John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, March 1919


Title: John B. Exum, Jr Correspondence, March 1919

Digital Collections: World War I

Identifier: MilColl_WWI_37_Exum_Jr_Correspondence_191903

Digital Format: image/jpg

Bit Depth: 24

Digital Creator: Klesta, Kevin

Capture Tools: Zeutschel Book Scanner

Hosted By: State Archives of North Carolina

Metadata Creator: Klesta, Kevin

Type: Text; Still image

Pres Filename: MilColl_WWI_37_Exum_Jr_Correspondence_191903

Local Call Number: WWI 37

Source: World War I Papers. Military Collection. State Archives of North Carolina

Language: English

Creator: Exum, John B. (John Burt), 1889-1957.

Date Details: 1919-03-14; 1919-03-19; 1919-03-26; 1919-03-28; 1919-03-30; 1919-03

Subject: World War, 1914-1918--United States; World War, 1914-1918--Social aspects--United States; World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--United States; World War, 1914-1918--North Carolina; World War, 1914-1918; United States. Army. Infantry Division, 81st; United States. Army. Ammunition Train, 306th; Camp Jackson (S.C.)

Index Terms: Hinnant, Anne E. (Anne Exum)

Place: Chamesson, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France

Time Period: (1900-1929) North Carolina's industrial revolution and World War One

Description: Correspondence written by John B. Exum, Jr. while he served during the war. Exum, Jr. writes almost exclusively to his mother about where he is stationed, what the conditions are like where he is, if he has seen any Wayne County boys, and what he is experiencing in Europe during his service.

Format: Documents

Rights: The SA of NC considers this item in the public domain by U.S. law but responsibility for permissions rests with researchers.;

Source Collections: World War I Papers. Military Collection. State Archives of North Carolina

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