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Have scrapbook full of pictures
Posted by: Joyce Glover (ID *****3067) Date: May 19, 2003 at 11:05:57
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My uncle was in the Korean War but died in 1953 after he returned home. My grandmother kept a scrapbook that he had full of pictures of his regiment and the places he went. It's a beautiful scrapbook and I would love for someone he was in the service with to have it since none of the pictures mean anything to me. However, I do not know what regiment he was in and have no way of letting others who may appreciate the content of this know of its existence. Is there any way I could find out what regiment he was in? I haven't found any listings on the internet.


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