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Earle Lloyd Johnson WWII Photograph Album

Identifier: SC 00264

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World War II photograph album created by Earle Lloyd Johnson, an African American who served on the Pacific coast during the war as part of the 4188th Quarter Master Service Company.  In the book, Johnson gives details in regard to names on photographs, his troop movements with corresponding dates, ships he served upon, and a list of casualties from his company during his service.


  • Creation: 1943-1946


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The collection description/finding aid is written in English

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Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository