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United States. Navy--Hospital corpsmen

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Carl S. Worboys Letters

Identifier: SC 00442
Content Description 27 letters and VMails from Carl Worboys to his family written from Europe between 1943- 1945 while he served aboard the USS Seminole and USS Acadia, both hospital ships during the second World War. Worboys writes about his travel across the Atlantic, weather and conditions in Europe and the Mediterranean, books he has read, church services, and the lack of alcohol to the troops. He states in one letter that some of the men are torn of where they will go first once they are back in the...

N. L. Michael Letters,

Identifier: SC 00054
Scope and Contents

Three letters written by US Navy Corpsman, N. L. Michael, while serving in the Da Nang Run Area of Vietnam.

Maurice Shimmiok Letter

Identifier: SC 01517
Scope and Contents

Letter to Lewis Fraust Jr. about going to hospital corps school and the weather in Idaho.