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This collection contains postcards, a hat and pin from Pvt. Earl B. Cleage during the First World War.
This note is from information provided by the donor. Private Earl B. Cleage, American Expeditionary Force was born around 1900 and was the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cleage of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His younger siblings were Lillian and Clifford. The household also included his mother's sister and her daughter from about 1914. This daughter was the donor's husband's mother, Josephine Farris Burdine Woolston. The Cleage children never married and resided together in a house purchased by Lillian in Collingswood, NJ. Lillian and Farris were very close and visited each other often. Earl died around 1954 and Lillian died around 1976.
1 Linear feet (2 folders, 1 box)
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