World War, 1914-1918
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
AEF. France, Military leave letters, Andrew Heim, March 1, 1919.
Clarence Eppes, 117th Infantry Band of the A.E.F. World War I.
Ernest Andes, Military Cross and documents, World War I. Includes copy photograph of Ernest Andes with the medal prominently displayed (b/w 6 x 8 inches)
General Orders, American Expeditionary Force, France, February 28, 1919. No. 38-A. Printed signature of John J. Pershing, Commander in Chief. Letter of appreciation to Pvt. Daniel Breeding, 361st Inf. signed by Donald G. Abel. World War I. Soldier is apparently being released from his tour of duty.
Letter from Asbury Wright to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, August 29, 1919, telling him what he knew about the injuries suffered by their son, his friend Frank Williams, Jr., overseas in battle
Transcripts of letters written by Ruth Lupton Mills, of Spring City, Chattanooga, and Knoxville (Tenn.) regarding observations of events in England, Belgium, France, and occupied Germany during 1920-1921. Also includes brief biography of Ruth, her mother, and her sister.
Panoramic photographs (damaged) (WWI? Camp Custer, Michigan, 1917, and Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Carolina)
Gift of Evelyn Drinnen. 2 panoramic photographs: Camp Custer, Michigan, 1917. Photograph taken by Harry H. Hamm, Toledo, Ohio. Also, Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Carolina, [ca. 1917]. b&w. World War I, military camps.
Roster for Machine Gun Company, 117th Infantry, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, April 1919. (World War I) T.H.R. Neal Papers. Oversize Ephemera. Gift of Lillian Woods.
Roster for Machine Gun Company, 117th Infantry, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, April 1919. (World War I) T.H.R. Neal Papers. Oversize Ephemera. Gift of Lillian Woods. Color poster published and copyrighted 1919 by H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Samuel L. King, 2nd Lieut., 26th Inf., World War I certificate. Drawing of Columbia with soldier in uniform at her feet. 14 x 19” 1 pc. (water damage at upper right). From donor: Samuel Lee King, Jr. (April 20, 1895-January 23, 1959) was the son of Col. Samuel Lee King, Sr. and Annie Phipps King. He was wounded at Soissons, France in WWI and never married.
Wilson Lancaster, World War I, b/w photograph in military camp, 1917; Christmas Card (French) 1917 with flags of Allies; Pocket New Testament given to the troops.
Wilson Lancaster, World War I, b/w photograph in military camp, 1917; Christmas Card (French) 1917 with flags of Allies; Pocket New Testament given to the troops. World War I embroidered cards like this Christmas card (also known as “World War I silks”) were made by women in France and Belgium to sell to Allied troops as souvenirs
World War I, American Expeditionary Force, Field Hospital #324, three day leave pass for Andrew U. Heim, 3 March 1919.
World War I, American Expeditionary Force, Field Hospital #324, three day leave pass for Andrew U. Heim, 3 March 1919
Printed French memorial to fallen World War I soldiers with name Richard H. Dickson (Corporal, Company ‘C’(?), 120th Infantry) written in. Etching mounted on board. Cartier Paris-New York-London. 13 x 20”
Color poster. World War I Roll of Honor. Company “B” 117th Infantry, Camp Jackson, S.C. April 3, 1919. Includes picture of President [Woodrow] Wilson and King George. Scenes and flags from Europe and the U. S., roster of names. 18x24.5”