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[The State of North Carolina Through its Council of Defense Deeply Sympathizes with You ...]:
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North Carolina Council of Defense


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First edition, 2002
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Academic Affairs Library, UNC-CH
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
2002.

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(caption) [The State of North Carolina Through its Council of Defense Deeply Sympathizes with You ...] North Carolina Council of Defense
1 p.
[Raleigh, N.C.]
[The Council]
[1917 or 1918]
Call number Cb970.9 N87c (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)


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The State of North Carolina through its Council of Defense deeply sympathizes with you in the loss of your gallant son

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who in an hour of world-wide peril showed supreme patriotism by laying down his life at his country's call. His willingness to sacrifice himself for home, for country, and for humanity, enshrines his name on the roll of those whom the State will never cease to honor.

William Sidney Wilson
Secretary

Daniel Harvey Hill
Chairman