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Harold Benjamin Graham collection, 1917-2012

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Series I: Manuscripts
BOX-FOLDER MSS2328/1-4 Correspondence, 1917-1920
4 folders
MS01: 105 letters written between 1917 and 1920 from Harold Graham to his mother, father, and sister who lived in Spring Valley, New York. Topics covered include: camaraderie with his fellow servicemen; aspects of his service experience including guard duty and United States-Mexico border problems; travel in the areas in which he is stationed; ways in which he keeps busy during down time; his attempts to receive furloughs and discharges; post-discharge employment plans; instructions for his family for taking care of his car; his love life, and his impressions of Texas and its people.
BOX-FOLDER OVZ195/1 Correspondence, 1920
1 folder
MS01 continued
BOX-FOLDER MSS2328/7 Correspondence, December 25, 1950
1 folder
MS02: One letter written on 12/25/1950 from Mrs. Graham to her grandchild passing on her son's letters from World War I.
BOX-FOLDER MSS2328/8 Correspondence, 2012
1 folder
MS03: Additional information and selected excerpts from correspondence chosen by donor to highlight portions of interesting letters and provide additional explanation.

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