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Admin/Biog History John E. Elbert was the pastor at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church located at the south east corner of Bowen and School. His wife's name was Ella J. Elbert.
Classification Archives
Collection John E. Elbert
Dates of Accumulation 1944
Abstract V-Mail Letter from Corporal Kenneth Juedes, 1st Auxillery Surgical Group, to Reverend John E. Elbert.

2/25/44
Dear Rev. & Members
I haven't written for sometime again but I'm busy now. I work in a Station Hosp. 12 hours a day & you don't get much time. I work in the operating rooms. They call us the butcher boys. I don't care much for that kind of work but I have to do it. I'm going to try to go & see Kelly one of these days. I suppose we will have lots of fun cause we haven't seen each other in over a year. I sure would be glad to see him. We been having a few air raids around here lately but they weren't close enough to do us any harm. Guess that's all I know for this time. Will write again
Sincerely yours
Kenneth
Event World War II
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Legal Status Oshkosh Public Museum
Object ID RG72.19.1
Object Name Letter
People Elbert, John E.
Juedes, Kenneth
Subjects World War II
Letters
United States Army
European Theater of Operations
Medical aspects of war
Title Letter
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