These two pages each have a heading - "Kriege Relief" and "In the Dark of Night - Nuenberg," but nothing has been drawn. It appears that what Mitchener calls "Nuenberg" is the city of Nuremberg in south central Germany.
This is the table of contents page for Hardy A. Mitchener, Jr.'s journal during his stay as a POW in Germany during World War II. He has created his own list, with sections such as "Cellmates," "Our Creed," and "The B-17."
These two pages each have a heading - "Same Monotony Until" and "Exodus Once More" but nothing has been drawn. It appears that Mitchener did not have the time to draw what he wanted under each title heading.
Letter written about the death of Mrs. Merriman's son, William H. Merriman, from consumption and scurvy. The author of the letter discusses William's final days. The letter was written from Headquarters, Medical Department, Fort Rice, Dakota...