Albert J. Leblanc Second World War correspondence and photograph
Collection — Box: WWII 102, Folder: 32, Folder: 1
This collection contains one correspondence written by Sgt. Albert J. Leblanc, USA to his parents during the Second World War. Also included is a reproduced photograph portrait of Sgt. Leblanc in uniform. The correspondence is dated January 25, 1943 and written to his mother and father from Sicily. In it he tells them to respond to his brother Alfred's question about the Italian language, that he only knows a few words because it is similar to his native French. He also mentions the weather, and then discusses a corporal in his section named Edward [Larasseau] who received a letter from his mother in French so he translated, as he does for many men who receive French letters from women in North Africa.
- 1943 January 25
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Biographical / Historical
Sergeant Albert J. Leblanc, United States Army (4/16/1914 - 6/26/1954) was born in Fisherville, New Brunswick, Canada to Charles and Emma. He served with Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 108th Antiaircraft Artillery Gun Battalion.
.01 Linear feet (1 folder)
This collection contains one correspondence written by Sgt. Albert J. Leblanc, USA to his parents during the Second World War. Also included is a photograph of Sgt. Leblanc.
The items in this collection are arranged together.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Daniel J. Leblanc.
The spelling of the last name, using a lower case 'b', was inferred from the donor's typed address and name.
- Finding Aid for the Albert J. Leblanc Second World War correspondence and photograph
- Andrew Harman
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