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The letters of John Alexander Kinnear consist of 7 postcards and 92 letters which were written by Kinnear to his family living near Lexington Virginia. The letters range in dates from November of 1916 (before Kinnear joined the service) to May of 1919 (after he arrived home from Europe). The letters are mainly addressed to his mother, Mrs. J. J. L. Kinnear, but there are some that are addressed to his father and siblings.
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World War I, WWI, World War I Correspondence, Ambulance Corp, U.S. Army Ambulance Service, Camp Crane, Second Battle of the Marne
European History | History | Military History | Social History | United States History
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Gorczyca, Dori L., "MS-148: WWI Letters of John Alexander Kinnear" (July 2013). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.