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Postal service, Knights of Columbus, July 1919, Fort Myer, Virginia, cavalry, U.S.A., troop "k", Bar Harbor, Maine, cavalry, African-Americans, protest, correspondence, personal narratives, personal stories, combat, race, racism, outrages, civilians, crime, discontent, death, wounded, injury, injured, racial stereotyping, racial slur, race, racism, riot, self-determination, Washington, Race Riot 1919, Red Summer 1919, munitions, homesickness, rainy weather, bad weather, boredom, agriculture, culture, social customs, Texas, returning home
Lora W. Stanley; World War I; World War One; July 22, 1919; World War, 1914 1918; Army; United States. Army ; War and Civilization -- History -- 20th Century; United States; United States Cavalry; United States. Army. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd; U.S.A.; Bar Harbor (Me.) -- History -- 20th century; Washington (D.C.) -- History -- 20th Century; Washington (D.C.) -- Race Relations -- 20th Century; Washington (D.C.) -- Social Conditions -- 20th Century; Washington (D.C.) -- Politics and Government -- 20th Century;
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Franklin, Mack E., "Mack Franklin First World War Correspondence #3" (1919). Mack Franklin First World War Correspondence Collection. 3.