Irvin Chamberlin Henry World War I Collection
About the Irvin Chamberlin Henry World War I Collection
The personal collection of Irvin Chamberlin Henry's memorabilia as a soldier of Company E, 166th Infantry, 42nd (Rainbow) Division was generously donated by his family in 2009. It is currently housed at the Union County Historical Society, Marysville, Ohio. This collection contains numerous photos and newspaper clippings relating to the Union County Soldiers with whom he served; especially poignant is his letter to his parents about the deaths of his fellow comrades. Irvin "Jack" Henry later became the editor of the Marysville Evening Tribune.
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