Photographs. Reminiscences.



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Christian P. Junkman family papers

  • US ARC ARC 2021.025.001
  • collection
  • 1846-1992, 2021

Christian and Anna Junkman papers and photographs (undated, 1846-1918, 2021) include materials relating to Anna's parents and siblings, the extended Cope family, and well as Christian's father, William; Glen Junkman and family papers and photographs (1911-1992), also include papers of their daughter, Mary Lorenzen; Estella Clarke (nee Junkman) papers and photographs (1864-1945, 2021) also contain materials related to her husband, William, including the Clark, White, and Ingli families.

Junkman, Christian P.

Norman A. Foss. Reminiscences, 1991.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss EC
  • collection
  • 1991

A memoir by Norman Foss of River Falls, Wis. about his military service during World War II. The memoir begins with his enlistment and training as an aerial gunner in the Army Air Corps, and includes descriptions of flying decoy missions over France with the 95th Bombardment Group. Foss' flying career ended after only three missions due to a medical problem. After spending time recuperating in England, where he became close friends with an English family and played on the Red Cross golf team, he was transferred to Co. I of the 345th Infantry and was sent to the continent soon after the Battle of the Bulge. He describes being sent to do guard duty at Buchenwald concentration camp. The memoir also describes his discharge and return to River Falls, and includes copies of memorabilia and photographs.

Small potatoes: boyhood memories of the depression decade in River Falls, 1988.

  • US ARC River Falls SC 417
  • collection
  • 1988

Reminiscence by George Foss describing growing up in River Falls (Wis.) during the Depression between the years 1932 to 1942. The memoir includes his recollections of his Dad losing his job in 1932, various jobs his Dad had during the following decade including the WPA., everyday life in River Falls, businesses and events in and around the city, what it meant to be poor, jobs he had in his teen-age years, and his home and school life and recreational activities. Included are photographs of Foss and other members of his family.