Title Info for : United Spanish War Veterans Membership Files

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United Spanish War Veterans Membership Files 
Introduction:
The United Spanish War Veterans was created in 1904 by the merger of three smaller groups of Spanish-American War veterans. The Indiana Department was created the same year. At its peak there were over ninety camps (posts) in towns across Indiana. The USWV national headquarters closed in 1998. Records of the Indiana Department are housed at the Indiana State Archives.
Membership files for the Indiana Department of the USWV are organized alphabetically by veterans’ names. Typical files contain applications, membership information, pension correspondence, and death notices (TAPS). Information on spouses and widows can be found in many files.
 
Citation:
This is a demonstration project initiated by the Library of Congress involving multiple partner states and administered by the Washington State Archives. The Indiana Digital Archives is the result of nearly two decades of indexing projects undertaken by Friends of the Indiana Archives volunteers. Some of the record series contained herein will offer all the information available. Other titles will serve as an index. Patrons may contact the Indiana State Archives to order additional material as described in the introductions. Visit us at www.in.gov/icpr and www.indianadigitalarchives.org for more information. Feel free to email us at arc@icpr.in.gov if you do not find what you need.

 
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