The B-26 Marauder Archives at The University of Akron Archival Services, a Division of University Libraries, consists of approximately 250 cubic feet of historic materials that document the important contribution made by the B-26 Marauder and the men who flew them in World War II. Historical materials include:
The archives also contain the official records of numerous Marauder reunion groups including:
Published materials including bombardment group and squadron histories, personal accounts, and books and pamphlets are also included. Most published volumes are in the University Libraries’ online catalog and can be browsed by searching for B-26 Marauder Library.
Materials do not circulate but are available onsite during normal business hours. Inventories will be made available as they are created. Please contact Archival Services for further information. For a short history of the B-26 Marauder please visit “A Brief History of the Martin B-26 Marauder.”