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Gary Alonzo Barranger

 Person

Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Cadwallader Letters to Debra Ely

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01372
Content Description Ten letters from Robert Cadwallader to his cousin, Debra Ely from March to June, 1967 while he served in the Vietnam conflict.

S.A. Thompson Legal Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01380
Content Description Legal papers from S. A. Thompson, Lawyer and United States Commissioner in Stuart, Virginia from 1919- 1932. Includes reports, correspondence, receipts, and other documents.

John A. Sabenski Letters

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01512
Scope and Contents Letters to Nettie about life in the army in Europe. Mentions Red Cross Christmas entertainment.

Ed Sanderbeck Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00236
Content Description Mostly envelopes of letters Ed Sanderbeck sent to his wife Fay Weekley from 1941- 1945 while he served in the United States Air Force during World War II. The envelopes have notes written to Fay, but the letters have been removed and are not with the envelopes. Notes discuss his life in the military as he was stationed in Australia, New Guinea, the Philippines, and Korea, and his unit's success at shooting down Japanese planes. Almost 350 envelopes in total, includes some Vmail and some...

Maurice Shimmiok Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01517
Scope and Contents Letter to Lewis Fraust Jr. about going to hospital corps school and the weather in Idaho.

S. M. Skiff letter to George Minard

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01648
Scope and Contents A four-page lengthy letter from Camp Suffolk, VA to his friend in Fillmore, NY. Skiff is a Union soldier and tells of his various assignments to the Divisional Quartermaster Department and as Clerk of the Brigade Commissary. Overall, Skiff is happy to serve the Union especially in order to avenge his brother's death. However, Skiff is utterly disgusted with the leadership of the Union Army, McClellan in particular, and the manner in which the war is conducted. He outlines all of his...

Smoke Signals Appointment Calendar

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Identifier: SC 01368
Content Description William and Mary first issue calendar book titled, Smoke Signals for the academic year 1953- 1954. Throughout the book are pictures of the William and Mary campus and students and various cartoons of William and Mary faculty, students, and staff. Each cartoon is signed, Vliet.

Judson V. Teague Letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00237
Content Description Collection of about 40 letters addressed to Mr. Judson V. Teague from 1926- 1950. Most of the letters are dated from 1926 to 1928, from his wife Josephine while she was in South Carolina and he worked at the Portsmouth Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. A few of the letters are from Judson to Josephine. Included with the letters are Christmas, Easter, and Valentine's cards and two cloths; one of which was hand embroidered.

Lucy A. Tucker Letter to Mary P. Mosby

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Identifier: SC 01609
Scope and Contents Two page letter expressing thanks for a brooch sent to her daughter, Cynthia, and instructions, along with money, for Mary to make hats for her boys and to buy material for corsets. Lucy also mentions her husband, Nathaniel's, teaching endeavors at William and Mary. He was teaching a law class with only 10 students per her report. Additionally, Lucy comments on the dull times in Williamsburg and her difficulty in regard to raising spirits over Zachary Taylor's election to President of the...

William Rome Letters to Said

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Identifier: SC 01388
Content Description Five letters from William M. Rome to his wife, Said from Nashville, Tennessee. Rome has traveled from New York in order to find lucrative work in Nashville. He writes about missing his wife and the comforts of home.