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The Evening Record Articles

August 20, 1918
"How he found the Kirk boys"
October 21, 1918
"Ralph Kirk is wounded"
December 5, 1918
"Meets wounded local boys"
February 5, 1919
Letter to Parents

Ralph E. Kirk, son of a prominent police officer in Hackensack at the time, writes home saying he is fine and then comments on different subjects. He mentions how the Salvation Army takes great risks to see to it that men get good things to eat while fighting at the front.

 Written by:
Bob Meli
August 10, 2011


Click here to view Foster L. Kirk's web pages, the brother of Ralph E. Kirk


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