Catherine Ladnier says her mother never threw anything away. So when she died on Mother’s Day, 2001, there were a lot of things to go through in her house in Easley, S.C.
Catherine will recreate life on the homefront and front line through the letters of her mother, Eva Lee, and her Uncle Bill.
The Japan Society of Fairfield County and the James J. Clinton VFW Post 399 present a tribute to Japanese Americans who served during WWII.
The Japan Society of Fairfield County will host Catherine as she chronicles the bravery and resilience of the young Japanese American women of Mills College.
Conversations at Noon at Connecticut’s Old State House “HMT Rohna: The Allies’ Big Secret of WWII and its Connecticut Connection”