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Kenyon Putnam Flagg Letters, 1918 October 5 - 1919 April 11

 File — Box: 4251.002, Folder: 6

Scope and Contents

Seven letters from Kenyon Putnam Flagg, United States Army, stationed in France and Germany, during World War I, to his mother, Mrs. R. A. (Charlotte) Flagg, New York, talking about how the French live, the weather, general news of the war, and that he is "responsible for the training of 2000 men." He also says that he has not been feeling well, and the doctors are not sure why.


  • 1918 October 5 - 1919 April 11

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From the Collection: 2 Linear Feet

Language of Materials



Formerly MSS.2030


Repository Details

Part of the The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections Repository

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa AL 35487-0266