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Women in the Motor Corps

Date: 1918
Description: Motor Corps of the National League for Women's Service. The corps performed errands and other services for all organizations engaged in war activities, ans...
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Female Auto Workers

Date: 1918
Description: Women working on the automobile assembly line at Nash Motors (later American Motors) during World War I.
Print

Anti-La Follette Cartoon

Date: December 13 1917
Description: A color cartoon depicting Robert M. La Follette, Sr. as pro-German, showing Kaiser pinning medals on him.
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Homecoming Parade in Eau Claire

Date: 1918
Description: Uniformed soldiers marching in a World War I homecoming parade. Many men are carrying flags, and the street is heavily decorated with U.S. flags. The soldi...
Poster

Sow the Seeds of Victory!

Date: 1918
Description: World War I poster promoting individuals to garden and can vegetables for the war effort. Produced by the National War Garden Commission.
Poster

Titan Tractor Advertising Poster

Date: 1919
Description: Advertising poster of World War I veteran returning home to family, farm and new Titan 10-20 tractor. The caption on the poster reads: "Look what dad bough...
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Soldiers on a World War I Recruiting Drive

Date: 1917
Description: World War I soldiers standing in front and on the back of an International truck with a recruiting poster.
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The First Paris Trip

Date: 1917
Description: A page of snapshots of Paris scenes and friends visiting Paris. Part of a scrapbook of photographs from Stevenson's service in World War I.
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Storm Snapshots

Date: 1917
Description: A page of snapshots showing scenes at sea during a storm. Part of a scrapbook of photographs from Stevenson's service in World War I.
Photograph

Peasant Girl and Cathedral

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Description: A page of snapshots depicting a peasant girl at Daoules, France and the cathedral at Chartres. Part of a scrapbook of photographs from Stevenson's sevice i...
Photograph

The Evolution of a Soldier

Date: 1917
Description: Three images representing a soldier in summer 1917, winter 1917 and spring 1919.
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A Tribute to Lazy Camp Life

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Description: An ambulance man (presumably Ray E. Williams) sitting on the front fender of an American ambulance.
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French Trench

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Description: A French trench. Captioned: "Notice the workmanship on this French trench - and imagine the water in the springtime."
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Loading an Ambulance

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Description: Medical personnel load a wounded Prussian into an ambulance. Captioned: "A wounded Prussian being loaded in my car for evacuation. He was shot just under h...
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Shell Hole in French House

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Description: A French house in ruins. Captioned: "Julian Bryan, standing in a hole made by a shell. Notice that French houses are constructed for centuries where Amer...
Photograph

War Ruins

Date: 1917
Description: Ruins of a French house. Captioned: "The first real ruins of the war that any of S.S.U. 12 ever saw. Our way to the front lead over the battlefield of th...
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French Torpedoes

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Description: French torpedoes (torpilles) shot by compressed gas.
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Passage for Attack

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Description: Dirt stairs through the trench wall. Captioned: "Passages up which troops rush for an attack."
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Farm Family in Living Room

Date: 1900
Description: A farm family posing in their living room. Sitting from left to right is John Dietrich (1874-1947), Grace Bowman (1879-1964), and Mrs. Lizzie Macke Dietric...
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International Truck Carrying Female Employees

Date: 1918
Description: International G-1(?) truck carrying International Harvester Company women workers during World War I. The truck is decorated with flags and shields bearing...

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