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Box 1


Contains 9 Results:

Correspondence, 1943 January - 1944 August

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: id52416
Scope and Contents

Letters from Harold Chipman to Mrs. Herbert Strout (Mrs. Phyllis C. Strout), his sister. Stationed at Marine Engine School in Maine in January, but overseas in a combat zone by May. Son, Harold, Jr., in Camp Gordon in Johnston, Florida in Sept. 1943. Greeting card from "Senior Class, UHS; with greeting, "Here's Our Gift to One of Uncle Sam's Boys!" Undated. Sgt. C.H. Copeland to Miss Margorie P. Upton of Salem, Massachusetts.

Correspondence, 1944 September - November

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Identifier: id52417
Scope and Contents

Includes letters from S.S. Wallace, signed “Grampy and Aunt Sally,” to Phyllis Strout, letters between Phyllis Strout and Herbert Strout, Vmail from Harold Chipman to Mrs. Herbert Strout and letter from Roy Strout to Herbert Strout, his brother. Private Herbert C. Strout is stationed in Camp Croft, South Carolina. Letters contain family and local news.

Correspondence, 1944 December 3 - 23

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Identifier: id52418
Scope and Contents

Correspondents are Harold Strout, Phyllis Strout, Herbert Strout's parents and Shirley Strout.

Correspondence, 1944 December 23 - 31

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Identifier: id52419
Scope and Contents

Correspondents are Herbert Strout, Phyllis Strout, Roy Strout and Ruth Chipman.

Correspondence, 1945 January

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: id52420
Scope and Contents

Correspondents are Herbert Strout, Phyllis Strout and Mrs. Agnes Strout to her son.

Correspondence, 1945 February-May

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Identifier: id52421
Scope and Contents

Private S. P. Wallace (Uncle Phil) to Mrs. Phyllis Strout. He is in a combat zone fighting Germans. Vmail from Herbert Strout to Phyllis and family. He is stationed in Germany.

Correspondence, 1945 June and November

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 7
Identifier: id52422
Scope and Contents Herbert Strout, in Germany, to his wife on February 4, 1946, “we are having court again…this afternoon I am going to go out on a little investigation…” . By March 1946, Herbert writes to his wife that he is tired of arguing by letter and had hoped to return to a happy home, which is not the case. Trouble between his wife and their families. On March 17, 1946, he comments "We got a German General a few days ago that is wanted for war crimes.” Other correspondents are Barbara Chipman and Aunt...

Correspondence, 1951-1959

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 8
Identifier: id52423
Scope and Contents

Herbert Strout to Private Elwood J. Strout. On envelope: Absent without leave, current address unknown. 1951 T.R. (Tom) Chipman of the United States Air Force, Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Mississippi, to his sister, Phyllis Strout. 1959.

Certificate for Herbert C. Strout, signed by President Harry S. Truman, undated.

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 9
Identifier: id52424
Scope and Contents From the Series: Mostly correspondence between Herbert C. Strout and his wife, Phyllis Chipman Strout and daughter, Margaret, while Herbert Strout was stationed in South Carolina and Germany as a private in the U.S. Army. Other correspondents include Harold Chipman, Roy Strout, Shirley P. Strout, Ruth Chipman, Barbara Chipman, Tom Chipman, Elwood Strout and other relatives. Herbert Strout was stationed in Germany at the end of the war and during the occupation. Letters contain family and local news. Military...