Vincent Ferrando Vietnam War correspondence
This collection contains 14 letters by Senior Master Sergeant Vincent Ferrando, United States Army to his nine year old daughter Karen Ferrando, during the Vietnam War. Ferrando calls his daughter "Botita" in his letters. He does not write much of Vietnam other than the weather. He compliments his daughter on her handwriting and tells her how much he enjoys receiving her letters. In the spring of 1968 he went to Australia for six days and described seeing kangaroos, koala bears, ostriches, and talking parrots.
- Creation: 1967 December - 1968 October
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0.025 Linear Feet (1 folder)
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This collection contains the correspondence of SMSgt Vincent Ferrando, USA to his daughter Karen of Clarksville, Tennessee, during the Vietnam War.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Karen Ferrando. Legacy collection from Andrew Carroll.
- Finding Aid for the Vincent Ferrando Vietnam War correspondence
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