Charles Wesley Abbott collection
Comprised of 11 packets of blank postcards from France, the Charles Wesley Abbott collection illustrates the travels of a U.S. soldier abroad during World War I. Postcard packets are from scenic areas throughout France.
- Creation: 1914 - 1918
- Abbott, Charles Wesley, 1895-1980 (Person)
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Charles Wesley Abbott was born in Middleton, Ohio, in 1895, and served as a Private First Class in World War I.
Abbott was later active in veterans’ organizations including the American Legion and the Society of Forty and Eight. He died in 1980.
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Comprised of 11 packets of blank postcards from France, the Charles Wesley Abbott collection illustrates the travels of a U.S. soldier abroad during World War I.
A U.S. Army soldier’s helmet used by Charles Wesley Abbott during service in France during World War I has been separated to the Artifacts unit.
- Charles Wesley Abbott collection, [1914-1918]
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