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  • John Adams Papers 1919-1987

Letter from Harry E. Jones, 1944

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Letter from Harry E. Jones, 1944
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Jones, Harry E.
"Unfortunately the Army, like the birds, is showing signs of restlessness and a desire to be on the wing, so I suppose that in a shorter or longer time you will be hearing from me at some new address," Jones writes. His wife is growing tired of her low-paying job, but they fear a post-war "slump." He recounts an evening spent playing music "with the record-collector in Chapel Hill."
Ruby Jones; United States Army; 315th Infantry Regiment; Camp Butner; Johanna Gadski; Walkure Ho, yo, to, yo!; Tod und die Madchen; Ernestine Schumann-Heink; Michael Bohnen; Parsifal; John Adams; Saturday Evening Post; Post-war plans; Vinyl records
North Carolina - Camp Butner Training Center
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