George Catlett Marshall and Katherine Tupper Marshall Collection
The collection consists of three distinct series of records: the George Catlett Marshall Collection, the Marshall Correspondence Collection, and the Katherine T. Marshall Collection. Also known as the Winn Collection.
The George Catlett Marshall Collection consists of records that he acquired throughout his lifetime, from his first Army to retirement.The Marshall Correspondence Collection consists of correspondence files maintained by George Catlett Marshall from 1938 to 1959, which ranges from autograph requests and birthday greetings to personal correspondence and household records. The Katherine Tupper Marshall Collection consists of records that she acquired from the period of George Catlett Marshall’s service as Chief of Staff of the United States Army during World War II through his death. The records relating to the publication of Together: Annals of An Army Wife as well as tributes to George C. Marshall after his death form two distinct subseries within the collection.
The types of documents that appear in this collection include correspondence, official documents, textual records, bound volumes, subject files, photographs and newspaper clippings. Maps and oversized items from this collection are stored separately.