Museum of History & Industry, Sophie Frye Bass Library
Consists of photographs, documents, clippings and books relating to Base Hospital No. 50 of Seattle, and to Donald P. Myers' service with the unit, which served in Mesvres, France in 1918 and 1919. The photographs in the collection include group and individual portraits of officers, enlisted men and nurses, and scrapbook pages containing snapshots taken at Base Hospital No. 50. Records belonging to Donald P. Myers include correspondence, various Army camp tickets, and a pay booklet. The materials relating to reunions and veteran activities include rosters, letters, commendations and certificates. These materials appear to have been removed from a scrapbook at some point, as they have glue and black paper residue on the backs. also includes a book of World War I cartoons by Bruce Bairnsfather, and a copy of The History of Base Hospital Number Fifty, complied and written in 1922 by the Official Committee of Base Hospital 50. This 190-page book contains a detailed history of the Base ... Read More
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Breder papers include a registration certificate for F. Breder, and a passport of his grandmother Amalia Klein (who perished in Auschwitz). Primo papers include a passport and a 1916 Militärpak (military identification papers)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, case reports, censuses, committee reports, service records, military addresses, and other records of the Simsbury War Bureau; records of Company K, 1st Regiment, Connecticut Home Guard; lists of names and addresses of enlisted service personnel from northern Connecticut, including casualty list; clippings; and other materials, relating to World War I service by Simsbury, Conn., residents. Persons represented include Herbert S. Comstock and Charles Quinn
Washington State Historical Society
Minutes; financial statements; Community Chest records (1925-1940), pertaining to budget requests received by the local Red Cross chapter; Civilian Relief Committee records (1917-1918) and records of its successor Home Service Section describe assistance given to the local community in the form of loans and assistance received by veterans; financial records (1933-1938) of the Junior Red Cross group in Tacoma; Red Cross Motor Corps records (1940-1948) including correspondence and news articles pertaining to the activities of this group throughout World War II; local, national, and international publications about various Red Cross chapters and the national office; regional publicity records; scrapbooks (1939-1945) kept by the local chapter documenting activities such as the Gray Ladies and their prisoner of war efforts; photographs (1940s-1990s) focusing on the activities of the Red Cross during World War II, conventions, and other activities; and miscellaneous items such as conference ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Scrapbook, theater and concert programs, certificates (1917-1919) honoring Watson's efforts during World War I, and clippings, relating to her career and social, cultural, academic, and religious affairs in Falmouth; letters from relatives containing genealogical data on several Falmouth families; and letters from Lucian Hunt (d. 1913), principal of Lawrence Academy and catalog (1845) of the academy
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Correspondence and records of memorial trees, planted by various organizations, along Lincoln Highway in York County, Pa., chiefly honoring local men who died while serving in World War I.
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly mss. of writings by Borelʹ, including a lengthy memoir of the Russian Civil War entitled Za veru i vernostʹ; together with other Civil War memoirs, extracts from the correspondence of his father-in-law, General Mikhail Alekseev, including letters dating from the Russo-Japanese War and copies of official and personal correspondence (1917-1918), letters from Borelʹ's daughter, Vera, and others, to K.V. Denikina in response to requests for information about General Alekseev, a number of brief historical anecdotes and stories of late Imperial and revolutionary Russia, translation of an account of the Battle of Mukden (now Shen-yang shih, China) by A. Hilliard Atteridge, and memoir written by Sergeĭ Novikov of 1917 Soviet Russia entitled Konets rodnogo polka
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include: the drawing, by her father, farm property in the Lawton, Okla., lottery, chiefly because of poor schools in Indian Territory; travel by the family for 100 miles in a covered wagon to reach their new property near Snyder; in 1902 the donation by her father of land for the Star Valley School and the building of the schoolhouse and outbuildings; early towns of Mondamon and North and South Cold Springs (Mondamon later flooded for the construction of Tom Steed Reservoir); Swanson County (later became part of Kiowa County); early home remedies; conditions during World War I, World War II, and the Depression; and membership in the Harmony Club, a women's social club in Snyder
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers reflecting Loris-Melikov's activities as first secretary of the Russian Embassy to the U.S. during the early years of World War I, as Russian ambassador to Siam (now Thailand), and as a member of the White government in Omsk, Russia, during the Russian Civil War, including correspondence, mss. of writings, subject files, photos, and Imperial government publications, publications of the White government in Omsk, and other printed matter. Topics include German and Russian propaganda in the U.S. during World War I, the Russo-Japanese War, Russian diplomacy in the first two decades of the century, and the Russian Civil War, especially in Siberia. Correspondents include Mikhail Girs, Robert R. McCormick, Isidore Singer, and Stanley Washburn
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,-- Archives
Correspondence relating to teaching and research at University of Kansas and State University of Iowa and to World War I service in American Expeditionary Forces' Sanitary Corps with responsibility for water analysis laboratories, water supplies, and sewage treatment in France; Williams College notes and scrapbooks; crystallography, mineralogy, and organic chemistry course notes from professors Otto Wallach and Theodor Liebisch at University of Göttingen; autobiography; Kansas mine explosions investigation materials; correspondence with Gilbert J. Fowler about sewage purification and the activated sludge process; financial records of Bartow's father, Charles E. Bartow, mss. of writings on water supplies and sanitation chemistry; newspaper clippings during Bartow's presidency of American Chemical Society; photos; publications and reports of scientific meetings; speech notes; students' theses; troopship newspaper; University of London centenary material; and obituaries


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