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Librarian tracks down WWII soldier’s family to return scrapbook

“A heartwarming story about the bond between a father and his soldier son during World War II may not have been told if not for a Tennessee librarian. Crystal Nash says a scrapbook was dropped off at her library anonymously. She looked through the book and found dozens of photos, letters and memories from the war. “And the more I thumbed through it, the more I realized this is more than just an amazing treasure of history. This is a man’s life,” Nash said.William Shingleton was heading overseas for war and his father kept a scrapbook at his home in West Virginia.” (via 13 WTHR Indianapolis)

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