Title: Raymond G. Harens Papers
Collection Number: MSS 11007
Quantity: .5 foot
Abstract: Consists of a photograph of Mr. Harens in his WWII uniform, newspaper clippings collected during World War Two and while a member of the 35th Infantry Division, unit newsletters, NDAC Alumni Review, news clippings concerning North Dakota men and women serving in the military or Red Cross during World War II, correspondence, Army papers, ephemera and publications, and organizational material. This material was transferred to the Archives from the Museum Division in June 2010, donated by RaeAnn Levey in May 2010.
Provenance: This collection was delivered by RaeAnn Levey, daughter of Raymond Harens, in June 2008. Additional material that Ms. Levey donated to the Museums Division in May 2010 was transferred to the Archives (June 2010). This finding aid was created by Emily E. Schultz in June 2010.
Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number,
and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and
Transfer: A number of World War II items were transferred to the Museum Division from the original 2008 donation. Please see the collection case file for a specific listing of items that were donated and transferred.
1 Correspondence (WWII and miscellaneous), 1938-1942
2 Army papers, 1941-1945
3 WWII and Army publications, ca. 1941-1945
4 News clippings about North Dakota service men and women, 1944-1945
5 Comic strips, 1944-1945
6 Miscellaneous Articles, 1944-1945
7 North Dakota Agricultural College (NDAC) Alumni Review, January 1944, 1945
8 Organizational material, 1942-1951
9 Photograph of Raymond G. Harens in Army uniform, ca. 1942-1945
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