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  • Collection: Edward D. Shoor Collection

D30219.pdf
A.J. Jennings writes to Edward D. Shoor about his life in Chicago and tells him of his upcoming marriage and the price of whiskey.

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This document is a certificate for Edward D. Shoor. While the information contained in it is provided below, no effort has been made to retain the format of the original.

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P. Mathiew writes to Edward D. Shoor about his daughter’s death and the trials of his life since leaving Joco Estate.

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Arrow points to me Sgt Ed Shoor. On my left is Sgt Sam Lane from Texas. I received a letter from Mrs Lane some years ago saying Sam died in 1949.

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Taken by Chief Petty Officer Shindler May 25/1919 at 17 Rue Netot Paris.

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Sgt Price Car 14 Punctures.

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Aug 1/18 sgt Kenneth M Colgate.

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Issued by the Jewish Welfare Board to Soldiers and Sailors of the U.S. Army & Navy

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President Woodrow Wilson, M. Clemenceau, Singor Orlando and Mr. Lloyd George. Picture taken at the Paris home of President Wilson, 11 Place des Etat-Unis, May 27th, 1919. Time 1:10 P.M.

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Remains of Cathedral at Esnes: Note bell.

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Statue in Place St Quentin Sgt Sam Lane.

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St Quentin France Hotel.

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St Quentin France Square & Hotel de Ville.

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Statue at Square of St. Quentin cpl Leo De Marsh.

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Mrs Lansing.

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Mrs Lansing stepping gingerly over a hand grenade capt Garfield.

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Crown Prince headquarters at Mont Faucon.
Crown Prince escaped capture here by 3 minutes.

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Dugout of Crown Prince of Bavaria before entering the deep forest of the Argonne.

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Direct hit on a German tank Argonne Forest.

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Solid concrete Observation Post Argonne Forest near Esnes.

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cpl. Allen in a german dug out. Dead Mans Hill Argonne.

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Chief. Schwindler in German trench Dead Mans Hill, Argonne
Stench not photographed.

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Fortress of Verdun which withstood bombardment for four years.

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German prisoners who picked a bouquet of flowers for Miss Benham at Verdun Man holding bouquet is an American Citizen who was in Germany visiting his mother when War started.

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Brand Whitlock with cane.

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Issued by the Jewish Welfare Board to Soldiers and Sailors of the U.S. Army & Navy.

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Possibly in Paris.

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Possibly the USS George Washington.

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Parc de Versailles (S. –et– O.) — La Nymphe à la Coquille.

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Musée de Cluny 177 – Bois. – Panneaux (XVI siècle).

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Musée de TOURS – “Diane” de Houdon

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The Cable–railway and Sacré–Coeur.

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Limoges – Cathedral, Church of St. Peter.

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[In French] Champagne, France, Mortars in action.

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[In French] Armoured train near the road from Mont [?] to Pierrepont.

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[In French] German general headquarters taken by the English.
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