Size: 0.25 linear feet
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The World War I Collection contains the diary of an American artilleryman, Charles Daley, of Naugatuck, Connecticut. His entries describe battles and camp life between 1917 and 1919. Many small, unidentified snapshots and other photographs accompany. Other miscellaneous military records, newspaper clippings, and other documents in the collection relate to Charles Gardner Coffin, another soldier from Catskill, New York. Also included is Howard E. Dudley's certificate of honorable discharge dated 1921.
Acquisition: Purchased from ADS Autographs
Processed by: TGT, 10-24-1991; JEF, 10-20-1998