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Lieutenant William Arthur Russell Jr.

United States Air Forces

February 6, 1917 – 1946

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Personal History

First Lieutenant William Arthur Russell was born in Louisville, Kentucky to Dr. and Mrs. William Arthur Russell. He attended the Arkansas State Teacher College from 1935 to 1937, but graduated from the University of Arkansas. While attending the Arkansas State Teacher College he was the snap-shot editor of the Scroll, a member of the tennis team, and a charter member and treasure of Phi Sigma Epsilon.


First Lieut. William Russell was killed in a passenger plane crash in Salt Lake City Utah. in 1946.