"Boom" Second World War correspondence
Collection — Box: WWII 22, Folder: 16
This collection contains one correspondence from "Boom" written in Pearl Harbor preceding the Second World War. "Boom" was serving on a ship in the United States Navy and was writing to his sweetheart in San Diego on Easter Sunday. He mentioned buying her some gifts from Honolulu and seeing a program at the YMCA, having beers, with a friend named Chappel. He mentioned coming home soon, but it may take some time once he gets in because he is in charge of the ship's compass.
- 1938 April 17
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.025 Linear feet (1 folder)
This collection contains one correspondence from "Boom" written in Pearl Harbor preceding the Second World War.
The donor, Aaron Brick, found the letter on the ground in San Francisco shortly after an older neighbor moved out.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Aaron Brick.
- Finding Aid for the "Boom" Second World War correspondence
- Andrew Harman
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