Correspondence and clippings, relating primarily to grand strategy during World War I and to effects of the war on American
commerce and finance. Consists mainly of correspondence between A. L. Conger and his brother, Kenyon B. Conger, in 1914. Photocopy.
Colonel, United States Army; military attaché to Germany, 1924-1928; military historian.
(0.1 linear feet)
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