Edwin G. Frick First World War Correspondence Collection

Authors

Edwin G. Frick

Document Type

Letter - Chapman Access Only

Keywords

burial and graves, casualties, censorship, Christmas, commemoration, company, death, family, father, fear, foreign occupation, front line, gifts, health and sickness, holiday, homesickness, hospitals, housing, illness, infantry, love, medical treatment, personal stories, post-war hopes, prisoners, rest, soldiers, trains, transportation, war memorial, war wounded, women at home, youth

Publication Date

11-27-1918

Subject Terms

Prisoners of war--[German locomotives]; United States. Army; United States. Army. Cavalry Troop G; World war, 1914 1918 [[Saint Dizier, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Chaumont, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Bar sur aube, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Peironne, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Brest, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[State of Marne, Champaigne, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Paris, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Verdun Rheems, France]]; World war, 1914 1918 [[Conde, France]]; World war 1914 1918 Medical care; World war 1914 1918 Personal narratives, American

Summary

This collection includes letters from Sarg. Edwin G. Frick during his time in the United States Army (unit unknown) to his family and girlfriend, Elizabeth, from 1917 until his death in 1919. Most of his letters were written from France. Part of this correspondence includes letters that he received from Elizabeth.

Identifier

2014038wr_045

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