George B. McDonald Papers
The George B. McDonald papers consists of photographs of the gun crew on the Alfred J. Lyon, the reunion of the 6th Aircraft Repair Unit, military documents photocopies of the separation record, honorable discharge papers, a booklet on the history of the 6th Aircraft Unit, and press clippings concerning war recollections and missions.
- 1942 May 12-1993
The material in this collection is in English
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0.25 Linear Feet
This collection consists of George McDonald's photographs, military documents, and war recollections.
George B. Mcdonald was born November 9, 1921. McDonald enlisted in the United States Army Air Forces on February 3, 1942, as Private and within a few months moved the ranks to Corporal Supply clerk and Gunner, Antiaircraft. He died June 28, 2010.
This collection consists of four folders.
This collection was originally listed as a part of MS.2012. It was then listed as CSWS.WWII.1.0010 until receiving its current number.
Materials were donated either by the veterans listed in the collection or by their families.