“Tee” Noland lives on…
1st. Lt. Edward Turner Noland, Jr.
Son, Brother, Uncle, Friend, Hero
Published December 25, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-887043-33-5; 128 pages; 8.5 x 8.5 hardcover; full color; photos and maps; $26.00
Bombardier Edward Turner “Tee” Noland, Jr. was shot down and killed over Italy in 1944, near the end of WWII, but his legacy, and his name, live on in his family. With family stories, letters, and photos of artifacts, this volume tells Tee’s story in vivid detail.
Compiled by Kimberly Easter Noland and truly a labor of love, this remarkable book tells the story of one WWII airman and includes interviews with family, official documents, and memorabilia sent to the family after Tee was shot down.