Lloyd Ellis Hardy Collection, circa 1911-1926 (R0642)

0.01 cubic foot (1 folder)

 Finding Aid

The Lloyd Ellis Hardy Collection concerns Lloyd Ellis Hardy, a native of Tippah County, Mississippi, and later a resident of Bethany, Harrison County, Missouri. Compiled and edited by Robert G. Johnston, the collection includes photocopies of letters written during Hardy’s service in the 4th Missouri Infantry on the Mexican border and at Nevada, Missouri in 1916-1917, and with the 139th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division in France in 1919.



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