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Description: Portrait of Mason Richmond, son of Lillie Greene Richmond, in uniform. He served in World War I.
Description: A watercolor and pen drawing on an envelope from Frank and Delia King to their brother-in-law, Irwin Raymond Witthuhn, who was serving in France during Wor...
Description: Poster of woman factory worker issued by the Young Woman's Christian Association, to promote their United War Work Campaign. Slogan reads "For every fighte...
Description: World War I soldiers airing out their bunks at Camp Curtis.
Description: A group of Chippewa (Ojibwa) girls in white western clothing and paper feathered headdresses for a celebration commemorating the return of 80 Native Americ...
Description: A Pawling and Harnischfeger Company truck, with an artillery gun mounted on the bed, decorated with banners and flags. Two soldiers are standing on the bac...
Description: This press photograph illustrates what was then the most recent development in the Curtiss Flying boats at the Atlantic Coast Aeronautical Station at Newpo...
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: Elevated view of the departure of the drafted soldiers at the Menomonie railroad station, with a crowd present to see them off.
Description: Eight men drafted to serve in World War I stand on the steps of the Sauk County Courthouse. They would leave that day for the newly constructed Camp Grant,...
Description: Elevated view from building of informal Armistice Day street parade at an intersection of the downtown area. They are celebrating the conclusion of the fir...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Soldiers transporting artillery across a plain on horseback at Camp Travis, named in 1917.
Description: New army recruits still in their civilian clothes arriving at an unidentified World War I training camp. Many barracks, some still under construction, are...
Description: A man and children stands under the Capitol Theatre marquee that promotes the movie, "Journey's End," with two men dressed as World War I soldier "doughboy...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Group of women in U.S. Food Administration uniforms demonstrate food conservation methods to a group of men, women and children.
Description: Barbed wire training under Lt. Johnson. An unusual nighttime photograph from the Victor Morris album, at Camp Custer.
Description: Original caption: "Mary Pickford presenting Standard Bearer Wallace Reid of the Lasky Home Guard, with the regiment's colors." The man in uniform at right...
Description: Wartime advertisement for Kardell tractors featuring an illustration of a farmer using a team of two horses to work in a field, along with the headline "Le...
Description: Men hold a sign that says "Car No. 1 Manure Secured by Y.M.C.A. for Eighth Ward War Gardens" while standing on top of a manure pile in a railroad yard.
Description: The large service flag that honored all University of Wisconsin students who served during World War I on display in the Reading Room. The students themsel...
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