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1st Lt. Walter A. Blair
Blair, Linwood
Dorothy Cole
Date Created and/or Issued
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Brisbane Library
Contributing Institution
San Mateo County Library, Brisbane Library
Brisbane Library History Collection
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1st Lt. Walter A. Blair, United States Army Air Force. He was lost on his 21st mission near Frankfurt, Germany on October 4, 1943, and listed as missing in action, presumed dead as of August, 1945.Walter was one of Brisbane's first hero's at the age of 20. His parents were "Sarge" and Vera Blair. In Walter's memory, Sarge created "Blair's Rangers" training young boys in the way of the service of the United States. Many benefited from this while serving in Korea and Vietnam. Sarge Blair info can be found at the Brisbane Library History Collection
1 photographic print and 1 manuscript; 16.5 x 26.7 cm in total
Military air pilots
Military personnel
World War II
Blair, Walter
Brisbane (Calif.)

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