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Clark Family Second World War Correspondence
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This collection contains letters, photographs and ephemera from nine Clark brothers: Pvt. George H. Clark, U.S. Coast Guard; Pvt. Albert M. Clark, U.S. Army; Motor Machinist's Mate, Donald T. Clark, U.S. Navy; Lt. Robert T. Clark, U.S. Army; Cpl. Stuart W. Clark, U.S. Army; Pfc. David J. Clark, U.S. Army; S/Sgt.John Neil Clark, U.S. Army; Cpl. Oliver Joseph Clark, U.S. Army, and Duncan Clark to their parents Donald Sr. and Celia Nunn Clark in Orange, CA and to other friends and family, primarily about their service during the Second World War. The bulk of the correspondence was written by Albert, David, Donald, George, Robert and Stuart Clark.
This collection contains correspondence from nine Clark brothers, sons of Donald Sr. and Celia Nunn Clark. The Clark family lived at 607 W. Palmyra, Orange, CA, where they had a citrus farm (Yale Grove). Donald Clark, Sr. was the son of Albert Barnes Clark and Mary Teegarden Clark, early citrus farmers in Orange, CA. See Series 10. -- Biographical resources include "Pioneer Ranch Life in Orange: A Victorian Woman in Southern California" by Mary Teegarden Clark. -- https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/donald-clark_88250922 https://www.geni.com/people/Celia-Clark/6000000003456924896
2.75 Linear feet
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