J. C. Scarbrough Collection
This collection consists of two newspaper clippings from 1995 featuring World War II veteran J. C. Scarbrough. One clipping recalls J. C. Scarbrough's experience in D-Day, and the second clipping recalls his experiences on V-E Day. There is also an undated typewritten narrative called Thoughts About D-Day by Scarbrough.
- 1995, undated
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0.1 Linear Feet (1 folder)
This collection consists of two newspaper clippings from 1995 featuring World War II veteran J. C. Scarbrough as well as a typewritten narrative called Thoughts About D-Day by Scarbrough.
J. C. Scarbrough is a native of Harriman, Tennessee.
This collection was previously listed as MS.2593.
This collection was donated through the University of Tennessee's Center for the Study of War and Society.