World War, 1939-1945
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Janet Gaylord Atkins collection
American National Red Cross certificates, World War II rationing cards, and National Grange certificates of 25 and 50 years of membership and related documents.
Babbitt family papers
One folder of correspondence regarding World War II victory loan campaigns in Litchfield, Conn.
Charles Raymond Ganung papers
The papers of Waterbury banker Charles Raymond Ganung (1897-1965) consist of membership cards, Selective Service cards and documents, World War II ration documents, his U.S. Army World War I honorable discharge, letters of introduction, ephemera, biographical information, and news clippings.
Guion family papers
Ann McGurk collection
Marshall Field & Company department store advertising pamphlet, circa 1920; three World War II ration books; three illustrated pages (may have been part of a book); newspaper clipping, "Butler Announces Lindy's Baby Dead"; five unidentified (non-family) daguerreotypes; twenty slides marked "Cambridge, OH small town parade with many old cars, vintage gas station & motel."
Ruth Schele collection
Research files relating to the history of Litchfield, Bantam, The Cotton Mill (Neville & Co.), and other local topics; transcriptions of articles from the Litchfield Enquirer; Ethel Marvin Cox's collection of Litchfield school materials; documents related to World War II rationing and Selective Service; photographs related to the Wadsworth family; and other materials.
An inventory of the papers is available.