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  • Date is exactly "1919 March 23"

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This photograph was taken during Wilson's visit to the battlefields.

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Blackshear feels African American government workers should not give personal religious, political, or racial opinions in official capacity.

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Letter from Jon Bouman to his family.

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General view of the emplacement that carried one of the Big Berthas that fired upon Paris.

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Emplacement that carried one of the Big Berthas that fired upon Paris, sixty-five miles outside of Paris

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President Wilson and party visits emplacement of Big Bertha that fired upon Paris

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Picture at Soissons, France at a point where President Wilson was detained during the exploding of an ammunition dump

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Picture of President Wilson and party looking over devestated France in the town of Roye, France, during the Predidents visit to the Battlefields in Soissons, France

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President Wilson, Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy, and Doughboys looking over the emplacement of one of the Big Berthas that fired upon Paris

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Picture of French soldiers who gathered around the President's car until the President received word that it was all right to proceed after an explosion

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Picture of the President and Mrs. Wilson, Admiral Cary T. Grayson, U.S.N. President's personal aide and medical advisor Edith Bemhan, secretary to Mrs. Wilson

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Earl S. Parish writes to his mother from active duty at the base hospital in Savenay, France.
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