Collection Status: Open for Transcription
Transcription Difficulty Rating: Intermediate
About the Collection
This collection includes World War I letters (correspondence) from the consistently expanding collections of the State Library and State Archives of North Carolina.
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Letter: Arthur Bluethenthal to Davey and Arthur, Jan. 27, 1917
John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, December 1918
John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, January 1919
John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, February 1919
John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, April 1919
James G. Lane Correspondence, March, 1918
James G. Lane Correspondence, May 1918
James G. Lane Correspondence, June 1918
James G. Lane Correspondence, September 1918
James G. Lane Correspondence, October 1918