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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from Frank William H. Taylor to Charles F. Ford, 1918-10-9

 Item
Identifier: 1000.171.1.2
Scope and Contents "Brother Charlie--Your kind letter of Sept. 15th received and indeed was much pleased in hearing from you. I am gld to know that you are still on the job, and that the boys of the Council are up holding the Spirit of the Knights of Columbus...." Written on American YMCA letterhead.
Dates: 1918-10-9

Letter from Henry P. "Dutch Cook" Walsh to Charles F. Ford, 1918-02-28

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Identifier: 1000.171.1.5
Scope and Contents "Le Grand Luce. Hello Charlie, How are you now. I recieved your most welcome letter and check and was more than glad to hear from you. Now Charlie I appreciate the money very much but I do not want you to be putting yourself out for me...." Written on Knights of Columbus Overseas Service letterhead.
Dates: 1918-02-28

Marines in action at the K of C, Undated

 Item — Box: 2, Page: 28
Identifier: 1000.171.2.58
Scope and Contents Drawing of marines at a dance. "Knights of Columbus Overseas Activities. Casino Des Lilacs, Bordeaux, France, 1919"
Dates: Undated

The Menace: Self-Condemned, 1914

 Item
Identifier: 2006.003.1.1.78
Scope and Contents Background, overview, and opinions regarding the trial of Megonegal and Stage on charges of conspiracy to defame and oppress members of the Philadelphia Knights of Columbus by questioning the validity of the Knights of Columbus Oath. On verso is a reproduction of a letter from The Menace Publishing Company to Leroy N. King, counsel for the defense, 5 Mar 1913.
Dates: 1914