Records of Jack Stafford, consisting of two series: Professional Papers, and Project Records.
Jack Stafford, a landscape architect was born in 1921 in Casper, Wyoming. He attended the University of Wyoming, studying
premed for three years before joining the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. As a pilot, Stafford flew numerous missions
in B-24s in the South Pacific and earned a Silver Star medal and seven separate oak leaf clusters for his outstanding service.
After leaving the Air Corps in 1944, he briefly became a pilot for Western Airlines and moved to California with his wife,
11 cartons, 1 manuscript box, XX tubes
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