Berlin (Germany) -- History -- Blockade, 1948-1949
Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
Letters, emails, and cards related to Gail S. Halvorsen's life after he retired from the military. Contains letters relating to his job at Brigham Young University in Utah and letters and pictures from fans around the world. Contains letters and emails for various events and school visits that Gail participated in since his retirement from the military. Dated 1977-2017.
Letters written to Gail Halvorsen from children, including individual children, children from various schools and churches, and children from the Berlin Airlift. Letters are regarding his time as the Candy Bomber and/or his visits to schools and contains children's drawings in marker, crayon, and pencil. Materials dated 1948-2017.
Papers, awards, video and audio recordings, and memorabilia collected by Gail S. Halvorsen during his lifetime. Includes materials from the Berlin Airlift, his Air Force career, and from his later retirement and missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dated 1920-2018.
Materials from the Berlin Airlift in Berlin, Germany, including posters, maps, military information sheets, newspaper clippings, and handkerchief parachutes used to drop candy to children. Also includes audio recordings of interviews with Gail S. Halvorsen and his own video footage of postwar Berlin. Dated 1948-1950.
Papers, including ephemera, posters, transcripts, official documents, newspapers, newsletters, artifacts, magazines, articles, and press releases, all relating to the Berlin Airlift and Gail S. Halvorsen's time as the Candy Bomber. Dated 1948-1949.
Letters, emails, and invitations relating to Gail S. Halvorsen's personal and family life while living in Utah. Dated 1943-1948, 1970-2016.
Contains biographical material, talks, school records, newspapers and other papers relating to Gail S. Halvorsen's personal and family life. Dated 1920-2016.
Contains films and photographs relating to the personal and family life of Gail S. Halvorsen, largely of family vacations. Dated 1926-2017.