TOD 8UCHAlIAEJd; i GJ& LOV~ AYU TTERS
( Mw. 6, 1918 - Feb. 14, 1919)
judge Tod B. Gallolt~~ wya s the son of Sanuai Gallmay
( 1811- 1872), Ohio educator and congressman. During
Viorld V! ar I he served as a Secretary with the YMCA,
Entertainment Department, i n France.
This collection consists of one box of approximately
100 l e t t e r s written by Galloviay t o Err;. William F. Black
( Lucy) f o r the period Narch 6, 1918 t o February 14, 1919.
The l e t t e r s are those of an observant, l i t e r a t e man t o a
olose confidant. ; La would be expected, the l e t t e r s t r e a t
with the ml2itary, p o l i t i c a l , and s o c i a l forces i n evi-dence,
but viould be of partioular i n t e r e s t t o the researcher
concerned with the morale of the U. 5. Armed Forces in
France during the mr and post war periods.
: Totea Donor of tllese paper8 tvas Trof, James 0. Lord,
deceased 1958, also donor of t h e S o c i e t y ' s coPlection
of Samuel Galloway papers. See old inventory for
information on the Galloway family.
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