Robert M. Crawford papers, 1901-1985.

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Crawford, Robert, 1899-1961. Robert M. Crawford papers, 1901-1985.

Robert M. Crawford papers, 1901-1985.

The Robert M. Crawford Papers consist of correspondence, newsclippings, performance programs, musical scores, and photographs documenting the life and career of singer and composer Robert Crawford.

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At Harris Neck, Georgia, in the remote northern reaches of McIntosh County, the United States government, in the fall of 1942, confiscated the lands along the South Newport and Barbour Island Rivers. Paved runways were constructed for aircraft, and Harris Neck became an air reconnaissance base for the United States Army Air Force during World War II. A number of support buildings were constructed at the Harris Neck Air Base, such as barracks for personnel, an officers club, and PX, to serve the ...

Crawford, Robert, 1899-1961

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Robert MacArthur Crawford was an adventurer and composer. He grew up in Alaska where he drove a stagecoach and learned to fly light aircraft. Later he went to Princeton University and then study in France where his main interest was in music and voice. He received a graduate fellowship to the Julliard School of Music. Afterwards, he gave many concerts and became known as the "Flying Baritone". In 1938, he wrote the "Air Force Song". During World War II he was a pilot in the Air Transport Command...