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  Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
 Resource Type: Pamphlet
[Edward G. Nation's Individual Pay Record]

[Edward G. Nation's Individual Pay Record]

Date: October 1943
Creator: unknown
Description: Soldier's Individual Pay Record, belonging to Edward G. Nation. His personal information has been filled out, but the rest of the book is blank.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[First Methodist Church Pamphlet]

[First Methodist Church Pamphlet]

Date: 1940~/1949~
Creator: unknown
Description: Pamphlet issued by the First Methodist Church, detailing an upcoming service where the church will replace plaques honoring members of the congregation who served and died in World War II.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[Keep 'Em Flying booklet]

[Keep 'Em Flying booklet]

Date: June 1942
Creator: Austin, Garth G.
Description: Book issued to flying cadets, including information such as officer personnel, student officers, cadet of the class of June 1942, and details of cadet life.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
Know Your Enemy: Japan!

Know Your Enemy: Japan!

Date: 1942
Creator: Jenkinson, Anthony
Description: A pamphlet published during World War II about Japan, organized into sections answering ten questions: I. How large is the Japanese Empire? -- II. Is Japan self-sufficient in food? -- III. Is Japan self-sufficient in raw materials? -- IV. How will Japan's conquests in Southern Asia affect her raw material position? -- V. If Japan is so poor in raw materials, how was she able to become a great industrial power? -- VI. What are the present living standards of the Japanese people? -- VII. Who owns Japanese banks and industry? -- VIII. How is Japan governed? -- IX. Are there Trade Unions in Japan? -- X. What is Japan's naval and military strength?
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[Memorial Card for Douglas Foutch]

[Memorial Card for Douglas Foutch]

Date: 1948
Creator: unknown
Description: Memorial card for Private Douglas Foutch, born 1923 and died October 9, 1944. The funeral was held Tuesday, July 13, 1948 at First Baptist Church in Arlington, officiated by Rev. Tom Madden and Rev. Floyd Myers. Funeral arrangements were made through Hugh M. Moore and Sons and he was buried in Parkdale Cemetery in Arlington, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[Speech of Hon. Fritz G. Lanham]

[Speech of Hon. Fritz G. Lanham]

Date: April 20, 1938
Creator: Lanham, Fritz G.
Description: A booklet containing the speech of the Honorable Fritz G. Lanham of Texas in the House of Representatives on April 20, 1938, honoring the dead.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[United States Government Thrift Card]

[United States Government Thrift Card]

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Thrift card issued by the United States government in the 1920s.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[World War II Memories: Dorothy Roberts Jones]

[World War II Memories: Dorothy Roberts Jones]

Date: 199u
Creator: Jones, Dorothy Robert
Description: Autobiographical text describing Dorothy Roberts Jones's time in the WAAC during World War II.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[World War II Memories: Joe Nation]

[World War II Memories: Joe Nation]

Date: 199u
Creator: Nation, Joseph Beverly
Description: Autobiographical text describing Joe Nations' early memories of the 1920s and 1930s, and his time in the military during World War II.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum
[World War II Memories: Mercedes McCaleb]

[World War II Memories: Mercedes McCaleb]

Date: unknown
Creator: McCaleb, Mercedes Laverne
Description: Autobiographical text describing Mercedes Laverne McCaleb's time in the U.S. Navy during World War II, including her enlistment, training, and assignment to Kansas City, Missouri.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum