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Letter from P. Centofanti to M. Massullo

Show simple item record Centofanti, Pietro 2021-08-23T09:30:01Z 2021-08-23T09:30:01Z 1943-08-05
dc.description 6 p. en_US
dc.description.abstract While stationed in the woods at Camp Claiborne, Pietro Centofanti writes to his girlfriend, Mary Massullo . He discusses his encounter camping with snakes. He discusses the conditions in the woods, such that he is not allowed to use a radio. He also tells her that he will not be coming home until the war is over. He discusses his thoughts regarding his future station in Europe. The stationary Centofanti writes on describes the history of New Orleans, as well as the Louisiana Bayou. This letter is part of documents from the Centofanti family. This collection includes correspondence during the World War from 1939 to 1945 and other family history records. This written correspondence discussed life as a soldier and the city of Youngstown during the 1940s. en_US
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dc.subject World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, American en_US
dc.title Letter from P. Centofanti to M. Massullo en_US

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