McQuade Family First World War correspondence
This collection contains written correspondence, service documents and supplemental information from two members of the McQuade family, Private Edward McQuade and Frances McQuade, who both served with the American Expeditionary Forces during the First World War.
The majority of letters are addressed to their third brother, George McQuade, Jr. and focus on their daily activities in the military and overall life in their camps.
- Creation: 1918 January 16 - 1919 April 23
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This collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Private Edward McQuade, American Expeditionary Force (3/20/1892 - 8/7/1962) was born in Brighton, Michigan and died in Ohio. Frances Patrick McQuade, American Expeditionary Force (4/15/1898 - 9/4/1972) born in Brighton, Michigan and died in Lilley, Michigan.
0.1 Linear Feet (4 Folders)
Language of Materials
This collection contains written correspondence from Pvt. Edward and Frances McQuade, while serving with the AEF, during the First World War One.
This collection is arranged by material type and chronology.
- Series 1, Correspondence from Edward McQuade
- Series 2, Correspondence from Frances Patrick McQuade
- Series 3, documents and ephemera
- Series 4, Supplemental information
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Nancy F. Berry.
Some letters are very fragile and already ripping.
- Finding Aid for the McQuade Family First World War correspondence
- Norman Lee
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