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This collection contains 109 letters written by Jes Jerry Jessen addressed to his family in Spokane, WA, including his mother and father, his brothers George and Ralph, his sister Helen (“La La”) and his aunt Molly between June 6th, 1917 and June 22nd, 1919. These letters follow him through his training in Vancouver, Washington; Charlotte, North Carolina; France; and Germany, where his correspondence ends.
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.27 cubic feet
World War I, WWI, First World War, War Correspondence, 4th U.S. Army Engineers, Utah Concrete Pipe Company
European History | History | Military History | Public History | Social History | United States History
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Boeree, Kate, "MS-103: Jes Jerry Jessen World War I Letters" (July 2009). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.