Found in 746 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes three optical discs that contain oral histories of Llewellyn A. Banks concerning his military service in the United States Army during World War II, specifically in operation Target Okinawa. Materials are dated 2006-2009.
Handwritten and signed letter on April 7, 1861 and addressed to Major Robert Anerson (1805-1871). Beauregard was the commander of the Confederate defenses of Charleston, South Carolina. His letter tells Major Anderson, United States commander at Fort Sumter, that the garrison will no longer be allowed to purchase supplies in Charleston.
Contains posters and family histories. The posters are news maps of World War II that depict the location of battles and other war related news, dated circa 1939-1945. The family histories are all on CD and cover the lives of Calvin and Jean Beecher, as well as several of their ancestors and were compiled circa 2011.
Typewritten biography of Mervyn Bennion. Mervyn was born and raised in Vernon, Utah, attended the U.S. Naval Academy, and served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. He was the Captain on board the U.S.S. West Virginiaat Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. He was killed in the attack.
Holograph application to the US Department of the Interior by Erastus Bingham regarding the pension due him as guardian of his grandson, Elijah N. Freeman Jr. Freeman's father, Elijah N. Freeman Sr., died while serving in the "Mormon Battalion" on 20 Nov. 1846 during the war with Mexico.
Brief typewritten history by Florence Lemmon Birmingham of Washington Lemmon which tells of his birth in Kentucky, his baptism, emigration west, and settlement in Millcreek, Utah. Also includes information concerning the lives of James Lemmon and his father, Robert Lemmon, and their involvement in the American Revolution. Also included is a Latter-day Saint Church family group sheet of Washington Lemmon and a letter of transfer from Mrs. Richard Lemmon.