Jack C. Woodliff Korean War correspondence
This collection contains correspondence from Cpl. Jack C. Woodliff, USA to his parents during the Korean War. In an April 1953 letter, Woodliff wrote that the section was responsible for distribution of classified and unclassified material in the 10th Corps and its units.
This collection also includes two pamphlets describing the operations and history of X Corps as well as various ephemera and realia, including a medal.
- Creation: 1952 August 17 - 1954 August 14
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Biographical / Historical
Corporal Jack Charles Woodliff, United States Army (8/22/1931 - 6/12/2016) was born in Jackson, Michigan to Clarence R. and Helen E. Woodliff, along with an older sister, Norma Jean. In about 1937, the family moved to San Diego. Woodliff attended Sweetwater Union High School and graduated in 1950.
Woodliff served in the Adjutant General's section in operations as a mimeograph operator with the 10th (X) Corps during the Korean War from January 2, 1953 to May 1, 1954. After leaving the service, Woodliff worked at several places in the San Diego area. He eventually moved to Monrovia, California in 1961 and started working for Advanced Structures. According to the donor, Woodliff retired from the company in 1996.
Woodliff died on June 12, 2016.
0.275 Linear feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
This collection contains correspondence, realia, and ephemera from Cpl. Jack C. Woodliff, USA who served as a mimeograph operator with the 10th (X) Corps in the Korean War. There are also pamphlets describing the operations and history of the X (10th) Corps.
This collection is arranged by material type, author, and date.
- Series 1, Correspondence from Jack C. Woodliff
- Series 2, Correspondence to Jack C. Woodliff
- Series 3, Military documents
- Series 4, Realia
- Series 5, Ephemera
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Madelline Woodliff.
1 Pamphlet has back cover loose
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