Martin, George Earl
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Martin, George Earl, 1916 - 1918
Contains 2 letters from Martin to Norris, 1 letter from Martin's aunt, Ada M. Bates, to Norris, 1 letter from Norris to Ada M. Bates, Martin's address, and some notes about him written by Norris.
Ninth War Letter, June 1918
Contains 2 copies of a 7 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". The letter consists of updates about Lawrenceville School sports, the death of two Lawrenceville alumni in action, and updates about the lives of Lawrenceville alumni in the service.
Sixth War Letter, March 1918
Contains 2 copies of a 6 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville Friends" and 2 copies of a 13 page "supplement" to the letter. Pages 3 and 5 of the letter and pages 2-4 of the supplement are missing. In the letter, Norris updates recipients on Lawrenceville sports and happennings at the school, and includes updates from letters recieved from Lawrenceville alumni in service. The supplement consists of list of enlisted Lawrenceville alumni and their locations.
Tenth War Letter, July - August 1918
Contains 2 copies of a typewritten 8 page letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". The letter consists of updates about the record heat, an updated "Honor Roll" (a list of Lawrenceville alumni killed while in the service), and updates about the lives of Lawrenceville alumni in the service.
Third War Letter, December 1917
Contains 2 copies of 7 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville Friends". Page 2 of each letter is missing. Norris includes updates on alumni and the Lawrenceville School. Norris also writes about an alumnus killed in action.
Thirteenth Letter - The Second Victory Letter, January - February - March 1919
Contains 3 copies of a 4 page letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville friends". The letter consists of updates about the school, and changes to the faculty, updates about Lawrenceville sports, and updates about the lives of Lawrenceville alumni.
- Camp Johnston (Jacksonville, Fla.) 4
- Ambulance service--United States. 3
- Athletics 3
- France 3
- United States. Army--Aviation. 3
- World War, 1914-1918--Casualties 3
- Camp Funston (Kan.) 2
- Camp Grant (Ill.) 2
- Camp Hancock (Ga.) 2
- Camp Jackson (Mo.) 2
- Camp Meade (Md.) 2
- Camp Taylor (Ky.) 2
- Camp Wheeler (Ga.) 2
- Canada. Royal Flying Corps. 2
- Debates and debating 2
- Kelly Field (Tex.) 2
- London (England) 2
- Quartermasters--United States. 2
- Submarines (Ships) Germany 2
- Torpedo-boat destroyers 2 + ∧ less