J. Reah Hollinger 1919 Diary
AuthorHollinger, J. Reah
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1919 diary of J. Reah Hollinger (1895-1996), documenting his military service in World War I. Born in Lancaster, PA, Hollinger was a graduate of Franklin and Marshall Academy (1913) and Franklin and Marshall College (1917). After graduating from F&M, Hollinger enlisted in the Pennsylvania National Guard and later became a member of the 111th Ambulance Company (103rd Sanitary Train, 28th Infantry Division) under the command of Captain Charles P. Stahr (F&M 1897). An annotated transcription of the diary was created by Hackman Summer Scholar Emily Hawk.
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