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This collection contains correspondence written by SSgt. William A. LeNoir, USAAC to his girlfriend, Ada Ketterlinus, during the Second World War. LeNoir worked behind the lines in the USAAC and spent time in England and France.
Staff Sergeant William LeNoir, United States Army Air Corps (4/13/1916 - 12/20/1974) was born in Philadelphia. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps on January 7, 1942. According to the donor, LeNoir "did his basic training in Albuquerque, posted to Oklahoma, and then to Cheyenne, Wyoming." LeNoir served overseas from October 27, 1943 until November 28, 1945 and was stationed in England and France. The donor writes that LeNoir "worked behind the lines in accounting and supplies."
.67 Linear feet (1 carton)
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