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Ochs Collection.pdf
Finding aid for a collection of letters from a soldier serving as a journalist with Stars & Stripes in France during WWI.

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Two empty envelopes from Milton B. Ochs to Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Cablegram notifying Mr Ochs that his nephew received word about his father's illness and is asking for more news.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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The Shinyo Black Mail.

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Empty envelope.

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Life insurance receipt for William Van Dyke Ochs.

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Hamilton County Herald, McDonald Special Newspaper spread celebrating the homecoming of Hortense McDonald.

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Telegram for Milton B. Ochs.

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Telegram for Miss Margaret Ochs.

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Handwritten letter expressing Milton B. Ochs' concerns about his son's temperament and ability to handle a position with financial responsibilities in Paris, and asking Charles Grasty to keep an eye on him.

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Letter apologizing for confusing Milton B. Ochs with his brother in an article. Mentions Adolph S. Ochs Jr's frustration with working a desk job during wartime.

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Letter for Miss Margaret Ochs.

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Note expressing congratulations to "Lieutenant-Colonel Ochs," from "A," with a poem about both brothers' commissions.

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Letter reporting Adolph S. Ochs Jr. as hard at work and surprised to hear his letters had not arrived at home.

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Form letter regarding relief efforts in the Near East.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Regulations and Information Concerning the Citizens' Training Camps.

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Parisian bill.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father. Typewritten version of letter is Scrapbook page 18a.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, notes that he is enclosing a bill (Scrapbook page 20a) to prove the high cost of living in Paris Typewritten version of letter is Scrapbook page 18b.

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Letter detailing Charles H Grasty's investigation into Adolph S. Ochs Jr's behavior in Paris and the possibility of getting him an intelligence job with promotion.

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