Pearl Johntz Diary

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Dublin Core

Title

Pearl Johntz Diary

Description

This collection contains the diary of Pearl Johntz, who was a Red Cross Canteen captain in Kansas during World War I. The Red Cross Canteen service cooked food for soldiers across the United States. The entries detail the Red Cross Canteen's daily activities and social events, including activities relating to the United States war effort. There are also three photographs, two of which are from February 1918.

Creator

Johntz, Pearl

Source

Pearl Johntz Diary, SC 00458, Small Collections Box 16

Identifier

SC 00458

Date

1918

Language

eng

Type

Text
Image

Has Format

https://hdl.handle.net/10288/22517

Is Part Of

Pearl Johntz Diary

Scripto

Status

To transcribe

Percent Completed

40

Weight

040100

Citation

Johntz, Pearl, “Pearl Johntz Diary,” W&M Transcribe, accessed May 24, 2024, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/4666.