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Anton Ulvi


Ulvi, Anton

Ulvi, Anton. (Anton Ulric, Uldi), b. Finland, Finnish, WWI US Army, Single; Carpenter and Worker in a Papermill 1903-04, CP 1923 (1924), unit organizer and Social Democrat, received passport# 358521 on December 23, 1936 which listed his address as 46 West 87th Street, NYC (R.F. D. Collinsville, Connecticut), 52 yrs. old, Sailed December 26, 1936 aboard the Normandie, Arrived in Spain on January 2, 1937, Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, Co. 1, served at Jarama, sent to hospital due to illness, rheumatism, for one month, Released from hospital on april 1937 he transferred to the Auto Park, Returned to the US on August 18, 1938 aboard the Washington, WWII Civilian.


Source: Sail, SACB, Cadre, RA, Finnish, K. E. Heikkinen, ed., Meidän Poikamme Espanjassa (Our Boys in Spain), Finnish Workers Federation, USA, Inc., 1939, translated by Matti A. Mattson.

Photograph: Anton Ulvi. Meidän Poikamme Espanjassa.


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Additional Notes Back in Finland in 1921, again in 1923. To US in 1909.