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Scope and Contents This collection documents the political life and works of the British pacifist, propagandist, and leftist organizer Reginald Clifford Allen, Lord Allen of Hurtwood, (1889-1939). The archive is a comprehensive collection of the author’s professional correspondence, manuscripts and speeches. It was acquired by the university in the mid- 1960s from Allen’s widow, Lady Allen, through the intercession of the British historian Martin Gilbert, who held a visiting position at the University of South...
Dates: 1911 - 1962
Scope and Contents Born in Texas on December 1, 1891, Ralph P. Cousins attended West Point Academy and went on to serve in the United States Air Force until his retirement in 1946. He was involved in the Mexican Expedition, fought overseas in World War I, and performed various leadership tasks before and during World War II. Cousins earned a Masters of Science degree at Yale University in 1922. During 1923, he oversaw Air Corps radio communications and installations, a system, which would eventually become the...
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence between Pvt. Bloom and his family; his diary from the months before the war; additional autobiographical material; military documents; printed material including postcards, postcard books, and material related to his travels in France; photographs; and material related to the Université de Montpelier, where he studied in 1919.
Dates: 1917 - 1919