Henry J. Gramling Papers
Scope and Contents
Correspondence from Henry J. Gramling to his wife Eunice A. Bassett Gramling while he was trained for and engaged in military service during World War I. Letters discuss other soldiers, General Pershing, his work, weather, world events, and family news.
- Gramling, Henry J. (Creator, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
All requests to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
Biographical / Historical
Henry John Gramling was born in New York City in 1892. He married Eunice A. Bassett (1893-1963) on August 17, 1914 and they had a daughter Marbra Fay in 1919. He served as a Private first class, in the Tank Corps of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I. He enlisted on July 15, 1918 and was discharged on August 14, 1919. He worked as a postal clerk in Lebanon, New Hampshire and Woodstock, Vermont from approximately 1926 to 1959. Henry died in 1962 in Vermont.
0.2 Linear Feet (1 document box)
Collection consists of correspondence from Gramling to his wife for a period before they were married then later, for a period when he was in training and serving overseas during World War I. He did not see any combat action.
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- Guide to the Henry J. Gramling Papers
- 2017 October
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