349 results found for: name:"Newth, Frank F. (Frank Forrest), 1895-1979"

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1918 May 13

Cushman, Mathis

Letter from Mathis Cushman to Frank F. Newth

South Hamilton (Mass.) - Matis tells Nick about the farming that they are doing. Harold want to go to war, but his family ties are holding him in the fourth class.

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1918 May 28

Donahue, Edward

Letter from Edward Donahue to Frank F. Newth

Tours (France) - Ed learned Nick's address because while he was sorting the mail he saw a letter for Nick with a postmark from Lynn. He receives mail from home frequently, and the news is always cheerful. He heard from the other Lynn boys that Nick had been in Towns and is sad that he missed him.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 25

Hal

Letter from Hal to Frank F. Newth

Chicago (Ill.) - Hal is still in Chicago since he was rejected by the medical advisory baord but he is doing what he can to help the war effort by buying Liberty Bonds. He reminds Nick of the good that he and the boys are doing in France, and assures him that when they come home they will be the pride of the nation. Hal updates Nick on friends from Lynn, Massachusetts and how the major league basebal... more

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1919 Mar. 14

Landregan, Gertrude

Letter from Gertrude Landregan to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Gertrude is sorry that she has not written to Nick recently. Tom is out of the Navy and back at school. During Christmas time they went to Ohio to see Gertrude's family.

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1919 Mar. 30

Power, Tom

Letter from Tom Power to Frank F. Newth

Tours (France) - Powers also wishes that he could be home in Lynn. The 26th Division is expected to arrive in Boston soon, he wishes that they could be there as well. He has been in Paris on leave, it is a great town but so is Lynn.

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1918 Aug. 20

Watson, Jim

Letter from Jim Watson to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Jim is now in the Navy and his is stationed at the Commonwealth Pier in South Boston, he will probably go to sea in December. Jim saw Nick's dad, he is looking well. George Harden is in a hospital in France because he injured his leg.

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1918 Aug. 15

Hal

Letter from Hal to Frank F. Newth

Chicago (Ill.) - Hal has been very busy lately; he took his vacation earlier than he had planned because Carl was leaving camp in July. He wishes that he was in France with Nick but he has been turned down by the draft board. Hal updates Nick on the boys from Lynn. All the Atlantic coast is now guarded since there has been a few boats sunk near Halifax, but they were small unarmed fishing boats.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918

Frank F. Newth in his army uniform

Tours (France) - Photograph of Nick Newth sitting in a chair, wearing his army uniform. Handwritten note to Letty which says 'lovingly your Nick.'

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918

Frank F. Newth with his sergeant

Tours (France) - Photograph of Nick Newth standing next to his Sergeant, both are wearing their Army uniforms. Handwritten note to Letty on the back of the photograph asking what she thinks of the uniforms.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Sept. 20

American Expeditionary Forces Special Orders

France - Special Order issued by Major General Harbord allowing Corporal Newth, Captain Mallatratt, 2nd Lieutenant Vence, and Sergeant Gralund to proceed to Headquarters Army Schools to carry out the instructions of the Chief Quartermaster.

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