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Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992; to Naomi

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09662.354 Author/Creator: Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992; Place Written: Fort Bragg, North Carolina Type: Typed letter signed Date: 3 November 1942 Pagination: 2 p. : envelope

Summary of Content: One letter addressed to Naomi Hurwitz from Warren Schwartz dated November 3, 1942. Pertains to how much he can be unnecessarily mean to her from time to time and that this is a habit he hadn't realized he needed to break.

People: Hurwitz, Naomi, 1897-1973
Schwartz, Warren Harold, 1914-1992

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: Soldiers and CiviliansJewish AmericansWorld War IISoldier's LetterMilitary ServiceMilitary TrainingCourtship

Sub Era: World War II

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