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    • Sergeant George Goetz at Camp San Augustine

    • Prisoners of war; Military camps; Military officers; Military personnel; Military uniforms; Military vehicles; World War II
    • Back of the photo: Sergeant George Goetz (behind the wheel) and unidentified G.I. San Augustine, Texas, house in background belonged to Keidel family, 1st generation Germans - one of the daughters fell in love with and consequently married one of...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 29, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Sick persons; Military camps; Military medicine;
    • Lawrence Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. Many of the soldiers at Camp Hope have the mumps and the camp has no medicine to treat them. Crystal Hill Camp was nicknamed "Camp of the Shadow of Death" because so many died there from illness. Mentions...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, August 3, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military camps; Military deserters; Military life; Military leadership; Military officers;
    • Lawrence Taylor, Camp Crystal Hill, to Charles S. Taylor. Lieutenant-Colonel Hendricks resigned. Captain Nobles was subsequently made captain but the men did not agree with the new arrangement. They wanted Henry Curl to be captain but he refused so...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 4, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Sick persons; Smallpox; Military bands; Military camps; Military leadership; Military life; Military maneuvers; Military officers; Military medicine; Military tactics; Weather;
    • F. Voigt, Camp Bayou, Metoe Prairie County near Brownsville, Ark., to Charles S. Taylor. Voigt is writing Taylor to inform him of the recent "incidents and conditions" of the Texas Regiments in the Arkansas wilderness. He mentions William Taylor's...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, November 2, 1863

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Weather; Military camps; Military deserters; Military life; Prisoners of war; Military reconnaissance;
    • William Taylor to Amelia Taylor. William writes of the weather and how muddy the bayou has gotten because of the rain. A deserter was shot from Randal's Brigade. He explains that the man thought he was with Union soldiers but it was really men from...
    • Thomas Letters, June 15, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military education; Military camps; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera but it had taken a very long time to get to him. He was upset that she had not posted it sooner. His military training is very hard on him and he says that if he makes it...
    • Thomas Letters, July 1, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military education; Military camps; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert is about to leave R. O. T. C. training and he is telling her what he plans to do once he leave and when he returns to Nacogdoches. He also describes the final ceremonies of the training camp.
    • Thomas Letters, June 19, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military education; Military camps; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a box of candy and a letter from Lera. His father sent him a telegram telling him to return to Nacogdoches immediately following his training and that he temperature had reached 104...
    • Thomas Letters, July 28, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military deserters; Military life; Military officers; Military personnel; Military inspections;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells Lera that some of the boys stayed in Chicago four hours later than they should have and they got in trouble. One of his friends went A. W. O. L. the previous night and is being punished. He...
    • Thomas Letters, June 29, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military training; Infantry;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert describes some of his infantry training. The previous night they were order to go out to the trenches right before bedtime and he believes they will have to go into the trenches again from eleven...
    • Thomas Letters, August 23, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military service; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert's company stood guard for twenty four hours. During his duty the boys had to stop every north bound car on Sheridan Road and search them. His battalion received orders to be ready with their packs...
    • Thomas Letters, August 21, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military education; Military life; Military camps; Military officers; Military tactics; Military training; Paydays;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert is slightly upset with her because he feels that she does not give him the same consideration when he is away as she does when he is at home. An American Captain has arrived to the camp from the...
    • Thomas Letters, July 17, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military training;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert has not heard from Lera and he tells her that he is not getting too upset yet. Apparently their last meeting did not go very well and Albert tells her that he hopes that she doesn't disappoint him....
    • Thomas Letters, July 23, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military training; Military uniforms;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a letter from Lera and is apologizing for the previous letter that he sent her in which he was very upset with her for not writing. He is officially in the U. S. Army now. He says that the...
    • Thomas Letters, September 9, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military training; Artillery (Troops); Universities & colleges;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert received a very pleasant letter from Lera and he was very pleased. he wrote a letter to Edith L. while he was suppose to be on kitchen patrol (K. P.). Lera is leaving from Ward-Belmont in Tennessee...
    • Thomas Letters, August 27, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Shelters; Bayonets; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military service; Military tactics; Military training; Military personnel; World War I; Soldiers;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas and Lera Millard. Albert tells Lera about the hike his battalion went on they made a bivouac. He is really sore and had blistered feet. He complains a little about Lear's short letters that she writes. Lera has made it...
    • Thomas Letters, September 6, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Courtship; Military camps; Military education; Military life; Military officers; Military service; Military training; Bayonets; Infantry; Artillery (Troops);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. There are rumors going around camp that there is a major from Camp Taylor, Kentucky visit for the purpose of recruiting men for an artillery camp. He wired his parents to see if it was okay with them if he...
    • Thomas Letters, April 17, 1917

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Spring; Military camps; Military personnel; Military training; Military organizations; World War I;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert tells how he has a case of "Spring fever" and has been really lazy. He tells about a military company and what they did when war was declared on Germany.

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