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U.S.A., U.S. Postal Service, Stamp, Washington, George, President Washington, Salt Lake City, U.S.A., Soldiers, Homesickness, Romance, Hot Weather, Funds, Food, Wife, Camaraderie, Women at Home, Train, Soldiers' Slang, discipline and punishment, housing, poverty, race, racial stereotyping, racism, explosives, racial slur, accident, Military Police, Arkansas River
Elmo S. Culbert; World War 1914 1918; United States-- History--20th Century. United States Army American Expeditionary Forces; Camp Pike (Ark.); World war 1914 1918 Regimental histories United States; World War 1914 1918 United States Military discharge; World War 1914 1918 United States Army Travel; Country life Arkansas; World war 1914 1918 Moral and ethical aspects; World war 1914 1918 Participation African-Americans; World war 1914 1918 Social aspects The South; World War 1914 1918 United States Army Race relations; World War 1914 1918 Kansas City, MO.; World War 1914 1918 Fort Smith, AK.; World War 1914 1918 Oklahoma;
Culbert, Elmo S., "Elmo Culbert First World War Correspondence #12" (1918). Elmo Culbert First World War Correspondence Collection. 12.
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