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The Toomey collection is composed primarily of correspondence and is arranged into four sections including letters to Leo Toomey, Joe Toomey, Mary Ellen Toomey, and other miscellaneous correspondence.
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World War I, WWI, Quarter Master Corps, Fort Slocum, 306th Infantry, Camp Upton, war nurse, war correspondence
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Campbell, Jaclyn, "MS-032: The Letters of the Toomey Family during World War I" (August 2001). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.