Title:Gwyn P. Rees miscellany, 1943-1944
Creator/Contributor:Rees, Gwyn P., creator
Creator/Contributor:Rees, Gertrude., Correspondent.
Consists chiefly of letters from Lt. Col. Rees from military bases in Calif., as well as Texas, Utah, and Wash., to his wife,
Gertrude, in San Francisco. Most of the letters are written while stationed near Pasadena, and later from an undisclosed location
in the Pacific (probably Hawaii). He writes mainly about matters on the bases and at home, upcoming leave periods, anticipated
transfers, and how he misses San Francisco. Rees also refers to his inability to write as freely as he would like due censorship
of the mail. Finally, there is assorted correspondence including a "V-mail" letter from Gertrude to Gwyn (some of his letters
from the Pacific are also "V-mail"), and a few internal memos.
Subject:United States. -- Army -- Military life
United States. -- Army -- Officers -- Correspondence
United States. -- Army. -- Western Defense Command and Fourth Army.
United States. -- Army Service Forces. -- Ninth Service Command.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American
1 box (.4 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 99/284 cp