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A Memorial Day letter from Gen. H.H. Arnold to parents honoring the death of S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow.

Maine Governor Sumner Sewall conveys his sympathies to parents after the U.S. Army confirmed the death of S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow in air combat, March 1943. Dow had been reported missing.

A letter on behalf of the President of the United States confirming the posthumous award of the Purple Heart to S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow. The letter is from Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson.

Official Gold Star Citation of Honor presented to the next of kin of S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow

A letter to the parents of S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow relating the names and addresses the their son's crew mates at the time he was reported missing. The letter encourages the Dow's to correspond with the next of kin.

A letter informing Mr. LeRoy P. Dow that his son, Alfred E. Dow, enlisted in the U.S. Army. Alfred E. Dow enlisted at City Hall in Augusta, ME and listed his father as his emergency contact.

The official Reports of Death for S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow, as well as crewmates:

1st Lt. Woodrow W. Moore
2nd Lt. Louis I. Miller
2nd Lt. William H. McCamy
2nd Lt. John W. James
T.Sgt. William C. Gassmann
S.Sgt. Thomas Brown

Official record for S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow that contain his basic physical information and camp/service locations.

Official Missing Air Crew Report (MACR) for the 2nd Lt. John W. James crew, KA-PUHIO-WELA (Double Trouble), including S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow.

A document containing information on the remains not yet recovered of S.Sgt. Alfred E. "Allie" Dow.