Kenneth L. Ross Collection
This collection features military records from Kenneth L. Ross's service during World War II. Also included is correspondence during this time. A majority of the documents are photocopies.
Series I: Financial Records includes documents from the Veterans Administration, allotment of pay records, and class pay requests.
Series II: Military Correspondence includes letters written to Ross and other soldiers and letters from Ross.
Series III: Military Records includes various documents from Ross's flight school and service detachment.
Series IV: Special Orders includes special orders, training orders, personnel orders, and memorandum orders from 1943-1945.
- 1942-1945, undated
The material in this collection is in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Collections are stored offsite and must be requested in advance. See www.special.lib.utk.edu for detailed information. Collections must be requested through a registered Special Collections research account.
Conditions Governing Use
The UT Libraries claims only physical ownership of most material in the collections. Persons wishing to broadcast or publish this material must assume all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants on www.special.lib.utk.edu for detailed information. Collections must be requested through a registered Special Collections research account.
0.25 Linear Feet (5 folders)
This collection features military records from Kenneth L. Ross's service during World War II. Also included is correspondence during this time. Kenneth L. Ross served in the United States Air Forces as a pilot and aerial bomber.
Kenneth L. Ross Sr. was born September 6, 1922. He married Alice Kirby (1925-2015). Ross served in the United States Army during World War II, from 1942 through 1945. He trained as a pilot at Williams Field and completed the aerial bombers course in 1942. He continued to serve in the US Air Forces for the remainder of the war. He died July 8, 2010 and is buried in Davidson County, Tenn.
This collection was previously listed as part of MS.1298.
This collection was donated through the University of Tennessee's Center for the Study of War and Society.