Lucille Williams Papers
This collection consists of items from the Civil War, World War I and World War II. The Civil War letter was written on July 25, 1862 from H. S. Wells (a paroled prisoner) to Verness Williams (Lucille Williams's husband's grandfather); a typed transcription is included. Items regarding World War I include two military postcards which officially informed families of soldiers' whereabouts. Items regarding World War II include a photograph of the island from which the Enola Gay flew, a 1995 Chicago Tribune facsimile edition of a 1945 newspaper, a newspaper clipping from the Detroit Free Press of the complete text of General MacArthur's address to Congress, and a few Reader's Digest clippings.
- 1862-1995 (bulk 1940s)
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0.3 Linear Feet
This collection consists of a July 25, 1862 letter from a paroled Civil War solider, military postcards from World War I, and a photograph and clippings from World War II.
No biographical information could be found.
Collection consists of three folders.
This collection was donated to Special Collections by Lucille Williams on August 29, 2002.