William Hanchett Army Air Force Training Detachment papers
This accession contains materials related to cadet William Hanchett's experience at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute during the Air Force College Training Detachment in 1943. The papers contain a newspaper clipping about a runaway wagon halted by cadets in training, two photographs on TPI's campus of the cadets, and transcribed copies of letters from a cadet to his parents during the Army Air Force College Training. The letters discuss life on campus, his work on campus, classes, and becoming a pilot. Hanchett was from Evanston Illinois and passed away in Coo, Illinois. He lived in Colorado and California. He was married twice. He served as a Private in the Air Corps and attended his training at TPI in the 46th College Training Detachment.
Thomas F. Hanchett donated these transcriptions.
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- Creation: 1943