Frank E. Martin correspondence
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of 60 letters written by Frank Everett Martin, while stationed at Camp Dix, New Jersey, and Aignay-le-Due-Cote d'Or, France. The bulk of the letters are to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Martin, who resided at 125 South 11th Street, Newark. The collection also includes dog tags, boat passes, and 39 postcards with scenes of the occupation of, and destruction in, France.
- 1916 - 1919
- Martin, Frank Everett (Person)
Conditions Governing Use
Photocopying of materials is limited and no materials may be photocopied without permission from library staff. Researchers wishing to publish, reproduce, or reprint materials from this collection must obtain permission.
Biographical / Historical
Frank Everett Martin was a private in the 116th Field Signal Battalion of the American Expeditionary Forces stationed in France during World War I. Martin survived the war, and returned the United States in the spring or summer of 1919.
.11 Linear Feet (One quarter Hollinger box)
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