Carl F. Eichenlaub papers
Carl F. Eichenlaub was born on October 1, 1913, and lived in East Syracuse, New York; he had at least one brother, William. During World War II, he served as a corporal with the 716th Tank Battalion's service company in the Philippine Islands, and he continued to correspond with local people throughout the decade following the war. He married Rosamonde U. Snook ("Rose") in the late 1940s, and they had at least one son, Jesse, who lived in Rochester, New York. Carl was a social worker for the Syracuse Housing Authority and served as a supervisor for the Veterans Division of the American Red Cross, and Rose worked for the Benedict Manufacturing Company and the Bristol-Myers Company. Rose died on February 6, 1991, and Carl died on May 24, 1992.