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Lt. David Allison memorial window will be dedicated
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Jan 1947, p. 1
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A memorial window honoring Lt. David R. Allison will be dedicated at the Wilmette Baptist church on January 19. The members of the congregation have contributed the funds to make this possible. While at New Trier High School, Lieutenant Allison was an honor student and a track staff. He continued this record during a year and a half at Dennison University before entering the Air Force. He trained at various fields, receiving his commission at Yale University after an intensive course in electronics. His outstanding ability caused him to be chosen for the special service in radar in which he was engaged when he was killed in the crash of a B-29 Super-fortress plane on March 7, 1946. He was 22 years of age. His widow, Mrs. Virginia S. Allison, is now on the faculty of Lake Forest College. His brother, Capt. Thomas D. Allison, completed nearly four years in the Air Force. Friends of Lt. Allison and the family were invited to be present at the memorial service.

Photo David Allison.
Date of Publication
16 Jan 1947
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Allison, David R. ; Allison, Thomas Deacon ; Allison, Virginia
Corporate Name(s)
Wilmette Baptist Church
Local identifier
Wilmette.News.267443
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.0806674108697 Longitude: -87.7040967234039
Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to United States law. No restrictions on use.
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Lt. David Allison memorial window will be dedicated