Guide to the Glenn Bush Collection, 1918-1939

Finding aid prepared by Caitlin Tetreau and Jennifer Cox.

Collection number:     BLC-CR05
Title:     Glenn Bush Collection, 1918-1939
Dates:     1918-1939, bulk 1918
Extent:     .25 linear feet 25 Letters

Collection Scope and Content
 

This collection contains 25 letters and documents from and about U.S Army Pvt. Glenn Bush (created 1918-1939). Pvt. Bush served during World War I at Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan, at Camp Mills, Long Island, New York and in France. Letters are addressed to his sweetheart Miss Ella Macleaver of Ionia, Michigan. Accompanying the letters is a social security card, registration certificate and a letter from France requesting money in 1939 for the American Fund for Breton Relief.

Arrangement
 

Arranged roughly chronologically.

Related Material
 

Randall M. Cushing Collection

Collection Contents
 

Folder
                                            
001        July 3-July 9, 1918
002        July 13-Aug. 18, 1918
003        Sept. 2-Nov. 11, 1918
004        Nov. 23, 1918-Sept. 30, 1919
005        Misc.