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HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1333.AM:  Elmer Crozier Pyeatte, 1892-1954



Correspondence: 1917-1918

Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska

Size:  One folder



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of one folder containing correspondence from Elmer C. Pyeatte to members of the J.M. Haney family, Fremont, Nebraska.  Pyeatte served with Company C, 49th Engineers during World War I.  Between December 30, 1917 and July 5, 1918, Pyeatte writes from various U.S. locations, including Needles, California, Fort McDowell (California), and Fort Myer (Virginia).  The remainder of the letters are written from Orleans, France.  The letters describe military life, activities, weather conditions, etc.  The last letter is dated November 28, 1918.



 



Subject headings:



Military life

Pyeatte, Elmer Crozier, 1892-1954

Soldiers

World War I

World War, 1914-1918 — Personal narratives



 



Revised TMM      04-05-2018