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Guide to the DeWayne Lundgren Papers
1942-1945
  MS 393

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Title: DeWayne Lundgren Papers
Dates: 1942-1945
Abstract: DeWayne Lundgren, a Brooklyn, New York resident, was a private in the United States Army, serving in the 830th Signal Service Company during World War Two. After training in Fort Monmouth, NJ, he was posted to Africa and England 1943 - 1945. This collection contains approximately 232 letters from DeWayne to his girlfriend, Bertha Doktor, plus newsletters from Africa, The Stars and Stripes clippings, and a few of Bertha's letters to DeWayne.
Quantity: 1.44 Linear feet (3.5 boxes)
Location note: Manuscript cage
Call Phrase: MS 393