A. Frederick Oberlin
Adam Frederick Oberlin (June 25, 1891 – July 10, 1938) was a citizen of Hamden, Connecticut who served in the United States Military during the First World War.
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The covered bridge in East Rock Park is named after A. Frederick Oberlin.
- History of Hamden men in the World War. Connecticut State Library. Connecticut State Council of Defense. 1927. pp. 171–172. Search this book on
- "A. Oberlin - Recipient - Military Times Hall Of Valor". valor.militarytimes.com. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
- "A. Frederick Oberlin Bridge". www.ctmuseumquest.com. Retrieved 2019-11-15.
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