World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, American
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Papers of a Spartanburg, South Carolina native relating primarily to his service in the 117th Engineer Regiment, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Force during World War I. Includes originals and transcriptions of letters from Burnett to his family and his diary (1917-1919); letters to Burnett from French and English friends (1919, ca. 1940-1946); and material about camps Wadsworth and Croft, army posts near Spartanburg.
Overview Personal, family, and professional papers of one of Charlotte's first psychologists, who established the Psychological Service Center in 1946. Includes correspondence, financial and legal records, speeches, notes, copies of his newspaper columns and other writings, transcriptions of radio broadcasts, and photographs. Also contains unpublished stories for children written by his wife, Erma Ramsburg Hoke, and material about the family home at 1717 Cleveland Avenue, a local historic landmark...
Dates: 1848, 1904-1992; Majority of material found within 1946 - 1991
Overview Letters from soldiers to Bleeka Ritch during World War I and letters to Helen Johnston from soldiers during World War II. Includes financial accounts, deeds, and a piece of canvas from a WW I German airplane.
Dates: 1878 - 1952
Overview Papers of Kenneth Wilson Whitsett and family - Whitsett was a Charlotte historian, artist, and co-founder of Pictorial Engraving Co. In 1934 Kenneth and two of his brothers, Lemuel and Theron, established the Pictorial Engraving Company. He painted murals for the Charlotte City Club and the Orange County Historical Museum in Hillsborough. He was one of the original members of the board of directors for the Mint Museum of Art (1934-1938).
Dates: 1824 - 1975