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Folder 1 Item 6 Letter, March 28, 1918 (page 1 of 5) from Camp Merritt, North Carolina

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Letter, typed, from Frank A. Marston, Camp Merritt, North Carolina to "Mother, Father and Sister" [Mrs. Frank A. Marston, Pensacola, Florida], March 28, 1918 (2 pp.) announcing his promotion, that their company (30th infantry) is leaving for the front (Western Europe) and his new address will be the 'American Expeditionary Force, France" and gives code words for future mail (safe, etc.); with three pages typed of orders for training cadets to prepare them for overseas duties (training pages).
Title: Folder 1 Item 6 Letter, March 28, 1918 (page 1 of 5) from Camp Merritt, North Carolina.
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Name(s): Marston, Frank R., Creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Letter, Typed (5 Pages)
Extent: Page 1 of 5
Abstract: Letter, typed, from Frank A. Marston, Camp Merritt, North Carolina to "Mother, Father and Sister" [Mrs. Frank A. Marston, Pensacola, Florida], March 28, 1918 (2 pp.) announcing his promotion, that their company (30th infantry) is leaving for the front (Western Europe) and his new address will be the 'American Expeditionary Force, France" and gives code words for future mail (safe, etc.); with three pages typed of orders for training cadets to prepare them for overseas duties (training pages).
Identifier: 6605marstonf1item6a (IID)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/uwf/fd/6605marstonf1item6a
Host Institution: UWF

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Title: Folder 1 Item 6 Letter, March 28, 1918 from Camp Merritt, North Carolina.
Name(s): Marston, Frank A., Creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Letter, Typed (5 Pages)
Abstract: Letter, typed, from Frank A. Marston, Camp Merritt, North Carolina to "Mother, Father and Sister" [Mrs. Frank A. Marston, Pensacola, Florida], March 28, 1918 (2 pp.) announcing his promotion, that their company (30th infantry) is leaving for the front (Western Europe) and his new address will be the 'American Expeditionary Force, France" and gives code words for future mail (safe, etc.); with three pages typed of orders for training cadets to prepare them for overseas duties (training pages). Although the three pages titled "Preparations of 3d Battery for Overseas Duty" are not dated, they are included with this letter as the topic of the letter is that they are leaving for the front in World War I and it appears appropriate in the correspondence.
Identifier: 6602marstonf1item6 (IID)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/uwf/fd/6605marstonf1item6
Host Institution: UWF

In Collections