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John W. Stayberg WWII military service correspondence

  • US ARC ARC 2022.036
  • collection
  • 1943-1944

Mainly letters (1943-1944) from mother, Karine, sent to John W. Stayberg, while serving in the military during World War II. Topics generally cover everyday activities happening around town and in life. Also includes correspondence from family and friends in the Hudson and Twin Cities metropolitan area and military colleagues, as well as any associated clippings sent with the correspondence. Also included is a short biography on Stayberg and reminiscences about how the archival collection came to be held by donor, Nancy Hawkinson (1999).

John "Bubbs" Winston Stayberg was born in Hudson, Wisconsin on May 8, 1923, the third and youngest child of Karine Marie (nee Jenson) and John Arnt Stayberg. John graduated from Hudson High School in 1941 and worked for Brown & Bigelow , a well-known printing company located in St. Paul, Minnesota, following high school. On June 30th, 1942, John W. Stayberg registered for the military draft, and was enlisted on February 4th, 1943. Stayberg served for 27 months, earning the rank of Corporal while serving with the 16th A. I. B. (Allied Intelligence Bureau), 13th Armored Division. He was reported missing in action April 30, 1945, and died from injuries sustained May 6, 1945 in Germany. Stayberg is buried at the Willow River Cemetery in Hudson, Wisconsin. [Biographical information taken from collection.]

Stayberg, John W. (1923-1945)

School District No. 3, Town of Troy, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, Glover Station School records, 1867-1960.

  • US ARC St. Croix Series 94
  • collection
  • 1867-1960

[1] Treasurer's Books (1867-1960) showing receipts and disbursements, accounts, the purpose of money received and orders paid, and the treasurer's annual report to the Board. [2] School District Record (1911-1932) containing minutes of school board meetings (1911-1931) annual financial report of the board, and register of orders drawn. [3] Minutes of annual meeting (1932-1958). [4] Clerk's miscellaneous records (1933-1934; 1946-1959) including school census, annual reports to the State Superintendent, teacher contracts and correspondence. [5] Teacher's registers and attendance books (1912-1957) generally containing student names, ages and grade, curriculum information and visitor logs.

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