Collection Dates: 1915 -- 1976
184 items; .5 linear feet
This document describes a collection of materials held
Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1420
Posted to Internet: March 1998
papers of Jackson L. Hyde were donated to the University of Iowa Libraries
by Thelma C. Chrissman.
The papers of Jackson L. Hyde were donated to the University of Iowa Libraries by Thelma C. Chrissman.
and Restrictions: This
collection is open for research.
This collection is open for research.
Photographs: Box 1, Box 2
Ephemera: Gasoline ration stamps box 1
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Jackson Lester Hyde was born September 17, 1915, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the son of Claude M. (1891 -- 1938) and Catherine Pearl Hudnutt Hyde (1893 -- ). Hyde was married to Stella Irene Hyde (Sallie), who had a daughter (Nancy) from a previous marriage. Upon entering military service in 1942, Jackson Hyde, was stationed at Fort Custer, Fort Knox, Fort Benning, and Camp Gordon. A technician fourth grade, he was trained as a radio operator in the 210th Armored Infantry Battalion, 10th Armored (Tiger) Division, U.S. Army. After being shipped overseas in late May or early June of 1944, Jackson L. Hyde, served in France, Belgium, and Germany. He was killed in action, March 2, 1945, presumably at Trier, Germany. Hyde was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star for heroic achievement in connection with military operations...at Noville, Belgium during the period 19 - 20 December 1944, and the Purple Heart for the wounds resulting in his death.
Scope and Contents
This collections consists of one hundred eighty four items arranged chronologically within larger alphabetical divisions. Included in the collection are items of correspondence, greeting cards, military medals, a scrapbook, photographs, and similar items dating from 1915 to 1976.
Baby book, 1915
Continuous Discharge Book, 1938 -- 1941, issued by U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation
Correspondence, 1930 -- 1976
Gasoline ration stamps and record book, 1934 -- 1944
Greeting cards -- From Hyde to his mother, Catherine Pearl Hudnutt Hyde
Insignias -- From Hyde's uniform
Medals -- Bronze star and purple heart, 1945
Military ID -- dogtags
Miscellaneous, 1944 -- 1945 and undated
National Service Life Insurance -- application, 1942
Newspaper clippings, 1945 and undated
Paperweight, containing a photograph of Hyde
Presidential certificate, 1945
Scrapbook, 1944 -- 1948