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The manuscript index contains links to finding aids for the collections of the Booth Library.  Each finding aid has a description of that collection along with a listing of the items within that collection.  The Booth Library staff and volunteers are updating the index daily in order to make your research experience more productive.

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Collection TitleCL 18 Arnold Jerome CollectionCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByRachel Dworkin
Date Completed:05/07/2008
Provenance:This collection was donated to the Booth Library by Helen Jerome in 2007. 
Terms:Military police; Naples (Italy); United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945
Historical:

Arnold B. Jerome-Arnold Jerome was born November 18, 1911 to Max and Ella Jerome of Elmira, New York.  He graduated from Elmira Free Academy in 1928 and from Yale University in 1932.  After graduating, he returned home to work as a manager at his parents' clothing store, then known as the Empire Credit Clothing Co. at 314 East Water Street.  He enlisted in the United States Army in July of 1942. From the summer of 1943 to April of 1945, he served as the chief clerk for the 59th Military Police Company, Police District No. 1 in the city of Naples, Italy.  On April 5, 1945, Jerome was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and transferred to the 803rd Military Police Battalion, also in Naples.  He was honorably discharged from the army on February 3, 1946 and returned home from Elmira to take charge of his family store.  In 1948, he married Etta, a former Army nurse.   

Scope:The Arnold Jerome Collection consists of material related to Jerome's service as an MP during WWII and includes his official service record, various orders and military correspondence, training manuals and records pertaining to the 59th MP Company stationed in Naples, Italy.  The collection also includes a photo album with over 100 images of Arnold and his wife Etta during their respective tours of duty. 
Extent.5 linear feet
Date Span1928-1947
AbstractThis collection contains materials pertaining to Arnold Jerome's service as an MP during WWII.


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Manual-FM 21-20, War Department Basic Field Manual: Physical Training, March 6, 1941. Booklet010607
A Manual for Courts-Martial U.S. Army, 1928.Booklet010608
Poster of different globes, prepared and distributed by Army Orientation Course, Special Service Division, Services of Supply, 1942.Poster010701
Newsmap with a map showing the progress of the war effort as of February 1943 with articles highlighting various campaigns.Poster010702
Photograph album of images taken during Arnold and Etta Jerome's service during WWII, 1942-1947. Photograph AlbumAlbum00
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