From Farm Boy to Tomahawk Warrior: David Franklin Brock Korean War Photograph Collection

In January 1952, Brock left behind his Van Buren County home to undergo rigorous combat engineer training. He was then assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division in the vicinity of the Iron Triangle and the 38th parallel in Korea. This collection documents his time in Korea as well as his visits home.

Darla Brock, Library and Archives manuscripts archivist and daughter of Brock, conducted the workshop featuring her father's photographs and oral history in the broader context of the Korean War.

To view the current collection, go to: http://cdm15138.contentdm.oclc.org/ui...

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