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DavidEichelDiary1a.jpg
Diary of David Eichel, prisoner number 84 at U.S.D.B., Fort Douglas. He served time at Camp Upton, Camp Funston, Ft. Riley, Ft. Leavenworth and Ft. Douglas, from 1917 to May 1920

ArticlesDepositedExecOffice1918November4.jpg
Form indicates that One package stationery was deposited in the Chaplain's Office.

DishonorableDischargeOfficialPage1.jpg
Dishonorable discharge papers pf William Kantor signed by J. B. McDonald, Colonel Cavalry, Alcatraz, California, November 8, 1919.

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Memo from the Executive Office, stamped with name T.D.Miller. Notifies prisoner 14414, William Kantor, that 8 years of his prison sentence are remitted by order of the War Department on 3/11/1919. Without loss of good time, his sentence ends…

CTFrankeltoDavid1920Jan1page1b.jpg
1 letter from E.T. Frankel to David Eichel and a partial response from David, regarding C.O. detention and the new year

DavidtoAnna1918October1Letter2page1.jpg
2 letters from David Eichel to Anna, reporting on conditions at Camp Funston, Kansas

DavidtoLangman1918August16page1b.jpg
Letter from David Eichel to Langman regarding treatment of categories of C.O.

DavidtoLangman1918July18page1b.jpg
Letter from David to Langman regarding dentention as C.O.

DavidtoPhil1918September1page1b.jpg
Letter from David Eichel to Phil giving updates on conditions at Fort Riley

DavidtoSibyl1918September29page1.jpg
David explains to Sibyl his reasons for rejecting offers of non-combatant labor

HowardtoDavid1920November5page1.jpg

JBrandontoDavid1919March26page1b.jpg

JoetoDavid1919April10page1b.jpg

LeeUsticktoDavid1919October4.jpg

RogerBaldwintoDavid1917Dec11.jpg
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