World War, 1914-1918 -- Photographs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, programs, photographs, publications, and other documents including an American flag from Blanche Liffick Morton, the American Red Cross, Women's Overseas Service League, and Indiana League for Nursing in Indiana, England and France ranging from 1917 to 1966 regarding nursing, World War I, the American Red Cross, Indiana League for Nursing, and the Women's Overseas Service League.
Collection — Volume V043
Scope and Contents This collection includes Fred E. Dillard's scrapbook (1900-1971) containing photographs, certificates, correspondence, and newspaper clippings regarding his children's school activities, military service, and careers. The scrapbook also has a number of postcards and photographs from World War I, photographs from World War II, and a cabinet card photograph of Samuel Edward Dillard, Fred's uncle, in his military uniform.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 75 letters written by Harold Wilson Scott to his parents during World War I describing where he is stationed in Europe, his duties, and plans for work following discharge as well as other aspects of military life during the Great War. Also included are photographs, postcards, two World War I helmets, a German gas mask, military spurs and belt. Items in collection range in date from 1917 to 1931.
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Harry H. Coburn in Indianapolis and Greenfield, Indiana ranging from 1913 to 1927, regarding the impact of the 1913 flood on the White River and the surrounding areas, such as Riverside Park, near downtown Indianapolis; James Whitcomb Riley attending his final birthday celebration at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis (October 7, 1915) and the parade at the the Riley celebration in Greenfield, Indiana (October, 1925); and events in Indianapolis during...
Scope and Contents This collection contains the administrative files of the Indiana War History Commission, including a detailed history of the group, publication plans and ingoing and outgoing correspondence. The Commission collected information from most Indiana counties during World War I. This information falls into two categories: service records of soldiers, used for the publication of the "Gold Star Honor Roll" and "Indiana's Roll of Honor"; and war histories, records of civilian activities,...