Manuscript Resources for 20th Century Wars

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Anderson, John Q., Papers, 1848-1993 (bulk 1953-1973). 7.5 linear ft., 5 v. Location: X:119-125, OS:A, P:17. John Q. Anderson was a professor of English and a writer of Southern history and folklore. This collections of files, correspondence, printed material, and photographs reflect Anderson's career, current events; and they provide research material for his publications, particularly "Brokenburn: The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861-1868" and "Louisiana Swamp Doctor: The Life of Henry Clay Lewis". For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 2156, 2162.

Aswell, James B. Papers, 1892-1959 (bulk 1909-1931). 3 linear ft. (1,301 items; 18 ms. v.). Location: U:172-174, OS:A, G:1, 98:A, Vault:38. Educator and U.S. congressman. Materials pertain principally to Aswell's political career and Louisiana politics; World War I; and post-war European conditions. Included are diaries documenting Aswell's official missions to Europe and scrapbooks on his career as an educator. Diary #4 discusses the presence of Jews in Poland following WWI. Notable individuals mentioned include Huey Long, John M. Parker, Gaston Porterie, Herbert Hoover, and Al Smith. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1408, 1426, 1468, 1483, 1620, 1621.

Bacon, Albert C. Reminiscences, 1916-1919. 1 item, 36 type written pages. Location: Misc.:B. U.S. Marine during WWI. Bacon writes of his participation in the fighting in the Belleau Woods and Chateau Thierry area. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 1625.

Referenced in Guides: 20th Century Wars

Badon, Robert, 1896-1998, interviewee. Oral history interview, 1995. 1 sound cassette (1.25 hours), transcript ( 41 p.). Location: L:4700.00555. Robert Badon was born in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and educated in St. Martinville. He worked as a New Orleans public service employee, a county agent, and a school teacher. He was a veteran of World War I and graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in agriculture in 1918. Badon discusses early life and education in St. Martinville, his experiences as a cadet at LSU, as a county agent, and as a teacher, coach, and principal. He tells of anthrax vaccinations, introduction of fertilizer in sugar cane farming, and the spead of information in rural areas. He also relates his four months of military duty during WWI and a visit by Theodore Roosevelt to Iberia Parish. For further information, see online catalog. Mss. 4700.00555.

Referenced in Guides: Sugar, Education, LSU, 20th Century Wars

Bagwell, Gary. Letters, 1952-1975 (bulk 1966). 0.3 linear ft. Locations: U:218, O:G. United States Navy seaman assigned to the transport ship, U.S.S. Caddo Parish during the Vietnam War. Letters reflect the personal experiences of Gary Bagwell, a U. S. sailor serving in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. He details his personal activities, wartime events, military engagements, and the actions of the Viet Cong. He also describes the landscape, people and customs of Vietnam and Taiwan. Mss. 3279.

Referenced in Guides: 20th Century Wars

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