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    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 271]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 223 Navy #3247 (Mil. Govt) F.P.O. San Francisco Tues 15 May 1945 7:30 a.m. My dearest darling- Another payday rolls around with its reminder that another month has gone by. It's been 36 hours rather than the 24 I promised and I’d better hop to...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 318]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 270 Tuesday 10 July 1945 7:40 am My darling, Last night, instead of the usual Hollywood movie, we showed a number of shorts supplied by the O.W.I. - 3 newsreels (2 of them with Japanese titles and sound strip), a short on ‘the American town’,...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 383]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 331 Sunday 23 Sept. 8 pm My dearest darling, Today was no day off (though the [?] all over camp is definitely in that direction) but rather a full working today. I am tired not so much because of that as on account of yesterday's exertion crawling...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 392]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 339 Friday 5 October 7 pm Darling- To answer your most important letter first: All right, darling, I won't say April! I had to laugh a little as I realized the different psychologies of our respective approaches to the time question. I said April...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 451]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 400 Friday 14 Dec. 9 pm. Dearly Beloved, This is the unhappy letter which tells you that I may (will) not released from duty here until January 1st. The Skipper told me at dinner tonight that when he saw Captain Dodds (now M.G. Liaison Officer...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 449]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 398 Thurs. 13 Dec. 7:45 am My darling, Last night I put on a full program (about an hour and a half) of newsreels at the school - the Japanese language and caption ones we've been getting from the U.S.I.S. (formerly O.W.I.) - and saw International...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 309]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 249 May 4 - Friday - 6:15 P.M. Dearly Beloved: I didn’t do right by you last night - had a number of little things to tell you, but after the Special came, everything went whirring around in my head so I couldn’t think straight - Typed a copy, and...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 309]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 249 May 4 - Friday - 6:15 P.M. Dearly Beloved: I didn't do right by you last night - had a number of little things to tell you, but after the Special came, everything went whirring around in my head so I couldn't think straight - Typed a copy, and...
    • Pennsylvania State Library genealogy files

    • Family histories -- Pennsylvania ; Family histories -- United States ; Genealogy -- Pennsylvania ; Genealogy -- United States
    • Reel 1. Abercrombie-Berger/Bourgher (List of surnames precedes Abercrombie) -- reel 2. Berger/Bourgher-Buchanan -- reel 3. Bucher-Chandler -- reel 4. Chandler-Davis -- reel 5. Davis-Enderlein -- reel 6. Enderlein-Gibbons -- reel 7. Gibbs-Hart --...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County (Pa.); Anti-Masonic; whig; Huntingdon County genealogy; Juniata River valley; early newspapers; advertising; politics; literature; morality; arts; sciences; agriculture; amusements; Standing Stone; primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...

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