• Creator
  • Hinton, Paul D
  • Created Date
  • 1951-03-29
  • Description
  • Paul is in Korea in the Cavalry. He has not been getting his mail for a couple months because he is moving around so much. They traveled across Korea via railroad. Paul thinks the towns are a complete wreck. He is not exactly sure where he is but sees jets fly over. He has been sleeping on a wood floor and has not had a bath in 4 days. This letter is part of the Jesse G. Dorsey Korean War Correspondence collection. Dorsey was the Director of R... more
    Paul is in Korea in the Cavalry. He has not been getting his mail for a couple months because he is moving around so much. They traveled across Korea via railroad. Paul thinks the towns are a complete wreck. He is not exactly sure where he is but sees jets fly over. He has been sleeping on a wood floor and has not had a bath in 4 days. This letter is part of the Jesse G. Dorsey Korean War Correspondence collection. Dorsey was the Director of Recreation and Welfare and editor of the Speed-O-Meter newsletter for the Louisville Cement Company. Dorsey began sending monthly letters and the Speed-O-Meter to local service personnel during WWII. He continued this through the Korean War and for sometime afterwards. less
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