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Luis Felicia Papers

A native of Ohio, Pvt. Luis Felicia was stationed in recreation at the Overseas Replacement Depot (ORD) during World War II. As head of Service Club #1, he performed in shows for the soldiers and also provided dance instruction. After the war, Felicia remained in Greensboro as a dance instructor and owner of Felicia Studios of Dance.

This collection consists of photographs and printed material relating to Felicia’s wartime service and post-war career, but only material relating to the ORD was digitized for this project. Photographs document daily life and recreational activities on the military base, as well as a visit by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. The printed material includes copies of news clippings and ephemera, and an original 1945 base telephone directory.

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