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WWI Soldiers.pdf
Mixed materials about various enlisted soldiers from World War I. Includes service records, letters, postcards sent and received, special assignments and orders, rank changes, journal entries, receipts, and guidebooks.

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Photo taken in Kansas City, MO

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Trianon Hotel, at Versailles, France where the German plenipotentiaries will probably make their headquarters to meet the representatives of the associated belligerent nations.

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Peacock Alley, Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, leading to the room where the preliminary peace treaty ceremony will take place.

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Photo taken in Over Merchants' Bank, Pensacola, Florida

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Photo is irregularly shaped

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Photo taken in Lexington, Virginia

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Item is very fragile with multiple tears

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Transcribed from back: "Bertha Francis Brown, age five months, born Feb 29th, 1912"

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Transcribed from back: "At 65 years. For brother Haller H. Xmas 1906"

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Transcribed from the back: "Bertha Francis Brown, age 5 months, born Feb. 29th, 1912"

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Item is very fragile

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Photograph is signed by Woodrow Wilson, Cary T. Grayson, and Joseph P. Tumulty

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From accompanying Associated Press text: "Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, widow of the war time president, shown at Banff Springs, Canada, on her way to Vancouver, B.C., where she will sail for Japan to attend the wedding of a family connection."

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Woodrow Wilson and Edith Bolling Wilson looking at a letter to be auctioned off to benefit the Red Cross in New York City

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Same couple depicted in item WWPL2825

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19 photographs ranging in size, all approximately 2 x 2.75 inches in size depicting George Howard and career as Woodrow Wilson's chauffeur.

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Transcribed from back: "Col. S.L. Denison, Johns Hopkins Univ., Class of 1929"
Transcribed from back: "Parson Wilson, President Wilson's Grandfather. The picture from which this was copied was a pen picture drawn of Rev. Wilson by W.B. Alexander and…

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Location and photographer unknown; photocopy of the original

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Same couple depicted in item WWPL2832

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Photo taken in Charlottesville, Virginia

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Photo taken by Berkeley Studio in Staunton, Virginia

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Photo taken by Berkeley Studio in Staunton, Virginia

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Top row from left: Jen D. Wheat, Dr. Kennan, Elise [last name indiscernible]
Bottom row from left: Julia Bayard, Isabelle and Henry [last names indiscernible]

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Photo taken by Naudin at 13 The Terrace, Kensington High Street W., London

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Photo taken by Bradley & Rulofson in San Francisco, California

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Photo taken by J.B. Wortham in Winchester, Virginia

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Walter Mitchell, photographer, Cor. Second and Francis sts., St. Joseph, MO.

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Photo taken by M. Miley in Lexington, Virginia

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Photo taken by Mabel Heist Bickle in Staunton, Virginia

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Photo taken by Mabel Heist Bickle in Staunton, Virginia

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Photo taken by Berkeley Studio in Staunton, Virginia

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Transcribed from front: "To Mr. Shaffer, most sincerely, Myrna Loy"

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Photo taken in Downing Block, Salem, Massachusetts

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Photo taken by Moulton's Gallery in Salem, Massachusetts

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Transcribed from the back: "The William Mill called "Two Mile Mill" near Dromore, Ireland. Visited by me on August 13th, 1895. Tho. D. Johnston"

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Transcribed from back: "The Johnston Homestead at "Two Mile Mill" near Dromore, Ireland. Your grandfather Johnston's birthplace. Visited by me August 13th, 1895. Tho. D. Johnston."

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Embossing beneath picture reads "Harrison Chicago"

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Portrait located inside of a folio with tissue paper overlay embossed with spiders and spider webs

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H. Hollis Hall, Harvard University; R.W. Sprague's room

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Taken in Bradshaw Building, Grafton, West Virginia

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Mr. Van den Heuvel, Minister of State and Delegate of Belgium

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The Peace Conference in session for its fourth plenary sitting - three months after the first one, when President Poincare formally opened the proceedings of the Conference in Paris. The Conference met in full session at the Quai d'Orsay to hear the…

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Room where the Austrian delegates will receive the peace terms. The Chateau of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France.

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Mr. Herbert A. Oliver, London, Eng., the painter, at work on a canvas of a meeting of the Allied Peace delegates. Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, France.

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Mr. John Nevin, Correspondent of the International News Service. Picture taken by request of Admiral Grayson.

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The meeting room of the Allied peace delegates, Trianon Palace Hotel, at Versailles, France.

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M. Clemenceau, President of the Allied Peace Delegation, addressing the Austrian delegates at the time peace terms were presented to the Austrians at Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Time 12:25.

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The chateau Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, where the Austrian delegates will receive the peace terms.

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General view looking east from the Palace of Versailles where the signing of peace treaty will take place.

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The Palace of Versailles, view showing exterior of Glass-Gallery.

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The Palace of Versailles, picture shows a statue of Venus that stands in the center of the Glass-Gallery where the signing of the preliminary treaty ending the war will take place.

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Depiction of a floating battering in Charleston Harbor during the Battle of Fort Sumter, South Carolina

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Housed in the The O.J. Gude, Co., N.Y. building

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Woodrow Wilson stops on his daily drive to purchase Tuberculosis Seals from Sylvia Suter, a little Health Crusader

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Wilson addressing a crowd of workers with his "New Freedom" message in Clarksburg, West Virginia

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Hand written label: "Anti Strike Auto" in error.

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Harvest time in an unspecified area of America

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1856 Democratic Presidential Candidate James Buchanan

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"Potatriots" window display in Staack & Luckiesh grocery in Iowa promoting the consumption of potatoes in order to save wheat for troops

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A group of doffers and their supervisor inside the Catawba Cotton Mill in Newton, North Carolina

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Soldiers piled into a car celebrating leaving Camp Dix to go fight in World War I

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Front row (left to right): Col. Frewen, Mrs. Frewen, Sam Clemens [Mark Twain], Mrs. Haines
Back row (left to right): Major Haines, Mrs. Hulbert, Woodrow Wilson

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The Wilsons in the back of a car on the way to the president's second inauguration

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Woodrow Wilson in a fur coat shaking hands with two young boys while Dr Grayson, in naval hat, and Mrs. Wilson look on

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President and Mrs. Wilson walking in an unspecified location during their 1919 trip west

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Woodrow Wilson and wife Edith during their 1919 trip west

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Representatives of Arab Kingdoms at Versailles Peace Conference

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Austrian Peace Delegation, headed by Dr. Renner, State Chancellor arriving at Saint-Germain, France, May 14, 1919.

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Wilson's Pierce Arrow limousine in front of an unidentified station during his 1919 trip west

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General view of the Greek Theater in Berkeley, California where Woodrow Wilson spoke during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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The Wilsons during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson in the first car of his procession through an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Ships in the water outside of Seattle, Washington, during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Numbered cars of Wilson's procession in an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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A crowd awaits Wilson's appearance in an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, center, and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, behind in Naval hat during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Wilson's procession through an unidentified city during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in lead car, parading through Salt Lake City, Utah, on his 1919 trip west

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Wilson's motorcade through Ogden, Utah, during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson holding roses on the back of a train during their 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking at a Greek Theater in Berkeley, California, during his 1919 trip west

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The Wilsons during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson in his parade car with three surrounding members of his security detail

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in car, with security on both sides during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking to an audience at the Spokane stadium in Spokane, Washington during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson speaking to a large audience at a Greek Theater in Berkeley, California

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Wilson climbing a deck ladder during his 1919 trip west in Seattle, Washington. Transcribed from the back: "Seattle - review of fleet".

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Wilson's soldier lined parade route through St. Paul, Minnesota, to the State Capital building during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson shaking the hand of a woman after receiving flowers during his 1919 trip west

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Transcribed from the back: "Chef - Green - on President's car"

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Train workers during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Wilson, in car, with security during a parade during his 1919 trip west

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One of the engines used during Wilson's 1919 trip west

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Wilson interacting during his 1919 trip west

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Cars of Wilson's entourage parading down a soldier lined street in St. Paul, Minnesota, during his 1919 trip west

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Wilson, Edith, and their traveling party returning to their train amidst a large crowd

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Wilson speaking to crowd during his 1919 trip west

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Edith Wilson, right, holding a large bouquet of flowers

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Woodrow Wilson in center, Dr. Cary T. Grayson at base of train steps in Navy uniform

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Wilson and Edith riding through a parade during their 1919 trip west

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Wilson with his traveling group at the end of the train, his party including Dr. Cary T. Grayson

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President and Mrs. Wilson in a receiving line in Los Angeles, California, during his 1919 trip west

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President and Mrs. Wilson during their 1919 trip west, both in back of car

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Wilson addressing a stadium crowd in Los Angeles, California, during his trip west

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Wilson, in car, surrounded by stadium full of people during his 1919 trip west

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From Wilson's 1919 trip west; transcribed from the back: "Wichita - first receiving word of President's illness and arranging return schedule direct to Washington"

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One additional copy

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Physical item in an irregular round shape
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