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Box 9

9/1 WWII, The Way It Was (#1) - article in paper: Yank Soldier is Next to King in Australia…, 1995
9/2 WWII, The Way It Was (#2, #3, [old box 15]) - articles in paper: Soldiers Found All Not…, 1945, 1995
9/3 WWII, The Way It Was (#4) - article in paper: Advancing on Istia Gives GIs A Queasy Feeling…, 1995
9/4 WWII, The Way It Was (#5, #6) - articles in paper: Ice Cream Was Special Treat in China…, 1995
9/5 WWII, The Way It Was (#7, #8, & #9) - articles in paper: Photographer Fell Between Ships…, 1995
9/6 WWII, The Way It Was (#7A, #8A & #9A) - article drafts: Photographer Fell Between Ships…, 1945-1995
9/7 WWII, The Way It Was (#10, #11 & #12) - articles in paper: Pipeline Built During Height of…, 1995
9/8 WWII, The Way It Was (#10A, #11A & #12A) - map, prints, photos, 1995
9/9 WWII, The Way It Was (#13) - article in paper: Divine Wind Blows Death and Destruction…, 1995
9/10 WWII, The Way It Was (#14) - article in paper: PT Men Had Opportunity To Serve in Exotic Places, 1995
9/11 WWII, The Way It Was (#15) - Servicemen Made Mark in Battle, Music and Arts, prints, 1995
9/12 WWII, The Way It Was (#16) - article in paper: 'I Go, And If I Perish, I Perish: Army Nurses, 1995
9/13 WWII, The Way It Was (#17 & #18) - articles in paper: Octopus Harassed G.I. Diver…, 1995
9/14 WWII, The Way It Was (#19) - article in paper: Sloulins Are First To Lose Two Sons in World War II…, 1995
9/15 WWII, The Way It Was (#19 update) - newspaper clippings, speech (undated), 1954, 1983, 1995
9/16 WWII, The Way It Was (#20, #21) - articles in paper: Capt. Ray Check - The Most Popular…, 1940s-1995
9/17 WWII, The Way It Was (#22) - article in paper: The Olson Brothers Died Heroes, draft article, 1942-1995
9/18 WWII, The Way It Was (#23) - article in paper: Seabrooks Lost Two Sons in War, correspondence, 1945, 1995
9/19 WWII, The Way It Was (#24) - article in paper: Victory In Okinawa Cost 48,000 Lives, article, 1995
9/20 WWII, The Way It Was (#24 cant.) - articles in paper: Local Men Part of Victory In Okinawa, 1945
9/21 WWII, The Way It Was (#25 &#26) - article in paper: Okinawa Claims Area Men, map, correspondence, 1945, 1995
9/22 WWII, The Way It Was (research material) - (copy of) Carrier Air Group Six: A WWII History
9/23 WWII, The Way It Was (#28 - 31) - article in paper: Smestad's Plane Damaged Beyond Repair, 1995
9/24 WWII, The Way It Was (#32) - article in paper: Williston celebrates Japanese Surrender, 1995
9/25 WWII. The Way It Was (#33 & #34) - articles in paper: WWII Ended With Cheers, 1945, 1995
9/26 WWII, The Way It Was (#36) - article in paper: Japanese Home Island Hit Hard. article draft, 1995
9/27 WWII, The Way It Was (#37) - article in paper: Japanese Surrender - Emotional, Dramatic…, 1995
9/28 WWII, The Way It Was (#39 & #40) - articles in paper: U.S. Troops Begin Occupation…, 1945, 1995
9/29 WWII, The Way It Was (#41) - article in paper: Epping's Geert Survived POW Ordeal, 1995
9/30 WWII, The Way It Was (#42, #43 & #44) - articles in paper: Lt. Ed Hagan Saw Extensive Fighting…, 1995
9/31 WWII. The Way It Was (#44 & #45) - articles in paper: Hare Saw Extensive Action…, 1945, 1995
9/32 WWII, The Way It Was (#47 & #48) - articles in paper: Ghosts Haunt Hills of Burma…, 1995
9/33 WWII, The Way It Was (#49 & #50) - articles in paper: Japanese Effort To Bomb US…, 1995
9/34 Elks Club, history (old box 46 - green cabinet box 2 of 11) - articles, article drafts, newspaper clippings, 1915

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