Carl B. Rush Typescript
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Processed by: Elizabeth M. Wilkinson, 2004


Carl Burton Rush was born in Mentone, Indiana to William Ray and Bernice Rush on 20 January 1924, the fifth of eight children. He began attending Purdue University in the fall of 1942, but was called into the service in the spring of 1943. Carl Rush served with the 1st Army, AGO mimeograph section. He was eventually promoted to T-3 Sergeant and was discharged on Oct. 10, 1945. After the war Rush married Mary Thompson and continued his education at Purdue. He graduated in 1948 with a BS degree in mechanical engineering. He and Mary went live and work in Alvin, Texas. They had five children. Carl B. Rush currently resides in Beaumont, Texas.

Scope and Content Note:

This collection consists of reminiscences of Carl B. Rush during the years he spent growing up in Mentone, Indiana up to the time he moved to Texas after graduating from Purdue University.

Box and Folder Listing:

1 Folder:

My Life and Times / by Carl B. Rush, 1993, 1998


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