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Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

E.J. Kotter Letter to George Buske

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01403
Content Description Four page letter from E.J. Kotter to George Buske dated October 27, 1918 from Toloedo, Ohio to the Base Hospital at Camp Jackson, South Carolina. He writes inquiring about George's health and reports on the ill health of the people in his area. He reports that even the doctor recently died of the flu.

Thomas Nelson Page Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 01/Mss. 65 P14
Scope and Contents Letters, primarily 1908-1919, from Page and his wife Florence Lathrop Field Page to her daughters Minna Field Gibson Burnaby and Florence Field Lindsay and to Bryan Lathrop and Helen Aldis Lathrop. The letters concern social life in Washington, D.C., life in Rome during World War I, diplomacy under Woodrow Wilson, and the role of a diplomat's wife. There are forty letters, 1915-1916, from Algernon Edwin Burnaby to his wife and son concerning the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. Individuals...

Verner Gaggin Letters

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01321
Scope and Contents Contains letters written during World War I by Captain Verner Gaggin, a doctor who served at Camp Oglethorpe, Georgia during World War I, to his wife Nell. Some of the letters still bear envelopes sent to an address in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Topics discussed include day-to-day hospital proceedings and the impact of the Spanish Influenza of 1918.