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This file contains research Carroll Robbins Jones and Wilbur Jones compiled in the process of writing their book on Carroll's mother, Patricia O'Meara Robbins, focused on her professional success and time as an international photographer in Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Items include correspondence, document copies, photo catalogs, printed articles, personal documents, and photographs.
Contains documents related to Berton's service record, his service in World War II, involvement with the naval ships the USS Leutze and USS Shaw, and the later USS Leutze reunions.
Contains letters from Berton to daughter Carroll, official documents from Berton and Patricia's work during WWII, and Carroll's correspondence asking others for information on her parents.
Contains correspondence to and from Berton regarding his time on the USS Leutze and at Iwo Jima, where he was wounded in action. Information regarding the 2006 reunion for the USS Leutze is also incuded.
Contains sports articles written by Andrew Jones
Contains cemetery information for the burial site of Berton and Patricia
Contains letters between Patricia and her brother, Caroll, regarding care of their mother, Katherine
Contains a signed letter from J. Edgar Hoover, then director of the FBI, to Patricia regarding her request for material of his statements on communism. Copies of four are included, one of which is his famous speech before the House Committee on Un-American Activities on March 26, 1947.
Contains copies of the Star News containing articles about Carroll's 50th wedding anniversary with Wilbur, as well as a Lumina News article about Carroll's connection to Pearl Harbor for the Pearl Harbor Commemoration in Wilmington, N.C.
Contains a letter from Carroll to Senator John McCain containing a newspaper article about McCain's parents, of whom his mother was friends with Carroll's mother, Patricia.