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Sun February 9, 2014
Collecting The Letters Of Wartime
Originally published on Sun February 9, 2014 11:44 am
Letters written in a time of war reflect almost universal longing and loss, no matter the century or the enemy. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Andrew Carroll, the director of the Center for American War Letters, about his personal collection of wartime correspondence from every American conflict, going back to 1776.