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Identifier: R-MC 077


The collections consists of memoirs, Army Specialized Training Program course materials and Intelligence and Education materials concerning Alexander Gordeuk's service in the US Army during World War II.

Identifier: R-MC 083

Abstract: The Ardath W. Burks Papers are those maintained and created by Ardath W. Burks, Rutgers University administrator and Professor of Asian Studies. The papers contain material relating to both Burks's personal and public activities. Personal activities relate to his family and home life. His relationship with Japan, manifested in many ways, dominates his public activities; Burks's education, military service, promotion of positive relationships between Japan and the United States, and his...
Identifier: R-MC 034


Carleton C. Dilatush graduated from Rutgers College in 1940. The papers in this collection reflect his active participation in Rutgers life and activities as both a student and an alumnus. Other documents and photos pertain to his World War II experiences and his employment with the Armstrong Cork Company. This collection includes correspondence, certificates, photographs, and artifacts.

Identifier: R-MC 075

Abstract: This collection consists of documents pertaining to Crandon F. Clark's studies at the Biarritz American University (BAU), an institution established by the US Army for the education of GIs during the occupation of Europe, in the Fall-Winter of 1945. The majority of items in this collection are newspapers or newspaper clippings, primarily US Army or BAU publications. Other items include course materials, a press release, a map of Biarritz, the BAU yearbook and commencement program, a 1998...
Identifier: R-MC 076

Abstract: The Papers of Douglas L. McCabe encompass his experiences as a US Army officer in World War II, from his days at Rutgers University in the ROTC and ASTP to his service at the Port of Manila as a pier officer and Chief of the port Checker Section. The collection includes orders and reports from his service at the Port of Manila, which deal with logistical issues and theft from the docks, eight copies of the Daily Pacifican , a newspaper published by the US...
Identifier: R-MC 137

Abstract: A student at Rutgers University in 1940, Franklyn Johnson was involved in myriad organizations and groups on campus in addition to becoming a captain in the Rutgers ROTC in 1942. Shortly after completing his training, Johnson joined the famed Big Red One 1st Infantry Division overseas where he saw combat in Algeria, Tunisia, and Sicily before landing with the first wave on Omaha Beach in the invasion of Normandy. Eventually being wounded and captured behind enemy lines, Johnsons spent...
Identifier: R-MC 138


A veteran of 9th Infantry Division, Harold M. Bruskin fought and worked as a radio operator throughout the European, African, and Middle Eastern theaters until he was injured on the Normandy front on July 25, 1944. Bruskin was ultimately awarded a Silver Star, a Bronze Star, a Purple Heart, and a European-African-Middle Eastern (EAME) medal for his service. This collection consists of a large scrapbook featuring correspondence, photographs, clippings, paper money, and ephemera.

Identifier: R-MC-036

Scope and Content: This collection is composed of Herbert Bilus’s letters to his parents and his sister Shirley and brother-in-law Ed Neuman during his service in World War II. There is one box in the collection containing four folders which cover, respectively, 1942 to September 1943, October 1943 to December 1943, January 1944 to May 1944, and June 1944 to October 1944. The letters are written on regular stationary, as well as on V-mail. His letters mostly contain reassurances to his family and comments on...
Identifier: R-MC 085


The papers of Michael Kimack, spanning from 1939 to 1958, primarily encompass Kimack's service in the United States Navy during the Second World War. The collection also touches upon Kimack's time as a student at the University of Newark, and career in the Erie Railroad claims office.

Identifier: R-MC 066

Abstract: Papers of Pamela Spence Richards, Professor of Library Studies at Rutgers University from 1977 until her death in 1999. The collection consists of publications, reports, reprints of published materials, and correspondence. The papers also document Pamela Richards' service to Rutgers University as chair of the Library and Information Science (LIS) Search Committee, the LIS Scholarship Committee, the LIS Budget Committee and the Curriculum Committee. Works and papers in the collection...