Kermit Washington Bender Post-Second World War correspondence
Collection — Box: WWII 14, Folder: 8
This collection contains postcard correspondence primarily written to Private Kermit Washington Bender, U.S. Army, from his family and friends after the Second World War. The cards sent to Bender are Easter, birthday, and Christmas cards, in which his family checks in. On his cards, he writes about to where he's been traveling, new addresses where they should send their letters, and how he yearns to be home.
- 1946 March 25-1946 December 17
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Biographical / Historical
Private Kermit Washington Bender's parents were Jacob and Bertha Bender. He had two brothers, Jerry and Charlie, a sister, Mary, and a niece, Gloria Dawn. The family lived near Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
.08 Linear feet (1 folder)
This collection contains postcards sent to and from Pvt. Kermit Washington Bender, USA, after the Second World War.
This collection is arranged by material type, author, and date.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Pamela J. Hertzog.
Chapman does not hold the IP rights to this collection.
- Finding Aid for the Kermit Washington Bender Post-Second World War correspondence
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- Lee Feldman
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