Letter to Nathaniel Pettit Joy from William Inman

Letter to Nathaniel Pettit Joy from William Inman
One of the many letters received by Nathaniel Pettit Joy from William Inman, a private in the Headquarters Company of the 309th Infantry Infantry, 78th Division of the American Expeditionary Force. This one is from Epoisses, France. Inman was stationed in Fort Dix, New Jersey until his outfit shipped to France in August of 1918. In November 1918, Inman saw action in France. By December of the same year, he was working in an Army post office in France. In one of his last letters to Pettit Joy, he noted that he would be returning to the United States soon.
March 12, 1919
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14cm x 24cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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