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Scope and Content
This collection consists of the diary of Lieutenant Leroy N. Suddath and transcriptions. The diary is bound and dated 1918 and contains the ten months that Suddath spent as a Signal Corps Officer in France during World War One. Transcription and introduction was authored by Mark O’Dell, Georgia Southern alumnus. Also included are digital reproductions of the diary and transcript.
117th Signal Battalion, 312th Infantry Regiment, 406th Telegraph Battalion, 42nd Infantry Division, 78th Infantry Division, American Expeditionary Force (AEF), Banks County, France, Georgia, Gillesville, Grondrecourt, Leroy Suddath, Lorraine Lucille Howle, Meuse-Argonne, P.C. Fakir, Saint Mihiel, Samer, Signal Corps, Suddath Family, Toul Sector, US Army, Wesserling, World War One, Gondrecourt
Gift of Leroy N. Suddath III, 2022.
Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections, "Leroy N. Suddath diary and transcripts" (2022). Finding Aids. 209.