[A woman kneeling on a washboard on a bank overlooking a stream, leaning over the water to wash her clothing]

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[A woman kneeling on a washboard on a bank overlooking a stream, leaning over the water to wash her clothing]
Date
[19]18 April 17
Notes
Ted [Edward Van Winkle] ALS to Sama [Le Roy Batdorf Van Winkle], April 17, [19]18. A.E.F., A[dvance] S[ector], page 2. From a collection of over 500 letters that Captain Edward Van Winkle wrote to his wife Sama while serving in the United States Army during World War I. Van Winkle, a member of the 24th Engineer Regiment, discussed his experiences at Washington, D.C. and Camp Dix, New Jersey, and in France and Germany from 1917-1919.
Collection Title
Edward Van Winkle collection
Collection Creator
Van Winkle, Sama Le Roy Batdorf, 1879-1972.
ID
8601
Repository
William L. Clements Library
Date Added/Updated
2019-07-18 16:35:55

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