Morris B. Parloff papers
Correspondence, scrapbook pages, and documents, related to the service of Morris B. Parloff in the Counter Intelligence Corps of the U.S. Army, from 1942-1945, including his service in occupied Germany in 1944-1945, and his training in counter intelligence at Camp Ritchie, Maryland. Includes some original correspondence sent from Parloff to his wife, Gloria, during the time he served in the Army, primarily from 1944, as well as a later, typescript compilation of all correspondence Mrs. Parloff received from her husband, for much of which the originals are no longer extant. Also includes personnel documents related to Parloff's service in the Army; a report authored by Parloff about the interrogation of German civilians and captured military personnel in Aachen, January 1945; and scrapbook pages taken from an album, containing photographs of Parloff taken while he served in Europe, circa 1944-1945, and images of Aachen.
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Gloria Parloff
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