Edna Moore papers, 1898-1938.

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Moore, Edna. Edna Moore papers, 1898-1938.

Edna Moore papers, 1898-1938.

Letters to Moore from former students of Johnson High School, St. Paul (Minn.), during their World War I military service, containing information on military routine, air reconnaissance flights in France, President Woodrow Wilson's voyage to Europe, and duties of the Red Cross in France.

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