George Nathaniel Nash Papers 1917-1919


George Nathaniel Nash Papers TXRC03-A12., 1917-1919

George Nathaniel Nash Papers 1917-1919

The collection consists of thepapers of George Nathaniel Nash, a British Army officer stationed in Russia from1917-1919.

2 boxes (.84 linear feet)


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