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Tom E. Moran Letter, 1918 October 14

 Item — Box: 4251.002, Folder: 22

Scope and Contents

Letter from Tom E. Moran of the Bronx in New York City to his friend William ("Bill") Clark congratulating him on his promotion to Second Lieutenant. Moran discusses his dissatisfaction with his own job and says he hopes he can "stick it out" until he finds another job or goes into the Army. He also reports that there were almost two hundred store employees out with the Spanish Influenza that day.


  • 1918 October 14

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From the Collection: 2 Linear Feet

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Part of the The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections Repository

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa AL 35487-0266