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Harrison Jr., William Kelly (1895-1987) to Orlando C. Mood

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05508.123 Author/Creator: Harrison Jr., William Kelly (1895-1987) Place Written: San Francisco, California Type: Typed letter signed Date: 25 September 1952 Pagination: 4 p. + env. 26.8 x 20.4 cm

Summary of Content: Harrison writes a lengthy discussion of his Christian faith and experiences. He draws heavily on references to passages in the Bible. The end of the letter discusses the Korean War and the reorganization of the Far East Command. Harrison would eventually lead the peace talks for the U.N. in 1953.

People: Harrison, William K
Mood, Orlando C

Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: ChristianityAsiaMilitary HistoryReligionKorean War

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