Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Joseph F. Kemmer World War II Letters
Identifier: SC MS 0395
This collection of letters describes experiences of men in non-combat roles during World War II and encounters with other Lehigh graduates in the military. The creator of this collection was an observer of life in the military and also a humorous sketch artist.
Leslie Hunter Whitten Papers
Identifier: SC MS 0007
Abstract Born on February 21, 1928 in Jacksonville Florida, Leslie Hunter Whitten was a Hearst newspaper reporter for the Washington Post, an associate on Jack Anderson's newspaper column, and accomplished novelist. He graduated from Lehigh University in 1950. This collection documents various stages of Whitten's life, especially the years in Washington DC as a journalist. Letters, documents, notes, photographs, etc. relating to Les Whitten's early years, schooling, and work as a Hearst reporter,...
Richard Harding Davis Correspondence and Other Documents
Identifier: SC MS 0001
Abstract Richard Harding Davis, 1864-1916, was a student at Lehigh University from 1882-1884. During his stay he wrote many novels and short stories and was a prominent war correspondent during the Spanish-American War (1898). The documents here include letters, telegrams and notes, mostly written by Davis. It is predominantly letters to his publisher, J. Henry Harper, at Harper and Brothers, but also includes other letters to Raymond H. Walters, Lehigh University, a few letters from Rebecca Harding...