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Nat and Bucky Hughes collection of Chattanooga research notes, photographs, and publications

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-086
Scope and Contents This collection of Chattanooga research notes, photographs, and publications includes research notes, photographs, pamphlets, books, and articles collected by Chattanooga, Tennessee historian Nathaniel C. Hughes. Materials in the collection range from 1861 to 1945 and primarily focus on United States military history.

Thomas R. Jones, Sr. papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-075
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence between United States Army Private First Class (PFC) Thomas R. Jones and his wife, Mary Mildred Jones, regarding his military training service in during World War II in the Southeastern United States and from 1943 to 1945. Information concerning PFC Jones’ location and details about the war was censored at the time by the United States Army. He primarily writes about the weather and food in addition to inquiring about his family's wellbeing.

Herman Lamb photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-134
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographic prints and negatives depicting Chattanooga, Tennessee ranging from the 1920s to the 1970s, including photographs of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to Chattanooga, in 1940. Subjects depicted also include scenes from Lookout and Signal Mountains, views of downtown Chattanooga, and images of a variety of buildings, people, and events.

Jeanne Monefeldt and Mary Paroissin correspondence and photographs

 Collection — Box: MS-051 001
Identifier: MS-051
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters, postcards, and photographs regarding the lives of the pen pals ranging from 1924 to 1985. The letters, which were regularly written mostly in French by the pen pals until Jeanne's death in 1985, document several major historic events and people, including Charles Lindbergh's visit to France and World War II. Additionally, the correspondence captures the daily lives of two women living in the 20th century.

Raoul Family correspondence and photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-082
Scope and Contents This collection encompass three generations of Southern families. Centered on Gaston and Marion Haskell Raoul, and later William and Louisa “Kit” Cheves Popham Raoul, the collection also features many other members of the Raoul, Haskell and Popham families. Family correspondence covers more that 100 years, beginning in 1889 with letters to and from the Haskell family and in 1901 with letters by the Raoul family, the correspondences feature world events such as wars and elections down to daily...

Leroy M. Sullivan diaries, correspondence, and clippings

 Collection — Box: MS-040 001
Identifier: MS-040
Scope and Contents This collection contains three journals and sixteen letters authored by Leroy M. Sullivan, a Flight Lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Air Force, during World War II from 1941 to 1943, when Sullivan was killed in action.

Mary Summers collection of The Olympic Games books

 Collection — Box: MS-041 001
Identifier: MS-041
Scope and Contents This collection of The Olympic Games books includes two volumes of The Olympic Games published in 1932 and 1936 and a copy of Germany Awakens: Birth, Struggle, and Triumph of the NSDAP.

Taliaferro Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: CHC-1983-005
Scope and Contents This collection contains papers, photographs, scrapbooks, and other material belonging to Huber Jr. (Hugo) Taliaferro, an American captured at the Battle of the Bulge in 1944 regarding his life, his military service and the Taliaferro family. The collection contains papers and photographs from 1838 September 16 to 1979 May 9.

United States Department of War maps

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-017
Scope and Contents This collection contains maps of Italy and Austria created by the United States Department of War during World War II.