American Legion, Dept. of Washington records, 1919-1920 PDF
- American Legion. Dept. of Washington
- American Legion, Dept. of Washington records
- 1919-1920 (inclusive)19191920
- .5 linear feet
4 microfilm reels : positive
4 microfilm reels : negative
- Collection Number
- 2261 (Accession No. 2261-001)
- Records of United States veterans organization concerned with the social and political interests of veterans
- University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
- Access Restrictions
Access restricted: For terms of access, contact Special Collections for details.
- Additional Reference Guides
Historical NoteReturn to Top
United States veterans organization, 1919- . The American Legion has male and female members drawn from the veterans of the two world wars and the wars in Korea and Vietnam. The legion was founded in Paris in 1919. It is organized into local posts. It is basically concerned with the social and political interests of veterans.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
Microfilm of trial transcripts, correspondence, reports, writings, legal documents, ephemera.
Washington State v. Britt Smith et al. ("Centralia Massacre" court case), 1920. Papers of Charles D. Cunningham, attorney for the prosecution.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
No copying permitted. Microfilm may not be loaned.
Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Centralia Massacre, Centralia, Wash., 1919--Sources
- Corporate Names :
- American Legion. Dept. of Washington--Archives
- Industrial Workers of the World
- Other Creators :
- Personal Names :
- Cunningham, C. D. (Charles D.), 1882- --Trials, litigation, etc (creator)
- Smith, Britt--Trials, litigation, etc (creator)