Hermon C. Sloan Papers
This collection consists of three poems by Sloan: "Long Overdue," "The Other Woman In My Life," and "That Girl Called Liberty." Also included is a biographical statement.
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This collection contains three patriotic poems by Hermon C. Sloan, a World War II veteran, and a biographical statement.
Hermon C. Sloan was born July 8, 1919, Knoxville, Tenn. He enlisted in the Navy on June 3, 1940 and attended basic training at Norfolk, Va. Upon completion, he volunteered for submarine duty and was sent to school in Connecticut. During World War II, First Class Electrician Sloan spent 53 out of 72 months in a war zone doing patrols in the South Pacific aboard the Salmon. He was discharged from the military on June 3, 1946, and returned to Knoxville where he worked as a police officer.
Collection consists of a single folder.
This collection was donated to Special Collections by Hermon C. Sloan on August 29, 2002.