World War, 1939-1945
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes correspondence, directories, financial records, governing documents, handbooks, manuals, minutes, membership records, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, programs, reports, scrapbooks and other material created and collected by the American Legion Delaware Post 19 in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1919 to 1978 regarding the activities, administration, history, initiatives, and meetings of the local, state, and national branches of the American Legion.
This collection contains the diary of Delight Bobilya (Wier) kept from August 31 1940-August 30, 1945 during which time she was an undergrad at Ball State University. The diary details information about her life, relationships, and the effect of World War II on student life. Three versions of the diary are kept in the collection including the original, and a typed and bound version transcription created by Delight's daughter, Rebecca Wier Lock, in both physical and digital versions.
This collection includes original and copies of Nazi publications, manuscript materials related to Josef Mengele, the Katyn Massacre and general Nazi history, currency, Nazi pins, and photographs realted to Germany, Nazi soldiers and Italian Renaissance artwork.
This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, notes, student field trip reports, photographic materials, blueprints, and other materials from Edward Zetterberg and his family in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1918 to 2004 regarding Zetterberg's teaching career, his service during World War I and World War II, and Zetterberg's personal interests.
This collection contains newspaper clippings and publications, as well as handwritten notes, collected by local area resident Patricia Taylor, relating to events, people and activities in east central Indiana, Ball State University, wars, history and presidents.
See also PSC 243 for photographs.
This collection includes faculty files, course files, department files, CAA-WTS files, and subject files from Ralph W. Noyer, dean of the Ball State Teachers College in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1928 to 1959 regarding Dr. Noyer's administration at Ball State.
This collection includes a scrapbook compiled by Ralph Whitinger featuring news clippings describing the local efforts of the Delaware County United War and Community Fund campaign in the immediate aftermath of World War II. Ralph Whitinger served as the chairman of the campaign where his respected standing with the local business community and strong background in finance to boost the campaigns donation efforts.
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).
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.
This collection includes scrapbooks from Sharley B. DeMotte, founder and director of the Ball State Teachers College News Bureau. The scrapbooks were compiled in Muncie, Indiana and range from 1925 to 1954 covering subjects such as academics, student activities, World War II, and the Student Army Training Corps.
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.
This collection consists of government publications published during WWII by the United States Office of Civil Defense. They are broken down into the following topic categories: blackouts/air raids, civilian defense, communities/housing, construction, education, food, emergency services, medical service, industrial plants/public buildings, transportation services, veteran information and volunteer information. Additionally, there is a sheet with popular WWII song lyrics.