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Newly online: The A. T. Patrick Letters

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S/Sgt A.T. Patrick was a radio operator during World War II stationed in Walla Walla, Washington; Redmond, Oregon; and Avon Park, Florida. He enlisted in the Army in May 1941.

The A. T. Patrick Letters (MS 2136) consists of thirty-seven letters from Sgt. A. T. Patrick to Mary E. Coffman in Keyser, West Virginia. All of the letters were to “Sally.” Every letter expressed how much he missed Sally and how he thought about her frequently.

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