World War (1914-1918) -- Homefront
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains correspondence from Pvt. Beverly "Bev" Bealmear, USA, during the First World War.
This collection consists of one scrapbook pertaining to the Canton Women's League for War Economy during the First World War. The scrapbook contains newsclippings as well as some correspondence and refers to it's possible creator, Mrs. J.H. Bair.
This collection contains correspondence from ENG2/C Robert Orville Carver, USN to his mother and sister during the First World War. Also included are documents and other materials such as various naval orders, documents informing the family of his death, newspaper clippings, and one small photograph.
This collection consists of letters written by Sgt. Clyde D. Eoff, AEF, to his mother, sisters, and father, from 1917 to 1942. Also included in this collection are photographs, postcards, and miscellaneous ephemera.
This collection contains World War One, British, French and German military artifacts that chronicles the experiences of the common soldiers in the trenches.
This collection contains 28 correspondence to the Hager Family during the First World War and Second World War. The majority of correspondence were written by Pvt. Louis Hager, AEF to his brother Frank Hager during the First World War. Six letters were written by various authors to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hager during the Second World War between January 1943 and July 1948. Also included are v-mail, postcards, empty envelopes, stationery, greeting cards, mess tickets, and meal ration stamps.
This collection consists of three pieces of trench art, vases that were fashioned out of brass shells from World War One and Vietnam.
This collection consists of four American propaganda posters from the First World War. This collection was part of the estate of Colonel Carl Karnig Mahakian, United States Marine Corps.
This collection contains the correspondence, records, and ephemera of Pvt. Edward R. Marcellus, AEF during the First World Warfrom his time in France and Germany during WWI.
This collection contains 27 letters to Private Chester McKay, who served overseas with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe at the end of World War I. Most of the letters were written by his wife, Hilda McKay. The collection also includes letters written to Chester McKay by other family members. In addition to the letters, there are nine photographs, several blank postcards, and other documents.
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 series contains correspondence to Sgt. Dwight Fee, AEF during the First World War. The bulk of these letters originated from Lucille Fee and deal with issues from the homefront along with updates about family and friends while Fee was serving in France.
NOTE: letter 45, dated September 28, 1918 is missing at least one page (ends in the middle of a sentence, unsigned).
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 collection contains three propaganda posters from World War One.