Box MS 24203.01
Contains 28 Results:
Contains photos taken by Patricia of Carroll as a young girl and family from the 1930s-1950s--including some from inside the Forbidden City in China--that were not included in the book, as well as large photographs and scrapbook pages. Memorabilia from Berton's time in World War II, such as letters and telegrams to Patricia, are also included.
Contains scrapbook pages and an unbound scrapbook of the Robbins family on trips, mostly in Europe, as well as nwespaper clippings and handwritten notes, and a copy of "Popular Photography" magazine with an article written by Patricia.
Contains scrapbook pages of Carroll and Berton III as children and of family trips, as well as two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from local Wilmington newspapers, such as The Morning Star, now known as the Star News, of articles about Camp Davis in Holly Ridge, NC, and World War II happenings collected by Wilbur's mother, Viola M. Jones.
Contains scrapbook pages of photos taken by Patricia depicting the family's life and trips from before through after World War II, when Berton, Jr. was in the service. Some photos of Patricia's time in China, Japan, and other Asian countries are also included.
Contains mostly scrapbook pages of photos taken by Patricia, especially of her family and her time in Asia, as well as of newspaper clippings, telegrams, and note cards. Several loose and oversized photos of Carroll and Berton III as children are also included.
Contains a list of restaurant recommendations and a menu, as well as newspaper page and photos from time in Europe.
Contains member lists, family lineages, and copies of printed material regarding the O'Meara family history, particularly focused on their Irish roots. Newspaper clippings are also included, as well as a typed document from Carroll's uncle, also named Carroll.
Contains copies of various printed texts about family records and births and deaths, as well as copies of previously included documents from other family record files.
Contains scrapbook pages of photographs of Carroll and Berton III around Hawaii, playing at the beach, and their general life at the time, as well as the after-efffects around town of the bombing and time spent with family members.