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Civilian Pilot Training Program Student Record Cards

Identifier: 0/20/9

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  • 1939-1944


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Restricted; consultation with University Archivist required prior to use. This collection is stored off-site and requires two business days advance notice for retrieval. Please contact the McCormick Library at or 847-491-3635 for more information or to schedule an appointment to view the collection.


2.00 Boxes

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The Civil Aeronautics Administration war training service cards are arranged alphabetically by surname. The Civilian pilot training sessions record cards are arranged first by beginning date of course session (February, March, and April, 1943) and then alphabetically by student surname.

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Series 0/20/6: WWI: Student Army Training Corps Application and Induction Recs.

Series 0/20/7: Records of United States Army Base Hospital No. 12, World War I & II, 1917-77

Series 0/20/8: U.S. Naval Training Programs Records, 1934-1960.

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Series 46/1: Records of the Northwestern University NROTC, 1918-2001

Series 46/2: Records of World War I and II (information about general programs and specific individuals)

Alumni Journal, 1917-19 and Alumni News 1941-45.

The Daily Northwestern and Summer Northwestern the University's student newspapers provide a day-to day perspective on student reaction to world events as well as a chronicle of NU's war efforts. It is located in the library on microfilm and in bound volumes.

Moeller, Kenneth: Memories: The European Theater of Operations, 1944-1945 (Self-published, 112 page spiral-bound volume) Filed in BIO FILES, ROOM 110 (with Moeller's obituary, 9/24/97)

Northwestern Perspective: Special Issue: "War and Remembrance" [WWII] (vol. 6 no. 3, Winter 1993)

Baker, George R., Heroes and Angels: Diary, A Medic Remembers World War I, France and Belgium 1917-1919 (filed with the following in Archives room 111A):

Northwestern Remembrances: The War Years and NU's Reponse (World War II Commemoration Project, January 1996), vols. 1–4

Holgate, Thomas [NU President], Northwestern University in the Great War, 1917-1919 (located in Archives Reading Room)

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