Guttlieb Neider correspondence to Mrs. T.H. Hack
Collection — Folder: 1
Call Number: RH MS P309
Neider's letters are all written to his sister, Mrs. T. H. Hack, who lived in Lawrence, Kansas. The letters date from his first day of active service until his discharge and return home. Neider related army life in the United States and France.
- June, 1918-June 15, 1919
- Neider, Guttlieb (Person)
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Biography of Guttlieb Neider.
Guttlieb Neider was drafted into the army in June, 1918, by the Douglas County Draft Board, along with 76 other men. On June 28, 1918 the draftees were guests of the City of Lawrence prior to being moved to Camp Funston, Ft. Riley, Kansas for physical examinations and induction. Neider was assigned to Company H, 352nd Infantry Regiment at Camp Dodge, Iowa, where he received basic training. He saw active duty in France shortly before the Armistice.
1 folder (39 items)
RH MS P309
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Charles E. Ledom, March 1977
- Guide to the Guttlieb Neider Collection
- Guttlieb Neider correspondence to Mrs. T.H. Hack
- lgg 31 March 1977 mg 2004
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Guttlieb Neider Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS P309, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas