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Letter, 27 November 1917, from Harvey L. Parker

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Abstract

Harvey Lanier Parker was born in Prince George County, Virginia, 19 April 1888. During World War I, he served in the 111th Supply Company stationed at Fort McClellan, Alabama. Parker returned to Prince George County after the war ended. He was a farmer and a painter. Parker died 3 January 1970 from injuries sustained when hit by a car. He is buried in Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery in Prince George County.

Bibliographic Citation

Letter, 27 November 1917, from Harvey L. Parker, Harvey L. Paker letters, 1917-1918, Profiles of Honor, Virginia World War Iand World War II Commemoration Commission digital collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia

Provenance

Harvey L. Parker letters, 1917-1918. Accession 37073, Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.