Tag Archives: World War Two

Gore Center Will Launch New World War II Digital Collection

Written by Sarah Calise, Archivist This May is the 75th anniversary of V-E Day, or Victory in Europe, when the Allied Forces accepted Nazi Germany’s unconditional surrender. In commemoration of this anniversary, the Albert Gore Research Center is excited to … Continue reading

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Burn It Down: Finding Nitrate Film in the Archive

Written by Casey Swank, Graduate Assistant The archivists and graduate assistants here at the Albert Gore Research Center have a running joke: if things in the archive start going south, just burn it down (truly, we ARE kidding). Little did … Continue reading

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“Dear Mother and Polly”

Written by Lane Tillner, graduate assistant The Albert Gore Research Center has many things to offer to its researchers, chief among them, variety. The AGRC houses a multitude of available sources for numerous topics from its namesake Albert Gore, Sr. … Continue reading

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