Correspondence; Fathers; Children; Families; Mothers; Civil Wars; War
Correspondence from Mary Guthrie Latta to her husband, Samiel R. Latta. In this four-page letter, she expresses concern for the safety of her husband. She states that she is "beginning to feel the terrible realities of war in earnest now."
Two-page handwritten letter by Christopher Ammons to his family describing his reaction to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. He also talks about his platoon leader, Lt. Brown, and about enjoying listening to U.S. music on the radio.
Letter to "Dear, Dear Wife" (J. E. Harrison) written by a soldier from Camp Jackson, 15 miles from Gallatin. The writer is enjoying good health, but wants to see his wife very much. "[I]t want be long till I will come to hold you to my bosem, the...