Roy V. Martin Correspondence, 1918


Roy V. Martin Correspondence, 1918


Audience: All

Capture Tools-M: Zeutschel Omniscan 12

Place: North Carolina, United States

Time Period: (1900-1929) North Carolina's industrial revolution and World War One

Creator: Martin, Roy V.

Date: 1917; 1918; 1919

Description: Correspondence written by Roy V. Martin of Gastonia, N.C., while he was stationed in training camp at Camp Sevier, S.C., in January 1918, and April to July 1918. Martin was serving at the time in Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 30th Division, U.S. Army. The letters also cover Martin’s time traveling to France in May 1918, and his first few months of service in Europe during World War I.

Digital Collection: North Carolina in World War I

Digital Format: image/jpeg

Language: English

Local Call No.: WWI 80 (Folder 2)

Format: Documents

Rights: This item is provided courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina and is a public record according to G.S.132.

Collection: WWI Papers. Military Collection. State Archives of North Carolina

Subjects: World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1914-1918--United States; World War, 1914-1918--North Carolina; North Carolina. National Guard; United States. Army. Engineer Regiment, 105th; United States. Army. Machine Gun Battalion, 115th; Camp Sevier (S.C.)

Title: Roy V. Martin Correspondence, 1918

Type: Image

Repository: North Carolina Digital Collections

Source: From: Roy V. Martin Correspondence, 1918

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