John E. Lane WWII Memoir
This collection consists of John E. Lane's short memoir about his experiences as a private in the United States Marine Corps beginning in June of 1944. The memoir provides details about boot camp as well as Lane's experience aboard the USS Hinsdale, a troop ship sent to Iwo Jima. The manuscript is 98 pages long and includes several appendices including a bibliography.
- 1985 May 29-1986 February 14, undated
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This collection consists of John E. Lane's short memoir about his experiences as a private in the United States Marine Corps beginning in June of 1944.
John E. Lane was born in Brooklyn, NY on June 12, 1926, to John and Selena Durack Lane. After graduating from high school in June 1944, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and was on board the USS Hinsdale, a troop ship sent to Iwo Jima.
John Lane graduated with a master’s degree from Columbia University's East Asian Institute and was a professor of history at Long Island University. He was married and had two children: John and Patricia.
He is buried in Rest-Haven Memorial Park in Eugene, OR.
This collection consists of one folder.
This collection was originally listed as part of MS.1298. It was then listed as CSWS.WWII.3.0001 until receiving its current number.
This collection is the property of Special Collections.