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Re: OMPF records worth reconstruction?
Posted by: Norm Richards (ID *****0170) Date: February 19, 2011 at 19:40:54
In Reply to: OMPF records worth reconstruction? by Carolyn Denson of 22578

I request WWII files daily in the research room at the Records Center here in St. Louis. I will request the file for you and check the morning reports for his name when he was wounded.( I'm the Asst. Historian for the 90th Infantry Division Association).

I would not recommend spending $60.00 for a file when you don't know what's in it. Sounds like it could be a "B" file, meaning it survived the fire but with damage. Please feel free to contact me directly if you wish.

<nrichards2@juno.com>

Norm Richards


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