U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, correspondence, Infantry, Western Front, artillery, France, Massachusetts, romance, soldier slang, Worchester, MA, women at home, german soldiers, patriotism, nationalism, racial slur, racial stereotype, photograph, prisoners of war, homesickness, postwar hopes, rainy weather
Charles W. Earley; June 23, 1918; World War 1914 1918 United States. Army American Expeditionary Forces; World War 1914 1918 United States. Regimental histories Coast Artillery; World War 1914 1918 United States. Regimental histories 56th Field Artillery Brigade Battery; World War 1914 1918 Description and travel France; World War 1914 1918 Prisoners of war -- France;
This collection contains seven letters by Charles W. Earley, who served in Battery E, 56th artillery of the A.E.F in France. The letters written to his fiancee, Mary Clancy. The couple never married.
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Earley, Charles W., "[2014.160.w.r_ Earley _worldwarone_1918-06-23_002.pdf] Charles W. Earley First World War Correspondence Collection" (1918). Charles W. Earley First World War Correspondence Collection. 2.