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Boadway, Walter and Betty (First World War correspondence)
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Letters written by both Betty and Walter Boadway while Lt. Walter Boadway, AEF was stationed abroad at the 8th Aviation Instruction Center in Italy, and later in Paris, France during the First World War One.
Lieutenant Walter Boadway, American Expeditionary Force and his wife Betty Boadway were residents of Pasadena, California. During Walter's tour abroad, Betty spends a long time in Avalon on Catalina Island, CA. Lieutenant Walter M. Boadway served abroad during WWI in Italy, stationed for a time at the 8th Aviation Instruction Center, before relocating in 1919 to Paris, France. Betty refers to Walter as "Buddy" and many of the letters express their love for each other and their unhappiness that the war keeps them apart.
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