Guide to the Papers of the Franklin B. Brannan
This collection consists of correspondence between Private Franklin B. Brannan in Korea and his family and friends in Baltimore, Maryland, during the of the Korean War. Brannan writes mostly to his mother, Ethel Mae Brannan, and to his aunt, Gertrude Harrison about his daily life in a U.S. Army salvage yard. In their correspondence with Brannan, they discuss their daily lives in Baltimore. The collection also contains newspaper clippings and a photograph.
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Guide to the Papers of the Franklin B. Brannan, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.
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