Papers, 1937-1959 (bulk 1943-1945).


Stewart, Bud. Papers, 1937-1959 (bulk 1943-1945).

Papers, 1937-1959 (bulk 1943-1945).

This collection relates primarily to Bud Stewart's service in the Pacific during and after World War II. Included are unsigned proofs, some with edit marks, of the Japanese surrender document; anti-Japanese propaganda leaflets, urging Japanese soldiers to surrender; and maps of Japan and the Philipines. Also present are guides to Japan, the Philippines, Australia, and New Guinea, which were apparently distributed to occupying troops to provide background information on the history and culture of these countries. Copies of newspapers distributed to American troops are also included.

ca. 110 items.

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Stewart, Bud, 1952- (person)

Biographical note: Manlius Rupert "Bud" Stewart served twenty-two years in the Army Corps of Engineers. He was involved in the construction of the Al-Can Highway. He commanded the 1680th Engineer Intelligence Division and was part of the occupation authority in Japan after World War II. From the description of Papers, 1937-1959 (bulk 1943-1945). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191917705 ...

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers (corporateBody)

A study of the Herendeen Bay area coal seams was ordered by Brigadier General Lloyd E. Jones in 1942. The report was prepared by Lt. Richard H. Yost of the 151st Engineer Regiment. An examination of the area was made in 1943 by Lt. Col. C.W. Jeffers of the Quartermaster Corps and Robert S. Sanford of the Bureau of Mines; the report of their survey was prepared by George O. Gates in 1944. From the description of Herendeen Bay Coal Fields Reports, 1942-1944. (Unknown). WorldCat record ...