This collection contains 12 correspondence of Sergeant Bernard Stein Greendorfer, 233rd General Hospital of the US 10th Army
in Okinawa during the Second World War. Greendorfer writes to his parents and his two sisters. The collection also contains
one photograph of Greendorfer from 1975, several uniform pieces including coat, pants, hat, and cap, and three pieces of realia.
Bernard (called Bud by his family and Barney by his wife) was born in San Francisco on December 17, 1910 to William and Mollie.
He had two sisters, Lilian and Rhoda. He grew up in S.F. and attended Lowell High School. He volunteered to serve in the
US Army during the Second World War despite having an eye impairment that resulted from a chemistry accident in high school.
He was in his 30s when he entered the service. He was part of the 233rd General Hospital unit in the 10th army medical corps.
He served in Okinawa.
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