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  • Date is exactly "1918"

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Class of army school of aerial photography at Kodak Park.

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School of aerial photography developing room at Kodak Park.

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A photograph of the refrigerator ship Oskawa.

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A port bow view of the Battleship USS Utah.

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A starboard beam view of the Destroyer USS Fanning.

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A port bow view of the Destroyer USS O'Brien.

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A starboard bow view of the Destroyer USS Ward.

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Taken in one of the eight firerooms. Four rooms will later flood due to the USS Mt. Vernon being hit by a torpedo

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

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Map of American actions during World War I

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Photograph of a human ‘American Eagle’ by Arthur Mole, using 12,500 servicemen and nurses at Camp Gordon, Atlanta.

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World War I Armistice Day at the Arch of Triumph, Washington, DC 1918.

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View of the Armistice Parade in Washington, D.C. 1918

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World War I Armistice Parade in Washington, D.C. 1918

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President Wilson and General Pershing, World War I Armistice Celebration in Washington, D.C. 1918

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Empty envelope.

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Picture of 21,000 Officers and Men at Camp Sherman in Chillicothe, Ohio in the shape Wilsons head profile.

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Cablegram message to John P. Ambuehl

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson in France.

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Photocopy of a painting of Jean Jules Jusserand

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Photograph of Y. Simitch

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Photograph of Georges Clemenceau and John J. Pershing at Versailles, France

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Woodrow Wilson on the S.S. George Washington with Captain Edward McCauley.

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Woodrow Wilson on the S.S. George Washington.

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Photo of the S.S. George Washington at sea.

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Photo of the S.S. George Washington at sea.

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President Wilson waves from the deck of the SS George Washington with Edith Bolling Galt, Dr. Cary Grayson, and Edith Benham.

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President Wilson sits with President Poincaré and waves to a crowd from a carriage.

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President Wilson sits with President Poincaré and waves to a crowd from a carriage.

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President Wilson stands with President Poincaré and Edith Bolling Galt in Paris, France.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI. Edith Bolling Galt is pictured.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI. A banner that says "Vive Wilson" can be seen in the background.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI. A banner that says "Vive Wilson" can be seen in the background.

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Parisians greet President Woodrow Wilson at the end of WWI.

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson cheering from a vehicle.

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An official Christmas Package Coupon, allowing a Christmas package to be sent to Thomas J. Koger, free of charge.

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AN ORIGINAL REVUE, WRITTEN AND PRODUCED AT THE ARGONNE FOREST FRONT, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF LIEUT WARREN E. DIEFENDORF

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Woodrow Wilson and Edward McCauley Jr. on the bridge of the U.S.S. George Washington.

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Postcard pack sent home by Ole K. Halverson.

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Letter to the President informing him that American forces have advanced from the Argonne Forest to the Valley of the Meuse, regaining 100 square miles of French territory
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