Wes Davidson Second World War correspondence
This collection contains 65 V-mail written by Sergeant Wes Davidson, United States Army to his sweetheart Peggy Smith during the Second World War. Davidson served in Company F of the 185th Infantry Regiment. In Davidson's V-mail, he writes about his daily activities on a military base (base unknown).
Also included is a condensed version of Andrew Carroll's book "War Letters" and a newspaper clipping about a woman in search of someone to give her Second World War letters to.
- Creation: 1942 September 4 - 1943 January 9
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This collection contains V-mail written by Sgt. Wes Davidson, USA to his sweetheart Peggy Smith during the Second World War.
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Gift of Nan Williams
- Finding Aid for Wes Davidson Second World War correspondence
- John Encarnacion
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