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World War II Sources in Special Collections   Tags: history, military_history  

A guide to the World War II sources found in Special Collections.
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World War II Poster Collection
A collection of World War II propaganda posters from the Allied Forces.

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World War II in Special Collections: Suggested Materials

Special Collections maintains a variety of materials a researcher of World War II might want to investigate:

Oral History Collection:

Manuscript Collections pertaining to World War II

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Archives and College Publications that may be of use:

Consult an archivist for assistance with these items.

 

Locating Items

Published Materials:

Check MUSCAT.

  • Special Collections stacks are closed. To acquire an item, make a request at the reference desk in the Special Collections Reading Room.
  • Some materials may be found in the main stacks and can circulate.

Non-published Materials:

Include photographs, maps, ephemera, and manuscripts housed in Special Collections.

These items do not circulate and are available only in Special Collections.

Consult an archivist for assistance with non-pubished materials.

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Special Collections

Musselman Library

Fourth Floor

Gettysburg College Box 420

Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-331-7015

Reading Room Hours:

When Classes are in session

M, Th, F : 1 - 5 PM
T, W : 1 - 5  and 6 - 9 PM

Summer Hours

By appointment only

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