Finding Aid for Loretta Golino World War Two correspondence 2014.124.w.r
Finding aid prepared by Daniel Levy
Center for American War Letters9/29/2014
Title: Loretta Golino World War Two Correspondence
Identifier/Call Number: 2014.124.w.r
Contributing Institution: Center for American War Letters
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 0.025 Linear feet 1 Folder
Date (inclusive): 1942-1945
Abstract: Two Letters and one memo of Loretta Golino, who worked at Norris Stamping and Maunfacturing in Los Angeles during World War Two.
[Item title / description; Box "n" / Folder "n"], Loretta Golino World War Two Correspondence (2014.124.w.r), Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives, Chapman University, CA.
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Two letters and one memo of Loretta Golino. One letter is a thank you note from the United Service Organization thanking Miss Golino and her group "The Yankettes" for dancing with soldiers at the USO facility in Los Angeles. The other letter and memo are from a Mr. Norris to his employees, explaining the process for employment following the Japanese surrender. All materials are originals.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
World War II
World War, 1939-1945--Homefront