James W. Snively Papers (Digital Surrogates) | University of Illinois Archives

James W. Snively Papers (Digital Surrogates)
c. 1943-1945
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Digital surrogates (scans) of portions of the James W. Snively papers.  Primary topics are Snively's experiences during the Second World War, including training in the United States, fighting in Italy, and time as a prisoner of war in Germany.  Also includes letters sent from his father, John R. Snively, that detailed life in wartime Rockford, IL and the goings-on of the Snively family in the United States.  Of particular note are programs from plays staged by Allied POWs while in captivity, and letters sent to and from James Snively while he was imprisoned.

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Contains 16 PDF files, with a size of ~388 megabytes.
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