World War, 1939-1945 -- Sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Audra and Joel Moss's correspondence with family, friends and Chinese students, As well as scrapbooks from world travels and other materials.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and other materials from the individual lives of Audra and Joel Moss as well as a collection of their correspondence and travel together. Much of the correspondence is with family and friends of the Moss's.
Journals, correspondence, and scrapbooks created by Audra Moss. The scrapbooks are about her life, performances, travel and other topics.
Personal papers, mission correspondence, other correspondence from family, friends, and so forth, as well as scrapbooks from the life of Joel Moss.
Contains a small series of correspondence to the Rufty family from related family members serving in World War II. Little is said in the letters about military actions, focusing instead on the well-being of the writer and events at home. Some of the letters are V-mail service communications, reprinted and sent from microfilm. The collection also includes a two-page account of a paratrooper company's involvement in the D-day invasion.