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James W. Lindley Letters, 1945 March-April

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 2

Scope and Contents

The folder contains V-mail letters from Cpl. James W. Lindley, San Francisco, CA, to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Taylor, Baldwin, Miss., and to Miss Ann Lindley, Aberdeen, Miss. In the letter to the Taylors, he writes, "I'm sad to hear Ira Taylor got killed. I don't think Germany will last much longer, and the Japanese not much longer after that." He talk of family and the war. In the letter to Lindley, he writes, "We hiked ten miles today and I'm tired. I have athlete's foot. Some of these fellows have been knocking off Japs'."


  • Creation: 1945 March-April

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From the Collection: 0.66 Linear Feet