Myer L. Feldman Letters
Scope and Contents
The collection contains many of the almost daily letters from Feldman to his wife, Ida, and baby daughter, Sally Ann, while he was in the United States Navy, stationed first at the Sampson Naval Training Base near Seneca, New York, and then aboard the U.S.S. LSM(R)-197 amphibious ship.
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Biographical / Historical
Myer L. Feldman was born on 25 February 1907, the third son of Nathan and Elizabeth Feldman. He was married to Ida E. (born 23 September 1911) and had at least one daughter, Sally Ann. Feldman was an attorney when he enlisted in the Navy during World War II. He went through basic training at Sampson Naval Training Base near Seneca, New York, and then served aboard the USS LSM(R)-197 amphibious ship. Feldman died in Holyoke, Massachusetts, on 20 February 1985. Ida died 10 February 1999, also in Holyoke.
0.4 Linear Feet (125 letters, mainly from Myer Feldman (U.S. Navy) to his wife)
Language of Materials
Letters from Myer L. Feldman to his wife, Ida, and baby daughter, Sally Ann, while he was in the United States Navy, stationed at the Sampson Naval Training Base near Seneca, New York, and aboard the USS LSM(R)-197 amphibious ship.
gift of Dr. Millie Jackson, 2012
Martha Bace, 2012
- Guide to the Myer L. Feldman Letters
- October 2012
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