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United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ben Byrnes collection of John Oscar Miller WWI archive

Identifier: 2010-044
Content Description Correspondence, press cuttings, snapshots, documents, and memorabilia, all assumed to have originally been pasted onto black paper pages and housed in a post-bound,scrapbook with dark gray, cloth-covered covers. "My Memory Book" is stamped in gold in upper left corner of the front cover. Pages on which items were pasted are extremely soft, powdery and fragile; All items were carefully removed from the pages by archivist. The original order of the items appeared to be destroyed before...
Dates: 1912 - 1921

Letter from J.O. Miller to his father, 1918-06-13

Identifier: 2010.044.1.16
Scope and Contents Written on Army and Navy Young Men's Christian Association 'With the Colors' letterhead. "...I am a long way from home and no money so I wired you for $5.00 so I could buy some tobacco before it is too late...some country up this way, however it is kind of cool new address will be...Sgt. Jno. O. Miller, Co. C. 315th Field Signal Battalion, Signal Corps NA, AEF."
Dates: 1918-06-13