Album contains 106 black-and-white and color photographs mounted in a black-leaf photograph album. The images depict soldiers at work and enjoying recreational time. Many photographs depict both white and African American soldiers together.
As economist and professor of economics, Arthur Bloomfield focused his research on international banking, evaluating foreign aid programs, etc. The Research Files Series contains research notes associated with various overseas assignments and trips.
Over the period 1949-1984, Bloomfield made numerous trips to developing countries as a consultant, in some cases helping to establish the Central Bank (e.g. South Korea), or in other cases evaluating foreign aid programs to those areas (e.g. Indochina). Includes memoranda Prepared for U.N. Civil Assistance Command, Korea and U.N. Reconstruction Agency, 1951 Dec.-1952 Mar. (Pusan, Korea), and notes on two Trips to S. Korea, 1949-1950, 1951-1952.
Includes the Sino-Japanese war beginning in 1941, his time in the Philippines and the battle for Manila, his coverage of the Allies in France and Italy during the liberation of Europe, and his travels with General Douglas MacArthur during MacArthur's return to the Philippines and the subsequent surrender of the Japanesa 1948, the Fukui earthquake in Japan, Japanese war crime trubunals, and the Korean War in 1950 and 1951.
This collection consists of 48 cards printed by the Philadelphia-based Bowman Gum Company in 1951. Illustrates the anti-Communist viewpoint of Americans in the 1950's. Includes the world-wide struggle against Communism, focusing primarily on the Korean War.
They were released by the company at the height of the Cold War to instruct children on the difference between an American way of life and what was believed to be the Communist way of life.The cartoons depictions are bright and graphic often of conflict, military figures, consequences of atomic warfare and slave labor. Language, heavy in propaganda, is simple and straightforward so that children can comprehend the horrors of a Communist government invading easily.
Frank Clune, travel writer and historian, spent a brief period in Korea in 1950 as an accredited United Nations correspondent. He returned to Australia with the cremated remains of Ian Morrison to hand them to his family. Ian, son of famous journalist George Morrison, was working as a correspondent in Korea when he was killed.
Sixteen posters extoll the achievements of the Turkish Armed Forces command or Turkish Brigade in the Korean War between November 1950 and July 1953 (from "Turkish political posters collection, 1943-1978 and undated")
This collection consists with two Spanish albums with 189 photo cards. Captions describe each photo in Spanish, depicting scenes of the United States involvement in the Korean War, including battles, military personnel, machinery, and prisoners of war.
Dean of Howard University School of Communications, 1975-1985; Collection includes his student work from Barrow's youth and his studies at Morehouse College, as well as materials from his service in the 24th Infantry Regiment during the Korean War.
The Korean War material, dated 1950-1951, includes press releases, written by Barrow, regarding various battles and army movements. Also included is correspondence to his mother, Wilhelmina Barrow, discussing his activities, as well as his struggles with payment and segregation in the U.S. Army.
A hand-made photograph album by US Army Chaplain Morris C. McEldowney, dated 1954-1955. The album contains 190 photographs, and most of the black-and-white gelatin silver photographs are candid snapshots of the local people, shrines, public buildings, and marketplaces in and around Seoul.
McEldowney also carefully recorded notes in ink on what he was seeing, providing both historical and personal commentary in the margins of most of the pictures. 12 pages document the Korean War, 1950-1954, showing 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division camps, soldiers, other officers, tanks and jeeps, winter camps, battlefields, corpses, local inhabitants, and a "Retreat" review and parade in 1954. Locations named in captions include Chinampo (Nampo), Taejon (Daejeon), and Sinanju.
Contains audiotapes and transcript of an oral history interview recorded on cassette tapes. Major subjects in this interview include McCullough's training in the V-12 military program, his naval training, and his service in Korea.
Pedro Tobal Serda letter to Santiago Imbernon in Lleida, Spain, written on 1950 July 6. Includes envelope featuring a color illustration of a Spanish soldier seated in a battlefield holding a letter while a Korean bomb explodes overhead.
Thurgood Marshall's revealing Report on Korea sharply underscores the need for immediate elimination of segregation from the United States Army and for the full implementation of the President's executive order of July 26, 1948 on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Forces.
This photograph album documents the military career of Richard E. Senker, officer in the U.S. Army. Its 83 pages feature approximately 140 black-and-white mounted photographs ranging in size from 2x3 inches to 8x10 inches, as well as some clippings, postcards, and memorabilia of military service. Many of the photographs are well-captioned.
The Eichelberger Papers span the period 1728 to 1998, with the bulk of the collection dating between 1942 and 1949. The papers contain diaries, correspondence, military papers, writings and speeches, pictures, scrapbooks, printed material, clippings, memorabilia, and audiovisual material chiefly relating to Eichelberger's military career including the monthly military summaries in Korea during the post-war period when he commanded all ground occupation troops in Japan (1945-1948).
Collection comprises an Army operations journal for almost 5 months of the Korean War, containing entries 1 through 694 dating from 1950 September 7-1951 January 25. The name of the soldier who recorded the information is unknown. While the majority of the troop's time was spent in South Korea, there are also records of missions carried out in North Korea.
He is also a senior scholar of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and director of the Century Foundation's Program on the United States and the Future of Korea. He has specialized in South Asia and East Asia for fifty years as a journalist and scholar, including as a South Asia correspondent of the Associated Press. Selig Harrison became one of the first Americans to visit North Korea since the Korean War and to interview Kim Il Sung in 1972. Harrison's papers are divided into three subseries: Geographic (the largest section), Nuclear and Energy, and Professional. Additional materials from Selig Harrison can be found in the Audiovisual Materials Series.
Edward James Parrish papers, 1888-1926 and undated
The papers of Edward James Parrish primarily consist of business and personal papers and correspondence (chiefly 1900-1921) of Parrish and of his wife, Rosa Bryan Parrish. Items include a notebook on tobacco trade in China and Japan (1894-1900), letter books (1900-1904), and a scrapbook created by their only daughter Lily Parrish.included are photographs and postcards of the Parrish's travels in Japan, Korea, and China.
Isaac Leroy Shaver Papers, 1893-1982
Isaac Leroy Shaver (1893-1984) was a Methodist clergyman and missionary to Japan from the 1920s to the 1960s. He spent almost a year in Korea in the late 1930s. The collection includes sermons, correspondence, photographs, printed material and published works related to Shaver's missionary work in Japan and Idaho. The material ranges in date from 1893-1982
William Hillman Shockley Photographs, 1897-1922 Collection contains over 2200 black-and-white photographs taken by W.H. (William Hillman) Shockley during his world travels as a mining engineer between the years 1896 to 1909. Locations include China (including Manchuria); Korea; India; Japan; Australia; and Russia (including Siberia); London; Washington, D.C.; and San Francisco; as well as several other south Asian locations.
Missionary photograph album from Seoul, Korea, 1921.
Assembled around 1921 by an unidentified female missionary located in Seoul, Korea, this album features 18 gelatin silver photographs including a small group of Westerners ("our family"), a group of Korean kindergarten children at play, exterior and interior shots of the missionary house "at the Seminary," the "old seminary building," and images of Seoul, including a street scene, Korean citizens, and the White Buddha.
Hall family papers, 1869-1965.
The Hall family was originally from Wilmington (New Hanover County), N.C. Mimeographed copies of letters (1949-1965) sent to the Hall family of Wilmington, N.C., by the Missionary Correspondence Dept. of the Board of World Missions from Presbyterian missionaries in Africa, Brazil, China, Ecuador, Formosa, Japan, Korea, and Mexico.