Korean War Letter Writers


The list of people here wrote letters to Jesse G. Dorsey during the Korean War. The letters have been digitized and can be seen on Indiana Memory. The original letters are kept at the Sellersburg Library.

Jesse G. Dorsey Collection & history of Louisville Cement Company
Indiana Memory home page

Jesse G. Dorsey World War II Correspondence – digital collection
Jesse G. Dorsey Korean War Correspondence – digital collection

Amos, Carl Edward
Barnett, Mabyn Standish
Baxter, Emmett Oren
Baxter, Raymond Garner
Bottorff, Carson Emery
Bottorff, Marvin Roy
Bottorff, Oscar Everett
Bridgewater, Edward Orea
Burr, Florence

Couch, Darrell Vernon
Couch, Evelyn Grace
Dahnk, Joseph W.

Dold, Lionel Edward Jr.
Dold, Lloyd Victor
Dreyer, Roy K.
Everett, Max Leon
Hall, Charles William

Hardy, John Leroy Sr.
Hart, Deane C.
Hauselman, Robert P.

Hinton, Paul David
Hinton, Stanley Bruce
Hinton, Wallace Raymond
Hollkamp, Herber John
Hustedt, Albert William “Buddy”
Jones, Emma J.

Kahl, Lawrence G.
Kahl, Robert L.
Kitterman, Jackie “Jack” Lee
Kraemer, William Ralph

LaMaster, Norman Frederick
Landreth, Robert Earl Jr.
Makowsky, Paul Douglas
Massie, Charles William
McCartney, James Arthur
McMurry, George E.
McRae, Maynard C.
Merry, William M.
Mikel, Arthur Eugene

Mikel, Dewey Arnold
Miller, Gratton C. Jr.
Popp, Alfred Joseph
Popp, Carl Robert
Prather, Ralph Eugene
Renn, Francis Charles
Regan, James Raymond
Sanders, John
Scholl, David Frederick
Shepard, R.P.
Steward, Jerry

Stockdell, Victor Bruce
Swartz, Donald A.
Tackett, John F.
Vogel, Danny J.
Watts, Billie Wayne
Werner, Delynr R.
Willingham, Patricia A. “Patsy”

Woods, Herbert Fritz
Woods, William E.

Yost, Alfred Frank