Spanish-American War, 1898
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
One letter from Willard Doud to his sister, Dora Elizabeth Doud (Swem) dated July 11, 1898 from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In his letter, Doud describes the scene in the Caribbean during the Spanish American War. He even gives a description of prisoners of war from the Spanish Navy on transport via the USS St. Louis. Included with the letter is a pin from Dora's high school year at Englewood High School in Chicago, Illinois.
Papers including correspondence concerning Millington's experiences as directing engineer of the Anglo-Mexican Mining Association, as professor at College of William and Mary where he lived in the Wythe House, as professor at University of Mississippi, and at Memphis Medical College. Includes diaries covering 1832, 1835, and 1861-1867; letters of his family members; and Blankenship family land records and letters concerning the Spanish-American War.
24 letters from the Spanish American War and World War I from the Smith family. Charles Smith served in the Spanish American War, stationed at Fort Wadsworth followed by San Francisco in 1898. Later he wrote from a ship near Hawaii detailing his experiences. Letters from World War I were written by Charles Smith, Jr. to his family. He was stationed near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania followed by Camp Wadsworth from 1917-1918.