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MRS. EDWARD B. WIRT
561 Main Street
Boylston, Mass. 01505



THE SHIP ON WHICH I SAILED HAS ARRIVED
SAFELY OVERSEAS.



Name-- Pvt. E. R. Wirt
Organization-- 302 Inf. Machine Gun Co.

AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES.

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Edward Roswell Wirt (1891-1942) sent this postcard on July 7, 1918, to assure his fiance Emily Gladys Bartlett and his family in Massachusetts that he had arrived safely at his destination in France. He was a member of the infantry during America's participation in World War I.

 

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Postcard to Mrs. Edward Wirt

author   Edward Roswell Wirt (1891-1942)
date   Jul 7, 1918
location   France
width   5.5"
height   3.5"
process/materials   printed paper, ink with manuscript
item type   Personal Documents/Letter
accession #   #L01.023


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WWI letter to Emily Gladys Bartlett

WWI Dog Tags of Lt. Henry N. Flynt

"The World's Work" - War Manual of the Great 1914 European Conflict


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