Fred L. Dooley Second World War Correspondence
Collection — Box: WWII 102, Folder: 22
This collection contains one correspondence to Cpl. Fred L. Dooley from his mother shortly after the Second World War. Cpl. Dooley's mother, Mary, wrote from Newark, New Jersey in September, 1945 and hopes that he will be home soon, preferably by Christmas, and believes he will because he already has 71 points. She is happy that he is safe and discusses his new nephew/god son (Florence's child) and some of the other family members. Also included in the collection are 15 six cent air mail stamps with a picture of a plane.
- 1945 September 24
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Biographical / Historical
Corporal Frederick Leo Dooley, United States Army (6/9/1922 - 9/5/2000) was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey to Frederick and Mary Dooley. Cpl. Dooley was the only son with several sisters, including Florence who is mentioned in the letter from his mother at the end of the war. He served with Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 106th Infantry. More biographical information can be found here: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/92384072.
.01 Linear feet (1 folder)
This collection contains one correspondence from Mary Dooley to her son Cpl. Fred L. Dooley, USA shortly after the Second World War. Also included are several loose stamps.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Beverly Dooley West.
- Finding Aid for the Fred L. Dooley Second World War correspondence
- Andrew Harman
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