Title of Collection
Philip J. Himes Papers, 1943-1992
Scope and Content Note
This collection is composed of one folder that contains documents (articles, transcripts, letters) to support Philip J. Himes' status as a conscientious objector during World War II.
Philip Himes appeal his service in the Armed Forces of the United States based on his religious beliefs opposing war. Based on the documents we have, he was granted an exemption and received status of a conscientious objector. He entered Civilian Public Service (CPS) March 16, 1944 and served until May 28, 1946. He was assigned to Camp 128, a Bureau of Reclamation Camp located near Lapine, Oregon.
David P. Himes
Extent of Collection
One folder (housed in small manuscripts)
Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #279
Center for Restoration Studies
Himes, Philip J., "Philip J. Himes Papers, 1943-1992" (2018). Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids. 566.
Closed to public research. Contact Milliken Special Collections for assistance.
Finding Aid created by
ACU StaffAudrey Schaffner
Himes, Philip J., 1921-2002
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