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Philip E. Scholz collection, 1918-1920

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Series I: Manuscripts
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/1 Correspondence, 1918-1919
1 folder
MS01: Miscellaneous. Postcards from the War Depatment, personal correspondence, 1918-1919 (5 items).
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/2 Correspondence, 1918-1919
1 folder
MS02: Outgoing to Brothers, 1918 (8 items). Topics covered include camp life, overseas deployment, and general updates.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/3 Correspondence, 1918
1 folder
MS03: Outgoing to Sisters, 1918 (3 items). Topics covered include daily camp and military life, overseas deployment, and a story about the trip to Camp Upton.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/4 Correspondence, 1918-1919
1 folder
MS04: Outgoing to Parents, 1918-1919 (27 items). Topics covered include daily camp and military life, injury updates, and Scholz’s observations regarding the U.S. Army, World War I, and Europe.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/5 Correspondence, 1920
1 folder
MS05: Received, 1920 (2 items). Letters from Carl Schicke, a member of the 332nd Gun Machine Batallion (1920), and Ludwig, a "hospital bunkie" of Scholz's (undated).
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/6 Memoir, 1918
1 folder
MS06: "A Flag for Uncle Phil" by Victoria Otto (undated). Memoir recounts the story of Ott and her parents preparing to visit Scholz at Camp Grant and baking a cake for her uncle. At the end, she recounts what happened to Scholz and another uncle, Alvin Ploeger, after they returned from service.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/7 Military papers, undated
1 folder
MS07: Includes billet number cards, induction papers, physical examination cards, and a supply checklist.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/8 Printed matter, undated
1 folder
MS08: Miscellaneous printed matter. Items include a card titled, "Wilson Will Win," which includes an image of the then-Governor of New Jersey and a short biography of Woodrow Wilson, an image of Camp Grant, an invitation to a dance at the Opera House in Port Washington, Wisconsin, and a religious message printed on a small card.
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/10 Printed matter, undated
1 folder
MS09: 22 postcards depicting various Army activities at Camp Grant and France; combat and camp life (undated).
Series II: Photographs
1 folder
BOX-FOLDER MSS68/9 Original prints, 1918
1 folder
PH01-PH05: Images include veteran in front of the U.S. flag by himself, group shots with other soldiers (undated), a photo of the 7th Contingent & Local Board of Ozaukee County Wisconsin (5/23/1918), and the USS Louisiana (undated).

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