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Guide to the Eunice G. Anderson Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: H71-8

Scope and Content

This collection contains only a handful of the thousands of information forms sent to servicemen. Much of the collection consists of correspondence with local people and county chairman about mailing and completing individual information forms. Also included is other states= and national organizations activities, newspaper clippings and lists of servicemen, Wyoming women in the war effort, the home front, collections sent to the Historical Department, and post-war activities.


  • 1917-1921


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Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Copy Restrictions

Limited duplication of print materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.

Biographical Note

Agnes Wright Spring, State Librarian, and later Eunice G. Anderson, State Historian, sought to collect information about Wyoming servicemen in World War One and about the war in general.


1 cubic feet


Records collected by the Wyoming State Historian relating to WWI including Wyoming servicemen, homefront war efforts, and post-war activities.



Acquisition Information

Collected by State Historians Agnes Wright Spring and Eunice G. Anderson between about 1917-1921. Formally accessioned in 1971.

Processing Information

Finding aid prepared in 1998 by Carl Hallberg

Guide to the Eunice G. Anderson Collection, 1917-1921
Edited Full Draft
Suzi Taylor
© 2018
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Finding aid is in English

Repository Details

Part of the Wyoming State Archives, Wyoming Cultural Resources Division, Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources Repository

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