Thomas D. Armstrong Jr., World War II letters
Scope and Contents
Thomas D. Armstrong Jr. World War II letters, 1944-1945, .012 cubic feet, to his parents and siblings in which he describes his life as he completed basic infantry training and officer candidate school. He was assigned to the 30th Infantry responsible for destroying Japanese armament and his letters describe interactions with the Japanese population.
- Creation: 1944-1945
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research use.
.012 Cubic Feet (Half-size document box.)
Language of Materials
The letters total .012 cubic feet, and are organized in chronological order.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was purchased from Beltrone & Company by the Small Special Collections Library at the University of Virginia on December 13, 2016.
- Thomas D. Armstrong, Jr. World War II letters
- Ellen Welch
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Charlottesville Virginia 22904-4110 United States