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Pfc. Fletcher On Way Home

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24
Month
August
Year
1953
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Released POW On Way Home

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Day
20
Month
August
Year
1953
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POW Cables He's On Way Home

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Day
12
Month
August
Year
1953
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Third Area Serviceman On Red Prisoner List

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Day
20
Month
December
Year
1951
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Family Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953

Family Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1953
Caption
Ypsilanti POW Reunited With Family: Reunited here with members of his family is Pfc. Robert W. Fletcher, 21, of Ypsilanti, who arrived at Willow Run by plane last night, about two years and nine months after his capture by Communist forces in North Korea. The repatriated soldier is pictured during a formal reception in his honor, held this morning at the Post 408 American Legion Home in Ypsilanti. Left to right: two of his nieces, Myrtle Jones and Marilyn Campbell; Fletcher; an aunt, Mrs. Pauline Warren; his mother, Mrs. Mae Woodson; and a sister, Mrs. Christine Ellison. (Story page 8; other pictures page 32)

Eugene C. Beatty Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953

Eugene C. Beatty Greets Korean War Vet Robert W. Fletcher, August 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1953
Caption
NERVOUS BUT HAPPY: Thin and slightly nervous, but very happy, is Pfc. Robert W. Fletcher of Ypsilanti (left), first Washtenaw county prisoner of war to be returned from a North Korean prison camp. Here he converses with Eugene C. Beatty (right), principal of Ypsilanti's Harriet School, while his mother, Mrs. Mae Woodson (left), looks on. Friends and relatives surround Fletcher, who was formally welcomed in ceremonies this morning in front of the American Legion Post 408 Home on Worden St.