Subseries 6A: United States Army

2.61 linear feet, 7 boxes

This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.

Requests will be delivered to Public Policy Papers, MUDD Reading Room .

Collection Creator: Greenbaum, Edward S. (Edward Samuel), 1890-1970..

Dates: 1914-1962.

Extent: 2.61 linear feet, 7 boxes

Languages: English.

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

Description

The majority of the United States Army subseries documents Greenbaum's work in the War Department during World War II. It contains correspondence and reports about the war effort and military justice. The subseries also includes correspondence and pamphlets about how to win World War I.

See also Series 8: Oversized Materials for scrapbooks on World War II.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by document type or subject.

Preferred Citation

Subseries 6A: United States Army; 1914-1962; Edward S. Greenbaum Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

    Request Checked Items
    Title Date Container
    “The Army Works with Industry,” 1942 July Box 31, Folder 19
    Britain 1940-1941 Explore Multiple Containers
    Daybook 1945 Box 32, Folder 2
    Distinguished Service Medal Award 1945 Box 32, Folder 3
    Draft Law Extension 1946 Box 32, Folder 4
    General MacArthur and Japan 1948 Box 32, Folder 5
    German Nazi War Criminals 1951 Box 32, Folder 6
    Herbert Hoover Commission, Medical Services 1948-1949 Box 32, Folder 7
    Memorabilia 1914-1950 Explore Multiple Containers
    Military Correspondence 1941-1962 undated Box 34, Folder 2 to 9
    Military Correspondence 1941-1962 undated Box 35, Folder 1 to 3
    Military Justice 1941-1946 Box 35, Folder 4 to 8
    Military Trips 1941-1951 Box 36, Folder 1 to 2
    National Guard 1948 Box 36, Folder 3 to 4
    Patterson, Robert P. Memorial 1952-1959 Box 36, Folder 5 to 6
    Plant Seizures, World War II circa 1939-1945 Box 36, Folder 7
    Plant Seizures, World War II circa 1939-1945 Box 37, Folder 1 to 4
    Promotion to Brigadier General, Letters of Congratulations 1943 Box 37, Folder 5 to 7
    “This Was Bill Knudsen,” 1948 June 26 Box 37, Folder 8