includes photocopies of cards, cartoons, certificates, photographs and the military records of Richard Dzwigalski, member of the 376th Heavy Bombardment Group, during World War II (1944-1945).
Richard W. Ulbrich papers and photographs
This collection includes military documents from 1939 to 1989. It also contains engineering projects, correspondence, original literature, newspaper clippings, general World War II documents, books on the history of the 376th Bombardment Group and military photographs.
William G. Dunn flight navigation logs
This collection includes flight navigation logs from William G. Dunn during World War II from August 1944 to February 1945. Dunn was the navigator for 89 missions to Hungary, Yugoslavia, Austria, and Italy.