Finding Aid for the Jay L. Baggett Second World War correspondence 2015.040.w.r
Center for American War Letters Archives
Orange, CA 92866
Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: Center for American War Letters Archives
Title: Jay L. Baggett Second World War correspondence
source: Baggett, Barbara J.
creator: Baggett, Jay L.
Identifier/Call Number: 2015.040.w.r
Physical Description: 0.5 Linear Feet (8 folders)
Date (inclusive): 1941-03-1945-08
Physical Location: Leatherby Libraries.
Abstract: This collection contains correspondence written by Corporal Jay L. Baggett, United States Army to his mother, Mrs. Sidney Baggett, and family during the Second World War. Also included are a photograph, a yearbook, and a Christmas menu.
This collection consists of correspondence and other materials from Cpl. Jay L. Baggett, USA to his mother, Sidney Baggett, and family during the Second World War. Inventory:
120 correspondence, personal 1941-1945
This collection is arranged by material type: correspondence, photographs, one yearbook, and ephemera.
This collection is open for research.
There are no restrictions on the use of this material except where previously copyrighted material is concerned. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain all permissions.
Gift of Barbara Baggett.
[Item title], Jay L. Baggett Second World War correspondence (2015.040.w.r), Center for American War Letters Archives, Chapman University, CA.
Cpl. Jay L. Baggett, USA served in Service Company, "the Breakers," 117th Infantry, 30th Division. His training was in Georgia and he served in Germany.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Correspondence -- World War, 1939-1945
World War II
World War, 1939-1945
World War, 1939-1945 -- Germany
World War, 1939-1945--France
Baggett, Barbara J.
Baggett, Jay L.
Series 3, Yearbook 1942-1943
Physical Description: 0.025 Linear Feet(1 folder)
This series contains the 1942-1943 yearbook for "The Breakers," 117th Infantry, Thirtieth Infantry Division, United States Army. The front pages of the yearbook are personalized for Cpl. Jay L. Baggett (he was a Private First Class at the time).