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William Hamilton Felton, Jr., collection, 1917-1918

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Series I: Manuscripts
BOX-FOLDER MSS426/1-3 Correspondence, 1917-1918
3 folders
MS01: 47 letters to Luisa, Felton's wife, Camp Chattanooga, Tennessee; Fort Monroe, Virginia; and France (8/27/1917-12/23/1918) and three postcards, to Luisa, France (1/2/1918 - 8/9/1918). A few letters are undated. Topics include camp and military life in Fort Oglethorpe, Fort Monroe, and France; general updates regarding well-being; homesickness; Felton's personal thoughts on France and World War I; and Felton's relationship with his wife.
BOX-FOLDER MSS426/4 Correspondence, January 12, 1918
1 folder
MS02: Telegram, New York. The telegram is from a woman identified only as Sarah to Luisa regarding Felton's arrival in Europe.
BOX-FOLDER MSS426/5 Correspondence, September 27, 1917
1 folder
MS03: Correspondence to the veteran from a woman identified only as Mrs. Gibson.
Series II: Photographs
BOX-FOLDER MSS426/6 Original photographic print, undated
1 folder
PH01: Photo of the veteran and a friend in uniform.

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