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James Hoskins [ca. 1919]
War: World War, 1914-1918
Branch: Army
Unit: Ordnance Corps
Service Location: Camp Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas; Camp Raritan, New Jersey; Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen, Maryland; Scituate, Massachusetts
Rank: Private First Class
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 Personal Correspondence
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 Other Materials
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 Official Documents (3 items)
Order of Induction [7/22/1918] Letter from V. H. Halperin, 2nd Lt. Ord. Dept., Detachment Commander [2/10/1919] Honorable Discharge and Enlistment Record
 Personal Correspondence (3 items)
Transcription of letter from James Hoskins to "Folks" [8/12/1918] Transcription of letter from James Hoskins to "Folks" [9/16/1918] Partial transcription of letter to Hoskins from his sister Alma [1/24/1919]
 Other Materials (5 items)
Biographical information for James E. Hoskins Information about the quilt Hoskins' mother made for him during his service in WWI Photocopy of pages from "Smileage Book," a book of coupons good for admission to "Liberty Theatres" and "Liberty Tents"
Pamphlett and map for "The Neighborhood Club" World War I song sheet with lyrics to several patriotic songs 

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