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This collection contains 109 letters written by soldiers in World War II. 98 of these are letters are addressed to the Ohmer family in Girard, PA from their sons, Carl and Richard, as well as a friend of the family, Ray O’Connor. 11 of the letters are addressed to Georgia Hitchcock in New York, NY from John V. Starr, as well as one letter signed “Don,” with no other distinguishing factors of his identity. All letters include their original envelope.
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.81 cubic feet
World War II, WWII, Second World War, War Correspondence, 55th Quartermaster Depot, 30th Field Artillery
European History | History | Military History | Oral History | Social History | United States History
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Boeree, Kate, "MS-104: World War II Letters from Carl G. Ohmer and Richard E. Ohmer" (June 2009). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collection and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College.