George T. Angell World War I letters, 1918.

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Title

George T. Angell World War I letters, 1918.

Creator

Angell, George T., 1893-1971.

Description

Scans and a transcription of 36 letters written by George T. Angell of Hardwick, Vermont, while training for deployment in World War I between September and December of 1918. The letters describe Angell's life at Camp Devens, including the impact of the Spanish influenza epidemic, which he experienced personally. His letters to his parents describe the inoculation program and provide details about the treatment and hospital care he received after becoming sick. Some of the more in-depth accounts of Angell's illness were written after he left the hospital and was able to return to light duty.

Date

1918.

Identifier

MSA681.6

Rights

This image is presented for research and educational purposes only. The copyright and related rights status of this item has not been evaluated.

Repository

Vermont Historical Society.

Citation

Angell, George T., 1893-1971., “George T. Angell World War I letters, 1918.,” Digital Vermont: A Project of the Vermont Historical Society, accessed May 30, 2024, https://digitalvermont.org/1918/MSA681.6.