Herbert Kleyboecker Papers, 1918 (SP0039)

0.2 cubic feet (6 folders, 5 photographs)

 Finding Aid

The Herbert Kleyboecker Papers contain his World War I correspondence from 1918 to 1919. His letters, written to his family in St. Louis, Missouri, contains detailed descriptions of basic training in Kansas, life in camp, opinions on the participation of African-American troops, conscientious objectors, trench warfare, and the treatment of the wounded in allied hospitals.

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