- Item 102334 - James Boyle writes to Joseph Murray regarding Paris Convention, Waterville, 1927
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- Item 102334
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The Second American Expeditionary Forces Paris Convention trip, in 1927, was not restricted solely to the army veterans of the A.E.F., veterans of other branches of the military were included if they could procure a space on the ship. Joseph L. Murray was a Navy veteran that accompanied the A.E.F. on the cruise. Murray served in World War I from 1917 to 1919.Show Details
This letter, regarding applications and cabin placements for Joseph and friends, was sent from James L. Boyle of the Adjutant Department in Waterville, Maine.