Catherine Cole and John Banks looked at Cole's father's wartime journal at Cole's home in Nicholasville Saturday night. Banks, who works at a recycling center in Garrard County, found the journal on Monday amidst demolition materials he was sorting. Cole's father, George Colvin Egnew, kept the journal while stationed overseas during World War II.
Catherine Cole and John Banks looked at Cole's father's wartime journal at Cole's home in Nicholasville Saturday night. Banks, who works at a recycling center in Garrard County, found the journal on Monday amidst demolition materials he was sorting. Cole's father, George Colvin Egnew, kept the journal while stationed overseas during World War II.
Catherine Cole and John Banks looked at Cole's father's wartime journal at Cole's home in Nicholasville Saturday night. Banks, who works at a recycling center in Garrard County, found the journal on Monday amidst demolition materials he was sorting. Cole's father, George Colvin Egnew, kept the journal while stationed overseas during World War II.

WWII diary found in rubble goes to the writer's daughter, a Nicholasville woman

April 13, 2013 9:10 PM

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