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Virginia War History Commission—Winchester Branch Records

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
Handley Regional Library
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

P.O. Box 58, Winchester, VA 22604
(540) 662-9041 ext. 17

586 THL

This collection contains source material for researchers of World War I veterans of Winchester and Frederick County, VA. Included are forms, letters, etc., which were used by the Virginia War Commission after World War I to acquire information concerning returning veterans of that war. Also included are write-ups on local individuals who served in World War I. (1 box) Last updated 05/03.

Box 1

Guidelines for county war history, 1 booklet, printed; 2 leaves, typescript

Newsletters, 4 items, printed
No. 3, October 1919
No. 5, January 1920
No. 6, February 1920
No. 7, July 1920

Questionnaires, 18 leaves, typescript;
4 pages, 1 envelope, printed;
1 page, printed/manuscript; 1 leaf, manuscript

"Winchester and Frederick County in the World War,"
first draft [by Frank H. Krebs], [1922]
Draft (incomplete), 188 leaves, typescript (copy)
Correspondence, 3 leaves, typescript

"Virginia in the World War - City of Winchester and County of Frederick," revision by Oren F. Morton, no date, 100 leaves, typescript (copy)

"Winchester and Frederick County in War Time -- A Community History," by C. Vernon Eddy, et al., no date, booklet, 2 copies, 29 pages, printed