Ronald E. Cisney Korean War correspondence
Collection — Box: Korea 6
This collection contains correspondence written by Corporal Ronald E. Cisney to his mother and stepfather during his service in the Army, 1949 - 1952. Correspondence includes letters written during his basic training at Fort Ord, service in Okinawa, service in Korea, duty assignment at Fort Riley, KS, and while hospitalized at Percy Jones Army Hospital in Battle Creek, MI. Correspondence begins in November 1949 when Cisney writes from Fort Ord, CA to "Mother and Blaine" (Mr. and Mrs. Blaine F. Bybee) in Norwalk, CA.
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Biographical / Historical
Corporal Ronald E. Cisney, United States Army is a cousin to Douglass R. Nicklas whose collection is in CAWLA (Resource 2018.068. w. r). From the donor form: "Ronald joined the Army right out of high school - age 17 in 1949. He suffered injury in Korea and finished his 'hitch' in Fort Riley, KS." -- Graves of Cisney's mother and stepfather: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10613512/blaine-flinders-bybee https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10613513/eda-bybee -- News article about Cisney's infantry regiment: https://www.ocregister.com/2010/06/21/few-know-of-the-tragic-29th-in-korea/ --
.5 Linear Feet (13 folders)
This collection contains correspondence written by Cpl. Ronald E. Cisney, USA, during his service in the Army during the Korean War.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Diane Nicklas
Chapman does not hold the IP rights to this collection.
- Finding Aid for the Ronald E. Cisney Korean War correspondence
- Sharon Clairemont
- May 22, 2018
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