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Oregon Health & Science University

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Early Life; Living in the Governor Hotel; Education; Stenography Work; Joining the Forty-Sixth; Training at Fort Riley; Colonel Frank Mount; Base Hospital Number Forty-Six; Travel to Oran; Transfer to the 88th Infantry Division; Reporting Courts-Marital; Returning Home; Cliff Morris; Dr. Vinton Sneeden


Burns talks about his experiences as a court reporter during World War II with the 46th General Hospital in Algeria and with the 5th Army, 88th Infantry Division, Judge Advocate General section, in Italy. He recalls his career as a stenographer in Oregon before the War and a court reporter after the War.


Transcript of oral history interview with Donald Devlin, conducted on March 24, 1998 by Joan Ash


OHSU Oral History Project




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