Leo Haynes interview, tape 1
Leo Haynes was born February 24, 1917 in Boulder, Colorado and moved to Spokane, Washington in 1922. Haynes graduated from Rodgers High School in 1935 and worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps for one year and Montgomery Ward until the start of World War II. During World War II, Haynes served in the Army Air Corps as a navigator on a B-17. Haynes and his crew were assigned to the 390th bomb group in the European Theater. After the War, Haynes ran a grocery store in Spokane County and ran an upholstery operation and retired in 1981. Haynes married a woman named Marie prior to World War II. He died March 14, 2004 in El Dorado, Kansas.
World War, 1939-1945; Haynes, Leo
Haynes, Leo and Jewell, James R., "Leo Haynes interview, tape 1" (1996). James Jewell Papers. 46.
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