Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Material contains a brief biography about Alma Lehi Keiser regarding his service in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1944-1945. Includes in fd. one: typescript memoir; fd. two: photographs of Keiser serving in France during World War II; fd. three: currency including one German "Rentenmark" note, one French twenty Franc note; fd. four: militaria including World War II pins, badges, ribbons, and medals. Dated 1939-1945, approximately 2001.
Contains pins, ribbons and medals from various competitions, events, and organizations. Prominent are pins from National track competitions, medals from the Inter-Allied Games in Paris, Boy Scout badges and pins, and Army pins, buttons, and medals of decoration and rank.
Contains trophies and medals won by Clinton Larson in various athletic competitions throughout his athletic career, the majority of them in the running high jump events, and ribbons, pins, and medals awarded Clinton Larson by the United States Army and the Boy Scouts of America.
File contains materials relating to Don Arlo Taylor's service in the U.S. Navy during World War II and his personal history. Materials contain a short account of how Taylor received a bronze star, a citation for heroic efforts and pictures of the award ceremony, several newspaper clippings about himself, and his Certificate of Discharge were all included. Also includes the bronze star medal, dated 1943, in a case with accompanying photograph. Dated 1942 to 1945 and 1997 to 2001.
Papers are from the lives of Emmeline B. Wells and Annie Wells Cannon. They include short biographies, a pedigree chart, and a medal of service. Materials dated 1877 to 1963.
Materials include a vehicle permit from the U.S. Army and a prayer book. Also contains the discharge papers and certificates of Harry Bullock along with a brief personal history of Bullock's experiences during and after World War II. Also contains a military uniform hat and victory, occupation, and campaign medals. Dated 1942-1947.