World War (1939-1945)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Contains personal correspondence, military correspondence,and academic correspondence relating to Hart's published work, especially his doctoral dissertation, professional positions, and professional and speaking engagements. There is also a letter to a Dr. Fraser about presidential politics and prohibition in 1932, as well as one that seems to be about Hart's opinion about the possibility of WWII and U.S. involvement, though it is undated.
This edition of the Washington and Lee University Bulletin is a Christmas issue prepared for students who had joined the armed forces.
This copy of the Washington and Lee University Bulletin includes a list of alumni known to be dead orand missing in action as of October 1944.
This issue of the Washington and Lee University Bulletin includes a list of alumni that were known to be dead, missing, or prisoners of war as of April 1945.
This file consists of a flag hung in the window during WWII. The flag has two stars for Clarence Jr. and Harry Walker.
This folder describes the U.S. Army's School for Special Service, the Eighth Class of which was held at Washington and Lee.
This copy of the W&L Bulletin is a message to alumni discussing the univrsity's commitment to preparing students for military service. Includes a list of casualties, POW's and MIA's.