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World War, 1914-1918

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:

McDuff's Studio, Camp Shelby World War I panoramic photographs

 Collection — Folder OBF018
Identifier: OBF018
Scope and Contents This collection includes 20 black-and-white panoramic photographs taken by McDuff's Studio of Hattiesburg, Mississippi at Camp Shelby during 1917-1918. The photographs feature group photographs of various organizations from the 38th Division, including 150th Ambulance Company of the 113th Sanitary Train; 149th Machine Gun Company; 139th Field Artillery Band; Battalion C and the Headquarter and Supply Companies of the 139th Field Artillery; Company A, 137th Machine Gun Battalion, and Companies C...
Dates: 1917-1918

Merica Evans Hoagland papers

 Collection — Folder S664
Identifier: S0664
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Nelle Davis in France during February 1918 regarding life in Europe during World War I, and from Merica Evans Hoagland in Indiana; an eclipse observation in 1925, extracts from the enrollment book of the Library Institute of Winona Technical Institute from 1906-1908, a description of a party in 1928, and an appreciation of May Wright Sewall in 1933.
Dates: 1918-1933

Michael W. and Carrie Sargeant Carr family papers

 Collection
Identifier: L351
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence as well as photographs, postcards, legal documents, and writings created by members of both Carr and Sargeant families. Early correspondence is primarily addressed to Carrie B. Sargeant prior to her marriage. Additional correspondence consists of letters from Michael Carr other members of the family to Carrie and Cyril Carr. Later correspondence largely consists of letters from Cyril S. Carr to his mother and father from Saint Joseph's College in...
Dates: 1882-1970

Mildred D. Harrod papers

 Collection
Identifier: L284
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters; business and financial papers; greeting cards; funeral notices; newspaper clippings; advertisements; election information; social and club announcements, programs, and homefront war information from Mildred D. Harrod and various authors in the United States ranging from 1835 to 1973 regarding business, finances, social organizations, war information, and family matters.
Dates: 1835-1973

Mildred Harrod photograph collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SP030
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Mildred Harrod and the Harrod and Dixon families in Indiana; Cincinatti, Ohio; Vancouver, Washington; and other places in the United States ranging from circa 1860 to 1950, depicting family members; Jeffersonville High School girls' basketball teams; hospitals, churches, and the neighborhood around 346 Hanson Avenue in Indianapolis in the 1940s; flooding of the Wabash River in the Vincennes area in 1950; military service during World War I; and a a...
Dates: circa 1860-1950

Mrs. K. L. McGill collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0885
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a card from various periods in U.S. history. The earliest document in the collection is dated 1812, and the latest item in 1951. The collection contains Civil War correspondence with Colonel Benjamin Harrison, as well as letter from World War I hero, Sergeant Samuel Woodfill.

The oversize folder contains military orders for the 20th Indiana regiment ranging from 1861 to 1864 (OB093).
Dates: 1812-1951

Mrs. Mary Lasecki letters

 File — Folder S0806
Identifier: S0806
Scope and Contents This collection includes 2 handwritten letters sent by Mrs. Mary Lasecki to Roger Bryant Francis, director of the South Bend Public Library, on January 19, 1966 and February 1, 1966. Her letters relate her childhood memories of South Bend and some brief memories of World War I. Mrs. Lasecki wrote the letters in response to the article, "Hunts Hoosier History in Personalities," that appeared in The South Bend Tribune on January 16, 1966.
Dates: 1966

Norman B. Nash, World War I deaths and burials record book

 Collection — Folder S1007
Identifier: S1007
Scope and Contents This collection contains a bound volume of Rev. Norman B. Nash's record book of the deaths and burials of the 150th Field Artillery, 42nd Division of the American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F) while in France and Germany during World War I (1918-1919). Included in the volume are the colonel's message for Hero Day (Sept. 1918); fatality statistics; a listing of names by company and battery with cause of death; listing of names by rank with full details of death and burial location; and original...
Dates: 1918-1919

Norman L. Welch collection

 Collection — Folder S2298
Identifier: S2298
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of Flying Colors, the September 1939 monthly publication of Co. 774, Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) of Palmyra, Missouri; a September 30, 1939 letter from the headquarters of Co. 774 regarding his approved discharge if accepted into the Navy; December 1939 correspondence from the Recruiting Sub-Station at Quincy, Illinois and the Recruiting Station at St. Louis, Missouri regarding Norman Leo Welch's enlistment in the U.S....
Dates: 1919-1940

Northport, Long Island World War I airplane photographs

 Collection — Folder SP175
Identifier: SP175
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 black-and-white photographs taken at or near Northport on Long Island, New York on August 3, 1918 and circa 1918 depicting airplanes, military pilots, and othe rpersonnel during World War I. The photographs belonged to an unidentified soldier, probably a pilot stationed at Brindley Field in Commack based on the descriptions he wrote on the back of the photographs.The photographs were originally arranged in a frame that once hung on a wall before it was...
Dates: 1918/08/03, undated