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Graeff, Susan Prowell, (1890-1967) Sailors Take Part in Honolulu Riot

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09611.538.02 Author/Creator: Graeff, Susan Prowell, (1890-1967) Place Written: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Type: Newspaper clipping Date: 13 November 1945 Pagination: 1 p. ;

One newspaper clipping sent by Susan Prowell Graeff and Raymond James Graeff to Leonard Eugene Graeff dated November 13, 1945. The clipping is regarding sailors armed with bayonets, clubs, rocks, and hammers who attacked a community of local residents on Honolulu. The attack was in retaliation for repeated attacks by locals on sailors and servicemen.

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