World War (1914-1918)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of various pamphlets collected by Charles C. Chapman and arranged by him in subject files.
This series contains correspondence written by Rob Arnold to his sister, Pauline Arnold, during the First World War.
Series 2, Correspondence to Mrs. A. B. Cleage and Clifford Cleage , 1918 September 20 - 1919 February 6
This series contains two letters. One was written by a woman name Louise to Chester McKay. The letter also mentions Hilda although her connection to the McKays is unclear.
The other letter is from George to Harry, who was serving in World War I. The letters suggest that George and Harry are Chester McKay's brothers-in-law. The letter discusses soldiers returning home and the events of the holidays. It also makes mention of censorship restrictions being lifted.
This series contains one tan wool Army enlisted man’s hat and a brass enameled pin of bird with blue wings with the inscription “Lorraine” that belonged to Pvt. Earl B. Cleage, AEF during the First World War. The pin is attached to the hat. This series is located in a separate box.
This collection consists of original military documents and postcards of PFC Vincent Politeo, AEF with the 4th Military Police Company during the First World War. These include his discharge papers, one driver's permit, a World War compensation notification (and one copy), disability pension amendment, a citizen seaman's identification card, two postcards, three unused postcards, and one photograph of military police.
This series contains an assortment of materials mostly related to Sgt. Clyde D. Eoff's military service during the First World War. This includes two poems, one photograph, one letter, two postcards, one draft notice, four promotion letters and forms, two travel orders, one honorable discharge notice, one roster, and four maps.
This series contains correspondence written by serviceman Herbert Taylor, Company B, 136th Infantry Regiment, to Marie A. Charles during and after the First World War.