Victor Neiman penned a letter home to Lykens, PA from his training camp near San Antonio on December 26, 1917.
The Lykens Standard reports on Charles Buffington joining the Army in April 1917 while encouraging others to volunteer.
The letter was written by a soldier from Shamokin, Pennsylvania in September 1862.
As the Cold War heated up in the winter of 1951, the citizens of Hazleton, Pennsylvania had a radical idea to save themselves from nuclear war.
Private Jim Shurskis detailed the destruction of Nazi Germany and the refugees returning to their homes in an April 1945 letter.
Leroy Temple writes home to Elizabethville, Pennsylvania from his training camp at Fort Riley, Kansas in the summer of 1917.
Four young men walked out of the offices of the Lykens Journal in 1861 to join the Union Army. Only one came back.
After the explosion of the USS Maine in February 1898, Elizabethville, PA readied itself for war.
What happens when the United States declares war and few young men appear at the recruiting offices to answer the call?
Private Stephen Gribben's January 1862 letter to the Pottsville Miners' Journal pleads with the editor to right a wrong done to him in its pages.