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World War I

 Subject
Subject Source: Localbroad

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Aunt Lou Letter, 1918 June 13

 File — Box 4257.003: [1006214228], Folder: 25
Scope and Contents Letter from Aunt Lou in Hammond, Illinois, to her nephew Milo Horn at Camp Wadsworth in Spartanburg, South Carolina, discussing their family, how she'll continue to pray for him, and how she wishes the war would end quickly.
Dates: 1918 June 13

Gregg and Beasley Families Papers - Correspondence, 1917-1926, 19171946

 File — Box 4257.020: [1006214244], Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Letters to and from members of the Gregg and Beasley families of Union Springs and Opelika, Alabama, as well as newspaper clippings from the Avondale Sun circa World War II. Many of the letters are war-time letters for World War I and World War II, and talk about missing home and family. There is also a draft notice for a Cecil Taft Norton, dated May 3, 1945.The Avondale Sun was the company newspaper of the Comer...
Dates: 19171946

Gregg and Beasley Family Papers - Newspaper Clippings, 1917-1946

 File — Box 4257.020: [1006214244], Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Letters to and from members of the Gregg and Beasley families of Union Springs and Opelika, Alabama, as well as newspaper clippings from the Avondale Sun circa World War II. Many of the letters are "war-time" letters for World War I and World War II, and talk about missing home and family. There is also a draft notice for a Cecil Taft Norton, dated May 3, 1945. The Avondale Sun was the company newspaper of...
Dates: 1917-1946