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This is a collection of materials documenting the life of Howard Lincoln Athon and Eunice Roberta Athon. After high school Howard joined the Navy on June 30, 1917 and served on several ships during World War I. The collection contains military records, letters to his parents, and a diary written in 1918. There is a script for a slide program telling about his life. Also, the collection contains a notice of their wedding, obituaries, a newspaper article telling about the purchase of a new airplane, a campaign card for Howard who ran for water commissioner, Merrill D. Athon's college commencement announcement, and a biographical information on Henry Athon written by Howard. Eunice Roberta Athon was a member of the Topeka Stamp Club and there are several membership directories.

Creator: Athon, Howard Lincoln, 1896-1986
Date: 1918-1986

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Item Number: 308584
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 308584

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