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Eugene P. Mock was born on August 28, 1904 in Illinois. Early in life, he lived in Zanesville, Ohio before joining the new formed Air Corps. He later became a train conductor for the Union Pacific Railroad in Los Angeles, California. Late in life he was a mail carrier in Trona, California. Mock married Juanita Charlotte Wikoff in 1938 and had two children. Eugene Mock died while visiting Colorado on September 11, 1970.

The Eugene Mock letters consists of letters to Eugene Mock from his future wife Juanita Charlotte Wikoff (who signed them as “Lulu” or “Lu”), and includes some miscellaneous items (voter registration and work forms).

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Military and War, Social Life and Customs, Business and Industry


Business | Military, War, and Peace

Size of Collection

.25 linear feet

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Manuscript Number

SpC MS 0327

Mock, Eugene P., Collection, 1927-1928



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