This collection contains correspondence, photographs and other materials from the service of LtCol. T.H. Pritchett, USA, during
the Second World War, Korean War, and the remainder of his service until retirement in 1962. Included in the collection are
correspondence from the Korean War, photographs, medals and ribbons, award certificates, maps, and military documents, as
well as various memorabilia.
Lieutenant Colonel T.H. Pritchett, United States Army (2/24/1915 - 8/21/1988) was born in McKinney, Texas and lived in Sanger
in Denton County with his mother Leddie, and his sister Virginia (who was head of the household according to the 1940 census)
when he enlisted on February 5, 1942. He trained with Company C, 55th Medical Training Battalion at the Medical Replacement
Training Center at Camp Barkeley, Texas where he was promoted first to Corporal and then Sergeant.
2.5 Linear Feet
(1 document box, 2 flat boxes)
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This collection is open for research.