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Calvin W. Jolley papers

Calvin W. Jolley papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Calvin W. Jolley papers
Creator: Jolley, Calvin Woodrow, 1921-1989
Inclusive Dates: 1943-1945
Language: English
Extent: 0.5 Linear Feet 1 document box
Collection Number: ms3342
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Calvin W. Jolley (1921-1989) lived in Alabama and entered the Army in January 1943. He was in Co. M, 320th Infantry, 35th Division, U.S. Army and was stationed in England, France, Germany, Belgium and Holland. He returned home on the ship "Queen Mary" in September 1945.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and printed material. The WWII letters were written by Calvin Jolley to his wife, Yuma Gore Jolley, in Albertville, Alabama. Because of censorship he could not write her any details of combat, but his 2 September 1944 letter mentioned that he had been in four major battles. The printed material includes autographs of his fellow passengers on the "Queen Mary" and information about the 35th Division.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Calvin W. Jolley papers, ms3342, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Correspondence.
Istanbul (Turkey) -- Photographs.
Signatures (names)
Soldiers -- Alabama.
United States. Army -- Military life
United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 320th
World War, 1939-1945.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
boxfolder
11Biographical Information
 
12Correspondence, 1941-1943
 
13Correspondence, 1944 February-May
 
14Correspondence, 1944 June
 
15Correspondence, 1944 July-August
 
16Correspondence, 1944 September
 
17Correspondence, 1944 October
 
18Correspondence, 1944 November
 
19Correspondence, 1944 December
 
110Correspondence, 1945 January-February
 
111Correspondence, 1945 March-April
 
112Correspondence, 1945 May-August
 
113Correspondence - undated
 
114Empty envelopes, 1943-1945
 
115Printed material
 
116Photographs