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Guide to the Adam M. Mummey Letters MSS.2017

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Finding aid prepared by April Burnette

Publication:

University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35487-0266
205.348.0500
archives@bama.ua.edu

November 2008

Creation:

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2009-08-28T15:18-0500

Language Usage:

English

Description Rules:

Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Collection Title:

Adam M. Mummey Letters

Unit ID:

MSS.2017

Repository:

University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama

SC0005 2017.1
Quantity:

0.1 linear foot 2 Letters, 1 envelope

Dates:

1919

Language of Materials note

English

Abstract:

Two letters from Sgt. Adam M. (“Mac”) Mummey, stationed in St. Nazaire, France, to his wife, Mrs. Gladys M. Mummey, Chillicothe, Ohio.

creator

Mummey, Adam M.

Scope and Contents note

This is a collection of two letters written by Sgt. Adam. M. (“Mac”) Mummey from Bakery Company #369 to his wife, Mrs. Gladys M. Mummey, Chillicothe, Ohio. He began writing the first letter on January 31, 1919, and he concluded by saying, “will finish this tomorrow, dearie.” The other letter is dated February 1, 1919. He writes to his wife that he misses her and he hopes to be home in a few months. He mentions he is tired and needs rest so he is going to Pons to visit Mr. Stavilow to get some rest.

Biographical/Historical note

At the time of these letters, Sgt Adam M. (“Mac”) Mummey was in Bakery Company #369 in the United States Army and stationed at St. Nazaire, France, during World War I. He was writing to his wife, Gladys M. Mummey in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Preferred Citation:

The Adam M. Mummey Letters, W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama.

Acquisition Information:

Gift of Wade Hall, 2007

Processing Information:

Processed by

April Burnett, 2008