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This month, three collections are featured on the OCLC website: DCCCD Digital Archives collections, the Albert Chance World War II Papers GetDigital collection and the Doris Ulmann collection
Dallas County Community College District
This collection is composed of digitized photographs, slides, newspapers, documents and videos found within the Dallas County Community College District Archives.
A digital collection of the World War II Archive of Albert Chance, who served in North Africa and Italy with the 360th AAA Searchlight Battalion. This collection contains more than 300 photographs taken by Chance, which present a picture of the European theater from the perspective of a soldier. His journal chronicles his wartime experience from his boarding of the Kungsholm on March 2, 1943, to his Honorable Discharge at Fort Dix, New Jersey, on September 15, 1945. His scrapbook displays the many documents that he saved and letters, often in the form of V-mail, that he sent home during his service.
Doris Ulmann was an American photographer, best known for her dignified portraits of the people of Appalachia, particularly craftsmen and musicians, made between 1928 and 1934. This is a small collection of some of Doris Ulmann's photos.