US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: photographs, picture post cards
US Army Heritage and Education Center
The collection consists of materials regarding two veterans of the United States (U.S.) Army, Ray E. Hart and Walter W. Herrmann. Hart's son later married Herrmann's daughter. The World War I documents from Ray E. Hart include general orders, a report by the 117th Infantry Regiment, post cards (some annotated) with images of a ship and marching soldiers, a 117th Infantry Regiment unit history, a booklet on military occupations, and a brief report on the 105th Engineer Regiment. Documents from Walter W. Herrmann cover World War I and World War II. They include a post card of Camp Funston and twenty postcards of the Pantheon de la Guerre, photocopies of a French newspaper, photographs of Herrmann, a photograph of laboratory staff at Santa Ana Army Air Base, and re-typed general orders
US Army Heritage and Education Center
The Albert L. Post photograph collections contains materials relating to Post's service with the Third U.S. Army, American Expeditionary Forces during World War I and the occupation of Germany after the war. The collection include photos, real photo postcards, illustrated postcards, official correspondence and military orders, currency from France and Germany, and printed ephemera. The photos include images of mostly unidentified soldiers taken during training at Camp MacArthur, Texas; images of mostly unidentified soldiers in France and Germany; images of an American prisoner of war camp and German prisoners of war; war casualties; trenches; battlefields in France; planes; tanks; German pill boxes; German Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg; Prince Leopold of Bavaria; German General Erich Ludendorff, French President Raymond Poincaré; French Marshal Joseph Joffre; and British Field Marshal Edmund Allenby. The postcards depict various locations in the United States, Ireland, Germany, ... Read More
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The Patrick J. Dolicker collection spans the years from the 1930s to 1948, with the bulk of the material dated between 1941 and 1945. The collection documents Dolicker's World War II service in the U.S. Army, mostly through personnel documents and photographs. Personnel documents include rosters, special orders, company orders, general orders regarding Dolicker's Purple Heart, a battle casualty report, memorandums, certificates, forms, and pay statements. Printed materials include an announcement for the commissioning of officer candidates, newspaper articles on Dolicker, and name cards for Dolicker. The photographs in the collection include loose photos and a photo album. The loose photos include images of Dolicker in uniform and civilians. The photo album covers Dolicker's World War II service in the U.S. and Europe. The photo album include images of military police, military camps, ordnance and Army Air Forces ordnance personnel in England, and soldiers touring Europe in their ... Read More
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The Ralph I. Smith photograph collection contains photographs and postcards relating to Smith's service in the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I. The photos include images of the embarkation of American soldiers, including Smith, in France after World War I; photos taken during the Atlantic crossing; and photos of welcome boats in New York Harbor taken from the troop ship on its arrival, as well as photos of a victory arch constructed on Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue in New York City and a victory parade on Fifth Avenue. The collection also includes postcards Smith sent to his future wife, Esther Kulberg, while he was training at Camp McClellan, Alabama and serving in France. The postcards, some of which are real photo postcards, include an image of Smith and Sergeant Elliot taken in August 1918 in France and images of various landmarks and street scenes in France; an embroidered "1918" souvenir postcard; and postcards depicting training activities at Camp ... Read More
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of materials: picture postcards
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: photographs (including long, rolled photographs), postcards
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
World War I miscellany is an artificially created collection that contains items pertaining to World War I (1914-1918) from 1914 to 1986. The collection includes collected personal material, photographs, and printed material. The first portion of the collection includes material collected from individual soldiers, such as correspondence, memorabilia, scrapbooks, and various postwar related materials, such as reminiscences and photographs. The photograph series includes images and scrapbooks depicting the Western Front, in addition to a selection of photographs taken by Underwood and Underwood for the Elliot News Service in New York, New York. This series also includes French postcards depicting the victory celebration in Paris, France. The printed material includes World War I related booklets, pamphlets, magazines, clippings, posters, and maps, the bulk of which are of France
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: photographs, postcards, soldier art
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: letters, leaflets / brochures, photographs, ephemera