In the diary Willett discusses enlistment; camp life; the procurement of equipment and supplies; the health, background, and fate of the men in his company; his participation in a court martial committee; and troop movements and campaigns...
In the letter McDonald sends Tallulah a picture of herself, which he found in a German dugout. He also discusses his background, the work of his company, and the war-torn French countryside: "So far to date, we have not been in any real pretty part...
Flier issued by the Communist Party, U.S.A., in Birmingham, Alabama. It describes the background and progress of the strike; identifies the "open enemies of the strikers"; lists of the demands of the United Textile Workers of America; and stresses...
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