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correspondence, Iowa, Georgia, Davenport, Iowa, Atlanta, Georgia, Camp Dodge, Georgia, postal service, May, 1918, 1918, field artillery, United States, United States Army, army, artillery, engineers, censorship, American flag, family, uncle, niece, training, health and sickness, gifts, gifts from home, love, mother, boredom, pictures, photography, travel, ship, mobilization, France, French, romance, education, tactics, strategy, landscapes, marching and drill, defence, weather, hot weather, cold weather, damp weather, animals, death, transportation
May 3, 1918; World War I; World War One; Dorothy Hornberger; Clarence Lindstadt; World War, 1914 1918; United States; Davenport (Ia.) -- History -- 20th Century; Camp Gordon (Ga.); War and Civilization -- History -- 20th Century; United States. Army; United States. Army. Supply Company. 339th Battalion; United States. Army. Field Artillery; United States. Army. Engineers; Atlanta (Ga.) -- History -- 20th Century ;
2014.160.w.r_ Hornberger _worldwarone_1918-05-03_010
Lindstadt, Clarence, "1917-05-03, Clarence to Dorothy" (1918). Dorothy Hornberger First World War correspondence. 10.
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