Guide to the Harry T. Joubert Collection, 1936-1945

Finding aid prepared by Caitlin Tetreau and Jennifer Cox.

Collection number:     BLC-CR13
Title:     Harry T. Joubert Collection, 1942-1945
Dates:     1936-1945, bulk 1942-1944
Extent:     .25 linear feet 42 letters

Collection Scope and Content
 

This collection contains 42 letters, postcards and documents from and about Captain Harry T. Joubert (created 1942-1945) and mailed to his wife, Mrs. Harry T. Joubert (Lillian) of Holyoke, Massachusetts and Miss Jillian Boyeors of Holyoke. In the letters to his wife Lillian, he talks about a baby, missing her, staying faithful and asking her to write more. Captain Joubert places Naples, Italy as his station. Accompanying the letters are a $300 ticket from the Railway Express Agency, a Mother’s Day postcard from the Army exchange, and an envelope from Hickey, the Flower Lady of Holyoke.

Arrangement
 

Arranged chronologically.

Related Material
 

Randall M. Cushing Collection

Collection Contents
 

Folder                                            

001        Aug. 1942-May 1943
002        June 1943-June 1945
003        Misc.