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Peirce (Herbert H.D.) papers
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The Herbert H.D. Peirce papers (1910-1916) consists almost exclusively of documents relating to Pierce's studies of conditions in the camps and among German and Austro-Hungarian prisoners of war in 1915.
Herbert Henry Davis Peirce (1849-1916) was a U.S diplomat in Russia during World War I. Peirce was appointed Minister Plenipotentiary in 1915 to assist Ambassador David Francis in Russia with special missions, in particular, relating to the interests of the Central Powers in Russia, such as examining the conditions in prisoner of war camps.
1 manuscript box, memorabilia (0.4 Linear Feet)
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