Library Photo Collections

WWII Cameraman

Soldiers Phil Richardson and Lester Haycock with Camera

WWII Photographs by J. Malan Heslop

This digital collection at Brigham Young University contains over 1,350 photographs by Sergeant Heslop covering the last nine months of World War II in Europe, from September 1944 through May 1945. The photographs were scanned from the original negatives, prints, and slides deposited by Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University. Sergeant Heslop served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, 167th Signal Photographic Company.

The collection includes detailed photos on the installation and testing of “duck feet” tank track extensions. What is this?

M4 Sherman Tank Destroyed near Cassino, Italy

M4 Sherman Tank Destroyed near Cassino, Italy

Melvin C. Shaffer World War II Photographs
Frank J. Davis World War II Photographs

The Melvin C. Shaffer collection of World War II photographs and images depicts the conflict in North Africa, Italy, Southern France, and Germany from 1943 to 1945. The Frank J. Davis collection of frontline photographs and images cover both Europe and the Pacific including images from Washington, D.C., Italy, France, and Saipan. Both collections are hosted at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

American Red Cross Clubmobile - Augusta

American Red Cross Clubmobile Augusta

World War II Veterans of Mount Horeb

This digital collection at the University of Wisconsin includes extensive sets of photographs from Ray Cunneen and Pat Hitchcock, including over 200 color photographs.


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