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From Active Duty to Veteran: Honoring Military Service in America

Fall 2014 exhibit highlighting materials from the Preservation and Special Collections Department and Government Publications Department.


Books in the Library

U. S. Military in Korea

A grief stricken American infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier. In the background a corpsman methodically fills out casualty tags, Haktong-ni area, Korea.  August 28, 1950.  Sfc. Al Chang.  
 Photo Courtesy of PD-USGov-Military-Army-Department of Defense


U.S. Marine Corps soldier inches forward under fire on the Central Korean front
Photo Courtesy U.S. Marine Corps, Cpl. W.T. Wolfe, 1950
Naval History & Heritage Command 

Remembering Korea: Resources on the Web

Located in West Potomac Park, south of the National Mall in D.C., the Korean War Veterans Memorial consists of 19 statues depicting a platoon of servicemen on patrol, a wall inscribed with the nations that contributed troops to the war, and a granite-lined "Pool of Remembrance." Photo courtesy of NBC.comMarcy Nighswander  /  AP

Government Publications

The University of Memphis is proud to serve as a Federal Depository Library.

The University Libraries is proud to serve as one of Tennessee's Federal Depository Libraries. Click the above link to be redirected to the Government Publication's Department.


Special Collections