Philippines -- History -- 1898-1946
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Lemuel Evans Boren (1879-1961) served in the infantry in Cuba and in the Philippine Islands, was appointed inspector in the Philippine Constabulary in 1901, promoted to major, and resigned in 1909. The collection (1899-1920) contains diaries, a monograph, military records, certificates, photographs, correspondence, and other papers.
The papers of Robert Alexander Duckworth-Ford document his work as a member of the Philippine Constabulary, and include biographical material, correspondence, a portion of a diary, financial papers, publications, writings, scrapbooks, clippings, artifacts, and photographs.
Guy O. Fort was Brigadier General in the U.S. Army, and a member of the Philippine Constabulary, and the Philippine Army under the U.S. Armed Forces of the Far East. This collection contains transcriptions of letters to and from Guy O. Fort from 1905 to 1945 compiled and annotated by James M. Lavery.
The Robert A. Fulton research collection on the Moro people contains research files, books, and a digital archive relating to the Moro people and the American occupation of the Southern Philippines during the early 20th century. The collection was compiled by Robert A. Fulton, an author of three histories on the subject.
Mark L. Hersey (1863-1934) was appointed inspector of the Philippine Constabulary in 1905 and became chief of the Mindanao District in 1909, where he served until 1914. The collection (1909-1914) contains diaries and correspondence.
Gerald Victor Hurley (1898-1978) was a businessman, historian, and writer. Collection includes book length manuscripts, articles and short stories, miscellaneous items, memorabilia, and correspondence.
Harry L. McAlister served in the Spanish American War in the Philippines as an enlisted man, Company A, of the Oregon Volunteers. The collection (1898-1899) contains mementos of the war including a copy of a diary by American prisoners, photographs, gathered correspondence, clippings, and other mementos, orders, Philippine publications, and an Oregon Volunteers flag.
Papers of A.F. Pence concerning the Sarangani District in the Province of Cotabato, Philippine Islands. Included are a typescript copy of Pence's article, Sarangani Awaits the Homeseeker, with a cover letter (Aug. 3, 1921) to the Provincial Governor, and.
Albert Montreville Taylor served in the Philippine Constabulary. The collection (1900-1966) contains correspondence, diaries, constabulary records and publications, and also personal papers, photographs, and memorabilia.
Joseph V. Thebaud (1888 - ) served in the Philippine Constabulary in 1912, resigned in 1915, and later served as an officer in the U.S. Army. The collection (1912-1916) contains diaries covering Thebaud's experience in the Constabulary, manuscript maps, and photographs.