Richard Hotinger Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains correspondence and legal documents related to the military service of Richard Hotinger. The material primarily consists of registration information, correspondence, insurance information and notifications to Hotinger's mother, Susan Rice Hotinger, from the 6th Armored Division at Camp Cooke, CA.
The majority of the material pertains to Richard Hotinger's accidental death and subsequent notifications pertaniing to it, as well as insurance claims.
Also included is an Army photo of him.
- United States. Veterans Administration (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
Richard Hotinger was a resident of Lexington, VA. Hotinger enlisted in the 6th Armored Division and was shipped to basic training at Camp Cooke, CA in 1943 to later be deployed overseas during World War II. Due to an accident at Camp Cooke, he was killed before the completion of his training. His mother, Susan Rice Hotinger, was subsequently notified and compensated by the US Military and insurance companies.
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