World War (1914-1918)
Found in 336 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains correspondence from PFC Kenneth Kenyan Orbaker, USA to his friend Marion Miller before the First World War.
A collection of various pamphlets collected by Charles C. Chapman and arranged by him in subject files.
This collection contains the correspondence of Albert Parsons to his family member Laura Stanley. Parsons served in the American Expeditionary Force in during the First World War.
This collection contains two letters from Pvt. Edward L. Porstenson, AEF during the First World War.
Poster, "Civilians, when we go through this we need all the help and comfort you can give." Jewish Welfare Board, November 11. 1918.
This collection contains eight letters from Pvt. Oren Clay Ragland, AEF to his half-sister Clola Horner, and one from "Mina" to Clola, during the First World War. Also included is one copy of two photographs of Pvt. Ragland as well as an Ancestry.com printout.
This collection contains two postcards; one from Frank Kitchen, circa 1919, to his mother notifying her of his return home with simply "On the way, Frank" and a second postcard from Frank Ricapito making the same statement to his mother on his return from Afghanistan, 2013.
This collection contains correspondence from Alfred Robinson, AEF to his mother during the First World War. One additional piece of correspondence was written by a woman named Ella Lamphear in 1894.
This collection contains three letters from Mack Hobart Royal, USA to his family during the First World War.
This collection contains two binders of typewritten transcriptions of correspondence to Vera L. Sawyer during the First World War. Also included in this collection are photographs. The correspondence were from various authors who served overseas during the war including nurses of the American Red Cross. One binder contains correspondence from various authors during the war. The other binder contains correspondence from Henrietta A. Kilbourn while she traveled to various places in Asia.