[Letter from Worth Clark to George & Leila - October 17, 1948]

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Letter written to George & Leila from Worth Clark, Ft. Jackson, South Carolina dated October 17, 1948. Worth Clark advises that he will be discharged from the Army on January 21, 1949 and his divorce final on November 22. He updates with news that Mother [Eula Clark] is in Albuquerque, that he will go to the umpire school at Sanford or Orlando under the G. I. Bill and asks that they tell J. P., Genia and all the folks hello and to tell J. P. to find him a rich red head. The reverse side of the second page includes … continued below

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Clark, Worth 1948-010-17.

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Letter written to George & Leila from Worth Clark, Ft. Jackson, South Carolina dated October 17, 1948. Worth Clark advises that he will be discharged from the Army on January 21, 1949 and his divorce final on November 22. He updates with news that Mother [Eula Clark] is in Albuquerque, that he will go to the umpire school at Sanford or Orlando under the G. I. Bill and asks that they tell J. P., Genia and all the folks hello and to tell J. P. to find him a rich red head. The reverse side of the second page includes the address for Pvt. Worth Clark, Ft. Jackson SC.

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T. N. Carswell Collection

This collection was assembled by Thomas Norwood Carswell (1887-1978) and contains correspondence throughout his life. His files hold letters signed by most of the major political leaders of Texas during the 1940s through the 1960s, as well as letters signed by Presidents Harry S Truman, Richard M. Nixon, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, and George Washington Carver. It also contains a scrapbook of his time at Simmons College.

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  • 1948-010-17

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Clark, Worth. [Letter from Worth Clark to George & Leila - October 17, 1948], letter, 1948-010-17; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1397867/: accessed March 4, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.

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