Preliminary Guide to the Kendrick S. Few Papers, 1934-1945
Collection contains materials Few gathered as a student in Germany, and materials relating to his US Army service in WWII. There are guidebooks, newspapers, postcards, Nazi propaganda chiefly from Germany ( 1938), and materials from other parts of Europe. Papers concerning Few's military service include a memo from the War Dept., and items related to Adjutant General's School.
- Collection Number
- Kendrick S. Few papers
- Few, Kendrick S.
- 2.5 Linear Feet, 50 Items
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
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Includes speeches by Adolph Hitler mostly published in 1938, German publications about Germany, its government and army, and tourist maps and guides of various European locations. There are also a number of issues of News from Germany and American Views.
Student Ken Few (Duke University A.B., 1939) traveled in Europe, particularly Germany, June through September 1938. He later served as a lieutenant and major for the U.S. Army, Adjutant General.
[Identification of item], Kendrick S. Few Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Gift to the library from Randolph R. Few, Jr.
Preliminary processing by Lisa Stark
Completed April 12, 2000
Encoded by Lisa Stark
This accession is unprocessed: materials may not have been ordered and described beyond their original condition.