2 folders (.10 cubic feet)
Collection is open for research.
This collection consists of letters sent by George Lawrence Armitage to his parents in Savannah, Georgia and later Charleston, South Carolina. The letters discuss his experiences in both England and France during World War I. The letter dated May 23, 1918, includes a photograph showing Armitage's class following training on reaction to mustard gas.
[Item identification], George Lawrence Armitage letters and photograph, MS 2188, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
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Sarah Alexander Cunningham collection, MS 194.
Gordon family papers, MS 318.
George L. Armitage (1891-1964) was a doctor assigned to the 70th Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery during World War I. He was from Savannah, Georgia and joined the British Army at the outbreak of the war in September 1914.
Collection materials are in English.
Finding aid is available in repository.