Korean War, 1950-1953
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Typed autobiography. Kauffroth was born in 1922 and studied nursing at the LDS Hospital School of Nursing in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was stationed in Brigham City, Utah, and India during World War II. She married Sylvester Kauffroth in 1953.
Contains letters regarding international affairs papers regarding the North Atlantic Treaty, papers concerning the Korean War, and papers discussing Palestinian refugees. Also included are papers concerning Willis W. Ritter and his nomination as a federal judge, the construction of the Salt Lake Federal Building, and general correspondence from 1944-1972.
Contains letters, records, speeches, articles, maps, proposals, debates, files, and various other material related to Watkins' time as a United States senator from 1947 to 1971. Some topics include the Korean War, the authority to declare war, and international affairs. Also included are general correspondence from 1944 to 1972, which is organized alphabetically, and letters of congratulations from 1949 to 1967 which are organized alphabetically.
Transcript of an interview conducted by Jay Drake on 26 July 1985 for the Ray Hillam war project. Kelly Drake was drafted into the United States Army in 1954 (?). He went to Ft. Ord, California, for training, and he was sent to Germany where he was assigned to be a jeep driver. He trained soldiers and played war games. He thought that the United States' participation in the the Korean War was justified.
Contains stories of various members of the Nielsen family who served in the military in World War II and the Korean War. Material is dated 2006.
Subseries contains interviews and scenic and other footage relating to the military service of Latter-Day Saints in Korea. Dated approximately 2005.
Subseries contains scenic footage and interviews relating to the Saints at War Project. Dated 2005-2008.
Subseries contain interviews with Latter-Day Saint Apostles. Dated 2001-2005.