Letters, photographs, drawings, and woodcuts, relating to internment of German citizens in the United States during World
War I, and to family affairs. Includes letters received from relatives in Germany, 1901-1905, and illustrations of internees
and conditions in Fort Oglethorpe, 1918-1919.
German resident of the United States; internee, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, during World War I.
1 manuscript box
(0.4 Linear Feet)
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