Preserving War Letters

Letters from any war constitute primary source material, first-hand accounts from the battlefield, and provide a unique window on that conflict. Preserving this priceless correspondence as social history for future generations is critical. Learn how—and how not—to safeguard letters from our Delaware troops at war in this lively, interactive program by award-winning journalist Nancy E. Lynch who received nearly 1,000 letters from the frontlines of the Vietnam War for her popular newspaper column. Program will be held on June 4 @ 5 pm at the Greenwood Public Library. For more information contact us at 302-855-1242 or check us out at This program is targeted to enrich patrons’ understanding of world/United States/local histories through lecture by qualified professors/instructors/organizations with time for audience questions and comments.

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