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BOX 7-13 World War II, 1940-1954
Correspondence, writings, clippings, photographs, and other materials from McCardell's work as a foreign correspondent.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and therein chronologically or alphabetically by name of individual or topic.
BOX 7 Correspondence
Family
McCardell, Mary Ann ("Dah"), Abby, and Sarah Susan ("Tilly")
1941, Sept.-Nov.
1942, Mar.-Dec.
(10 folders)
BOX 8 1943
(4 folders)
1944
(4 folders)
1945, Jan.-Apr.
McCardell, Nancy Arnold (wife)
From
1942, Sept.-Dec.
(4 folders)
1943
Jan.-Aug.
(8 folders)
BOX 9 Sept.-Dec.
(4 folders)
Undated
To
1940, Aug.
1941, Sept.-Nov.
1942, Mar.-Dec.
(10 folders)
1943
Jan.-Mar.
(3 folders)
BOX 10 Apr.-Dec.
(9 folders)
1944
(10 folders)
1945, Jan.-Apr.
(4 folders)
Undated
General
1943-1946, undated
1944-1945, soldiers' families
BOX 11 Iceland
Bound clippings, Vol. III, Aug. 1941-Jan. 1942
Correspondence and other materials, Aug.-Nov., 1941
Dispatches, Aug. 1941
Occupation forces newspapers, July-Aug. 1941
Miscellany
"Beachhead Revisited" tour
1949
BOX 12 1949, 1954
(2 folders)
Christmas broadcast, 1943
The Fourth Armored Division: From the Beach to Bavaria, by Kenneth Koyen, 1946
Identification, press credentials, and visas, 1942-1944
Military orders and authorizations, 1943-1945
Photographs
1943
Feb., infantry units combat proficiency test, England
Unidentified military
1944
Seventy-ninth Division
U.S. Third Army
Printed matter and other documents, 1942-1945, undated
Report by the Supreme Commander to the Combined Chiefs of Staff on the Operations in Europe of the Allied Expeditionary Force, 6 June 1944-8 May 1945
"They Wrote Their Story in Blood," article on the Seventy-ninth Infantry Division
Background and drafts, 1945-1946
Saturday Evening Post, 21 Dec. 1946
Professional writings
1942
Mar.-May, California war industry and internment camps
Oct.-Dec., dispatches, London, England
BOX 13 Dec., Christmas letter to children
1942-1943, England
(2 folders)
1943
Nov., Marylanders in the air corps, London, England
1944
Jan.-Feb., Cassino, Italy
June
Cherbourg, France
D-Day, Normandy, France
Aug., order to leave France
1944-1945, U.S. Third Army
1945
June-Dec., homecoming
21 Oct., YD Grapevine 26th Infantry Division newssheet
BOX 13-18 Post-World War II, 1945-2009
Correspondence, writings, clippings, photographs, and other materials from McCardell's continued career in journalism, including materials from his appointments as bureau chief in London and Rome.
Arranged alphabetically by type of material and therein chronologically or alphabetically by name of individual or topic.
BOX 13 Correspondence
Family correspondence
McCardell, Mary Ann ("Dah"), Abby, and Sarah Susan ("Tilly")
1946-1949
(3 folders)
BOX 14 1951-1958
(2 folders)
McCardell, Nancy Arnold
1946
Mar.-Apr.
July-Dec.
1947, Jan.-Aug.
(2 folders)
1948
1949, Jan.-Aug.
(2 folders)
1952, 1956
1957-1958
(2 folders)
1960, Mar.-Apr.
McCardell family, various aunts and uncles, 1958
BOX 15 General
1945-1951
(2 folders)
1953-1962
(4 folders)
Miscellany
Identification, press credentials, and visas, 1946-1966
Obituaries and biographical materials, 1963
Photographs
1949, Italy under the Marshall Plan
1957-1960, Rome, Italy, and the Middle East
Printed matter and other documents
1945-1960, undated
(5 folders)
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