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Lucille served with the Medical Detachment Section II. After her military service, her Pennsylvania military application for compensation was denied: "Disallowed. Non-resident of Penna. at time of entry into active duty." Her home address on the compensation application was in Cleveland, OH, where she died in 1955. She is buried in Highland Park Cemetery.
Sources: Pennsylvania Veteran Compensation Application Files in Ancestry; "WAC volunteers leave for training," The Pittsburgh Press, 12/10/1943, p. 24; U.S. Headstone Applications for Military Veterans in Ancestry; and Lucille "Lucy" Johnson at Find A Grave [numbers transposed in birthdate].
*Terrace Village was a low cost public housing development in Pittsburgh. Read more at the Historic Pittsburgh website hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Library System.
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|NKAA Source: National Archives, Access to Archival Databases (online)|
|NKAA Source: Ancestry (online)|
|NKAA Source: The Pittsburgh press (newspaper)|
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“Johnson, Lucille M.,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed December 2, 2023, https://ukscrc001.net/nkaa/items/show/300004515.
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