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Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
Date: 1919-02-01 ca.
Description: Airplane resting on its landing gear. Caption reads: "A bi-motor caudrone. Valuable for observation, takes the air quickly and is particularly speedy at hi...
Description: Soldiers parade with guns bearing American flags past Schuette Brothers clothing store at the corner of S. 8th and Jay Streets as spectators look on. There...
Description: A view of soldiers standing between two military buildings of Camp Logan, holding dishes and waiting for dinner.
Description: Page from an International Harvester calendar promoting safety using themes from World War I. The title of calendar is "The World's Greatest Chance Taker!...
Description: United States government bonds poster in the Third Liberty Loan series. Depicts a German soldier holding a firearm is standing above a crouching woman crad...
Description: A view of soldiers eating dinner in the field from a wagon at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
Date: date unknown
Description: Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker, who earned the title "Ace of Aces" for his 27 victories during World War I. In this photograph he is posed against a plane...
Description: Wisconsin Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indians Foster DeCorah and sons. Foster and son Robert served in Co. D of the 128th Infantry and were killed in WWI.
Description: Two soldiers carrying an injured man through the trenches. Caption reads: "Brancardiers [stretcher-bearers] carrying in a wounded pirla."
Description: Stalls are set up along Main street for the community fair. A truck with flag decorations is tethered to two lampposts to block off the street. Several peo...
Description: Elevated view of fuselage Repair Section of the American Expeditionary Force 2nd Aviation Instruction Center near Tours, France.
Description: In a dramatic scene still from the silent film "The Battle Cry of Peace," Charley Harrison (left, played by James Morrison) and John Harrison (right, playe...
Description: Two rows of soldiers holding firearms stand facing each other in a wooded area at Camp Logan. An officer stands on each side, holding his own firearm, rea...
Description: Elevated view of the parade grounds at United States Navy Camp Wissahickon. Men stand in formation on the parade grounds, and to the the right, a flag wav...
Description: A view of sailors seated around a boxing ring, watching a match at a United States Naval Training Camp.
Description: Group of youth gathered near a passenger car listening to a man identified as "Governor Howard." The man is most likely Edgar Howard, Lieutenant Governor o...
Description: Armistice Day ceremony with Mrs. Ella M. Bresee, representing the Grand Army of the Republic and the Daughters of 1812, shown placing a wreath at the cenot...
The Struggles at Home
Conflict on the Homefront: Wisconsin During World War I
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