Rowland Young Letters
Scope and Contents
Two letters from Rowland Young to his parents dated July 20, 1043 and October 1, 1944. In his letters Young talks about his dislike for the Medical Corps and time spent at Camp Pickett in Virginia. Young served with the Eleventh Engineer Combate Battalion, Company B. during World War II.
- Creation: 1943-1944
- Young, Rowland (Person)
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- Guide to the Rowland Young Letters
- Finding Aid Authors: Christina Luers.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English