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Guide to the 12th General Hospital Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ghsl-3
Overview The 12th General Hospital Collection is comprised of the papers of Michael L. Mason and James A. Conner, who served as part of Northwestern University's 12th General Hospital Unit stationed in North Africa and Italy during World War II.

Robert R. McCormick Personal Correspondence, 1920-1955

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Identifier: I-63
Overview Colonel Robert R. McCormick's personal correspondence primarily for the years 1920-1955, as maintained by his secretaries.

Northwestern University Law School Newsletter Records

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Identifier: 17/16
Abstract The Northwestern University Law School Newsletter was first published during the First World War and sent to students and alumni in the military. With the advent of the Second World War, the newsletter was resurrected and sent to hundreds of Northwestern Law School alumni and students serving in the military. In addition to the newsletters, the Northwestern University Law School Newsletter Records include correspondence between the editor of the newsletter and U.S. servicemen during the Second...

Student Army Training Corps Application and Induction Records

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Identifier: 0/20/6
Abstract This series consists of applications for admission and induction record cards for students joining the Northwestern University unit of the Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.). The series fills two boxes and dates from 1918.

United States Army Base Hospital Number 12 World War I and II Records

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Identifier: 0/20/7
Abstract U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 12 (Chicago Unit), frequently referred to as the Northwestern University Base Hospital, was organized in October 1916 to assist the Allied war effort in Europe, and revived in World War II. Records from various souurces include clippings, programs, poems, newsletters, journals, published articles, memorabilia, correspondence, photographs, and a scrapbook.

Vice President for Business and Finance S.A.T.C (Student Army Training Corps) Ledger

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Identifier: 7/1/10
Abstract This series consists of one volume of Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.) dcoumenting its accounts during its existence at Northwestern during/post World War I.

World War I: Alumni and Faculty War Service Record Cards

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Identifier: 0/20/5
Abstract This series consists of record cards documenting the World War I-era military service of Northwestern University alumni and some faculty. The card for an individual typically records name, Northwestern class (if applicable), dates of birth and admission to and withdrawal from school, name of parent or guardian, permanent address, war service (postings, promotions, combat duty), and military addresses.

World War I: U.S. Army Training School Trainee Records

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Identifier: 0/20/3
Overview This series consists of U.S. Army Training School records documenting the training of individuals at Northwestern. Taking the form of pre-printed index cards or certificates completed for each student enrolled in Training School courses, the records typically include the following information: student's full name, permanent address, course and dates of study, and course rating. Also noted are ratings for aptitude in occupational categories and, occasionally, physical ratings as well as other...

World War I: War Service Record Cards

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Identifier: 0/20/4
Abstract The series consists of war service records for regularly and nominally-enrolled Northwestern students who served in the military or trained for military duty during the time of World War I.

Records of World Wars I and II

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Identifier: 46/2
Abstract The Records of World Wars I and II related to Northwestern University fill two archival boxes and span the years 1914 to 2005. The records are divided into WWI and WWII with the majority of the records relating to WWII. Records document both activities during the Wars and commemorative activities postwar and include information about both general programs and specific individuals.