1. (National Archives photo locations from) Certain photos obtained from http://www.nara.gov/nara/nn/nns/ww2photo.html under this statement: "The pictures described in this list are from the holdings of the Still Picture Branch (NNSP) of the National Archives and Records Administration. Most are from the records of the Army Signal Corps in Record Group (RG) 111, the Department of the Navy in RG 80, the Coast Guard in RG 26, the Marine Corps in RG 127, and the Office of War Information in RG 208. Others were selected from the records of 12 additional agencies. Most World War II Air Force photographs are not in the National Archives."(No Air Force photographs were used) June 1998
2. The collage at /15511/index.htm is the work of team member Scott Hays who used public domain photographs available online from the National Archives and Records Administration and the Library of Congress Online.
3. The photos and captions at /15511/museum/ were obtained from Mrs. Malinda Ullrich, the classroom instructor. She received signed permission slips from each student's parent or guardian prior to taking the photos April 1998.
4. Photos of the toys, ration books, civil defense items, and radios contained within the directory /15511/museum/ were photographed by team members Scott Hays and Jacob Crouch after receiving verbal permission from antique store owners in the Galesburg area April 1998.
5. Photos and line art used throughout /15511/ (especially at /15511/gather/index.htm were taken from the Galesburg High School Reflector yearbook. It is the property of the Galesburg High School library and District 205 May 1998.
6. Sheet music photos at /15511/museum/entertainment.htm were provided by David Wilson, Kathy Ruberg, and Sheryl Hinman. Permission was granted through e-mail. Also, our coach, Sheryl Hinman is a member of the Journalism Education Association and is, therefore, entitled to use the Student Press Law Center resources. She asked for guidelines for using the sheet music photos and was told by their lawyers that it would be considered "fair use" if each example was kept small, was not the entire publication, and was used with educational commentary. June 1998.
7. Additional images located within the directory of /15511/museum/ were supplied by Donald and Debra Barker and William Hinman through e-mail April 1998.
8. The posters used in the upper right hand corner of most pages within the /15511/ website were obtained from the National Archives and Records Administration at http://www.nara.gov/exhall/powers/powers.html. All posters used in the Powers of Persuasion exhibit were made from the original posters in the custody of NARA's Still Picture Branch at the National Archives at College Park, MD. June 1998.
Publications on CD-ROM, Diskette, or Magnetic Tapes
1. "Vectors." MasterClips. San Rafael: IMSI, 1996
2. "World War II." World History 20th Century. New Rochelle: MultiEducator, 1996.
1. Hatcher, Susan Frances and Hatcher, Caroll Jordan. "Organizing Peace: World War II and Beyond." CJHATCHER & ASSOCIATES, INC., 1996
1. Heller, Steve. Who's Afraid of Java. New York: AP Professional, 1997.
2. Capelle, Dr. Hank van, and Bovenkamp, Dr. Peter van de. "Hitlers Henchmen." London: Bison Books Ltd, 1990.
3. Keegan, John. "Atlas of the Second World War." London: HarperCollins, 1997.
4. Keegan, John. "The Second World War." New York: Penguin Books, 1989.
5. Stokesbury, James L. "A Short History of the Second World War." New York: William and Morrow Company, 1980.
6. Sulzberger, C.L. "World War II." Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1969.
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