Glenn C. Homard Letters and Postcards
Two letters, and three postcards addressed to Glenn Homard from various people and four postcards from Glenn Homard, all to Mrs. Samuel Wigney. One of the postcards from Homard is a Red Cross communication that the ship on which Homard sailed arrived safely overseas. Homard also indicates in his communications that he is stationed "Somewhere in France." Included with the correspondence is a photograph of Private William G. Stevens who was in the 12th Engineers, Detached out of Fort Sheridan, Illinois.
- Creation: 1918-1921
- Homard, Glenn Clarence (Person)
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- Guide to the Glenn C. Homard Letters and Postcards
- Christina R. Luers
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English