M02-23 – MARY FERGUSON COLLECTION

Series I

Box 1

 

File 1 – Arkansas State Teachers College Freshman Handbook, 1940-1941

File 2 – W.C. Ferguson Memorial Chapel, 1967-1973

File 3 – ASTC Bulletins, January 1962-October 1969

File 4 – State College of Arkansas (SCA) Alumni Bulletin, 1970-1974

File 5 – UCA Alumni Bulletins, 1975-1979

File 6 – UCA Alumni Bulletins, 1980-1985

File 7 – UCA Alumni Bulletins, 1986-1989

File 8 – UCA Alumni Contact, 1990-1992

File 9 – UCA Alumni Contact, 1993-1995

File 10-UCA Alumni Contact, 1996-1999

End of Box 1

End of Series I

 

Series II

Box 1

File 1 – Pampa Army Air Force Base, 1942-1945

File 2 – PAAF Reunion Association organized Sept. 10, 1972

File 3 – 2nd Reunion, Pampa Army Air Field Association, August 10, 1974

File 4 – Pampa Army Air Field Association, 4th and 5th Reunion, August 1976 and 1977

File 5 – Pampa Army Air Field 40th Anniversary, 1942-1982, Historical commemoration marker dedication, Air Base Site 10th anniversary reunion, 1982

File 6 – Pampa Army Air Field 11th Annual Anniversary, August 1983

File 7 – Pampa Army Air Field 12th Annual Reunion, August 1984

File 8 – Pampa Army Air Force Base 13th Reunion, 1985 at Perry LaFors Field (former PAAF Aux. Field)

File 9 – Pampa Army Air Field 14th Reunion and Air Show, August 1986

File 10 – 4 -5”x7” photos – city of Pampa, Texas makes pump house into museum of the Pampa Army Air Force Air Field, 1986

File 11 – 45th Anniversary of Pampa Army Air Field pilot training school and 15th Annual Reunion and Air Show, 1987 – Honoring General Doolittle’s Tokyo Raiders with photos

File 12 – Color negatives of PAAF reunion, 1988

File 13 – Fourth Annual Panhandle Veterans Hall of Fame Banquet, Pampa, Texas August 1993

File 14 – Photos – dedication and opening day of the Pampa, Texas Army Air Force Base Museum, August 1994

File 15 – Freedom Museum USA – a project of Pampa Army Air Field Veterans of Foreign Was Museum, Inc. – dedication and grand opening, August 1994

File 16 – Video, “Enola Gay: The Atomic Bombing of Japan” 50th Anniversary of WWII, August 1945 – 1995, The History Channel

File 17 – Book, Flight of the Enola Gay, Paul W. Tibbets, 2nd printing, 1997

File 18 – Newspaper, Amarillo Daily, “Watson: (female) ex-WWII Flying Veteran Keeps Soaring Through a Life Full of Experiences,” August 26, 1996

File 19 – Clifford Conrad’s Speech at Pampa Army Air Field 25th Annual Reunion, August 1997

File 20 – Correspondence, donations for expanding Freedom Museum, Pampa, Texas, 2002

 

End of Box 1

 

Series II

Box 2

File 1 – 28th Annual Reunion – Pampa Army Air Field, August 2000, Honoring General Paul W. Tibbets, pilot of the Enola Gay

File 2 – Book, Four Came Home, by Carroll V. Grimes, 1966, 1981 – with correspondence, photos, newspaper interview with Robert Hite, 1 of 4 POWs of the book

File 3 – Video, “We Made It” and photos – An American fighter pilot of WWII returned to Europe after 57 years, by Bob Izzard (2001)

File 4 – 29th Annual Reunion, Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas, 2001 – Photos

File 5 – 29th Annual Reunion, Pampa Army Air Field, Pampa, Texas, 2001

File 6 – Jimmy Bryant, University of Central Arkansas, “UCA Archivist Collects WWII Veterans Tales,” Log Cabin Democrat, correspondence

File 7 – Mailing List of Pampa Army Air Force, 30th Annual Reunion, Pampa, Texas, 2002

End of Box 2

 

Series II

Box 3

File 1 – Pampa Army Air Field Reunion, 2003

File 2 – WWII Pilot Col. Robert Hite, inducted into Texas Aviation Hall of Fame November 9, 2004 in Galveston, Texas

File 3 – Newspapers, “Mike Porter, Curator of Freedom Museum USA in Pampa Texas,” The Pampa News, December 7, 2003 and “PAAF Reunion Association dissolves, donates funds to Freedom Museum,” August 2004

File 4 – Memorial stone for Elsie M. Ferguson, wife of W.C. Ferguson and W.C. “Dub” Ferguson, Junior, 2004

File 5 – Correspondence, on donation of model of WWII, “See Through Radial Engine used in B-36 plane,” 2005

File 6 – 2 Videos and News print of Interview of Paul W. Tibbets

File 7 – Book, Autobiography by General James H. “Jimmy” Doolittle, I Could Never Be So Lucky Again, with Carroll V. Grimes, 1991

End of Box 3

 

End of Series II

End of Collection