World War I draft lottery numbers
Scope and Contents
Three numbers used in the three draft lotteries held during World War I attached to an illustrated, explanatory brochure created by Capt. Charles R. Morris. Also includes correspondence from Elbert B. Hamlin, who procured the numbers from Morris and donated them to the Litchfield Historical Society, and from Morris in response to Hamlin's request.
- created: 1922
- Other: Date acquired: 04/04/1924
- Morris, Charles R. (Person)
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Source of Acquisition
Elbert B. Hamlin
Method of Acquisition
Existence and Location of Originals
multi-part note content
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- World War I draft lottery numbers
- Leith Johnson
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