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Gary Alonzo Barranger

 Person

Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:

African American Postcards

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01369
Content Description Seven postcards circa 1910 which feature African Americans picking cotton, posing for a photo, and caricatures of racists stereotypical notions about African Americans during that time.

Marjorie Carlisle Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01490
Scope and Contents Letter to Louise Withelm asking her to please write back even if she is busy at college and detailing Marjorie's mental breakdown while at school and her sicknesses upon returning home.

Carol Cutting Letters to James Richey

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01398
Content Description Series of letters from Carol Cutting in Cleveland, Ohio to her fiance, James Richey who is attending Basic Boot Camp at the time of the correspondence in June and July of 1952. In her letters, Carol describes missing him and writes often of how excited she is of their upcoming wedding.

Clarkson A. Collins Letters

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01486
Scope and Contents Letters to his mother and father about family, health, and politics. He mentions being in law school, his father's upcoming dental procedures and dentures, state politics and the upcoming election, a widow taking in boarders, and the Hell Gate explosion in New York.

Dale to Nancy Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01509
Scope and Contents Letter about sending a romantic card and a promise to send a "real small little box" soon.

Dan to Dottie Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01495
Scope and Contents Letter mentions Dan being sick with grippe and sending a picture of himself that Dottie had asked for.

D.C. Russell Letters

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01409
Content Description Two letters from D.C. Russell, a lawyer from Albany, New York who is visiting Houston, Texas to his wife, Hattie. In the second letter, Russell reports that he fell ill and was cared for by a very kind black nurse who claimed she was once a slave owned by President Monroe. He reported that he was able to make a full recovery due to the attentiveness of this woman but that her care and the business dealings with others cost him a great deal of money.

Dorothy Silbiger Letters to Richard Silbiger

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01411
Content Description Collection of letters from Dorothy to her husband, Richard, a Reservist in the Army during World War II. He was stationed with the 59th Training Group in Squadron 598 V at Keesler Field, Mississippi.

Dowdy Family Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00117
Content Description Collection of letters to and from the Dowdy family from 1944-69. Daniel and Gladys Dowdy were residents of Eggleston, VA. Their letters to each other, written in 1944-45, discuss their life together, their plans for after the war, and their romance in explicit detail. Also includes letters from 1961-62 from the Dowdy children's German penpal, and letters from 1969 as son Harold began basic training in the US Army.

Eddie to Lottie Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01501
Scope and Contents Letter about how he misses her and mentioning life in Burma.