July 18, 2013, (unprocessed) 0.472 cubic feet; Collection (1917-1925) consists of material related to Roy S. Fisk who served as an Army cook with Co. C, 131st Engineers, AEF, stationed in Le Mans, France, during the latter half of World War I. Included are 29 letters written to his brother who was also stationed in France, 6 letters from his family in Rochester, N.Y., papers related to Fisk’s military career, war-related publications, French guide books and souvenir photo albums from places he visited in France, a postcard book from the U.U.S. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, and Vol. 1, No. 19, April 10, 1919, issue of The Bulletin which discusses issues in France and the military career of Brigadier General George S. Simonds. Also included are some papers and ephemera related to his post-military life. Purchased from Between the Covers Rare Books of Gloucester City, NJ, with funds from the Sara Batten Endowment.
Purchased from Between the Covers Rare Books
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Roy S. Fisk Papers (#1209), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.