Henley, Raymond D. (fl. 1945-1953) [Miscellaneous World War II documents]
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Documents of Raymond D. Henley, a marine in World War II. Includes his squad record which notes weapons used, has personal information about squad members, and lists men killed in action. Also contains a color certificate noting that Henley participated in "the ceremony at the surrender of Japanese military forces in the ara of Tsingtao, China, 25 October 1945." Other documents include a few telegrams, some envelopes, newspaper clippings, his driver's license, and other ephemera.
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