Box Small Collections Box 3
Contains 11 Results:
11 letters written to Army Private Anthony Korczak from Dot Tocha, a nursing student from Buffalo, NY in 1945. At the time, Korczak was stationed at Camp Howze, Texas and Fort Meade, Maryland. The letters describe Tocha's day-to-day activities and affections for Korczak.
Collection of eight unused illustrated postal covers. Each with a wood engraving, printed in red or black, and satirizing the Confederate leadership or military as seen from the Union point of view.
12-page letter written by a woman named Hortense, a French language teacher, to her sister, Olympie, describing the "Revolution of the Park" which began in Buenos Aires on July 26, 1890. Also includes another letter by Hortense dated July 5, 1890, inscribed in purple ink. The letters are written in French. An English transcription of the "Revolution of the Park" letter is provided.
Letter written to Vincent of Norfolk, Va. from Jonathan [Mierly?] of Richmond, Va., updating him on legal matters involving John Rogers and "McCowan and wife" of Philadelphia, Pa.
23 love letters written by Edward Boulanger to his wife (name unknown) in Gardner, Massachusetts, during WWII. About nine letters were written while he was at Camp Peary in Williamsburg, Va.; about fourteen letters were written while overseas in New Guinea and the Philippines. The letters indicate he was a Seabee (the construction battalions the Navy used in WWII). Of note is the Camp Peary letterhead.
This album contains eleven silver gelatin prints of the train's interior plus one RPPC depicting a machine gun unit. The images of the hospital train interiors include unidentified soldiers and medical staff.