This collection features archives of papers from Paul A. DeLloyd. Mr. DeLloyd served in the United States Army Air Forces Medical Air Evacuation Corps during World War II. Paul A. DeLloyd lived in the Elyria, Ohio area before World War II. He was born in 1915 and died on 18 June 1963. His age at death was Forty-Eight (48). After enlistment and training for WWII service, he served in the 819th Squadron of the Medical Air Evacuation Corps of the USAAF with the final rank of Master Sergeant. The 819th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron saw service in combat areas in Central Europe, Normandy (France) and Rhineland. He trained at Bowman Field in Kentucky. He had a brother, Robert H. DeLloyd who served in the United States Army Air Forces as well. This collection consists of personal correspondence, personal documents, photographs, military papers, European tourism papers, theater handbill, postcards and a poem. There was no original arrangement, so the documents, letters, photos, records and other items were categorized and organized by series into three (3) folders and stored in one archival box.