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Herbert Hoover writes to Woodrow Wilson about the price of Cuban sugar.

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Photo taken in Kansas City, MO

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Handout for a local Liberty Bonds rally in Dermott, AR.

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President Wilson asks Mrs. Arthur Tedcastle to send along his sympathies to her friend who lost a son in the war.

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Wife of a good friend tells President Wilson about her friend who lost a son in the war.

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Numbers of American troops sent to Europe for the war.

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Send word to Colonel House that the Kaiser should not be allowed to interfere in the peace.

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Democratic politician argues that President Wilson should not go to France.

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Report on the threat of Bolshevism in Europe.

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Germans are trying to spread revolution in Russia.

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Edward Cahill's photos
War Dept.

We believe these were taken before
The war given E. Cahill's wounds
during The war

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Photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt (back row, center) with several servicemen.

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Chairman of the Shipping Board passes along a letter from Charles Day.

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Knight reports on developments at Lake Baikal and public sentiment toward Bolsheviks.

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Knight reports on developments at Lake Baikal.

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Report from Siberia on the Bolsheviks taking over Vladivostok.

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Polk sends along some telegrams from Admiral Knight.

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Report from the Supreme War Council on conditions on the frontlines.

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Letter to President Wilson from the chairman of the Shipping Board and Emergency Fleet Corporation

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Secret message relaying information about the German troops turning to the East.

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Baker passes along a letter from General Bliss to President Wilson.

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McCormick writes to President Wilson about changing the memorandum on coordinating activities with Great Britain, France, and Italy.

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Pershing says that American troops in Italian can return home.

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Report on the effort to gain support in the US for the League of Nations.

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President Wilson's secretary argues that he should make a statement about the economic situation.

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US embassy in London reports on efforts at rebuilding.

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Baruch sends along information from London. "Control of the world's market is now a matter of finance and shipping."

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War Council agrees to terms of Austrian surrender and tells to House to tell President Wilson.

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Secretary of War sends President Wilson several messages from Europe and a proposed response.

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Whipple warns President Wilson about Britain's aims.

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Pratt writes that change to the cable changes the whole meaning.

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Admiral Benson writes that the measures suggested by the Inter-Allied Naval Council should be followed to meet President Wilson's conditions.

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Acting Secretary of the Navy argues that Germany should not have different terms from Austria.

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General Bliss's views on what should be done with Germany.

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Secretary of War sends President Wilson the views of General Bliss.

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President Wilson thanks Hurley for his letter.

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Merchant fleet will help America fight for civilization.

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Some Americans in France claiming authority they do not have.

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President Wilson discusses George D. Herron.

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Lord Robert Cecil gives his opinion on the League of Nations.

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General Bliss passes on request for American view of Russian officers serving with troops sent to Siberia.

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Famous minister writes to President Wilson about the pope's views on a League of Nations.

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Thomas Masaryk writes to President Wilson about his appreciation of the decision to help the Czechoslovak army.

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President's personal note on what to say to Russia.

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Telegram for Milton B. Ochs.

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Hamilton County Herald, McDonald Special Newspaper spread celebrating the homecoming of Hortense McDonald.

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Life insurance receipt for William Van Dyke Ochs.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, labeled #18.

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Telegraph for Milton B. Ochs from his brother, with an update on Adolph S. Ochs Jr's address.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, labeled #17.

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Insurance policy for Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Letter from Milton B. Ochs to his wife about both their sons' recent commissions.

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Letter re Adolph S. Ochs Jr's commission and travel plans.

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Letter re Adolph S. Ochs Jr's commission.

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Mentions a cable from Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Letter to Milton B. Ochs, mentions returning to France to continue reporting on developments during Wilson's time there.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, labeled #1.

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Letter to Milton B. Ochs.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter to Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Telegraph from William Van Dyke Ochs to his father.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his mother.

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Draft of untitled article.

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Newspaper clipping, "Honor for Rockenbach."

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Form letter, "To the angels I know and love."

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Newspaper clipping, "Maj Julius Adler Awarded the Italian War Cross."

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Newspaper clipping, "DSC Award to Maj Adler."

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Telegram, with note from Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Letter for Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Memo re discontinuing printing staff names in the masthead of the Stars and Stripes.

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Letter with news about former classmates.

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Letter from Marcelle Herrenschmidt, with note from Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Letter re a cable from Milton B. Ochs.

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Letter applying for a subscription to the Stars and Stripes.

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Cablegram from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father.

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Cablegram from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father.

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Political cartoon of the Kaiser in chains.

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Orders relieving Adolph S. Ochs Jr. from his current assignment.

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Letter from Ray Seagle with news from the front.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his mother outlining changes in his career.

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Draft of article printed in Chicago Tribune, Paris edition "One More Czar Rudely Tossed Into Discard: Realm of S-A-S Rids Itself Of King Kushy-Kushki By Quiet Revolution."

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Telegram with William Van Dyke Ochs' address.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father re bill of complaint against Captain Guy T Viskniskki.

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Bill of complaint against Captain Guy T Viskniskki.

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Letter summarizing the conflict with Captain Guy T Viskniskki and Adolph S. Ochs Jr's promotion.

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Letter thanking Mrs Milton B. Ochs for her work with the Near East Drive.

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Empty envelope, with note pointing out Adolph S. Ochs Jr's promotion to First Lieutenant.

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Letter from Hortense McDonald re seeing Adolph S. Ochs Jr. in Paris and her experiences as a female war correspondent.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family re his visit to Mrs Hamilton Shields, who "can out-talk a machine gun."

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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University of Virginia Overseas Alumni Directory.

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Cable re missing letters from Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Telegram from CV Vananda.

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Telegram from CV Vananda.

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The Stars and Stripes memo: received 1,000 Francs of General John J Pershing for War Orphans Fund.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Mayor Jesse M Littleton.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Miss Patty Kirkpatrick-Martin.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Sam S Gerstle.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Mrs James R Manning.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Milton B. Ochs.

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Memo for subscription to the Stars and Stripes, for Miss Elizabeth Townsend.

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Letter to George W Oakes about working at the Stars and Stripes and meeting his nephew there.

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Two confidential reports on the Stars and Stripes audit (duplicates of Scrapbook page 46b).

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Two confidential reports on the Stars and Stripes audit.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father, on the audit of The Stars and Stripes and his role in the paper's bookkeeping.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Note explaining the omission of officers' names from The Stars and Stripes.

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Clipping from The Stars and Stripes with handwritten note: "What has become of Ayers, Rice, Waldo, Ochs, etc?."

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father, justifying drafts made from his father's account and complaining about the cost of living in Paris.

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$175 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$200 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$100 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$5025 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$100 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Notice of premium for Adolph S. Ochs Jr's life insurance policy.

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French newspaper clipping, with note from Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Newspaper clipping from unknown source, "Layman in the Pulpit Makes Patriotic Address."

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Letter requesting a map or portrait of the Kaiser.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. declining the offer to transfer to the Tank Corps.

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Letter from SD Rockenbach offering Adolph S. Ochs Jr. a transfer to the Tank Corps.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Card, "Here's hoping your Boy will be with you very soon…."

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Stars and Stripes header, stamped with Milton B. Ochs' name and address.

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Business card of MJ Ayers.

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Newspaper clipping from The Daily Times: Chattanooga, "Lieut Rodney Norton Reports as Convalescent."

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, mentions his testimony in an investigation about an "awkward situation."

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Telegram from "Van" reporting on his travels.

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Telegram for Milton B. Ochs.

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Letter from Hortense McDonald detailing her upcoming assignment in France.

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$120 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$70 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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$60 draft to Milton B. Ochs' account by Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Thank-you letter for sherbet cups.

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Empty envelope.

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Letter detailing Charles H Grasty's investigation into Adolph S. Ochs Jr's behavior in Paris and the possibility of getting him an intelligence job with promotion.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family, notes that he is enclosing a bill (Scrapbook page 20a) to prove the high cost of living in Paris Typewritten version of letter is Scrapbook page 18b.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father. Typewritten version of letter is Scrapbook page 18a.

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Parisian bill.

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Regulations and Information Concerning the Citizens' Training Camps.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father.

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Form letter regarding relief efforts in the Near East.

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Letter reporting Adolph S. Ochs Jr. as hard at work and surprised to hear his letters had not arrived at home.

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Note expressing congratulations to "Lieutenant-Colonel Ochs," from "A," with a poem about both brothers' commissions.

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Letter for Miss Margaret Ochs.

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Letter apologizing for confusing Milton B. Ochs with his brother in an article. Mentions Adolph S. Ochs Jr's frustration with working a desk job during wartime.

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Handwritten letter expressing Milton B. Ochs' concerns about his son's temperament and ability to handle a position with financial responsibilities in Paris, and asking Charles Grasty to keep an eye on him.

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Telegram for Miss Margaret Ochs.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Sr to his brother, with word of Adolph S. Ochs Jr's work at the Stars and Stripes.

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Letter from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his family.

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Cablegram from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his father.

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Letter regarding a service flag being presented to First Presbyterian Sunday School.

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Life insurance certificate for Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Empty envelope from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his parents.

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Empty envelope, labeled "1st communication."

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Empty envelope from Adolph S. Ochs Jr. to his parents.

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Cablegram notifying Mr Ochs that his nephew received word about his father's illness and is asking for more news.

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Two empty envelopes from Milton B. Ochs to Adolph S. Ochs Jr.

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Picture of ruins after bombing in France

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Picture of numerous people in the snow holding umbrellas and wearing coats and hats staring at the ruins after bombing in France

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Picture of Red Cross nurses setting up and handing out supplies

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Picture of Woodrow Wilson walking out the doors of the ruins of Rheims Cathedral with three unidentified men

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Possible picture of Jean Jules Jusserand, French Ambassador to U.S. during WWI

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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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President Wilson entering the Amerian Military Cenetery at Surenes, near Paris, France

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President Wilson escorting Mme. Poincare, wife of the President of France, from train to special car on the President's arrival in Paris, at the gare des Invalides station

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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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