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|Abstract||Captain, 307th Infantry Division, United States Army. Correspondence of Samuel Simpson Nash, Jr., during World War I. The letters begin when Nash was stationed at Camp Upton in New York and continue through his stay in France during the war. The letters discuss camp life, family matters, and battles in which Nash fought.|
|Creator||Nash, Samuel Simpson, b. 1889.|
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Captain, 307th Infantry Division, United States Army.Back to Top
Samuel Simpson Nash, Jr., of Tarboro, N.C., son of Samuel Simpson and Annie Gray Cheshire Nash, attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, 1906-1908, and served as a captain in the 307th Infantry Division, United States Army, in France during World War I.
This collection contains correspondence of Samuel Simpson Nash Jr. Most of the letters are from Nash to his mother in Tarboro, N.C., and several were written to a woman named Gray. The letters begin when Nash was at Camp Upton in New York and continue through his stay in France during the war. The letters discuss camp life, family matters, and descriptions of battles in which Nash fought.Back to Top
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