Correspondence, 1907-1934.

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Goodwin, Philip Lippincott, 1885-1958. Correspondence, 1907-1934.

Correspondence, 1907-1934.

Letters to his parents while with the American Red Cross, while with the intelligence service of the United States Army and while traveling abroad; mentions Bishop and Mrs. Roots and German prisoners of war at Davos, Switzerland.

1 box ; 39 x 26 x 12 cm.

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