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[Arlington Scrap Metal Drive]

Description: Copy negative of workers unloading scrap metal collected for an Arlington Scrap Metal Drive to support the war effort. A car is parked on the side of the street in background, and a building is visible across from the car.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Postcard of Navy Ships in San Francisco Bay]

Description: Postcard of The Fleet at Anchor. The color image is an artist rendering of San Francisco Bay with U.S. Battleships at anchor. The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is in the background along with a skyline. The text on the back reads, "The Fleet at Anchor in San Francisco Bay is always an interesting sight. These immense fighting ships however appear insignificant in size to the new $65,000,000 Bridge which connects San Francisco with Oakland, Berkley, Alameda and other East Bay Cities, establishing a great Metropolitan Area with rapid transit service, and direct entrance to San Francisco from all points North."
Date: unknown
Creator: Stanley A. Piltz Company
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum

[Arlington Scrap Metal Drive]

Description: Copy negative of Mayor W. F. Altman, H. E. Caton, Alfred Brown, and D. S. Hood standing in front of a pile of scrap metal across the street from a Safeway. A car is parked on the side of the street behind Hood. The metal was collected during a scrap metal drive for the war effort.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[318th Platoon, U. S. M. C.]

Description: Photograph of the 318th Platoon. Jack Vaughan is sixth from the right on the top row. A sign in front of the soldiers says "318th Platoon, U.S.M.C., San Diego, 1942. U. S. Marines - First to Fight."
Date: [1942-03-23..1946-04-06]
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Camp Lejeune Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of the road leading up to the camp headquarters at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and the building itself. It is two-story brick building with two wings and a bell tower. An American flag flies in front of the building.
Date: 1944
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Letter from Jack Vaughan to the Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce President, December 10, 1953]

Description: Letter from Jack Vaughan to the President of the Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce, published in the Herald and News on December 10, 1953. Vaughan expresses his appreciation for the kindness of the people of Klamath Falls who made his stay there enjoyable, and apologizes on behalf of his fellow Marines who may not have conducted themselves as well as they should.
Date: December 10, 1953
Creator: Vaughan, Jack Carter
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Letter from R. Frank Tucker to Jack Vaughan, December 7, 1953]

Description: Letter from R. Frank Tucker to Jack Vaughan, on December 7, 1953, thanking him for his letter, and providing information on the barracks Vaughan stayed in. A handwritten note at the bottom of the page adds: "The barracks were later torn down and on our visit there in 1994 they were starting a housing addition."
Date: December 7, 1953
Creator: Tucker, R. Frank
Location Info:
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Camp Lejeune Headquarters]

Description: Photograph of the camp headquarters at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. It is two-story brick building with two wings and a bell tower. An American flag flies in front of the building, and two cars are parked in the parking lot in front of it.
Date: 1944
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[File for Discharge Record]

Description: Slip of paper filed for record in Grayson County. It reads: "The State of Texas, county of Grayson. I, J. C. Buchanan, Clerk of the County Court of said County, hereby certify that the foregoing instrument of writing, with it Certificate of Authentication, was filed for record in my office on the 14 day of Dec, 1945 at 3 o'clock P.M. and duly recorded this 19 day of Dec, 1945 in the Discharge Records of said County, in Vol. 8, pages 86. Witness my hand and seal of said Court at Sherman, Texas this 19 day of Dec, 1945. J. C. Buchanan, Clerk County Court, Grayson County, Texas."
Date: December 14, 1945
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum