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1944 Dec. 11

Dunlop, Robert H.

Telegram from Robert H. Dunlop to Hyman Ozersky

Washington (D.C.) - Western Union telegram informing Hyman Ozersky that his son, Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky has been missing in action for almost a month, since November 12, 1944 on Leyte Island.

Ozer Family Papers

1945 Aug. 9

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Sending lots of news on friends lives and where they are, while finding it strange that he is "the clearning house for info about the gang." He hopes for more information about how Ruth is doing next time. Mentions some movies, and notes that war news is encouraging, "with Russia in now and the Atomic bomb ... more

Ozer Family Papers

1943 Feb. 5

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Fort Rucker (Ala.) - Letter from Corporal Abraham Ozersky of the 311th Ordnance Motor Transport Company. Abe is extremely appreciative for Ruth's last letter, and had a good short visit home. He sends along some additional "moron jokes," mentions an upcoming dinner-dance at the Dothan Country Club, wonders why Rita does not write more, and sums up his life at camp as "a state of suspended animation."

Ozer Family Papers

1943 Feb.

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Fort Rucker (Ala.) - Letter from Corporal Abraham Ozersky of the 191st Ordnance Depot Company. Abe writes from their burrow area in the woods where they have been over a week. He has been transfered to another company, and may ship out soon, although it will depend on his Officer Candidate School status, which is at 2nd Army Headquarters currently. He would like Rita to write more often, and comments on th... more

Ozer Family Papers

1942 Mar. 10

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Quartermaster Replacement Training Center (Camp Lee, Va.) - Letter from Private Abraham Ozersky of the 8th Quartermaster Training Regiment, handwritten on Camp Lee, Virginia, stationery. Abe was happy to receive Ruth's letter and compliments her typing, which he will need to learn for his assignment to Administration and Supply. He discusses his interview for Officer's Training, the difficulties of army life, and offers congratulations on her gradu... more

Ozer Family Papers

1943 June 17

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Nashville (Tenn.) - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Abe's company is back on maneuvers in the woods of Tennessee, camping in pup tents and "being bitten by infinite numbers and species of insects." He heard from Rita, and is embarrassed that he missed her birthday. She seems to like her government job and Abe is glad that "Uncle Sam is a good boy to some of ... more

Ozer Family Papers

1943 Sept. 23

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Fort Rucker (Ala.) - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company, handwritten on Camp Rucker, Alabama, stationery. Tomorrow Abe will be on his way to "destination unknown," and so Ruth will have another V-mail correspondent. He heard recently from Lester, who is well, and Abe thinks perhaps his unit is headed that way. He recently saw James Cagney in "Johnny Come Lately." Ab... more

Ozer Family Papers

1945 Apr. 4

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Philippines - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company. Thanking Ruth for sending news on people from home, and sending some of his own, including where friends are stationed and one, Kup, being a prisoner of war (POW). His life is mostly work, but he gets to see some movies and shows, so "things aren't too bad."

Ozer Family Papers

1942 July 19

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Marshville (N.C.) - Letter from Corporal Abraham Ozersky of the 52nd Quartermaster Regiment. Abe explains his busy schedule recently - two weeks in manuvers, preparation, and now work seven days a week while living in pup tents - as an explanation for not writing. He was made a corporal and expects another promotion, but would prefer the war to end and to return home. "Things aren't exciting in these hi... more

Ozer Family Papers

1943 Aug. 30

Ozer, Abraham Jay

Letter from Abraham Ozersky to Ruth Newman

Fort Rucker (Ala.) - Letter from Staff Sergeant Abraham Ozersky of the 168th Ordnance Depot Company, handwritten on Camp Rucker, Alabama, stationery. It has been so hot that Abe's unit spends several afternoons a week swimming, with the excuse on their training schedule that they must learn to swim. He offers updates on different friends: Marty in Sicily, Lester in India, George in Camp Ellis, Illinois, and Sal ... more

Ozer Family Papers