Library Holdings

THE MISSION OF THE George C. Marshall Research Library is to collect, preserve, and make available to scholars a documented record of the life and public service career of George Catlett Marshall. That mission includes a variety of military and diplomatic history issues between the years 1900 and 1960. The Research Library’s main holding is the George C. Marshall Papers.

Holdings

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Collections

Browse an alphabetical list of all the collections.
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Posters

View over 800 World War I and II posters.
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Photographs

An extensive collection from Marshall’s career.
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Digital Archives

Digitized documents from selected collections.

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Maps

Search over 2,000 maps from World War I and II.
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Documents

Selected documents from the library’s extensive collection.
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Microfilm

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Audio/Video

Files referencing all aspects of Marshall’s career.
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Oral Histories

Series of recorded interviews with Marshall and associates.


Research Support

The library is open Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Please contact the library staff at 540-463-7103 in advance
if you are planning a research visit.

Paul B. Barron – Director of Library and Archives (ext 129)
Jeffrey Kozak – Archivist and Assistant Librarian (ext 122)
Cara Sonnier – Digital Content Librarian (ext 125)

COLLECTIONS

Because of the roles played by their subjectthe Marshall Papers are particularly valuable sources for the study of political and military decisions made during this era. George C. Marshall was Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army; Special Ambassador seeking to mediate the civil war in China; Secretary of State; and Secretary of Defense.

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The Marshall Papers
COLLECTIONS

The William F. Friedman Collection documents the career of a pioneer in the field of modern cryptology who many experts consider to be the greatest of all time. Read More ...

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DIGITAL COLLECTIONS

The 100th Infantry Division, during its months of combat in Northeastern France and Western Germany, liberated or captured over 400 towns.Read More ...

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