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Box/Folder 1 : 1-6

Clippings, Les Annales politiques et littéraires, circa 1914-1919

Box/Folder 2 : 1-3

Clippings, Les Annales politiques et littéraires, circa 1914-1919

Box/Folder 2 : 4

Newspaper clippings, German newspapers, 1914

Scope and Contents note

In German.
Box/Folder 2 : 5

Newspaper clippings, war news, circa 1915-1919

Scope and Contents note

Compiled by George F. Tyler. A couple articles are in French.
Box/Folder 2 : 6

Newspaper clippings, sinking of the Lusitania and service letters, 1918, 1961, undated

Scope and Contents note

Three clippings. One, undated, is titled "Berlin Ordered Sinking of Lusitania; Proof of Germany's Crime in Code Cypher." The second, dated April 30, 1961, is titled "American Heritage--Fate Placed Lusitania, U20 in Same Part of Atlantic--And Sent US to War." The third, dated April 20, 1918, consists of service letters written by Paul Galloway, of the 116th field hospital with the American expeditionary forces, to his parents and a brother.
Box/Folder 2 : 7

Certificate for the Lübeckische Hanseatenkreuz [medal], 1918 June 5

Scope and Contents note

Given by "der Senat der freien und Hansestadt Lübeck." Includes a handwritten section with the name of the recipient, which is not completely legible. In German.
Box/Folder 2 : 8

Letter from German prisoner-of-war to his family, 1918 February 27

Box/Folder 2 : 9

Booklet, "Première Lettre adressée aux Prisonniers Français," 1914

Scope and Contents note

Includes handwritten annotations and corrections.
Box/Folder 2 : 10

Drawing, "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," 1916 February 10

Scope and Contents note

Reprint of a satirical drawing from Life, distributed by The American Rights Committee, imagining what a map of North America would look like if the United States lost the war (e.g., New Prussia, Japonica, Turconia).
Box/Folder 2 : 11

Essays for Americans by Florizel von Reuter, undated

Scope and Contents note

Three essays intended for American audiences written by Florizel von Reuter, an American living in Germany and a correspondent on the staff of the Neutral Committee for Neutral Reports, Berlin. The essays, which are pro-Germany, are titled, "The Attitude of the United States. Is America Neutral?," "Was Belgium's Attitude Towards Germany Justified?," and "More Triple Entente Fables About German Atrocities."
Box/Folder 2 : 12

Leaflet, "An die Berliner Bevölkerung," undated

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German leaflet asserting Germany's desire for peace.
Box/Folder 2 : 13

Leaflet, "The Breach of Belgian Neutrality by England and Belgium," undated

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German leaflet asserting that prior to the outbreak of the war "Belgium was conniving with the Entente Powers."
Box/Folder 2 : 14

Leaflet, "Deceiving the Whole World. American Newspaper Men Arrested in London for Telling the Truth about Germany. -- A Personal Letter," 1914 October 6

Scope and Contents note

From the Chicago Tribune, by James O'Donnell Bennett: a personal letter to the editor about his experience in Germany.
Box/Folder 2 : 15

Leaflet, "England's perfidy exposed by Americans," 1914 October 12

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German declaration by the Committee of The American Truth Society in Munich concluding that England is directly responsible for the war.
Box/Folder 2 : 16

Leaflet, "Der gegenwärtige krieg ist das Werk Deutschlands," undated

Box/Folder 3 : 1

Leaflet, "The German People Offers [sic] Peace," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

In English and French.
Box/Folder 3 : 2

Leaflet, open letter by Professor Leon Rains, 1914 September

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German, open letter written by Professor Leon Rains, in Dresden, relating a Red Cross officer's tale of supposed Belgian and French atrocities.
Box/Folder 3 : 3

Leaflet, "La paix en vue!," 1918 September 22

Scope and Contents note

From on the Verdun Front.
Box/Folder 3 : 4

Leaflet, "To the People and Press of America," 1914 October 13

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German, open letter written by Katherine Thayer Hobson-Kraus, refuting tales of "German Vandalism."
Box/Folder 3 : 5

Leaflet, "Rückzug oder Zusammenbruch?," undated

Scope and Contents note

Leaflet tossed by the American Fifth Army to the Germans in Italy.
Box/Folder 3 : 6

Leaflet, "Sehr geehrter Herr?," 1914 December

Scope and Contents note

From the Deutscher Überseedienst (German Overseas Service).
Box/Folder 3 : 7

Leaflet, "Wer zählt sie alle…," undated

Box/Folder 3 : 8

Leaflet, "Who broke the Peace of Europe?," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Pro-German, asserts that the Triple Entente had been planning a war against Germany well before war broke out.
Box/Folder 3 : 9

Typescript, "Fliegerabwurfschriften als Propagandamittel während des Weltkrieges 1914-1918," undated

Scope and Contents note

Brief analysis of German leaflet propaganda during World War I.
Box/Folder 3 : 10-15

Zettel, Bilder und Zeitschriftenfolgen, Subject File, 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

These items were gathered together by a donor. According to a type-written note at the front, they are various printed materials that were dropped by Allied planes over German lines, mostly demanding an end to the war. They were not in a discernible order, so they have been arranged by document type, with a few exceptions (one, where there were many instances of a single publication and two, when the items were in languages other than German). Where possible, the items were removed from the construction paper they were on. Some of the items are annotated/described by the compiler of the album. In German, unless otherwise noted.
Box/Folder 3 : 10

Booklets

Box/Folder 3 : 11

Leaflets

Box/Folder 3 : 12

Maps

Box/Folder 3 : 13

Newsletters and newspapers

Box/Folder 3 : 14

"By Balloon/Durch Luftballon"

Scope and Contents note

These items all have "By Balloon/Durch Luftballon" printed on them, and they are numbered as well, suggesting that they are part of a series of a publication.
Box/Folder 3 : 15

Other languages

Scope and Contents note

Includes items in French, Polish, and Russian.
Box/Folder 3 : 16

Booklet, "Euch Helden sei Dank!," 1917

Box/Folder 3 : 17

Booklet, "Heb mich auf!," 1918

Box/Folder 3 : 18

Booklet, "Prisonniers de Guerre," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Jean-Pierre Laurens.
Box/Folder 3 : 19

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914," Erste Mappe, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 1-6.
Box/Folder 3 : 20

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914," Zweite Mappe, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 7-12.
Box/Folder 3 : 21

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914," Dritte Mappe, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 13-18.
Box/Folder 3 : 22

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914," Vierte Mappe, 1915

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Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 19-24.
Box/Folder 3 : 23

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914," Fünfte Mappe, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 25-30.
Box/Folder 3 : 24

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1914/15," Sechste Mappe, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 31-36.
Box/Folder 3 : 25

Drawings, "Aus einem Tage-Buch 1915," Siebente Mappe, 1916

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of drawings by Adolf Hengeler that were distributed in Germany. Bild 37-42.
Box/Folder 4 : 1

Flyer, "An das deutsche Volk! … Wollt Ihr noch einmal Weihnachten im Kriege feiern?," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 2

Flyer, "Deutsche Soldaten! Rumänien, welches mit den Zentralmächten verbündet war…," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 3

Flyer, "Ein paar vernünftige Worte an meine ehemaligen Kameraden," 1916 February 9

Box/Folder 4 : 4

Flyer, "Polacy! Wybiła godzina, kiedy marzenia Waszych ojców i dziadów mogą spełnić się…," 1914 August 14

Scope and Contents note

Call to the Polish people to welcome and join with Russia. In Polish and Russian.
Box/Folder 4 : 5

Leaflet, "An die süddeutschen!," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 6

Leaflet, "Auf zum Endkampf!," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 7

Leaflet, "Briefe aus Deutschland," circa 1918

Box/Folder 4 : 8

Leaflet, "Deutsches Volk! Du erlebst ein neues Verdun…," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 9

Leaflet, "Republik bedeutet Friede und Freiheit!," undated

Box/Folder 4 : 10

Leaflet, "Wer hat die Kriegsfackel entzündet?," 1916 December 17

Box/Folder 4 : 11

Photographs, General Luigi Cadorna, 1916, undated

Scope and Contents note

Two photographs, one of Cadorna at his desk, and one of him as a young man (possibly during his time at the Turin Military Academy).
Box/Folder 4 : 12

Tables, "Losses in Men and Ships Suffered by Italy During the War," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Five tables: 1) Losses suffered by the Italian army and navy from 23 May 1915 to 11 November 1918; 2) Casualties in officers and men; 3) Summary of the disabled from war causes; 4) Losses in the Royal Navy; 5) Italian merchant ships sunk by submarines and mines.
Box/Folder 4 : 13

32 Textes du President Wilson, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Cards of "memorable utterances of President Wilson" illustrated by Gustave Jacobs for the students of France (in French). Also included is a letter, stamped 21 February 1919, from the Minister of Public Education in France informing the educational authorities in the United States about the creation of the cards and enclosing a set.
Box/Folder 4 : 14

British, French, and American materials re monetary support of the war, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a British leaflet about saving money; French leaflets dropped from airplanes about the 3rd Defense Loan; an American Victory Bonds pin, and Worcester War Chest tags. In English and French.
Box/Folder 4 : 15

Declarations of British authors, 1914, undated

Scope and Contents note

Two leaflets: one, titled "To our colleagues in Russia," which discusses the inspiration the authors have drawn from Russian literature and Russia as a worthy ally in the war; the other, titled "The War: Declaration by British Authors," expressing their opinion that Great Britain was right to enter the war and their support for the Allies' cause.
Box/Folder 4 : 16

Excerpt from report about the British National Committee of the Commission for Relief in Belgium, circa 1917

Box/Folder 4 : 17

Excerpt from report about establishment of foyers in Bourges, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 18

French iconography, circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Appears to be the cover of a book or album. Features the phrase "Nous combattons pour la liberté des peuples" over symbols of war/France and the words "République Française, 1914-1917."
Box/Folder 4 : 19

Matthias, Blanche C. materials, 1916-1919, 1925, 1983

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence (1918-1919), publications ("Le Problème des Nationalités," by Th. Ruyssen, 1916 and "The Secret History of a Great Betrayal, Sixth Edition," by E.D. Morel, 1925), and a photocopy of Matthias' obituary, 1983.
Box/Folder 4 : 20

Miscellany, undated

Scope and Contents note

One Franc; stickers to fasten posters that say "Armenia: The most tragic story in human history;" wallet-sized fold-out "Flags of the Allies;" Camps Library bookmarks about donating books or magazines; Smileage Books of coupons for military entertainment venues; Worcester, MA employee identification cards; blank participation cards related to "l'Oeuvre;" notice from the 84th U.S. Infantry "Railsplitter" Division to German soldiers urging them to surrender; roster of German officers with rank and date of death (if applicable).
Box/Folder 4 : 21

Publisher/publications materials, undated

Scope and Contents note

The majority of the items are from the publisher/printer Coquemer and include, among other things, a notice about a reproduction of the painting "L'Aube de la Revanche;" "Elle Tiendra" leaflet; informational leaflets; a book jacket, and a notice about the publication of a patriotic calendar for 1918.
Box/Folder 4 : 22

Blank stationery/cards/postcards, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes two sets of War Designs postcards illustrated by Frank Brangwyn, as well as a set of U.S. Marines postcards. Most of the items are in French.
Box/Folder 4 : 23

Booklet, The Barb Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1918 October

Box/Folder 4 : 24

Booklet, "Le Danger pour l'Église est en Allemagne," 1915

Box/Folder 4 : 25

Booklet, "The Great War," 1914 September

Scope and Contents note

Speech delivered by the Right Honorable David Lloyd George, M.P. (Chancellor of the Exchequer) at the Queen's Hall, London, on 19 September 1914.
Box/Folder 4 : 26

Booklet, "La Marne," 1917

Scope and Contents note

"La Marne" is a poem by Robert de Bédarieux, dated 8 September 1916. Heading on the cover of the booklet, as well as on each page, reads "Les voix humaines : le blé rouge."
Box/Folder 4 : 27

Booklet, "Report of General John J. Pershing, U.S.A.," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Text of a cable from Pershing, Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces, to the Secretary of War, 20 November 1918. The cover notes that it was corrected 16 January 1919. The maps meant to accompany the report can be found in the Map case, Folder 1, Items 4 and 5.
Box/Folder 4 : 28

Booklet, "Strophes Patriotiques, " 2e Fascicule, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 29

Calendars, 1917, 1919

Scope and Contents note

The 1917 pocket-sized calendar, in Italian, is published by the Banca Italiana di Sconto. The 1919 wallet-sized calendars, in French, feature photographs or drawings and quotations relating to the war.
Box/Folder 4 : 30

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1917-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes a notice from Marshall Foch about the ceasing of hostilities on 11 November 1918; a letter dated 30 November 1918 from William Joseph Shipsey about his experience fighting in the war; correspondence from August 1917 about a false French publisher who went by the name Delandre; and a postcard dated 1 March 1919. In English and French.
Box/Folder 4 : 31

Drawings, "Tales of Three Nations," circa 1923

Scope and Contents note

Nine cartoons by Max Beerbohm, reproduced in the Manchester Guardian Weekly, depicting the relationship between England, France, and Germany from the early years of the nineteenth century through January 1923.
Box/Folder 5 : 1

Flyer, "Attaques par Gaz," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 2

Flyer, "Civilians of Brussels Victims to German Artillery Fire," circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

There is a second copy of the flyer, in French.
Box/Folder 5 : 3

Flyer, "Die Sklaverei des deutschen Volkes," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 4

Flyer, "Warum heimgekehrte Kriegsgefangene den Mund halten müssen," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 5

Illustration, Décorations de Guerre: France, Belgique; Serbie, Montenegro, Roumanie; de l'Empire Britannique; Italie, Russie, Japon, undated

Scope and Contents note

Four posters with illustrations and names of the different medals awarded by various countries. In French.
Box/Folder 5 : 6

Leaflet, "Die amerikanischen Truppen rücken mit Eile heran," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 7

Leaflet, "The Beacon," undated

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets Nos. 1 ("British war aims"), 3 ("War for ever"), 4 ("'Necessity knows no Law'") and 6 ("Krupp's director on German policy").
Box/Folder 5 : 8

Leaflet, "The British Navy's Part," 1918 August

Scope and Contents note

Text of a speech by Prime Minister Lloyd George in the House of Commons, 7 August 1918.
Box/Folder 5 : 9

Leaflet, "The Collapse of German Credit," circa 1917

Box/Folder 5 : 10

Leaflet, "Friedenshindernisse," circa 1919

Box/Folder 5 : 11

Leaflet, "Die geheim-presse im besetzten Belgien 1914/18," 1920

Box/Folder 5 : 12

Leaflet, "German War Ethics," 1915 May 8

Scope and Contents note

Article reprinted from The Tablet, A Weekly Newspaper and Review.
Box/Folder 5 : 13

Leaflet, "La Lettre du Soldat à Ceux du Pays Envahi," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Nos. 10 and 11.
Box/Folder 5 : 14

Leaflet, "Official Greeting to the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines at the Great Peace Jubilee," 1919 October

Scope and Contents note

From a celebration of Fraternal Victory Day in Philadelphia, PA, 11 October 1919, by Edward Newton Haag, LL.B.
Box/Folder 5 : 15

Leaflet, "The performances of the association 'Karitas' [in] the year 1920," circa 1920

Scope and Contents note

Summary of a report of the association's activity, which consisted of providing aid to children and the poor in Europe.
Box/Folder 5 : 16

Leaflet, "Town of Lokeren," 1914 October 24

Scope and Contents note

Translation of order from German Kommandantur at Lokeren to the inhabitants regarding German occupation of the town.
Box/Folder 5 : 17

Leaflet, "Von allen Fronten. Neue italienische Offensive in Albanien," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 18

Leaflet, "Wie würde es uns schädigen?," undated

Box/Folder 5 : 19

Leaflets and flyers about purchasing Liberty Loans, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Flyers are in English, French, Italian, Polish, and Russian. One leaflet is titled "Sermonic Suggestions, Second Liberty Loan Sunday, October 20-21, 1917." The other is titled "The Duty of the American Government to our Soldiers and Sailors--The Second Liberty Loan and the War Insurance Law," an address by Honorable W.G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, to the National Army at Camp Lewis, American Lake, Washington, October 9, 1917.
Box/Folder 5 : 20

Leaflets from the Joint Committee, Board of Agriculture and Ministry of Food, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets 10a ("Small and Additional Acreage Order, 1918. Important to Small-Holders, Allotment-Holders, Farmers, Grist Millers and Others"), 10b ("Small and Additional Acreage Order, 1918. Important to Farmers, Grist Millers and Others in England and Wales"), and 10c ("Damaged Grain. Notice to Farmers").
Box/Folder 5 : 21

Leaflets about and by the German army, 1914-1917

Scope and Contents note

In German. Includes typed annotations with brief commentary (in English).
Box/Folder 5 : 22

Map, Austria-Hungary, undated

Box/Folder 5 : 23

Map, Bartholomew's War Map of Asia Minor, Arabia, Persia, &c., undated

Box/Folder 5 : 24

Map, Boppard, 1918

Box/Folder 5 : 25

Map, Königreich Böhmen/Royaume de Bohème, circa 1910

Box/Folder 5 : 26

Map, The Large Scale Liberty War Map, Indexed, of the Western Front, with Inset of Central Europe, 1917

Box/Folder 5 : 27

Map, Mayen, 1918

Box/Folder 5 : 28

Map, St. Quentin, circa 1916

Box/Folder 5 : 29

Map, Die Vereinigten Staaten von Gross-Österreich, undated

Box/Folder 5 : 30

Map, Western Front, Battle of the Somme, circa 1916

Box/Folder 5 : 31

Map, The Western Theatre of the European War, 1918

Box/Folder 5 : 32

Matrix for French propaganda print, undated

Scope and Contents note

Features engraving of a German soldier who appears to be tied up with pins stuck in him.
Box/Folder 5 : 33

Notebook, undated

Scope and Contents note

Appears to be in English. Handwritten.
Box/Folder 5 : 34

Print, "L'Alsace n'oublie pas…," undated

Scope and Contents note

Black and white print shows women (possibly nuns) kneeling in black dresses and headdresses. Above them is text that reads "L'Alsace n'oublie pas que quinze cent mille soldats français sont morts pour sa delivrance."
Box/Folder 5 : 35

Programs and menus, 1916-1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes some programs from Handforth Prisoner of War Camp in England (materials in German); a program from the Great American Matinee, 8 December 1916, in England; a program from Manifestation Nationale des Grandes Associations Françaises (materials in French); and a souvenir menu with (reproduced) signatures of the defenders of Verdun, featuring a photograph of Kathleen Burke of the Scottish Women's Hospitals (materials in English and French).
Box/Folder 5 : 36

Stamps, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes stamps from special commemorative sets (e.g., "Timbres de l'Armée").
Box/Folder 5 : 37

Table, "Scales of Rations - Maximum Weekly Quantities," 1918 June 1

Scope and Contents note

Produced by the Public Services Branch Food Survey Board, Great Britain.
Box/Folder 6 : 1

Blueprints, Type de baraquement militaire démontable: systéme Adrian, 1915-1918

Scope and Contents note

For military barracks.
Box/Folder 6 : 2

Clippings, George F. Rand and the Bayonet Trench Monument, 1919-1922, 1926, 1950

Scope and Contents note

The first set of clippings, from roughly September 1919 to April 1920 (plus one post card from August 1922), concerns George F. Rand, and mainly consists of obituaries published after his untimely death in a plane crash. The second set of clippings, from roughly May 1920 to January 1921, concerns the building and dedication of the Bayonet Trench Monument, which Rand funded. There is also an article from January 1926 about the tragedy of the Bayonet Trench, as well as a letter from January 1950 to a relative of Rand's about the Monument at Verdun. It appears that some of the clippings, which were glued onto pages, are missing. Others were loose and did not appear to match any of the existing pages.
Box/Folder 6 : 3

Printed matter, relief organizations, 1915-1919

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets, cards, flyers, booklets, form letters, and other printed matter published by a wide variety of French relief organizations. In French.
Box/Folder 6 : 4

Telegraphie, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Two telegrams, both stamped Wloclawek (a town in northern Poland). One is dated 25 February 1915, the other 21 April 1915. In German.
Box: 6-9

Feld-Presse I-V, Kriegsnachrichtendienst, Subject File, 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

These materials were organized and numbered by the original collector, and that order was maintained when placing them into folders. Folder titles were created based upon the titles of the publications within them.
Box/Folder 6 : 5

Leaflets from Łukowski, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Two leaflets related to Łukowski, Poland. One, titled "Protokół" and dated June 28, 1917, consists of meeting minutes of the regional council of the district (in Polish). The other, titled "Budżet powiatowy" and dated 1917, consists of the county budget for 1917 (in German and Polish).
Box/Folder 6 : 6

"Pinsker Zeitung," 1915

Box/Folder 6 : 7

"Deutsche Nachrichten vom Kriege," 1914

Scope and Contents note

Three issues, dated 27 October 1914, 20 November 1914, and 26 November 1914.
Box/Folder 6 : 8

"Tagesbericht der Armee-Zeitung Jildirim," 1918

Box/Folder 6 : 9

"Armeegruppe Carlowitz," 1916

Box/Folder 6 : 10

"Zeitungsdienst," A.O.K. 3 and 4, 1914-1917

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets from A.O.K. 4 are dated December 27 and 28, 1914. Leaflets from A.O.K. 3 are dated 1915-1917, though all months in those years are not represented.
Box/Folder 6 : 11

"Blätter für Auskunftswesen;" "Nachrichtenblatt," Herausgegeben vom A.D.K. 4, Abteilung, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

"Blätter für Auskunftswesen:" Number 10 (31 December 1917), Number 11 (15 January 1918), Number 15 (14 March 1918), Number 19 (31 May 1918), and Number 20 (19 June 1918). "Nachrichtenblatt:" Number 8 (15 January 1918).
Box/Folder 6 : 12

"Funk-Spruch von Norddeich (Zeitungsdienst)," 1914 October 19-24

Box/Folder 6 : 13

"Funkspruch," Aufgenommen von der Funkenstation des A.O.K. der 7. Armee, 1917 June 3

Box/Folder 6 : 14

"M.W. Funken-Station I," A.O.K. 10., 1916 January 25

Box/Folder 6 : 15

"Schwere Funkenstation 12," A.O.K. 10, 1915 November 19

Box/Folder 6 : 16

Akonach 21 Flugblätter, 1918 February 6-12

Box/Folder 6 : 17

"Deutscher Heeresbericht. Comunicat Oficial German," 1917

Scope and Contents note

In German and Romanian.
Box/Folder 6 : 18

"Argonnen-Post. Neueste Nachrichten," 1916-1917

Box/Folder 6 : 19

"Nachrichtendienst," 18. Inf. Div., 1915-1916

Box/Folder 7 : 1

"Neueste Nachrichten," Herausgegeben von der 34. Inf.-Div., 1916

Box/Folder 7 : 2-3

"Neueste Nachrichten," Herausgegeben von der 34. Inf.-Div., 1917

Box/Folder 7 : 4

"Graben Post," 1918 July 16

Box/Folder 7 : 5

"Fensprech-Abtlg. der 79. R.-D.," 1916 August 7

Box/Folder 7 : 6

Funksprüche, Generalkommando XI. A.-K., 1915 - 1916

Box/Folder 7 : 7

"Funkenspruch," 1915 September 27

Scope and Contents note

In German, Polish, Lithuanian and Yiddish.
Box/Folder 7 : 8

"Res. Fernsprech-Abteilung 40," General-Kommando XXXX, Reserve-Korps, 1916 July 7

Box/Folder 7 : 9

"Schwere Funken-Station 33," General-Kommando XXXX, Reserve-Korps, 1916

Box/Folder 7 : 10

"General-Gouvernement Brüssel, Funkspruch-Nachrichten," 1915-1916

Box/Folder 7 : 11

"Funker-Zeitung," Hauptquartier Ost, 1916

Box/Folder 7 : 12

"Nachrichtenblatt der Heeresgruppe Deutscher Kronprinz," 1918 April

Box/Folder 7 : 13

"Grosses Hauptquartier, Westlicher und Östlicher Kriegsschauplatz," 1917 July 8

Box/Folder 7 : 14

"Heeresbericht," Druckerei Gardekorps, 1917

Box/Folder 7 : 15

"Susita-Zeitung;" "Neueste Nachrichten für das Gouvernement Sewastopol und Umgegend;" "Neueste Kriegs-Nachrichten," Presse-Abteilung, Heeresgruppe Kiew, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

"Susita-Zeitung:" 2 December 1917 - 7 January 1918. "Neueste Nachrichten…:" 12-20 June 1918. "Neueste Kriegs-Nachrichten…:" 15 October 1918.
Box/Folder 7 : 16

"Deutscher Heeresbericht," Grosses Hauptquartier, Druckerei Garde-Reserve-Korps, 1917 January 4-23

Box/Folder 7 : 17

"Feld-Zeitung der 217. Infanterie-Division;" "Tages-Nachrichten," 1917

Scope and Contents note

"Feld-Zeitung…:" 7, 12 June, 13 July, 26 September, 7 November 1917. "Tages-Nachrichten:" 26-27 November 1917.
Box/Folder 7 : 18

"Korrespondenz der Zeitung der 10. Armee," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Month names are in "Poetic German."
Box/Folder 7 : 19

"IIIb Feldpressestelle," 1918 May 15

Box/Folder 7 : 20

"Korrespondenz B.," 1916-1917

Box/Folder 8 : 1

"Nachrichten-Dienst der Kaiserlichen Kommandantur Kowno," 1915 September 20-28

Box/Folder 8 : 2

"Funker-Zeitung der Leichten Funken-Station 1," 1916

Box/Folder 8 : 3

"Legerbericht," 1917

Scope and Contents note

In Dutch.
Box/Folder 8 : 4

"Letzte Kriegsnachrichten," Grosses Hauptquartier/"Dernières Nouvelles de la Guerre," Grand Quartier Général, 1915

Box/Folder 8 : 5

"Neueste Kriegsnachrichten," Grosses Hauptquartier, 1916

Box/Folder 8 : 6

"Mitteilungen aus dem besetzten Gebiet des Westens," 1917-1918

Box/Folder 8 : 7

"Nachrichtenblatt der 17. Armee," 1918

Box/Folder 8 : 8

"Nachrichtenblatt für die Kameraden im Kampf zwischen Somme u. Oise aus der 'Stafette in Champagne und Argonnen,'" 1918 May 26

Box/Folder 8 : 9

"Nachrichten," gez. v. Bockelberg, Generalleutnant und Etappen-Inspekteur/"Nouvelles," signé v. Bockelberg, Lieutenant-Général, Commandant des Étapes, 1915

Box/Folder 8 : 10

"Nachrichtendienst vom 4.11.1918 nachts," 1918 November 4

Box/Folder 8 : 11

"Neuste [sic] Meldungen," Amtlich: Grosses Hauptquartier, Westlicher Kriegsschauplatz, 1918 June

Box/Folder 8 : 12

"Neueste Kriegs-Nachrichten," Staden, 1915-1916

Box/Folder 8 : 13

"Neueste Kriegsnachrichten, Deutscher Heeresbericht," 1918 May 4

Box/Folder 8 : 14

"Neueste Kriegsnachrichten," Grosses Hauptquartier, Westlicher Kriegsschauplatz/"Dernières Nouvelles de la Guerre," Grand Quartier Général, Champs de bataille occidentaux, 1915 January 28

Box/Folder 8 : 15

"Letzte Kriegsnachrichten," 1916 October 6-23

Box/Folder 8 : 16

"Der Funke, Nachrichtendienst des Regts. Bliesener," 1915-1916

Box/Folder 8 : 17

"Verstärktes III. Res.-Korps," 1916-1917

Box/Folder 8 : 18

"Zeitungsdienst," IX. Reserve-Korps, 1916 September 4

Box/Folder 8 : 19

"Truppen Nachrichtenblatt der Gruppe Wijtschate," 1918 July

Box/Folder 8 : 20

"Von den Kriegsschauplätzen," 1916 February 6

Box/Folder 8 : 21

"Kriegs-Nachrichten Warna," 1917 March 7

Box/Folder 8 : 22

"Heeresbericht/Zeitungsdienst," 1916

Box/Folder 8 : 23

"Zeitungsdienst," Herausgegeben von der Gruppe Arras, 1917

Box/Folder 9 : 1

"Zeitungsdienst," Herausgegeben von der Gruppe Arras, 1918

Box/Folder 9 : 2

"Zeitungsdienst der Division," Deutscher Heeresbericht, 1917 February 23

Box/Folder 9 : 3

"Zeitungsdienst," Norddeich, Köln und Paris, 1915 October 27-29

Scope and Contents note

In German and French.
Box/Folder 9 : 4

"Zeitungsdienst," Heeresgruppe Kronprinz Rupprecht, 1918 June

Box/Folder 9 : 5

"Zeitungsdienst," Der Erste Generalquartiermeister Ludendorff, 1918

Box/Folder 9 : 6

"Zeitungs-Dienst der Gruppe Flandern," 1918 April 22

Box/Folder 9 : 7

"Zeitungsdienst," Gedruckt in der Champagne-Kriegszeitung, 1915 November 3-8

Scope and Contents note

In German and French.
Box/Folder 9 : 8

"Zeitung der 10. Armee, Funkerdienst," 1917 May

Box/Folder 9 : 9

"Zeitungsdienst, Wörtlicher Abdruck des dem General-Kommando durch den Fernsprecher übermittelten Zeitungsdienstes," 1915-1916

Box/Folder 9 : 10

"Zeitungsdienst," Korpsdruckerei des IX. Res.-Korps, 1916

Scope and Contents note

Some have contemporaneous handwriting on the back.
Box/Folder 9 : 11

"Zeitungs-Dienst," Deutscher Heeresbericht, 1918

Box/Folder 9 : 12

"Zeitungsdienst," Funkspruch aus Königswusterhausen und Wien, 1916-1917

Box/Folder 9 : 13

"Zeitungsdienst für Abschnitt St. Marie-a-Py--Somme-Py;" "Deutscher Zeitungsverlag," Roeselare, Markt, 8; Spruch aus Norddeich; Spruch aus Berlin; "Zeitungsdienst," Gedruckt in der Felddruckerei des Marinekorps, 1915-1917

Box/Folder 9 : 14-20

Heeres Tagesbefehle, Kommandantur und Lagerbefehle, Subject File, 1914-1918, undated

Scope and Contents note

Germany military documents; title given by original collector. In German and French.
Box/Folder 9 : 14

Undated, circa 1914-1918

Box/Folder 9 : 15

1914

Box/Folder 9 : 16

1915

Box/Folder 9 : 17

1916

Box/Folder 9 : 18

1917

Box/Folder 9 : 19

1918

Box/Folder 9 : 20

"Avis et Ordres de la Commandanture," circa 1916-1917

Box: 10

Army Theatrical Performances, Subject File, 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

These materials were organized and titled by the original collector, and the organization and titles were maintained when placing the materials into folders.
Box/Folder 10 : 1

Programme I., 1915-1918

Scope and Contents note

Concert and theater programs, also includes Sportfest and Lichtspiele programs. Performances in Aubigny, Breisach, Brügge, Brussels, Bucharest, Buzancy, Cambrai, Charleroi, Corbon, Dusseldorf, Elbing, Fouquières, Ghent, Ghistel, Givet, Hirson, Jelowka, Juniville, Keyem, Königsberg, Krusevica, Lecluse, Levico, Lille, Lislet, Longwy, Lötzen, Lüttich, Marville, Maubeuge, Mouzon, Namur, Nanteuil, Ostend, Poniewicz, Posen, Roeselare, St. Amand.
Box/Folder 10 : 2

Programme II., 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

Concert and theater programs. Performances in St. Quentin, St. Ludwig, Sinceny, Sigmundsherberg, Tarnopol, Ulm, Untertürkheim, Walsrode, Warsaw, Wilma, Wolcy-Las Wolhynien. Truppe performances - Abt. 2; Polish material - Abt. 3. Nos. 1-11; Roumania - Abt. 3. Nos. 12-21; Smyrna and Turkey - Abt. 3. Nos. 22-45; three German posters at end of file.
Box/Folder 10 : 3

Programme III., 1914-1916

Scope and Contents note

Concert and theater programs. Prisoners of War. Performances in Amberg, Cassel, Doberitz, Dülmen, Erfurt, Hameln, Hahnöfersand, Lechfeld, Lichtenhorst, Nuremberg, Senne, Weinberge, Zossen. Also some POW camps in UK.
Box: 11-12

Books and Pamphlets, 1897, 1903, 1912-1920, undated

Box: 11

Leitfaden für den Kavalleristen, 1916

 

Kriegsbilder aus der Bibel, undated

 

Des Grossen Krieges Not, 1915

 

Sonne und Schild, 1918

 

Zu Wehr und Ehr', 1916

 

Ratschläge und Mitteilungen, circa 1912

 

Wir sind Wir, undated

 

Wann ist Frieden?, undated

 

Reformation und Weltkrieg, 1917

 

Kalander für Heimat und Heer, 1919

 

Neufelds Sprachführer Russisch, undated

 

Wie ein stolzer Adler, undated

 

Unser oberster Kriegsher im Felde, circa 1915

 

Die Tragik in des Kaisers Leben, circa 1916

 

Beese Zeiden, undated

 

Feldgraves Bildungswesen in Rumänien, 1920

 

Warschau, 1919

 

Sachsens Militär Vereins-Kalender auf das jar, 1916

 

"Ein Pfingstgruss aus der Heimat," undated

 

"Fromm und Deutsch. Ein Geleitwort zur Konfirmation im Jahre des grossen Krieges," 1914

 

"Des Kaisers Worte an seine Söhne," 1903

 

"Die heulende Wölfin," 1917

 

"Heer und Heimat in vier Kriegsjahren," circa 1918

 

"Deutsche Kriegsanleihe," 1917

 

"Das Kriegs Sparwesen," 1918

 

"Leitfaden für die Werbearbeit zur 8. Kriegsanleihe," undated

 

"Der Weltkrieg, der Geheimen Offenbarung und was auf ihn folgt," 1920

 

"Einfache Worte an den einfachen Mann," undated

 

"Die Verwaltung von Wertpapieren," undated

 

"Nachtrag zum Leitfaden für die Werbearbeit zugunsten der Kriegsanleihe," undated

 

"Deutsch französischer Soldaten Sprachführer," undated

 

"Ein lustig Büchel Soldatendeutsch," undated

 

"Kriegsrätsel," 1917

 

"Sammelnde Trommel. Lieder in die Not der Zeit," 1917

Box: 12

"Trommelfeuer," 1916

 

"Treue Wacht," No. 3284, undated

 

"Aus grosser Zeit," 1917

 

"Neue Kriegsgedichte 1914/15," 1916

 

"Zur VII. Kriegsanleihe. Leitfaden und Nachschlageblätter zur Werbearbeit," undated

 

"Grosse mehrfarbige Kriegsbilder zu 2 Mark," undated

 

"Feldgesangbuch für die evangelische Mannschaften des Heeres," 1897

 

"Das grosse Mitleid von einem Kriegsfreiwilligen," 1915

 

"Bethesda-Kalendar 1916," 1916

 

"Siehe, ich bin bei Euch! Ein Weihnachtsgruss an die deutsche Armee," 1915

 

"Gott im Leide," 1915

 

"Gute Wehr und Waffen für unsere Soldaten," 1914

 

"Singbüchlein für Soldaten. Heer und Flotte," 1914

 

"Zukunftshoffen. Kriegsgedichte eines Feldgrauen," 1917

 

"Leitfaden zur 9. Kriegsanleihe," 1918 August

 

"Sturmzeit," 1919

 

"Deutsche Heldenstücklein im Weltkriege 1914-1915," circa 1915

 

"Deutsches Soldaten-Liederbuch," undated

 

"Kriegs-, Soldaten- und Vaterländische Lieder," 1915

 

"Deutscher Soldatenfreund Kalender 1915," 1915

 

"Wunden. Das Lachen," 1918

 

"Gott ist unsere Zuversicht," 1915

 

"O Deutschland hoch in Ehren!," 1914

 

"Ein seste Burg ist unser Gott," 1914

 

"Gott mit uns!," 1914

 

"Ein guter Kamerad," 1916

 

"Deutscher Soldatenfreund Kalander 1917," 1917

 

"Eineges über den englischen Volkscharakter," undated

 

"An die deutsche Jugend im Weltkriegersjahr 1914," 1914

 

"Ein Jahrtausend bulgarische Geschichte," 1917

 

"Deutsches Gebet. Kanzelrede gehalten am 6 Oktober 1918 in der evangelische reformierten Kirche zu Leipzig," 1918

 

"Die gegenwärtige Völkerkrise im Lichte der Bibel," 1920

 

"Scholz' künstlerische Volks-Bilderbücher. Unsere Feldgrauen," undated

 

"Gottesfriede," 1918

 

"Vaterländische Gesänge und Soldatenlieder," 1914

 

"Der arme Konrad. Kalander für das arbeitende Volk," 1919

 

"Vaterländischer Volkskalender," 1920

 

"Leitfaden zur 9. Kriegsanleihe," 1918

 

"Praktische Ratschläge für die Werbearbeit zur Kriegsanleihe im Heere," 1918

 

"Gedenkschrift. Reiseprüfungen am k. k. Staatsrealgymnasium in Graz im grossen Kriegsjahre 1914-1915," 1915

 

"Das Weissbuch des deutschen Inserenten," undated

 

"Das deutsche Lied 1914," with enclosures, 1914

 

Von der Front, circa 1915

 

Paris. Eine Erinnerung und eine Hoffnung, 1914

Box: 13, 17

Weltkrieg, Subject File, 1914-1921

Scope and Contents note

These materials were organized, numbered, and titled by the original collector, and the order and titles were maintained when placing the materials into folders. Materials separated by size.
Box/Folder 13 : 1

Bargeldloser Zahlungsverkehr, 1916-1919

Box/Folder 13 : 2

Verschiedene Kriegswohltätigkeitsspenden, 1914-1920

Box/Folder 13 : 3

Kriegsausstellungen in Deutschland und Österreich-Ungarn; Kriegsbilder; Kriegskunst Blätter und Gedenkblätter in Kunst, circa 1916-1918

Box/Folder 13 : 4

Kriegsgefangenenwesen und Freigabe derselben: Freigabe deutscher Kriegsgefangenen, circa 1916-1920

Scope and Contents note

Some materials are in French, Russian, and Dutch.
Box/Folder 13 : 5

Programme für Veranstaltungen; Mauerenanschlagen aus den Besetzten Gebiete; Almanache aus der Kriegszeit, 1915-1918

Scope and Contents note

Some materials are also in Lithuanian and Polish.
Box/Folder 13 : 6

Plakate zur Ermahnung und Verwarnung der Soldaten; Militärische Jugenderziehung im Weltkrieg, 1914-1918, undated

Box/Folder 13 : 7

Kriegsreden und Kriegserlasse, 1917-1918, undated

Box/Folder 13 : 8

Lebensmittelversorgung [1 of 3], 1915-1921

Box/Folder 17 : 1

Obstkern, Bucheckern, Eicheln, Laub, et. Sammlungen, 1917-1918, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 2

Amtliche Goldsammlung, 1915-1918

Box/Folder 17 : 3

Metall Ablieferung und Ablieferung von Gegenstanded aus Aluminum, 1917-1918

Box/Folder 17 : 4

Ludendorffe Spende für Kriegsbeschädigte, 1918, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 5

Rotes Kreuz, circa 1914

Box/Folder 17 : 6

Formulare über Beschlangnahmungen während des Weltkrieges, 1914-1917

Box/Folder 17 : 7

Reklame im Krieg, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 8

Mobilmachung und Musterungen, 1915, 1918, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 9

Heimkehr der Truppen in die Garnison nach Kriegsende, circa 1918

Box/Folder 17 : 10

Wissenschaft und Weltkrieg, circa 1915-1918

Box/Folder 17 : 11

Friedensgesellschaften, circa 1914-1920

Box/Folder 17 : 12

Fliegerabwurfschriften, circa 1916-1918

Scope and Contents note

Some materials are in Romanian and French.
Box/Folder 17 : 13

Elsass Lothringische Frage, 1919 April 3

Scope and Contents note

3 April 1919 issue of Der Bund. Some miscellaneous materials were also found inside the newspaper (a bookmark, a postcard, and a slip of paper) which do not appear to be about Elsass Lothringische.
Box/Folder 17 : 14

Kriegsamt (Vaterländische Hilfsdienst), circa 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

An armband that originally was with these materials was moved to the memorabilia box, Box 44.
Box/Folder 17 : 15

Selbstständigkeitserklärung und deutsche Verwaltung Polens, circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

In Polish and Yiddish.
Box/Folder 17 : 16

Die Kirche und Religion im Weltkrieg, circa 1914-1918

Box/Folder 17 : 17-18

Lebensmittelversorgung [2-3 of 3], 1914-1921

Scope and Contents note

Food stamps/ration cards. Some materials are in Slovak.
Box/Folder 17 : 19

Vaterländische Unterricht, circa 1917-1918

Box: 13-18

Revolution, Subject File, 1914, 1917-1920

Scope and Contents note

These materials were organized, numbered, and titled by the original collector, and the order and titles were maintained when placing the materials into folders. Materials separated by size.
Box/Folder 13 : 9

Bekämpfung des Bolschewismus, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 13 : 10

Volksabstimmungen. Abtrennung deutscher Gebietsteile, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 13 : 11

Streikbekämpfung, Hebung der Arbeits Leistung, 1914, 1919-1920, undated

Box/Folder 13 : 12

Aufrufe der deutschen Regierung an das Deutsche Volk, undated

Box/Folder 13 : 13

Jugendbewegung im Revolution, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 1

Propagierung des Rätesystems, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 2

Einigung des Proletariats, circa 1919

Box/Folder 14 : 3

Maifeiern, 1914, 1919-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 4

Reichsbetriebsräte Gesetz und die anschliessende Vorgänge, circa 1920

Box/Folder 14 : 5

Branschbewegung in der Revolution; Werbung von Freiwilligen für Reichswehr und techniche Nothilfe, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 6

Befehlshaber militärischer Formationen; Revolutionäre Bewegung in Berlin; Revolutionäre Bewegung in München, circa 1918-1919

Box/Folder 14 : 7

Revolutionäre Bewegung in Leipzig; Revolutionäre Bewegung in Bremen; Revolutionäre Bewegung in Ruhrenkohlengebiete; Revolutionbewegung in Deutschösterreich, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 8

Hilfsaktion für das notleidende Deutschösterreich; Reklame für Zeitungen in der Revolution; Wiederbeschaffung gestohlenen Heeresguter, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 9

Zwangswirtschaft, freier Handel, Schieber und Wucherthum; Auslieferungsfrage deutscher Heerfuhrer usw.; Erscheinungen der Liga zum Schutze der Deutschen Kultur, circa 1917-1920

Box/Folder 14 : 10

Die Frau und die Wahlen in der Revolution; Die Wahlen zur verfassunggegebenen deutschen Nationalversammlung, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 15 : 1

Wahlen zum ersten deutschen Revolutions-Reichstag, circa 1920

Box/Folder 15 : 2

Wahlen zu den Stadtparlamenten; Dokumente auf alle Wahlen bezuglich; Sowjet Republik München vom Februar bis Ende April 1919, circa 1919

Box/Folder 15 : 3

Gegenrevolution Kapp Lüttwitz im März 1920, 1920

Box/Folder 15 : 4

Kommunistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands; Vereinigte Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands, circa 1919-1921

Box/Folder 15 : 5

Unabhängige Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 15 : 6

Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 16 : 1

Deutsch-Sozialistische Partei; Bayerische Volkspartei und Zentrumspartei, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 16 : 2

Bürgerausschuss, Bürgervereinigungen, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 16 : 3

Verschiedene andere kleine Parteien und Vereinigungen, circa 1918-1920

Scope and Contents note

There is one item that is in Esperanto.
Box/Folder 16 : 4

Deutsche Demokratische Partei, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 16 : 5

Deutsche Volkspartei, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 17 : 20

Friedensschluss von Versailles, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 17 : 21

Auswanderungsfrage, Siedlungsfrage, 1920, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 22

Arbeitslosenwesen, 1919, undated

Box/Folder 17 : 23

Plakatsäulenkampf der Unabhängigen Leipziger Volkszeitung mit dem Leipziger Bürgerausschuss, circa 1919

Box/Folder 17 : 24

Juden in Revolution, circa 1918-1920

Box/Folder 17 : 25

Antisemitische Bewegung, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 18 : 1

Schulreform, Trennung Kirche und Schule Elternbeiräte, circa 1919-1920

Box/Folder 18 : 2

Literatur über und gegen Erzberger, 1919, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 3

Gedenkfeier an den Ausbruch der deutschen Revolution, 1919 November 9

Box/Folder 18 : 4

Sonstige veranstaltungen in der Revolution, 1920

Box/Folder 18 : 5

Kunst und Revolution, 1918-1919

Box/Folder 18 : 6

Revolutionäre Bewegung unter den Eisenbahnern, circa 1919

Box/Folder 18 : 7

Bibliography, "Bibliographie des Ouvrages Publiés en Norvège," undated

Scope and Contents note

"Tracts, brochures, rapports publies en Norvege pendant et depuis la guerre."
Box/Folder 18 : 8

Book, Die Kriegssammlung Theodor Bergmann in Fürth (Bayern), 1920

Box/Folder 18 : 9

Book, Der Luft-Krieg: Luftkrieg/Luftschiffahrt/Flugwesen, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Mit einer Einführung von Major von Parseval, herausgegeben von Paul Béjeuhr. Mit rund 150 photogr. Aufnahmen und Text. Der Gelbe Verlag in Dachau bei München.
Box/Folder 18 : 10

Booklet, "La Acción Social Obrera en Alemania," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Por Robert Schmidt, Miembro del Parlamento Alemán, y J. Giesberts, Secretario del Partido Obrero. 4. edición.
Box/Folder 18 : 11

Booklet, "The Attack in Position Warfare," 1918 October 11

Scope and Contents note

Translation of a German document. From the "Manual of Position Warfare for All Arms, Part 14 (Provisional)." Issued by the Chief of the General Staff of the Field Army.
Box/Folder 18 : 12

Booklet, "Scraps of Paper: German Proclamations in Belgium and France," 1916

Scope and Contents note

With a foreword by Ian Malcolm, M.P. Includes one complete copy (without cover), and one copy of the proclamations without the cover or the foreword. The booklet consists of reproductions of posters and placards posted by the Germans in invaded towns in Belgium and France with translations and commentary.
Box/Folder 18 : 13

Correspondence and postcards, 1915, 1918-1919, undated

Scope and Contents note

"Kirchner's Korrespondenz für Kriegssammler" (1919), notes, and some blank postcards to be used by prisoners of war (in German, French, English and Russian).
Box/Folder 18 : 14

Flyer, "Anzeiger für das Havelland," 1917 January 19

Box/Folder 18 : 15

Flyer, "Bekanntmachung. Das Monopol des Kaufmanns Freitag ist aufgehoben…," 1918 January

Scope and Contents note

In German, Polish, Russian and Yiddish.
Box/Folder 18 : 16

Flyer, "Bekanntmachung. … ist es im Gouvernementsbereich streng verboten, Kuchen irgend welcher Art zu backen," 1916 February 24

Scope and Contents note

In German, Lithuanian and Polish.
Box/Folder 18 : 17

Flyer, "Hüte dich vor Geschlechtskrankheiten!," 1916 January

Scope and Contents note

In German, Lithuanian and Polish.
Box/Folder 18 : 18

Flyer, "Merkblatt für Männer zur Verhütung von Geschlechtskrankheiten," 1916 January

Scope and Contents note

In German, Lithuanian and Polish.
Box/Folder 18 : 19

Graphs, variations in German morale, 1914-1918, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 20

Index, German ration cards, undated

Scope and Contents note

Multiple indices listing and describing different varieties of ration cards in use during World War I.
Box/Folder 18 : 21

Index, Kriegs-Urkunden-Sammlung (Urkunden zur Geschichtsschreibung), undated

Scope and Contents note

Forward and index to "Sammlung der offiziellen Bekanntmachungen und Verordnungen von hohem historischen Wert. Insgesammt 1210 einzelne Urkunden," August 1914 - November 1918.
Box/Folder 18 : 22

Index, Systematische Sammlung der Drucksachen, des Werbematerials und der Plakate zu den 9 deutschen Kriegsanleihen, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 23

Leaflets, Befehle, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Military orders from the German Army.
Box/Folder 18 : 24

Leaflet, "Die Kanzlerrede vom 27. Februar 1917," 1917 February

Box/Folder 18 : 25

Newspapers and clippings, 1914, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes: special editions of the Berliner Lokal-Anzeiger, the Berliner Tageblatt und Handels-Zeitung, and the Neue Zeit Charlottenburger Zeitung (February - October 1918); an edition of the Frankfurter Zeitung from 20 August 1918; clippings of the Kieler Neueste Nachrichten from June 1914; and clippings from Die Grosse Berliner Illustrietre (date unknown).
Box/Folder 18 : 26

Printed matter, Iceland, 1914-1916

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets and newspapers covering battle updates, government food controls, and a published letter from a French surgeon on the battlefield. In Icelandic.
Box/Folder 18 : 27

Programs, entertainment at British G.H.Q., 1919

Scope and Contents note

Consists of four programs from concerts and revues put on at British General Headquarters in Montreuil-sur-Mer, France.
Box/Folder 19 : 1

Booklet, "Boi na Fokshanskom napravlenii s 24 iiulia po 1-e avgusta 1917 goda," 1917

Box/Folder 19 : 2

Booklet, "Nashi ranenyye," undated

Scope and Contents note

Fold-out booklet featuring illustrations of a wounded soldier's journey from the battlefield to the hospital and his recovery. Includes text in Russian on the backs of the illustrations.
Box/Folder 19 : 3

Booklet, Russian newspaper editorials at the outbreak of the war, undated

Scope and Contents note

Typed compilation of Russian newspaper editorials from July 1914. Newspapers include Novoie Vremia, Russkia Vikdomosti, Riech, and Russkoie Slovo. In English.
Box/Folder 19 : 4

Calendars, 1918, 1923

Scope and Contents note

Two calendars: one page-a-day tear-off calendar from 1918; and one page-a-day tear-off calendar from 1923 with pages starting in December and a photograph of a man glued above it.
Box/Folder 19 : 5

Collected materials, "Istoricheskie materialy o deĭstviiakh VII artilleriiskogo korpusa i 13-oĭ pekhotnoĭ divizii," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Imperial military documents. Includes reports of military actions and maps, largely from 1915-1917, with some maps from earlier dates.
Box/Folder 19 : 6

Images, war scenes and officers, undated

Scope and Contents note

Captioned images (illustrations and reprints of photographs/portraits) of scenes from the battlefield and military officers. Captions are in Russian.
Box/Folder 19 : 7

Military documents, orders, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Consists of orders for the Russian army from June to July of 1917.
Box/Folder 19 : 8

Military documents, reports, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Consists of reports of various regiments of the Russian army, with accompanying maps, covering the period of June to July of 1917.
Box/Folder 19 : 9

Photographs, family portraits, circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

Three studio portraits, presumably of a family: a man in military garb, a seated woman, and a little girl.
Box/Folder 19 : 10

Postcards, undated

Scope and Contents note

Blank picture postcards produced by Union Postale Universelle, mostly in Russian.
Box/Folder 19 : 11

Postcard, "Karta Europy v litsach v nachale voiny," 1914

Scope and Contents note

Front features colored illustration of Europe with each country as a face/person; back features Russian text as well as a handwritten message.
Box: 19-20

War Effort on the United States Home Front, Printed Matter, 1915-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes materials related to the United War Work Campaign, rationing, and general effects of the war in the United States.
Box/Folder 19 : 12

Booklet, "The Answer to the Call," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Jewish Welfare Board as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 13

Booklet, "Control and Distribution of Food Supplies," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Text of a 19 June 1917 hearing before the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Sixty-Fifth Congress, First Session, relative to S. 2463. The text of the bill, S. 2463, is also included.
Box/Folder 19 : 14

Booklet, "Every Girl Pulling for Victory," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Booklet encouraging girls to enroll with The Victory Girls and pledge five dollars towards the work of seven organizations (Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., National Catholic War Council - Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfare Board, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association, and the Salvation Army) as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 15

Booklet, "How Boys Can Earn Money," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Booklet encouraging boys to enroll with The Victory Boys and pledge five dollars towards the work of seven organizations (Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., National Catholic War Council - Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfare Board, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association, and the Salvation Army) as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 16

Booklet, "How Uncle Sam's Girl Detectives Help Former Service Men: Some of the Difficult Problems Met and Solved in the Bureau of War Risk Insurance," circa 1920

Box/Folder 19 : 17

Booklet, "Organization of War Transportation Control," 1918 August

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Railroad Committee, Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Includes a chart of the organization of the United States Railroad Administration and other war transportation agencies, as well as the function and personnel of each division, section and committee of the Railroad Administration.
Box/Folder 19 : 18

Booklet, "Report on Activities of the Y.M.C.A. with the A.E.F.," 1919 May

Box/Folder 19 : 19

Booklet, "Service Under Fire! The Knights of Columbus," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published by the National Catholic War Council, Knights of Columbus as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 20

Booklet, "State Co-operation in the Efficient National Regulation of Railroads," 1917 October 27

Scope and Contents note

"Information for Employes [sic] and the Public, published by The Pennsylvania Railroad System." Reprint of an address given by Samuel Rea at the annual meeting of the National Association of Railroad Commissioners.
Box/Folder 19 : 21

Booklet, "This Is the Hut the 'Y' Built!," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published by the National War Work Council of the Y.M.C.A. as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 22

Booklet, "War Service in the home," 1917 November

Scope and Contents note

Published by the United States Food Administration.
Box/Folder 19 : 23

Booklet, "What Your Money Is Doing for Your Boys," 1918

Scope and Contents note

"A Bird's-eye View of the Work of the Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., National Catholic War Council - Knights of Columbus, Jewish Welfare Board, War Camp Community Service, American Library Association, Salvation Army." Published as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 19 : 24

Correspondence, Famous Author's [sic] Confederation, 1915 February 10

Scope and Contents note

Letter to newspaper editor requesting publication of a series of war stories.
Box/Folder 19 : 25

Correspondence, Service Flag Stamps, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Form letter from Capital Sales Company advertising Service Flag Stamps and enclosing a sample advertising circular as well as a sample booklet of stamps.
Box/Folder 19 : 26

Correspondence, United War Work Campaign, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Letters to newspaper editors regarding the Campaign and publication of related articles.
Box/Folder 19 : 27

Flyer, "Shortage of Paper Material - Save Your Waste Paper and Rags," 1916

Box/Folder 19 : 28

Leaflet, "Do You Know Corn Meal? Its Use Means Service to Your Country, Nourishing Food for You," 1917

Scope and Contents note

United States Food Leaflet No. 2, published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food Administration.
Box/Folder 19 : 29

Leaflet, "From the 'Y' for the boys who fight for you," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 20 : 1

Leaflet, "How Girls Can Earn Money," circa 1918

Box/Folder 20 : 2

Leaflet, "The Work of War Camp Community Service," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published as part of the United War Work Campaign.
Box/Folder 20 : 3

Leaflets, food rationing and substitutions, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Produced by The Women's Municipal League of Boston, these leaflets offer food substitutions and recipes to assist with the war effort. Topics include "Corn Products," "Oils and Substitute Fats," "Are You Eating Sea Food?," "Preservation of Eggs in Water Glass," "Use These Instead of Cane Sugar," "Cereals," "Meat Substitutes," and "Milk as a Food."
Box/Folder 20 : 4

Newspaper clipping, New Haven Register, "Save Ice!," 1919 July 5

Box/Folder 20 : 5

Postcard, "What Will Five Dollars Do?," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Informational postcard about the Victory Boys and Victory Girls, published as part of the United War Work Campaign. Back side of the postcard includes "Official Pledge" to be filled out, agreeing to "earn and give" money to the campaign.
Box/Folder 20 : 6

Poster, "A Girl From This Home Has Enrolled in the Victory Girls to Earn and Give to Make Our Fighters Fit," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published as part of the United War Work Campaign, presumably for display in a window.
Box/Folder 20 : 7

Poster, Third Liberty Loan Subscriber, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Two copies of a poster for Third Liberty Loan subscribers to display in their home windows. Also included is a flyer urging people to hold onto their Liberty Bonds and not sell them.
Box/Folder 20 : 8

Press release, California Women's Committee of the Councils of National and State Defense, 1918 July 26

Box/Folder 20 : 9

Press release, Division of Women's Activities, Department of Justice, 1920 March 19

Scope and Contents note

Consists of a series of recipes to be published which advocate the use of less expensive cuts of meat.
Box/Folder 20 : 10

Press releases, United States Fuel Administration - coal, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Cover letters and statements from Albert E. Schwabacher, Federal Fuel Administrator for California, about distribution and use of coal.
Box/Folder 20 : 11

Press release, United States Fuel Administration - window glass, 1918 March 1

Scope and Contents note

An announcement by Albert E. Schwabacher, Federal Fuel Administrator for California, about an order limiting the use of fuel for the production of window glass in the United States. The text of the regulation is also included.
Box: 20-21

Recruiting, Registration, and Enlistment in the United States, Printed Matter, 1905-1920

Box/Folder 20 : 12

Booklet, "Detailed Information About the Army, Navy and Marines; Also, Drill Regulations," circa 1917

Box/Folder 20 : 13

Booklet, "Experience of a Recruit in the United States Army," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Written by C.C. Lyon, a reporter for the Columbus, Ohio Citizen, who "joined" the Army in order to learn and write about the training and life of a soldier.
Box/Folder 20 : 14

Booklet, "Registration Regulations," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Prescribed by the President under authority of the Act of Congress approved May 18, 1917.
Box/Folder 20 : 15

Booklet, "Sea Training: Join the United States Shipping Board and See the World," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Issued by the United States Shipping Board Recruiting Service, Seattle, Washington.
Box/Folder 20 : 16

Booklet, "The United States Needs Skilled Engineers in France," 1918 February 1

Box/Folder 20 : 17

Booklet, "United States Service Primer," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Book 2, Marine Corps Educational Series. Published by the Marine Corps Publicity Bureau.
Box/Folder 20 : 18

Booklet, "When He Came Home," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Written by Albert Payson Terhune and originally published in T he Saturday Evening Post, the story was reprinted by the Publicity Bureau for the U.S. Army Recruiting Service.
Box/Folder 20 : 19

Booklet, "Who Am I?," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Published by the U.S. Marine Corps.
Box/Folder 20 : 20

Correspondence, Bureau of Registration, 1917 June

Scope and Contents note

Two letters, dated June 5 and June 10, 1917, from the State of California Bureau of Registration to county officials, regarding instructions for military registration.
Box/Folder 20 : 21

Correspondence, Fort Oglethorpe Training Camp, 1917 October 4

Scope and Contents note

Letter from the Headquarters of Fort Oglethorpe Training Camp in Georgia to the Chairman for the Local Board, Division 6 in San Francisco, California, informing him that a resident of his district is a member of the Camp, and thus not subject to draft.
Box/Folder 20 : 22

Correspondence, instructions for registrars, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Largely from the County Council of Defense (San Francisco, California), this consists of letters sent to registrars with instructions on completing registration, as well as signs to be posted and examples of forms to be filled out.
Box/Folder 20 : 23

Correspondence, Post Office Department, 1917, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes two letters, dated 25 April 1917, to a postmaster, informing him of his duties to assist as a recruiting officer and to report suspicious characters or treasonous acts. With these letters is a form to fill out, Obligation as Recruiting Agent, as well as a copy of the Order of the Postmaster General of 9 April 1917 (which references the Acts of June 3 and August 2, 1916 and the use of the services of postmasters). There is also a follow-up letter requesting that the Obligation, which had not yet been returned, be signed promptly and sent back. In addition, there is an instruction sheet regarding mail for the U.S. Army in Europe (28 July 1917) and a message regarding the acceptance of orders for Army foodstuffs (20 September 1919).
Box/Folder 20 : 24

Correspondence, Recruiting Service, 1917-1920

Scope and Contents note

Consists of correspondence, sent largely by the Army Recruiting Service in San Francisco, to local newspapers requesting that they publish particular stories.
Box/Folder 20 : 25

Flyer, "Aviation: You May Enlist or Re-enlist," undated

Box/Folder 20 : 26

Flyer, "An Excellent Opportunity: Obtain an Appointment to the United States Military Academy," undated

Box/Folder 20 : 27

Flyer, "Men Wanted for Quartermaster Corps," 1917 November 15

Box/Folder 20 : 28

Flyer, "U.S. Marine Corps," undated

Scope and Contents note

This recruiting flyer urges men to enlist, lists what the training and service will give them, and gives the location of a recruiting service in San Francisco, California.
Box/Folder 20 : 29

Flyer, "The United States Army as a Career (An Example Worth Following)," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from a San Francisco Examiner article from 23 April 1916.
Box/Folder 20 : 30

Form, Application for Examination for Commission or Warrant in the United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917

Box/Folder 20 : 31

Form, Application to Enlist, 1905-1908

Scope and Contents note

Completed applications for joining Company "A" Fifth Infantry, Second Brigade, National Guard of California.
Box/Folder 20 : 32

Form, Application to Enlist, 1909-1914

Scope and Contents note

Completed applications for joining Company "A" Fifth Infantry, Second Brigade, National Guard of California.
Box/Folder 20 : 33

Form, Local Board authorizations, undated

Scope and Contents note

Blank copies of Form 1016-P.M.G.O. (notification that a delinquent individual ordered to report has reported), Form 1022-P.M.G.O. (authorizing an individual's request for transfer of physical examination), and Form 1023-P.M.G.O. (authorizing an individual's request for transfer of classification).
Box/Folder 20 : 34

Form, Notice of Call and to Appear for Physical Examination, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Completed copies of Form No. 103 from the Local Board for Division No. 6 and 9, City of San Francisco, State of California.
Box/Folder 20 : 35

Form, Notice of Claim and Claim of Appeal by Person Certified to District Board, circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Blank copies of Form No. 151, Notice of Claim of Appeal by Person Certified to District Board and Form No. 153, Claim of Appeal by Person Certified to District Board.
Box/Folder 20 : 36

Form, Notice of Classification, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Two completed copies and one blank copy of Form 1005-P.M.G.O.
Box/Folder 20 : 37

Form, Order to Report for Military Duty, 1917

Scope and Contents note

One completed and one blank copy of Form No. 164 C.
Box/Folder 20 : 38

Form, Qualification Record, undated

Scope and Contents note

Two blank copies of this form, No. CCP-1-1000M-9-17, to be filled out with background information about employment, education, and other relevant information.
Box/Folder 20 : 39

Form, Questionnaire: Claim for Exemption or Deferred Classification, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Blank copies of this questionnaire, Form 1001-P.M.G.O. Also included are: a notice urging men to fill out the questionnaire as soon as it is received; P.MG.O. Form 1001-d (Key List of Occupations); and an explanatory memorandum to be inserted in the questionnaire.
Box/Folder 20 : 40

Form, Registration Cards and Certificates, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

One completed copy and multiple blank copies of the Registration Card, Form 1, as well as completed Registration Certificates, P.M.G.O Form No. 68.
Box/Folder 20 : 41

Form, Report of Physical Examination, circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Mostly blank copy of Form 1010-P.M.G.O.; lines for place have been filled in with "Jackson, Cal."
Box/Folder 20 : 42

Form, Sacramento Bee Ballot on National Military Training, circa 1916

Box/Folder 20 : 43

Form, Summarization Blank, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Completed forms for Amador County, California, from each of its five Supervisor Districts, plus a form for the entire county. There are also blank copies of the form, as well as one partially filled out copy. It appears the form was used to indicate registration of citizens and declarants from countries with which the United States was not at war, as well as aliens and alien enemies, with columns to indicate specific types of exemptions, non-exemptions, and totals.
Box/Folder 20 : 44

Leaflet, "Air Service, U.S. Army," undated

Box/Folder 20 : 45

Leaflet, "Bulletin" [clarifications to Selective Service Act], 1917 May 24

Scope and Contents note

Includes clarifications and corrections to the Selective Service Act of 18 May 1917, issued by the War Department.
Box/Folder 20 : 46

Leaflet, "Bulletin of Information for Persons Registered," 1917

Box/Folder 20 : 47

Leaflet, "A Letter to the Major General Commandant of the United States Marine Corps from an Ex-Marine," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Published by the United States Marine Corps Recruiting Publicity Bureau, this leaflet reprints a 3 June 1914 letter from Joseph S. Eichelberger to Major-General George Barnett, Commandant of the United States Marine Corps praising the Marine Corps and what it did for him.
Box/Folder 20 : 48

Leaflet, "A Man-o'-Warsman," 1914 September 1

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Publicity Bureau of the United States Navy Recruiting Service.
Box/Folder 20 : 49

Leaflet, "The Ordnance Department of the United States Army: What It Is, How to Enlist," undated

Box/Folder 20 : 50

Leaflet, "Patriotic Americans! Your first duty is to the Constitution…," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Leaflet urging Americans to refuse to register for the draft.
Box/Folder 21 : 1

Leaflet, Selective Service Act, 1917 May

Scope and Contents note

Text of the act, which authorizes the President to "increase temporarily the Military Establishment of the United States."
Box/Folder 21 : 2

Leaflet, Service in the Signal Corps, United States Army, 1917

Box/Folder 21 : 3

Leaflet, "The Soldier's Opportunity," circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

Originally written for the "Army and Navy News" by Colonel H.O.S. Heistand, then reprinted for use by Army Recruiting.
Box/Folder 21 : 4

Leaflet, "Special Orders, No. 247," 1918 October 23

Scope and Contents note

Published by Headquarters, Western Department, naming individuals ordered into active service.
Box/Folder 21 : 5

Leaflet, "Third Series of Training Camps," 1917 October 1

Box/Folder 21 : 6

Leaflet, "United States Army Recruiting Circular," 1915 May 28

Scope and Contents note

Circular No. 1, providing instructions to govern recruiting for the Army.
Box/Folder 21 : 7

Leaflet, "What the Army Did for This Man," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Includes a brief biography of Sergeant John J. Fitzgerald, retired, as well as brief descriptions about what the Army is and what it offers, with specific information about the various types of educational and vocational training offered.
Box/Folder 21 : 8

List, "Men Inducted Into the Service - San Francisco," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

List of names and addresses of San Francisco, California residents who were inducted into the service. Includes lists for Local Exemption Board Division Number Six, Number Eight, and Number Eleven.
Box/Folder 21 : 9

List, "Men Ordered to Report to This Local Board for Military Duty," 1917 November

Scope and Contents note

Two lists from the Local Board for the County of Amador, California. Each only has the name of one individual ordered to report and be transported to the Mobilization Camp at Camp Lewis, Washington. One list was sent on to the Local Board for Butte County, as the registrant had moved to that jurisdiction.
Box/Folder 21 : 10

List, "Registration Lists - Amador County," 1917 June

Scope and Contents note

List of names of Amador County, California residents who registered for military service on June 5, 1917. Includes lists for Supervisor District Number One (Jackson), Number Four (Sutter Creek), and Number Five (Amador City - though there is a handwritten note indicating that it is also District Number Four).
Box/Folder 21 : 11

Postcard, War Registration Board, 1917 June 29

Scope and Contents note

Postcard from the Headquarters of the War Registration Board in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, inviting men who registered for military service to participate in a parade and reception on 4 July 1917.
Box/Folder 21 : 12

Poster, "By the President of the United States of America: A Proclamation," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes the text of a public resolution, approved by the President on 20 May 1918, regarding military registration. Written in at the top and bottom of the poster is the address of the local registration location.
Box/Folder 21 : 13

Poster, "Men Wanted for the United States Army," circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

Two versions of the poster: one says "Men Wanted Under 35 Years of Age," and the other says "Men Wanted Between 18 and 35 Years of Age."
Box/Folder 21 : 14

Poster, "Military Registration, June 5," 1917

Scope and Contents note

In English, Hungarian, French, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Hindi, Greek, Czech, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, German, and Yiddish.
Box/Folder 21 : 15

Poster, "An Official Appeal to Loyal Americans: Enlist Now, Your President Calls You," circa 1917

Box/Folder 21 : 16

Poster, "Our President's Proclamation and Appeal to All Loyal Americans," circa 1917

Box/Folder 21 : 17

Poster, "Proclamation! Citizens of Sacramento: You are going to enlist!," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Urges men to consider the Marines when selecting a branch of the military to enlist it.
Box/Folder 21 : 18

Poster, "Why Do We Fight Germany?," 1917 June

Scope and Contents note

Text of an address by Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior, given on 4 June 1917 before the Home Club of the Interior Department, Washington, D.C.
Box/Folder 21 : 19

Poster, "Young Men Wanted for the United States Army," undated

Box/Folder 21 : 20

Press releases, United States Army Recruiting News Service, 1919-1920

Scope and Contents note

From the San Francisco, California Recruiting District.
Box/Folder 21 : 21

Press releases, United States Shipping Board, 1919-1920

Box/Folder 21 : 22

Rosters, San Francisco men, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes rosters (with names, addresses, and occupations) for various companies/units of the army that were made up of men from San Francisco.
Box/Folder 21 : 23

Typescript, "Air Service Calls for Men," circa 1919

Box/Folder 21 : 24

Typescript, "The Army Offers You...," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Numbered list of 25 perks/opportunities.
Box/Folder 21 : 25

Typescript, "General Recruiting Information," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Also includes a list of "21 reasons why a man should enlist."
Box/Folder 21 : 26

Typescript, "Join the Peace Time Army, Learn a Trade," undated

Box/Folder 21 : 27

Typescript, "Notice to Male Citizens and Aliens to Register on June 5th, 1917," 1917 May 23

Scope and Contents note

From the Amador County Council of Defense, in accordance with the Proclamations of the President and of the Governor of California. There is a second copy of the notice in Italian.
Box/Folder 21 : 28

Typescript, "Policy of the War Department with Reference to the Disposal of Draft Deserters and Delinquents," circa 1920

Box/Folder 21 : 29

Typescript, "Some of the Advantages of an Enlistment in the Army," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Also includes a question-and-answer section with questions asked by men applying at Recruiting Stations.
Box/Folder 21 : 30

Typescript, Western Union telegrams, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Typed copies of telegrams sent to an Army Recruiting Officer in San Francisco, California, authorizing recruitment of applicants for Infantry, Coast Artillery, Engineers, Signal Corps, and Medical Department in the Panama, Hawaiian and Philippine departments (10 April 1919); acceptance of qualified applicants for the Quartermaster Corps in the Philippine Department (11 April 1919); and a deadline for enlistment for service in the American Expeditionary Forces, France (25 June 1919).
Box/Folder 21 : 31

Advertisements, miscellaneous, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 32

Announcement cards, miscellaneous, 1917, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes announcements about: a price increase at a restaurant; the mailing address for the United States Army, Western Department, San Francisco; an attorney resuming his practice; and safety suggestions for Moore Shipbuilding Company.
Box/Folder 21 : 33

Booklet, "Army Song Book, U.S.," 1918

Scope and Contents note

"For free distribution to all Officers and Men in the Army." Issued by the War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities and compiled with the assistance of the National Committee on Army and Navy Camp Music.
Box/Folder 21 : 34

Booklet, "Company B, 29th Engineers, American Expeditionary Forces," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Contains a brief statement about Company B, a roster of the company and the 447th Depot Detachment Engineers, which was attached to Company B, and copies of orders on which the company traveled from Camp Devens to Langres.
Box/Folder 21 : 35

Booklet, "Company 'I,' 3rd Battalion, 29th Engineers, 1918-1919," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Contains a history and roster of the company.
Box/Folder 21 : 36

Booklet, "Defense Against Gas," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Official A.E.F. No. 1433, G-5.
Box/Folder 21 : 37

Booklet, "Ephemeris of the Sun and Stars for the Year 1919," 1918

Scope and Contents note

General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces. Compiled by Lt. Col. C.H. Birdseye, C.A.C.
Box/Folder 21 : 38

Booklet, "How to be a Soldier: A compendium of useless information," 1917

Box/Folder 21 : 39

Booklet, "Infantry Regulations (Provisional), American Expeditionary Forces. Part 1," 1918

Box/Folder 21 : 40

Booklet, "Instructions on the Defensive Action of Large Units in Battle," 1918 November

Scope and Contents note

A.E.F. No. 265, G-5. Translated from the French Edition of December 20, 1917, at General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces, France, March, 1918. Reprinted November, 1918.
Box/Folder 22 : 1

Booklet, "Methods for the Computation of Triangulation on the Grid System," 1919

Scope and Contents note

"A resume of lectures by Captain P. Ardon of the French Mission and 1st Lieut. Earl Church, 29th Engineers, U.S. Army, supplemented by results of studies and investigations by the Department of Computation and Triangulation, 1st Battalion, 29th Engineers."
Box/Folder 22 : 2

Booklet, "Notes on Branch Intelligence," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Issued by Second Section, General Staff, American Expeditionary Forces, 1 November 1918.
Box/Folder 22 : 3

Certificate, National Guard of California honorable discharge, 1915 December 3

Scope and Contents note

For Eugene G. Lettermida(?).
Box/Folder 22 : 4

Correspondence, Boy Scouts of America, 1919 May

Scope and Contents note

Letters and leaflet about Boy Scout Week, 8-14 June 1919.
Box/Folder 22 : 5

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Consists of letters and postcards, including "An acknowledgment of thanks from a Soldier at the Front."
Box/Folder 22 : 6

Correspondence, National Freight Bureau, 1920 April

Scope and Contents note

Form letter offering the Bureau's services for auditing freight bills and recovering overcharges.
Box/Folder 22 : 7

Drawing, Cylindrical Percussion Hand Grenade "Wilhelm," Figure 6, undated

Box/Folder 22 : 8

Drawing, Rifle Grenade, Model 1913, Figure 13, undated

Box/Folder 22 : 9

Drawing, Rifle Grenade, Model 1917, Figure 15, undated

Box/Folder 22 : 10

Forms, miscellaneous, 1917, 1921, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes: blank copy of Service Record Form No. 29 A.G.O. (1917); blank copy of Individual Clothing Slip Q.M.C. Form No. 165, to be used by a soldier or organization commander and submitted to the quartermaster to request various items of clothing; blank copy of Mileage Voucher War Department Form No. 337; blank copy of Pay Allotment Q.M.C. Form 38, to be used by a soldier to allot a portion of his monthly pay to an individual; copy of Circular Proposal Inviting Bids Q.M.C. Form No. 119 (1921), for the S.F. General Intermediate Depot, Quartermaster Section, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA, request for bids for miscellaneous supplies.
Box/Folder 22 : 11

Image, joint resolution of Congress declaring war on Germany, 1917 April 6

Scope and Contents note

Photostat copy of the resolution, which was signed by Champ Clark (the Speaker of the House of Representatives), Thomas R. Marshall (the Vice President of the United States and President of the Senate), and Woodrow Wilson (the President of the United States).
Box/Folder 22 : 12

Labels, food wrappers, undated

Scope and Contents note

One label is from candy "manufactured from sugar allotted to us by the citizens of the State of Arkansas," and the other is from hard bread made by the National Biscuit Company for the U.S. Army.
Box/Folder 22 : 13

Leaflet, "America's Greatest Ace: Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, author of 'Fighting the Flying Circus,'" 1919

Scope and Contents note

This leaflet provides some background information about Rickenbacker and his book.
Box/Folder 22 : 14

Leaflets, European aid, 1918, 1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes leaflets published by the Serbian Relief Society of California, Jugoslav Relief (based in Chicago, Illinois), the California Committee for Relief in Serbia and France, and the National Allied Relief Committee.
Box/Folder 22 : 15

Leaflet, "An Experienced Friend Abroad," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Leaflet addressed to soldiers detailing the services American Express can provide for them while they are in Europe.
Box/Folder 22 : 16

Leaflet, "Extracts from Letters from France," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published by the United States Forest Service for California, this leaflet includes portions of letters from: the American Expeditionary Forces, Division of Construction and Forestry; Arthur N. Davis' account of "The Kaiser as I knew Him for Fourteen Years," from the 10 August 1918 San Francisco Chronicle; Co. F, 10th Engineers, A.E.F.; a lumberman with the "Lumberjack" regiment; Lieutenant Gimbal, published in the 30 November 1918 Sacramento Bee, discussing forestry and timber in the war.
Box/Folder 22 : 17

Leaflets, House of Representatives bills, 1919 December 12

Scope and Contents note

Text of bills introduced in the House of Representatives, 66th Congress, Second Session. Includes H.R. 11117, "A bill defining sedition, the promoting thereof, providing punishment therefor, and for other purposes;" H.R. 11205, "A bill providing for the exclusion, deportation, and expulsion from the United States of certain aliens, and for other purposes;" and H.R. 11231, "A bill defining criminal syndicalism and sabotage, proscribing certain acts and methods in connection therewith and in pursuance thereof, and providing penalties and punishments therefor." All three bills were introduced by Mr. John E. Raker, a representative from California.
Box/Folder 22 : 18

Leaflet, "Jews in the Czecho-Slovak State," 1919 January

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Bohemian (Czech) National Alliance of America in response to an editorial about Jews in Bohemia that appeared in the Chicago Evening American on 28 December 1918.
Box/Folder 22 : 19

Leaflet, "Keeping Fit," 1918 October

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlet No. 12, issued by the Bureau of Social Hygiene, California State Board of Health in cooperation with the Department of the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education.
Box/Folder 22 : 20

Leaflet, "Patriotism," 1915 May 28

Scope and Contents note

Bulletin No. 81, published by the International Information Bureau.
Box/Folder 22 : 21

Leaflet, "Popular Government and Universal Training," circa 1919

Box/Folder 22 : 22

Leaflet, "Printers' Ink," circa 1920

Scope and Contents note

Published by the American Press Association, this particular issue discusses country newspapers and advertising therein.
Box/Folder 22 : 23

Leaflet, Seventy-Five table lamp, circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Advertising description of the shade designed by Franklin Booth for a Seventy-Five table lamp, made by Snead and Company from artillery shells that survived an explosion at a Morgan, N.J. armaments plant. In addition to lauding the artistic nature of the lamp shade, it also states that Booth drew inspiration from "Grass," by John J. Ingalls (a former senator from Kansas), and this is printed on the reverse side.
Box/Folder 22 : 24

Leaflet, "A Study of the Cost of Living," 1919 April 19

Scope and Contents note

By Katherine Philips Edison, Executive Officer, Industrial Welfare Commission, State of California.
Box/Folder 22 : 25

Leaflet, "U.S. Immigration Service Bulletin," 1919 March 1

Scope and Contents note

Includes sections on "Amendments to Chinese Rules," "Proposed Immigration Legislation," and "Immigration Statistics for January, 1919."
Box/Folder 22 : 26

Leaflet, "Victory Medal Circular," 1920 May 20

Scope and Contents note

Circular No. 188, published by the War Department, covering "Issue of Victory Medal, battle clasps, and clasps, for service in the World War."
Box/Folder 22 : 27

Leaflet, "Virginia Health Bulletin," 1919 September

Scope and Contents note

Volume XI, No. 6, about the flu and how to prevent it.
Box/Folder 22 : 28

List, "'Honor List' of Unofficial War Photographs," 1919 April 10

Scope and Contents note

Photographs "selected on the basis of historical significance, human interest and artistic merit by Major Kendall Banning, Pictorial Section, Historical Branch, War Plans Division, General Staff." Only the list, not the photographs themselves, is included, though the list contains a description of the photographs.
Box/Folder 22 : 29

List, "Vote in Congress on the Final Passage of the Joint Resolution Declaring War on Germany," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Two lists (one for the Senate, one for the House of Representatives), indicating by last name the Yeas, Nays, and Abstainments for the vote.
Box/Folder 22 : 30

Lyrics and poetry/creative writing, miscellaneous, 1915, 1918-1919

Box/Folder 22 : 31

Membership applications and subscriptions, miscellaneous, 1916-1919, undated

Box/Folder 22 : 32

Menu, Thanksgiving, Company I, 29th Engineers, 1918 November 28

Scope and Contents note

As well as a menu for the Thanksgiving meal, the reverse side of the card features a roster of G-2-C-First U.S. Army, with the names and hometowns of the members of the company.
Box/Folder 22 : 33

Newspaper clippings, The New York Times, "President Wilson's Speech in Baltimore," 1918 April 7

Box/Folder 22 : 34

Postcards, "Scraps of Paper. German Proclamations: Bills Posted in Belgium and France," circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

Text on postcards is in English and in French. See also: Booklet in Box 18, Folder 12.
Box/Folder 22 : 35

Press release, Federal Trade Commission - packer legislation, 1919 August

Scope and Contents note

Article written by Hugh McIsaac, Washington newspaperman, about pending legislation to regulate the packers and the arguments for and against it.
Box/Folder 22 : 36

Press releases, miscellaneous, circa 1919-1920

Scope and Contents note

Also includes some correspondence sent to newspaper editors.
Box/Folder 22 : 37

Printed matter, Army and Navy insignia, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Included in this folder are two undated newspaper clippings about Navy insignia ("Naval Officers' Sleeve Ranking Devices" and "What U.S. Navy Officers' Shoulder Marks Mean"), a 1917 booklet titled "Army and Navy Insignia," and a 1918 monthly tear-away calendar mounted on an illustrated sheet titled "Insignia of the United States Army and Navy."
Box/Folder 22 : 38

Printed matter, British recruiting in North America, circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes forms and applications, as well as flyers urging British men in North America to enlist.
Box/Folder 22 : 39

Printed matter, Central Officers Training School, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a memorandum of information, correspondence, and a blank application for admission.
Box/Folder 22 : 40

Printed matter, examination for commission as Provisional Second Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, Regular Army, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes a memo regarding the examination and its requirements; a letter responding to a request for information about the examination, which provides the date of the examination and what subjects will be covered; and a form to be filled out by an applicant for the appointment.
Box/Folder 22 : 41

Printed matter, France, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a drawing (clipped from a newspaper), booklets, leaflets, a hotel bill, ticket stubs, forms, and stationery.
Box/Folder 22 : 42

Printed matter, hospitals, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

This folder consists of items relating to U.S. Army Field Hospital #13 in Einville, France and a German prisoner of war who was treated there; as well as items relating to base hospitals in France and the treatment of a Lieutenant Ernest Gorman.
Box/Folder 22 : 43

Printed matter, investing, 1917-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence from banks and a corporation about investment opportunities (bonds, foreign exchange).
Box/Folder 22 : 44

Printed matter, readjustment and placement of returning soldiers, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes leaflets, correspondence, rosters, and press releases.
Box/Folder 22 : 45

Printed matter, Swift & Company, 1918, 1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes a newspaper clipping from The Chicago Tribune, 27 February 1918, "Swift Replies to Heney: Packer Says Attorney Seeks Political Glory; Calls Packers Patriotic;" and a financial statement for the year ended 1 November 1919, as submitted to the 35th Annual Meeting of Shareholders, 8 January 1920.
Box/Folder 23 : 1

Printed matter, troop transport, 1917-1918, 1921

Scope and Contents note

Includes a newspaper clipping about President Wilson's 4 December 1918 trip to France aboard the steamship George Washington; instructions for troops aboard the U.S.S. Northern Pacific; blank issue slips for U.S. Army Transport; materials from the U.S.S. America, including a holiday card, a Christmas booklet, and blank stationery; an issue of The Sapper, published on a U.S. transport; issues of the U.S. Navy Press from May 1918; and a 3 February 1921 circular advertisement from the Transportation Service for the sale of floating equipment.
Box/Folder 23 : 2

Printed matter, United Kingdom, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a booklet, a hotel bill and notice, and ticket stubs.
Box/Folder 23 : 3

Printed matter, Visalia Stock Saddle Company, 1917-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence related to the war effort and providing equipment; a proposal for supplies or services; inquiries for quotations from the Office of the Director of Purchase, United States Army, Clothing and Equipment; and Bureau of the Census materials relating to the production of leather goods. With the inquiries for quotations are two drawings related to the requested items: McClellan saddle, model of 1904; and cavalry bridle, model of 1909, curb and snaffle-bits, model of 1909, and curb chain, model of 1912.
Box/Folder 23 : 4

Programs and invitations/tickets, miscellaneous, circa 1918-1919

Box/Folder 23 : 5

Receipts and packing slips, miscellaneous, circa 1918-1919

Box/Folder 23 : 6

Report, American Commission to Negotiate Peace, 1919 August 22

Scope and Contents note

S.H. Bulletin No. 756: Report by the British Admiralty on the scuttling of the German Fleet at Scapa Flow, 27 June 1919.
Box/Folder 23 : 7

Reports, Second Army Radio Press, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Issued daily by Radio Office, 2nd Army, 1st Lt. J.A. Zimmermann, Radio Officer. The bulletins are from France, on March 5th, 6th, 9th, and 11th and April 3rd, 1919.
Box/Folder 23 : 8

Reports, "Summary of Intelligence," 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

From the 32nd Division, A.E.F., Second Section, G.S., Series "F," Nos. 39 - 44. Includes sections on "General Impression of the Day," "Enemy Order of Battle," "Enemy Movements," "Enemy Morale," "Political Situation," "Economic Situation," "Observation of the Armistice," "Population of the Newly Occupied Territory," "Released Prisoners of War," and "Miscellaneous." It would appear that this Division was stationed somewhere in Germany.
Box/Folder 23 : 9

Stationery, miscellaneous, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes blank postcards and stationery.
Box/Folder 23 : 10

Typescript, "The Masonic Club and Its Activities During the World War," 1919 April

Scope and Contents note

Narrative of the experiences of the San Francisco, California Masonic Club.
Box/Folder 23 : 11

Typescripts, miscellaneous, 1913, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Job Order" and "Weekly Report of Repairs" forms for the U.S.S. Justin; United States Government Insurance Information Bulletin No. 1, Revised; Notice of Goods for Sale (food items; according to a handwritten note the list was posted in a Nevada City post office); page of a report on inductions in Amador County, California; a page from a report on the 4th Division's war experience; and two pages that seem to relate to a visit by President Wilson (consisting of a list of individuals present, as well as an annotated list of automobile assignments).
Box/Folder 23 : 12

Typescripts, Waban Gazette, 1919 November

Scope and Contents note

According to a handwritten note, this was published on board the S.S. Waban (a former United States Navy steamer that became a mercantile ship) as it was crossing the Pacific. Some pages are missing.
Box/Folder 23 : 13

Miscellany, circa 1918-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes a special pass from Air Service Flying School in San Diego, California; print of a drawing of the Kaiser in a chess match; ephemera related to savings and conservation during the war; and envelopes.
Box: 23-25

United States Organizations and Agencies, Printed Matter, 1909, 1917-1923

Scope and Contents note

This series largely consists of printed matter produced by organizations and government agencies during World War I and the immediate years afterward. The materials document the activities of these organizations during this time period, both in general and as they relate to the war.
Box/Folder 23 : 14

American Commission on Irish Independence, et al., 1918-1921

Scope and Contents note

Includes materials from the American Commission on Irish Independence, the American Committee for Relief in Ireland, the Friends of Irish Freedom, and the Women's Irish League in support of the Irish Republic, such as leaflets, flyers, and press releases.
Box/Folder 23 : 15-16

American Committee for Relief in the Near East, 1918-1923

Scope and Contents note

Formerly known as the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief. Includes leaflets, press releases, correspondence, posters and articles about the plight of Armenian refugees and the work of the American Committee for Relief in the Near East.
Box/Folder 24 : 1

American Expeditionary Forces, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes orders, leave passes, and postcards (one handwritten, the rest blank).
Box/Folder 24 : 2

American Legion, 1919

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains pamphlets, registration cards, event tickets and invitations related to the American Legion, particularly posts in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Box/Folder 24 : 3

American Red Cross, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a leaflet, "How to Secure an Audience: A Pamphlet of Suggestions;" an Annual Report by the Secretary of the San Francisco Chapter of the American National Red Cross, 14 October 1918; blank stationery; a wrapper for an "NRG" Bar distributed by the Red Cross to those in the Service; blank Red Cross Christmas Roll Call forms; and a paper Red Cross Service Flag to be displayed in the front window of the home.
Box/Folder 24 : 4

Committee on Public Information, circa 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence regarding the purchase of the Committee's publications, including the "Daily Official Bulletin," as well as a copy of the "Weekly War News Digest" for March and June 1918.
Box/Folder 24 : 5

Internal Revenue Service, 1917-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes press releases, leaflets, blank income tax forms (1040A), and correspondence providing information and instructions about new tax laws. Items are published by the Internal Revenue Service and by related industries (such as banks or vendors offering their services with completing tax forms).
Box/Folder 24 : 6

Knights of Columbus, circa 1918 - 1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes blank postcards featuring scenes from Knights of Columbus buildings in Europe; the Manual of the National Catholic War Council; a piece of correspondence; a leaflet and a card welcoming servicemen to the Knights of Columbus camp; blank stationery; and a flyer advertising the publication of Knights of Columbus in Peace and War.
Box/Folder 24 : 7

Liberty Loans, 1918-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes materials relating to the Third, Fourth and Victory Liberty Loans: leaflets, posters, blank subscription/application forms, and correspondence (mainly form letters requesting support).
Box/Folder 24 : 8

Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Leaflets from Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company regarding new toll and exchange rates, as well as an appeal to use the telephone less during the influenza epidemic, due to a shortage of operators.
Box/Folder 24 : 9

United States Department of Agriculture, 1918-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes flyers, newsletters and press releases about the work of the Department of Agriculture and information and materials for individuals related to food and farming.
Box/Folder 24 : 10

United States Department of the Interior, 1909, 1917, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes Bureau of Mines materials (a certificate of Mine Rescue Training, as well as photos of men wearing a Proto breathing apparatus) and a 6 May 1919 letter enclosing an outline of each state's actions regarding soldier-settlement bills. The remainder of the materials relate to the Act of Congress titled "An Act to Provide Relief in Cases of Contracts Connected with the Prosecution of the War and for Other Purposes," approved 2 March 1919, and include a summary of the regulations regarding settlement for those producing manganese, chrome, pyrites, or tungsten, and a questionnaire to be filled out by those seeking settlement for the same.
Box/Folder 24 : 11

United States Department of Labor, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence sent to newspaper editors asking them to endorse Department of Labor movements; blank application forms for farm work employment and farm help; and leaflets about the labor outlook and prices.
Box/Folder 25 : 1

United States Food Administration, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes publications by the United States Food Administration covering general and special license regulations and a narrative about the work of the Food Administration in Amador County, California.
Box/Folder 25 : 2

United States Railroad Administration, 1917-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes passenger check tickets; timetables; furlough fare certificate; dining car menus; leaflets distributed to employees, the public, and the government about the railroad service under Federal control; and press releases about the freight car situation.
Box/Folder 25 : 3

War Savings Service and War Savings Stamps, 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes stamps, applications/pledge forms (both blank and completed), leaflets, and correspondence (mainly form letters requesting support).
Box/Folder 25 : 4

Y.M.C.A., circa 1918-1920

Scope and Contents note

Consists of press releases (including four from the Y.W.C.A.); leaflets providing facts about the work of the Y.M.C.A. in Europe and disputing charges against it; a program from the Trianon Theatre in France; and blank stationery.
Box/Folder 25 : 5

Booklet, "The Balfour Visit: How America Received Her Distinguished Guest; and the Significance of the Conferences in the United States in 1917," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 6

Booklet, "Belgium Under German Administration," 1915 July

Box/Folder 25 : 7

Booklet, "Black List and Blockade: Interview with The Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Cecil, M.P. in Reply to the Swedish Prime Minister," 1916

Box/Folder 25 : 8

Booklet, "Britain's Case Against Germany: A Letter to a Neutral," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 9

Booklet, "The British Commonwealth of Nations," 1917 May

Scope and Contents note

A speech made by General Smuts on 15 May 1917.
Box/Folder 25 : 10

Booklet, "The British Empire and A League of Peace: Suggesting the Purpose and Form on an Alliance of the English-Speaking Peoples," 1919

Box/Folder 25 : 11

Booklet, "The Case of the Allies: Being the Replies to President Wilson, and Mr. Balfour's Despatch," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 12

Booklet, "Censorship and Trade," 1916

Box/Folder 25 : 13

Booklet, "The Character of the British Empire," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 14

Booklet, "The Conflict for Human Liberty," circa 1918

Box/Folder 25 : 15

Booklet, "The Deportations: Statement by the American Minister to Belgium," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 16

Booklet, "England and Her Critics," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 17

Booklet, "Fête Nationale Belge/Belgian Independence Day/Belgische Onafhankelykheidsdag," 1916 July

Scope and Contents note

Addresses delivered at the Royal Albert Hall by M. Hymans, the Right Honorable H.H. Asquith, and M. Standaert. In French, English and Dutch.
Box/Folder 25 : 18

Booklet, "The Fourth of July in London," 1917

Box/Folder 25 : 19

Booklet, "A Free Future for the World," 1916 November

Scope and Contents note

A speech by the Right Honorable H.H. Asquith, Prime Minister, at the Guildhall on 9 November 1916.
Box/Folder 25 : 20

Booklet, "Frightfulness in Retreat," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 1

Booklet, "General Smuts's Message to South Wales," 1918

Box/Folder 26 : 2

Booklet, "General Von Bissing's Testament: A Study in German Ideals," circa 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 3

Booklet, "The German Idea of Peace Terms," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 4

Booklet, "The German Note and the Reply of the Allies," 1917

Scope and Contents note

In English and French.
Box/Folder 26 : 5

Booklet, "Great Britain's Sea Policy: A Reply to an American Critic, reprinted from 'The Atlantic Monthly,'" 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 6

Booklet, "Is England Apathetic? A Reply," 1915

Box/Folder 26 : 7

Booklet, "The Justice of Rumania's Cause," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 8

Booklet, "The Jutland Battle by Two Who Took Part in It," 1916

Box/Folder 26 : 9

Booklet, "The King of Hedjaz and Arab Independence," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 10

Booklet, "A Lasting Peace: A Conversation between X. (a neutral) and Y. (an Englishman)," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 11

Booklet, "The League of Nations: The Opportunity of the Church," circa 1918

Box/Folder 26 : 12

Booklet, "The League of Peace and a Free Sea," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 13

Booklet, "A List of Neutral Ships Sunk by the Germans from August 8, 1914 to April 26, 1917," circa 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 14

Booklet, "The Mails as a German War Weapon: Memorandum on the Censorship of Mails Carried by Neutral Ships," 1916

Box/Folder 26 : 15

Booklet, "Memorandum of the Belgian Government on the Deportation and Forced Labour of the Belgian Civil Population Ordered by the German Government," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 16

Booklet, "Microbe-Culture at Bukarest: Discoveries at the German Legation," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 17

Booklet, "My Mission to London, 1912-1914," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

By Prince Lichnowsky, late German Ambassador in England.
Box/Folder 26 : 18

Booklet, "Naval Prospects in 1917," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 19

Booklet, "The Navy and the War (August, 1914 to August, 1915)," 1915

Box/Folder 26 : 20

Booklet, "To Neutral Peace-Lovers: A Plea for Patience," 1916

Box/Folder 26 : 21

Booklet, "Parliament's Vote of Thanks to the Forces: Speeches Delivered in the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, on October 29, 1917," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 22

Booklet, "Peace: How to Get and Keep It," circa 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 23

Booklet, "Peace Proposals and the Attitude of the Allies," 1916 December

Scope and Contents note

A speech by the Prime Minister, the Right Honorable D. Lloyd George, 19 December 1916.
Box/Folder 26 : 24

Booklet, "The Peace Terms of the Allies," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 25

Booklet, "Plain Words from America: A Letter to a German Professor," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 26

Booklet, "Savings Union Service," 1918 March

Box/Folder 26 : 27

Booklet, "Shirking the Issue: A Letter to Dr. George Brandes," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 28

Booklet, "Six of One and Half-a-Dozen of the Other: A Letter to Mr. L. Simons of The Hague," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 29

Booklet, "The Union of Two Great Peoples," 1917 August

Scope and Contents note

A speech by W. H. Page, LL.D., American Ambassador to England, delivered at Plymouth, 4 August 1917.
Box/Folder 26 : 30

Booklet, "The Voice of Ireland: Being an Interview with John Redmond, M.P. and some Messages from Representative Irishmen regarding the Sinn Fein Rebellion," 1916 April

Box/Folder 26 : 31

Booklet, "The War on German Submarines," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 32

Booklet, "The War on Hospital Ships," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 33

Booklet, "The War Pantheon," circa 1918

Box/Folder 26 : 34

Booklet, "What Is England Doing?," 1916

Box/Folder 26 : 35

Booklet, "When the War Will End," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 36

Booklet, "The World's Largest Loan," 1917

Box/Folder 26 : 37

Booklet, "The Zeebrugge Affair," circa 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 1

Booklets, "Miscellaneous -- correspondence and reports presented to both Houses of Parliament," 1916-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Miscellaneous No. 35 (1916): Further Correspondence Respecting the Proposed Release of Civilians Interned in the British and German Empires;" "Miscellaneous No. 1 (1917): Further Correspondence Respecting the Proposed Release of Civilians Interned in the British and German Empires;" "Miscellaneous No. 13 (1917): Reports on the Treatment by the Germans of British Prisoners and Natives in German East Africa;" "Miscellaneous No. 7 (1918): Report on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War Behind the Firing Lines in France and Belgium;" and "Miscellaneous No. 11 (1918): Correspondence with the Netherlands Government Respecting the Requisitioning of Dutch Ships by the Associated Governments."
Box/Folder 27 : 2

Leaflet, "A Brief Memorandum Relating to the War Between Gt. Britain and Germany: Why Is Great Britain at War?," 1914 October 8

Box/Folder 27 : 3

Leaflet, "Canada, and Its Place in the War," 1914 November 17

Box/Folder 27 : 4

Leaflet, "Does the British Navy Take Prisoners?," circa 1916

Box/Folder 27 : 5

Leaflet, "Free Belgium," 1916 July

Scope and Contents note

Includes two copies of the issue (number 81) of this propaganda leaflet, one in English and one in French.
Box/Folder 27 : 6

Leaflet, "Last Will and Testament of the Pirate-Vulture," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of a satirical version of Kaiser Wilhelm's will.
Box/Folder 27 : 7

Leaflet, "League of Neutral States: A Statement from the Dutch Section," 1916 December 27

Scope and Contents note

In English and French.
Box/Folder 27 : 8

Leaflet, "A Letter from Satan to Kaiser Wilhelm," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of a satirical article written by Louis Syberkrop of Creston, Iowa.
Box/Folder 27 : 9

Leaflet, "To the Workmen Affiliated to the Confederation General du Travail," 1917 December 18

Scope and Contents note

Published by the General Federation of Trade Unions.
Box/Folder 27 : 10

Booklet, "Annexe I aux Tables de tir du canon de 75 Mle 1897," 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes versions from 25 August 1917 and 12 April 1918.
Box/Folder 27 : 11

Booklets, Belleau Wood Memorial Association, circa 1923, 1927

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Belleau Wood and the American Army, the 2nd and 26th Divisions (June and July 1918)" by Captain R. Andriot of the French Army, translated by W.B. Fitts, circa 1923; "The American Expeditionary Forces in the European Conflict: A Few Historic Dates and Facts," 1927; and a map of the Belleau Woods offensive, circa 1923 (in French).
Box/Folder 27 : 12

Booklet, "Carnegie Tech War Verse," 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 13

Booklet, "The 'Commission for Relief in Belgium' and the Chateau de Mariemont" and "Hôtes Américains a Mariemont pendant la première Guerre Mondiale," 1973

Scope and Contents note

From Cahiers de Mariemont, No. 4, 1973. In English and French.
Box/Folder 27 : 14

Booklet, "Defensive Measures Against Gas Attacks," 1917 November

Box/Folder 27 : 15

Booklet, "Les Dons Américains," 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 16

Booklet, "History of the Medical Department of the Twenty-Eighth United States Infantry," 1919

Box/Folder 27 : 17

Booklet, "Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations, 1914-1924: Address Register and Directory," 1929 November

Box/Folder 27 : 18

Booklet, "How the Colored Race Can Help in the Problems Issuing from the War," 1919

Box/Folder 27 : 19

Booklet, "Jews and Germanism," circa 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 20

Booklet, "Notes on Recent Operations--No. 1," 1918 August 7

Box/Folder 27 : 21

Booklet, "Notice sur la recherche du Calibre des Obus Allemands," 1916 September 10

Box/Folder 27 : 22

Booklets, orders re awarding of medals, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Consists of two sets of orders. One, published by the War Department, 11 March 1919, General Orders No. 37, names men awarded the distinguished-service cross (both living and those awarded it posthumously). The second, published by G.H.Q., American Expeditionary Forces, 3 June 1919, Citation Orders No. 4, names men entitled to wear a silver star on the Victory Medal ribbon.
Box/Folder 27 : 23

Booklets, "Publications of the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men," 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 24

Booklet, "The Relation of Earning Power to Award of Compensation for Disability Incurred in Military or Naval Service," 1919

Scope and Contents note

"A Memorandum on the Pensions Practice of Other Nations Prepared at the request of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance by the Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men," by Douglas C. McMurtrie.
Box/Folder 27 : 25

Booklet, "Roster of Company 'I', 28th Infantry, First Division," 1919

Box/Folder 27 : 26

Booklet, "Section Data Book," 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

Blank booklet issued to batteries of artillery by General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces.
Box/Folder 27 : 27

Booklet, "The Soldier's Progress," 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 28

Booklet, "Visit of the British Educational Mission to the United States," 1918

Box/Folder 27 : 29

Correspondence, Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations, 1930 September 10

Scope and Contents note

Letter to members in regards to the book American Food in the World War.
Box/Folder 27 : 30

Correspondence, Krehbiel, Edward B., 1915

Scope and Contents note

Includes a 3 May 1915 letter to the Secretary of State regarding travel and the need for a passport; information from the State Department about passports and travel in Europe; and a partially completed passport application for Krehbiel and his family.
Box/Folder 28 : 1

Directory, American Expeditionary Forces, undated

Scope and Contents note

Provides A.P.O. numbers for the various services, divisions, and units of the American Expeditionary Forces.
Box/Folder 28 : 2

Form, Ausweis, 1919 June 21

Scope and Contents note

Pass issued by the Kriegsministerium to members of the American Red Cross allowing them to travel to Paris and back. In German.
Box/Folder 28 : 3

Leaflet, "Elektrische Anlage," undated

Box/Folder 28 : 4

Lyrics, French military songs, 1915, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Les Zeppelins sur Paris," "Chanson des Tranchées de la Premiére Compagnie, (air marche des Cambrioleurs)," and "La Bochignole (air Carmagnole et Ça ira)," as well as a poem by Jean Richepin about the Kaiser.
Box/Folder 28 : 5

Newspaper, The Gangplank News, 1919 June 7

Box/Folder 28 : 6

Newspaper clipping [photocopy], The Sun and New York Herald, "Red Cross Camera Men in Thrilling Adventures Abroad," 1920 August 29

Box/Folder 28 : 7

Program, "Die Wacht am Rhein," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

"A musical comedy with a real plot; original and up-to-date in four scenes and two acts" written and produced by the First U.S. Engineers.
Box/Folder 28 : 8

Ration cards, France, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Two sheets of bread ration cards for March and April 1919.
Box/Folder 28 : 9

Stamps, Russian propaganda, circa 1914-1915

Box/Folder 28 : 10

Typescript, "The Artillery Information Service," 1918 August

Scope and Contents note

Issued to Artillery Information Officers and to regimental and higher headquarters from General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces.
Box/Folder 28 : 11

Typescript, "Etat de Service du General de Division Blanchard du Cadre de Reserve," post 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 12

Typescript, "Rules and Regulations Governing Movement of Troops by Train," 1918 March 5

Box/Folder 28 : 13

Booklet, "Bringing Our Men Home," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Bulletin No. 3 of the War Commission of the Episcopal Church.
Box/Folder 28 : 14

Booklet, "Gold and Blue Stars Illustrated: 40 Thrilling Stories by Wounded Soldiers," 1919 June

Box/Folder 28 : 15

Booklet, "The Old Glory Song Book: Our Best National Patriotic Songs," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Inside is a program for a Twilight Forest Sing, 4 July 1918. Published by the Illinois State Register, Springfield, Illinois, copyright 1917.
Box/Folder 28 : 16

Booklet, "The Truth About Our Allies," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Reprinted from the University of California Chronicle, Volume XXII, No.1, this booklet includes addresses made at the University Meeting, 7 November 1919, by members of the First California Ambulance Unit: Paul F. Cadman, John Boardman Whitton, and Whitney Braymer Wright.
Box/Folder 28 : 17

Clippings, Facts and Fun, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes both full pages and individual articles from Facts and Fun, which appears to be a publication of the Central Junior High School in Sangamon County, Illinois. There are poems, stories, and articles about the participation of students and the community in the war effort.
Box/Folder 28 : 18

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1917-1920

Scope and Contents note

Includes a postcard sent by a soldier of the U.S. Ambulance Service with the Italian Army (November 1918); appeals for relief (1917, 1919, 1920); a progress report sent from the Local Board for Division No. 3, Union County, New Jersey to the War Department (October 1918); and a letter from Braun & Company, an Alsatian art firm, to the President of Stanford about the business reopening (1920).
Box/Folder 28 : 19

Flyer, "Crush the Kaiser With Cash! Buy a Liberty Bond!," 1918

Scope and Contents note

The reverse side advertises a "Monster Parade, Friday Eve., April 12th, 1918" in San Francisco.
Box/Folder 28 : 20

Flyer, "How Many Victory Notes Would You Be Willing to Buy If These Were German Bombs Falling on Your Home?," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

The reverse side reads "Liberty Bonds Kept These From Being German Bombs - Victory Liberty Notes Pay for Peace." According to a handwritten annotation on one, it was dropped from an airplane during Fair Week in 1918.
Box/Folder 28 : 21

Leaflet, "Freedom of Oceans," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Article by Samuel W. Pennypacker, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania, reprinted from The Sun in a column titled "Food for the Thinker."
Box/Folder 28 : 22

Leaflet, "'Hey Fellows!' Your Money Brings the Book We Need When We Want It," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Published as part of the United War Work Campaign by the American Library Association, detailing the work of the Library War Service.
Box/Folder 28 : 23

Leaflet, "Prayers," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes prayers for the World Family, for Victory, for our Men, for our Allies, for our Enemies, for the Women at Home, and more.
Box/Folder 28 : 24

Leaflet, song lyrics, circa 1930 January

Scope and Contents note

Compliments of Grinnell Bros. Music House in Detroit, Michigan. Includes such songs as "The Star-Spangled Banner," "Dixie," "America," and more.
Box/Folder 28 : 25

Leaflet, "Springfield News-Record Jr.," 1919 January 1

Scope and Contents note

Edited by and for the carriers of the News-Record in Springfield, Illinois.
Box/Folder 28 : 26

List, Norway, undated

Scope and Contents note

Appears to be referencing various materials about Norway.
Box/Folder 28 : 27

Music, "Have a Smile for Everyone You Meet and They Will Have a Smile for You," 1918

Box/Folder 28 : 28

Music, "I'm Glad I Can Make You Cry," 1918

Box/Folder 28 : 29

Music, "Little French Mother, Good Bye!," 1919

Box/Folder 28 : 30

Music, "The Navy Will Bring Them Back," 1918

Box/Folder 28 : 31

Music, "Oh! How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Home," 1918

Box/Folder 28 : 32

Music, "Salvation Lassie of Mine," 1919

Scope and Contents note

The cover and first page of the lyrics and music are missing.
Box/Folder 28 : 33

Music, "Wee, Wee, Marie (Will You Do Zis For Me)," 1918

Box/Folder 28 : 34

Newspaper clipping, "70,000,000 in Foodstuffs Sent to the Relief of Belgium," undated

Scope and Contents note

Photostat of the second page of the article; the first page is not included.
Box/Folder 28 : 35

Newspaper clipping, New York Times, "World's Biggest Clipping Order Handled by the Argus Press Clipping Bureau," 1926 March 22

Scope and Contents note

Subheading of article: "Clippings on War Fill 400 Volumes. Gift by Rockefeller Assures Preservation for Historians of Press Collection."
Box/Folder 28 : 36

Newspaper clipping, San Francisco Examiner, "California Poet in Berlin Voices His Views on War," 1915 October

Scope and Contents note

Subheading of article: "Herman Scheffauer Gives Pointed Opinions on the Conflict and Its Effect in Europe During Interview With Noted Writer." The story is by Franz Hugo Krebs.
Box/Folder 28 : 37

Printed matter, American Red Cross, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes Red Cross Christmas Roll Call enrollment forms; a receipt from the National War Finance Committee of the American Red Cross; a leaflet titled "Your Duty to the War Cripple;" a leaflet enclosing Red Cross Christmas Seals, as well as information about tuberculosis; and window posters indicating support of the Red Cross.
Box/Folder 28 : 38

Printed matter, Liberty Loans, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes posters for subscribers to the 4th Liberty Loan and the Victory Liberty Loan to put in their windows, as well as blank applications for the Victory Liberty Loan.
Box/Folder 28 : 39

Printed matter, United War Work Campaign, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a donation receipt, leaflet (about the work of the Y.M.C.A.), booklet (about the work of War Camp Community Service), and poster.
Box/Folder 28 : 40

Program, Christian Patriots' Convention, 1918 November

Scope and Contents note

Put on in Springfield, Illinois by the Laymen's Missionary Movement, 21 and 22 November 1918. Includes information about the convention, program of events, and brief biographical information about the speakers.
Box/Folder 28 : 41

Program, Community Thanksgiving for Victory and Peace, 1918 November 28

Scope and Contents note

This event took place at the State Arsenal, Springfield, Illinois, under the auspices of the Federated Churches.
Box/Folder 28 : 42

Program, First Annual National Patriotic Sing, 1917 February 20

Scope and Contents note

This event took place at the State Arsenal, Springfield, Illinois, under the auspices of the Civic Music Association.
Box/Folder 28 : 43

Tags, miscellaneous, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a tag to tie on your coal shovel with tips for saving coal; Fatherless Children of France tags; and a Victory Boys tag.
Box/Folder 28 : 44

Typescript, "Escapes of Contrasting Kind," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

By Alfred James Fritchey, Co. C, 3rd Machine Gun, Bn. 1st Div., telling his account of the Battle of Cantigny.
Box/Folder 28 : 45

Typescript, "Germany's Indemnity," circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Scrap of paper with a few brief paragraphs, written by Lloyd Catron, comparing Germany to a wolf.
Box/Folder 28 : 46

Typescript, "Honors Paid First Three U.S. Soldiers Who Died in Battle on French Soil," circa 1917

Box/Folder 28 : 47

Booklet, "La Lanteren de Patachon," 1914 November 19

Scope and Contents note

Issue No. 3, by Jacques & La-Hüre.
Box/Folder 28 : 48

Booklet, "The War Cartoons of Louis Raemaekers," 1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes a biographical sketch of Raemaekers and 100 illustrations with descriptive notes.
Box/Folder 28 : 49

Booklet, "Why Britain Is in the War and What She Hopes From the Future," 1916 October

Scope and Contents note

A speech by the Rt. Hon. Viscount Grey of Fallodon, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, addressed to the Representatives of the Foreign Press in London on 23 October 1916.
Box/Folder 28 : 50

Collected materials, passports and passes, 1914-1918

Box/Folder 28 : 51

Drawings, Hungarian political cartoons, undated

Scope and Contents note

Many of the cartoons feature Petar, a mustachioed man wearing a crown, fur, epaulets, and some military regalia. Other than the captions, the only other text printed at the bottom of each page appears to read "Minden jog fentartva. Kerlesz: Orczy-ut 10." In Hungarian.
Box/Folder 29 : 1

Flyers, Credito Italiano, 1917, undated

Scope and Contents note

Flyers urging Italians to subscribe to the Nuovo Prestito Nazionale Consolidato: "Sottoscrivete presso la Banca Italiana di Sconto."
Box/Folder 29 : 2

Flyers, Poland, 1915-1918, 1923, 1928

Scope and Contents note

The majority of the flyers are honoring fallen soldiers and celebrating Poland and its victories.
Box/Folder 29 : 3

Flyer, "Vsiem'! Russkie grazhdane i soldaty!," undated

Scope and Contents note

German appeal to Russian citizens to overthrow their government.
Box/Folder 29 : 4

Leaflets, Austria-Hungary war loans, 1916-1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes leaflets for the fourth and fifth Kriegsanleihe, as well as newspaper clippings related to the seventh Oesterreichische Kriegsanleihe.
Box/Folder 29 : 5

Leaflet, "Genossen, Soldaten des sich befreienden Deutschlands!," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Russian propaganda in Germany published by Das Petersburger Comite der Russischen Kommunistischen Partei.
Box/Folder 29 : 6

Leaflets, "Lettres à tous les Français," 1915-1916

Scope and Contents note

Nos. 1-12, from circa December 1915 to April 1916. The publishing committee includes: Ernest Lavisse, President; Emile Durkheim, Secretary; Max Leclerc, Treasurer; and other professors and academics.
Box/Folder 29 : 7

Leaflet, "Der Völkerfriede," 1918 January

Scope and Contents note

Russian propaganda in Germany published by the Organ der Internationalen Abteilung des Zentralkomitees der Arbeiter-, Soldaten- und Bauerndelegiertenräte.
Box/Folder 29 : 8

Music, "C'est encore la France!," circa 1915

Box/Folder 29 : 9

Music, "Les Chansons de la Grande Guerre 1914," 1915

Scope and Contents note

Seven leaflets, all with the same cover, but containing different songs (lyrics and music). The songs are: "Acte de Foi," "A coups de crosse," "Affaire est sûre (L')," "Cloche morte (La)," "Gamins de Paris (Les)," "Rêve de Soldat," and "Turco (Le)."
Box/Folder 29 : 10

Music, "Les Chansons de la Woëvre (Verdun, 1915)," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Booklet includes nine songs (lyrics and music): "Lettre de Petit Pierre à Papa Noël," "Les Canaris de Verdun," "Fleurettes de Trianon," "Mimi Pinson met sa Cocarde," "Chanson à ma Mie," "Le Jardin du Gourbi," "La Lettre," "Octobre (1. 2.)," and "Nos Morts son vivants! (1. 2.)."
Box/Folder 29 : 11

Music, "Vers l'Aube de Gloire," 1915

Box/Folder 29 : 12

Printed matter, French, miscellaneous, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a Bleuets flyer with associated imagery (the Bleuet being the symbol of memory for veterans and victims of war); and what appears to be the outer packaging of a set of note cards, "Bonnes Nouvelles des Poilus" (the note cards are not included).
Box/Folder 29 : 13

Booklets, "Am Lagerfeuer: Halbmonatsschrift für Heer und Marine," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes No. 13, 1 July, "In stiller Sommernacht;" No. 14, 15 July, "O lieb', solang du lieben kannst!;" and No. 15, 1 August, "Mein liebes Mutters."
Box/Folder 29 : 14

Booklets, "Eulen-Feldpost: Monatsschrift für die Mitglieder der Eule, Ortsgruppe Leipzig der A.V.d.B.G.," 1915-1916

Scope and Contents note

Includes No. 1, 15 September 1915, "Zum Geleit;" No. 2, 15 October 1915, "Die Aufnahme der Eulen-Feldpost;" No. 3, 15 January 1916, "Die uns mit ihrem Leibe decken;" No. 4, 15 March 1916, "Leipziger Allerlei;" No. 5, 20 April 1916, "Sie kämpfen;" No. 6, 30 May 1916, "Erfolge im Westen;" and No. 7, 11 June 1916, "Wann reift der Friede?."
Box/Folder 29 : 15

Booklet, "Fahrplanbuch für den Dienstgebrauch, Heft 2, Schnell- und Personenzüge," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Militär Eisenbahndirektion 11, Dorpat. Gültig vom 1. August ab bis auf weiteres.
Box/Folder 29 : 16

Booklet, "Die Heimatpost," 1916 January 1

Box/Folder 29 : 17

Booklet, "Kriegs-Ausstellung 1914/1915 der Autographen-Sammlung Darmstaedter," 1915

Box/Folder 29 : 18

Booklet, "Das Kriegsarchiv der Universitätsbibliothek zu Jena, 1914-1916," 1917

Box/Folder 29 : 19

Calendar, "Roter Kreuz-Kalender für das Jahr 1916," 1916

Box/Folder 29 : 20

Calendar, Wochenlektion, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Daily tear-away calendar, beginning 2 November, with Bible verses and reflections.
Box/Folder 29 : 21

Correspondence, envelope with wax seals, 1918

Box/Folder 29 : 22

Correspondence, Frau Rektor Voight and Fräulein Meta Wöhlbier, circa 1917, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters, field postcards, envelopes, and other associated materials. The letters discuss sending food to the German military and procedures for doing so.
Box/Folder 29 : 23

Drawing, Alfred von Tirpitz, undated

Scope and Contents note

Print of a drawn portrait of Grand Admiral von Tirpitz, Secretary of State of the German Imperial Naval Office from 1897 to 1916.
Box/Folder 29 : 24

Drawing, August von Mackensen, undated

Scope and Contents note

Print of a drawn portrait of August von Mackensen, German military officer who served as, among other things, field marshal during World War I.
Box/Folder 29 : 25

Drawing, Kronprinz Wilhelm von Preussen, undated

Scope and Contents note

Print of a drawn portrait of Crown Prince Wilhelm, son of Kaiser Wilhelm II and commander of the 5th Army and then the Army Group German Crown Prince during World War I.
Box/Folder 29 : 26

Drawing, "Der Sturm bricht los," undated

Scope and Contents note

"Nach einer Zeichnung von M. Barascudts." Print of a drawing of a man working in a field, looking back towards a stormy sky that includes a woman wielding a sword appearing in the clouds.
Box/Folder 29 : 27

Flyer, "Bekanntmachung betreffend Erzeugung des Kriegsmaterials durch Eisen- und Stahlwerke," 1917 November 10

Box/Folder 29 : 28

Flyer, "Deutsche Einquartierung 1914," 1914

Box/Folder 29 : 29

Flyer, "Deutsche Männer, Deutsche Frauen. Der Weltkrieg drängt zur Entscheidung," 1917 February 1

Box/Folder 29 : 30

Flyers, Durch Luftballon, 1918

Scope and Contents note

German military propaganda. Includes A.P. 7 "Deutsche Soldaten!;" A.P. 61, "Amerikanische Soldaten in Frankreich;" A.P. 67 "Die italienische Beute am Piave;" and A.P. 94 "Deutsche Stimmen über die Niederlage."
Box/Folder 29 : 31

Flyers, German occupation of Lithuania, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Notices from the head of the Germany military administration in Lithuania, largely about crimes that have been committed and rewards being offered for information. In German, Slovenian, Yiddish, Lithuanian, Polish
Box/Folder 29 : 32

Flyer, "Landtags-Ersatzwahl 1917," 1917 November 6

Box/Folder 29 : 33

Flyer, "Landwirtschaftliche Betriebsunternehmer, beachtet die Unfallverhütungsvorschriften!," undated

Box/Folder 29 : 34

Flyer, "Liebe Krieger!," 1915 May 20

Scope and Contents note

Flyer addressed to German prisoners of war in France. There is also an envelope addressed to a German prisoner of war in France, Fritz Weber, but it is not related to the flyer.
Box/Folder 29 : 35

Flyer, "Mieteausfall-Statistik," 1914 October

Box/Folder 29 : 36

Flyer, "Polizeiverordnung," 1915 September 14

Scope and Contents note

From the German Head of Civil Administration in Suwalki, Poland. In German and Polish.
Box/Folder 29 : 37

Flyer, "Republik bedeutet Frieden und Freiheit!," circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

German propaganda urging French soldiers to join the German cause.
Box/Folder 29 : 38

Flyer, "Verordnung betreffend Verlängerung der Wechsel-u," 1915 July 28

Scope and Contents note

In German and Polish.
Box/Folder 29 : 39

Flyer, "VI. Soldatenunterhaltung im Kaisergarten," circa 1915 July

Box/Folder 29 : 40

Flyer, "Viehzählung am 1. Dezember 1917," 1917 November 20

Box/Folder 29 : 41

Flyer, "Zum Tode verurteilt! Ein französischer Aufruf an das deutsche Volk," 1917

Scope and Contents note

German translation of a 17 May 1917 editorial from a French newspaper, Le Matin.
Box/Folder 29 : 42

Flyer, "Zusatzbrotkarten," 1916 August 30

Box/Folder 29 : 43

Flyers and leaflets, German anti-war propaganda, 1916-1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Kriegsblätter für das deutsche Volk," No. 14, April 1916; "Die Feldpost," Nos. 8 and 10, January and February 1916; flyers; and "Briefe aus Deutschland," circa July 1916.
Box/Folder 29 : 44

Image, "Unser geliebter Kaiser," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Nach einer Aufnahme v. Hofphotographen W. Niederastroth. Kunstverlagsanstalt Gerhard Stalling, Oldenburg i. Gr. Includes a quote from Kaiser Wilhelm II to the German people, 6 August 1914: "Noch nie ward Deutschland überwunden, wenn es einig war."
Box/Folder 29 : 45

Leaflet, "Aluminium Kupfer Messing Nickel Zinn ist genug im Lande! Gebt es heraus, das Heer braucht es!," 1917

Box/Folder 29 : 46

Leaflet, "An die ländlichen Hausfrauen!," undated

Box/Folder 29 : 47

Leaflet, "An die Soldaten!," circa 1918

Box/Folder 29 : 48

Leaflets, "Ans der Heimat und dem Felde," 1915

Scope and Contents note

Berichte der Westermänner von drinnen und draussen im Kriegsjahre 1914/15. Includes Nos. 1-4 (February, March, July, and October).
Box/Folder 29 : 49

Leaflet, "Anweisung für den Gebrauch der Stimmzettel," undated

Box/Folder 29 : 50

Leaflet, "Arbeiter! Handwerker! Bürger! Genossen! Männer! Frauen!," circa 1919

Box/Folder 29 : 51

Leaflet, "Auszug aus der Verordnung betreffend Erhebung einer Stempelabgabe beim Umsatz von Wertpapieren," 1917 August 27

Scope and Contents note

In German, Lithuanian, Polish, Slovenian, and Yiddish.
Box/Folder 29 : 52

Leaflets, "Beglaubigte Abschrift," 1916-1917

Scope and Contents note

Stellvertretendes Generalkommando I. Armeekorps, Sekt. IIIb, Königsberg. These three leaflets appear to be reports from the field and are dated 4 and 9 November 1916; 25 April and 1 May 1917; and 27 April and 2 May 1917.
Box/Folder 29 : 53

Leaflet, "Brot, Friede und Freiheit!," undated

Box/Folder 29 : 54

Leaflet, "Deutsch-polnische Kämpfe?," undated

Box/Folder 29 : 55

Leaflet, "Deutscher Luftflotten-Verein," 1915 May 1

Scope and Contents note

Provides information about the Deutscher Luftflotten-Verein, as well as a donation form.
Box/Folder 29 : 56

Leaflet, "Deutschlands Brotversorgung," circa 1915

Box/Folder 29 : 57

Leaflet, "Dörrt Gemüse und Obst!," 1915

Scope and Contents note

Includes instructions for how to dry various fruits and vegetables.
Box/Folder 29 : 58

Leaflet, "Einführung in die höhere Mathematik, für Studierende und zum Selbststudium von Dr. Hans von Mangoldt," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Informational leaflet about the publication, including reviews and an order form.
Box/Folder 29 : 59

Leaflet, "Einweihung des zur Ehre und dem Gedächtnis der für ihr Vaterland gefallenen Helden errichteten Denkmals auf dem Friedhof Poltorowschisna," 1916 December 3

Box/Folder 29 : 60

Leaflet, "Euer Hochwohlgeboren!," 1915 October

Scope and Contents note

Der Protektor der Königlichen Albertus-Universität.
Box/Folder 29 : 61

Leaflets, Festschriften, 1915-1916

Scope and Contents note

Includes leaflets for the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the "Herrschaft des Hohenzollernhauses in dem Brandenburgisch Preussischen Staate" on 24 October 1915, as well as for services "am Geburtstage Sr. Majestät des Kaisers und Königs" on 27 January 1916.
Box/Folder 29 : 62

Leaflet, "Fünfprozentige Deutsche Reichsanleihe von 1915," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Two leaflets, one for the Zweite Kriegsanleihe, and one for the Dritte Kriegsanleihe.
Box/Folder 29 : 63

Leaflet, "Gemeinverständliche Belehrung über die Ruhr," circa 1918

Box/Folder 29 : 64

Leaflet, "Gott mit uns! Die türkische Frage? Frieden?," 1914 August 7

Box/Folder 30 : 1

Leaflet, "Gottesgericht über die Anstifter des Weltkriegs," 1915 April

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Deutscher Postverband.
Box/Folder 30 : 2

Leaflet, "Die grosse Zeit," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Informational leaflet about the publication, an illustrated military history, including a subscription card to return.
Box/Folder 30 : 3

Leaflet, "Haben Polen und Litauer Anrechte auf Ostpreussen?," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 4

Leaflet, "In Feindes Land. Ruhmgekrönt ist das deutsche Heer," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 5

Leaflet, "Kriegsanleiheversicherung," circa 1917

Box/Folder 30 : 6

Leaflet, "Leibniz-Feldpost," 1915 May 1

Scope and Contents note

Selected pages from Issue No. 10, consisting of a list of names, "Unsere Mitarbeiter im Heeresdienst," that also indicates recipients of the Iron Cross medal. Also included is a photographic supplement to the issue.
Box/Folder 30 : 7

Leaflet, "Ludendorff-Spende für Kriegsbeschädigte! Sammel-Liste," circa 1918

Box/Folder 30 : 8

Leaflet, "Meinen lieben Brüdern aus Harsleben einen herzlichen Gruss!," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 9

Leaflet, "Merkblatt zur sechsten Kriegsanleihe," circa 1917

Box/Folder 30 : 10

Leaflet, "Mitteilung," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Statement of opposition to the war supported by a variety of German professors, including Albert Einstein.
Box/Folder 30 : 11

Leaflet, "Nicht in die vordere Linie mitzunehmen! Liebe Freunde!," 1916 July

Scope and Contents note

Patriotic German propaganda appealing to citizens to join the Germany Army.
Box/Folder 30 : 12

Leaflet, "Pourquoi continuer la lutte?," 1918 October

Scope and Contents note

German propaganda on the French front.
Box/Folder 30 : 13

Leaflets, published by Otto Elsner, Berlin, 1918

Scope and Contents note

German propaganda leaflets: No. 29, "Amerikanische Arbeiter für die Vernichtung Deutschlands;" No. 31, "Frieden nur mit einem besiegten Deutschland!;" No. 32, "Amerika lehnt jedes Friedensangebot ab;" No. 33, "Ein Ausbruch wilden Deutschenhasses;" No. 34, "Wie der Vielverband für das Recht der unterdrückten Völker kämpft!;" No. 35, "Hetze über Hetze gegen alles Deutsche;" No. 37, "Amerika will Deutschland boykottieren."
Box/Folder 30 : 14

Leaflet, "Rettung. So oder so?," circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Issue No. 15, "Herausgegeben von dem Zentralvorstand des Deutschen Hauptvereins des Blauen Kreuzes mit dem Sitz in Barmen."
Box/Folder 30 : 15

Leaflet, "Schafft eine zweite Gemüseernte, helft alle mit, die Ihr dazu in der Lage seid!," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 16

Leaflet, "Sehr geehrter Herr!," undated

Scope and Contents note

Letter from Der Ausschuss für Verständigung über Kriegsziele soliciting donations.
Box/Folder 30 : 17

Leaflet, "Soldaten! Webt, wenn möglich, auch im Felde neue Mitglieder!," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 18

Leaflet, "Thorner Kriegswohlfahrtspflege," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 19

Leaflet, "Unsere Kriegsziele," 1915

Box/Folder 30 : 20

Leaflet, "Urschriftlich der Stadtverordneten-Versammlung," 1914 August 13

Box/Folder 30 : 21

Leaflets, "Volksbund zum Schutze der deutschen Kriegs- und Zivilgefangenen," 1919, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 22

Leaflet, "Das Wahlrecht," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 23

Leaflet, "Wider den Erzfeind!," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Subtitle: "Achtung! Soldaten! Der Feind hat vergiftende Waffen! Notwendigste Aufklärung und Warnung zur Rettung und Vorsicht an die deutschen Krieger in Heer und Marine! Erst lesen und dann sofort weitergeben!"
Box/Folder 30 : 24

Leaflet, "Zum ehrenden Gedächtnis unseren gefallenen Helden," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Includes names of German soldiers killed in battle through 30 June 1915, along with the place and date of death.
Box/Folder 30 : 25

Leaflet, "Zur belgischen Frage," 1915

Box/Folder 30 : 26

Leaflet, "Zur Vereidigung des Landsturm-Infanterie-Bataillons Grossenhain," 1914 August 27

Box/Folder 30 : 27

Music, "Bundeslied/S'iuzna piesen'," undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes introductory text and the music and lyrics of a national song. In German and Bulgarian.
Box/Folder 30 : 28

Newspaper clipping, Kölnische Zeitung: Literatur und Unterhaltungsblatt, 1917 April 22

Box/Folder 30 : 29

Poster, "An das deutsche Volk!," 1917 January 12

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by Franz Stassen. Patriotic German propaganda.
Box/Folder 30 : 30

Poster, "Denk an die Ludendorff-Spende für Kriegsbeschädigte!," circa 1918

Box/Folder 30 : 31

Poster, "Und Eure Pflicht? Zeichnet Kriegsanleihe," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by Horrmeyer.
Box/Folder 30 : 32

Poster, "Gegen England!," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by Hans Rudolph Schulze.
Box/Folder 30 : 33

Poster, "Kriegs Anleihe: Hilft den Hütern Eures Glückes," 1918

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by W. Georgi.
Box/Folder 30 : 34

Poster, "Die Ludendorff-Spende ist der Dank-Altar des deutschen Volkes!," circa 1918

Box/Folder 30 : 35

Poster, "Wir lassen uns nicht aushungern!," 1915

Scope and Contents note

Artwork by Friedrich Kaskeline.
Box/Folder 30 : 36

Press release, "Pressespiegel über Stimmung der Kiewer Presse in der Woche vom 6.-12. October," 1918 October 15

Scope and Contents note

Discusses recent press about events in Russia and the German military's presence there.
Box/Folder 30 : 37

Printed matter, Auskunftstelle für Vermisste, circa 1917

Scope and Contents note

Auf Anregung des Päpstlichen Stuhles errichtet von Bischof Dr. Schulte, Paderborn, Bischöfliches Generalvikariat. Includes a booklet, Liste 263 published 26 July 1917, and a leaflet, Liste 279, with the names of missing soldiers from the French Army. In German and French.
Box/Folder 30 : 38

Printed matter, German occupation of Poland, 1916-1917, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes ration cards, blank forms, and a flyer.
Box/Folder 30 : 39

Printed matter, Gold gab ich zur Wehr - Eisen nahm ich zur Her, circa 1917-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes blank postcards, business card-sized calendars for 1917 and 1918, a flyer, a leaflet, and a small poster.
Box/Folder 30 : 40

Printed matter, Gold- und Silberankaufshilfsstelle, 1916, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes tags, bags, blank forms, and certificates.
Box/Folder 30 : 41

Printed matter, lyrics, 1914, 1917-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes postcards, flyers and leaflets, some of which include the music, while others note which melody should be used.
Box/Folder 30 : 42

Printed matter, miscellaneous, 1914, 1918-1919, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes postcards, ration cards, bookmarks, tags, stationery, a death announcement, leaflets, and blank forms.
Box/Folder 30 : 43

Printed matter, Rote Kreuz [German Red Cross], 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes blank postcards, an envelope with stamps, leaflets, correspondence (mostly form letters), posters, and other printed matter.
Box/Folder 30 : 44

Program, "Kriegsbrotabend, veranstaltet von den Kirchlichen Jugendvereinen, Jünglingsverein und Jungfrauenverein zu Moringen," 1915 March

Box/Folder 30 : 45

Ration cards, Stadtkreis Königsberg, circa 1917-1919

Box/Folder 30 : 46

Booklet, "Auf auf mein Herz mit Freuden, Ein Ostergruss für das Deutsche Heer," circa 1916

Box/Folder 30 : 47

Booklet, "Die Bildung der Sozialdemokratischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 48

Booklet, "The Church and International Peace - The Cause of the War," undated

Box/Folder 30 : 49

Booklet, "The Conditions of the Belgian Workmen Now Refugees in England," 1917

Box/Folder 30 : 50

Booklet, "Deutsche Kriegswochenschau," 1917 September 16

Box/Folder 30 : 51

Booklet, "Deutschland als Staat im Vergleich zu anderen Ländern," 1917

Box/Folder 30 : 52

Booklet, "Englands Wirtschaftskrieg und unsere U. Boote," 1917

Box/Folder 30 : 53

Booklet, "Éphémérides des Campagnes Belges en Afrique (1914-1917)," 1918

Box/Folder 31 : 1

Booklet, "Feudalism the Fire: Help Burn it Up. Support Wilson and His War Aims," 1918 March 28

Box/Folder 31 : 2

Booklet, "Flowers From the Field of Franco-American Friendship," circa 1920

Box/Folder 31 : 3

Booklet, The Bystander's "Fragments from France," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 4

Booklet, "Fröhlich in Hoffnung," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 5

Booklet, "The German White Book with Important Official Addenda. Documents Anent the Outbreak of the European War issued by the German Government, Authorized Edition for America," circa 1914

Box/Folder 31 : 6

Booklet, "Gott mit uns! Kriegsgebetbüchlein für die deutsche Armee," 1916

Box/Folder 31 : 7

Booklet, "'I was there!' with the Yanks in France," 1919

Box/Folder 31 : 8

Booklet, "The Indian," circa 1918

Box/Folder 31 : 9

Booklet, "Die Kriegsziele unserer Feinde," 1917

Box/Folder 31 : 10

Booklet, "Die neue Kriegsküche," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 11

Booklet, "Odezwy I Rozporzadzenia z Czasow Okupacyi Rosyjskiej Lwowa 1914-1915," 1916

Box/Folder 31 : 12

Booklet, The Kolynos "Parley Voo Booklet," undated

Scope and Contents note

With photocopy of related article.
Box/Folder 31 : 13

Booklet, "Le 'Poilu' a Gagné la Guerre," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 14

Booklet, "The President's War Message," 1917

Box/Folder 31 : 15

Booklet, "Rahnsdorfer Kriegsfürsorge," 1916

Box/Folder 31 : 16

Booklet, "A Reply to 'Scaremongerings' and an Open Letter to Lord Northcliffe," circa 1915

Box/Folder 31 : 17

Booklet, "Report on the Use of Tri-Lens Aerial Mapping Cameras in the American Expeditionary Forces in France," 1919

Box/Folder 31 : 18

Booklet, "The Sapper," 1919 January

Box/Folder 31 : 19

Booklet, "Der Sinn des Lebens," 1917

Box/Folder 31 : 20

Booklet, "Sturm und Stille. Predigt über Matthai 8, 23-27," 1915 February

Box/Folder 31 : 21

Booklet, "Tragbare Feldbücherein," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 22

Booklet, "The Truth About Germany and the War in Europe," 1914

Box/Folder 31 : 23

Booklet, "United States Food Administration Bulletin No. 6. Creation of United States Food Administration Plans for Wheat, Flour, and Bread Control; Personnel Announcements; Food, an International Problem," 1917

Box/Folder 31 : 24

Booklet, "Wach auf mein Herz, die Nacht ist hin!," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 25

Booklet, "Die Wohnungsfrage vor und nach dem Kriege," 1916

Box/Folder 31 : 26

Drawing, "Les Atrocités Allemandes," 1915 April

Box/Folder 31 : 27

Drawings, British cartoons, circa 1914-1915

Box/Folder 31 : 28

Drawing, Cylindrical percussion hand grenade - 1917 type, undated

Box/Folder 31 : 29

Drawing, San Francisco Chronicle, "Shall Hun or Home Survive?," 1918 September 29

Box/Folder 31 : 30

Flyer, "An unsere feldgrauen Brüder und Beschützer!," 1915 January 27

Box/Folder 31 : 31

Flyer, "Aufruf. Landeseinwohner!," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 32

Flyer, "Befehl des die Stadt besetzt habenden russischen Kommandos," 1914 August 28

Box/Folder 31 : 33

Flyer, "Bekanntmachung … Es liegt offenbar Brandstiftung vor," 1917 November 11

Scope and Contents note

Notice from the head of the Lithuanian Military Administration about a fire (arson) that burned down a barn and the crops inside and asking for more information, with a reward offered.
Box/Folder 31 : 34

Flyer, "Bekanntmachung … Während des Aufenthalts der Motorradfahrer…," 1915 November 6

Scope and Contents note

Notice from the chief of the German government for Lithuania about keeping dogs leashed to prevent accidents with motorcycles.
Box/Folder 31 : 35

Flyer, "Der Dank des Heeres an die Heimat," 1917 April 24

Box/Folder 31 : 36

Flyer, "Deutsche Männer,deutsche Frauen … Wir brauchen euer Opfer!," 1917 February 1

Box/Folder 31 : 37

Flyer, "Der deutschen Kaisern," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 38

Flyer, "Deutscher Weltkrieg," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 39

Flyer, "Deutschlands Frauen zu einer Kaiseringeburtstagsspende," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 40

Flyer, "Deutschland steht gegen eine Welt von Feinden, …," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 41

Flyer, "Fuchs im Bau," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 42

Flyer, "Kauft keine amerikanischen Nähmaschinen!," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 43

Flyer, "Landwirte! Unser heer braucht noch dringend Hafer oder Mengkorn," 1917 May

Box/Folder 31 : 44

Flyer, "Notquartier…," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 45

Flyer, "Soldatenunterhaltung im Kaisergarten…," 1915 August 1

Box/Folder 31 : 46

Flyer, "Soldaţilor Români! …," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 47

Flyer, "Sonn' auf!," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 48

Flyer, "…Verkaufsverpflichtung von rohen Kanin-, hasen- und Katzenfellen," 1917 November 24

Box/Folder 31 : 49

Flyer, "Vertrauliche nur für die Redaktionen bestimmte Notiz," 1916 November 28

Box/Folder 31 : 50

Flyer, "Wilde Lohnforderungen u. wilde Streiks!," undated

Box/Folder 31 : 51

Flyer, addressed to British soldiers about women working on the home front, circa 1918

Box/Folder 31 : 52

Flyers, published by Hartungsche Buchdruckerei, 1916-1918

Box/Folder 32 : 1

Flyers, published by Nessel-Anbau-Gesellschaft, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 2

Flyers, re German occupation of Poland, 1916, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 3

Form, Amtliche Fürsorgestelle für Kriegshinterbliebene, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 4

Form, Bestellt die "Kriegszeitung der Festung Borkum," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 5

Leaflet, "A.H.V. der A.T.V. Ostmark," 1915 November 1

Box/Folder 32 : 6

Leaflet, "Anweisung für den Gebrauch der Stimmzettel," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 7

Leaflet, "Arbeiter! Proletarier! Das war der erste Streich der 'demokratischen' Regierung," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 8

Leaflet, "Auf zur 9ten Kriegsanleihe," 1918

Box/Folder 32 : 9

Leaflet, "Die Augen auf!," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 10

Leaflet, "A Brief Memorandum Relating to the War between Gt. Britain and Germany," 1914 October 8

Box/Folder 32 : 11

Leaflet, "Deutschlands Feld-heer und Heim-heer," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 12

Leaflet, "Deutschlands Schicksal in einem zukünftigen Kriege wenn Belgien die Basis englischer Luftangriffe ist!," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 13

Leaflet, "Eiserne Blätter," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 14

Leaflet, "…gebt Kupfer, Messing, Rotguss, Tombak, Bronze," circa 1917

Box/Folder 32 : 15

Leaflet, "In französischer Gefangenschaft," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 16

Leaflet, "James F.J. Archibald Uncensored War Talk," 1915

Box/Folder 32 : 17

Leaflet, "Jugenddank für Kriegsbeschädigte," Charlottenburg, 1916

Box/Folder 32 : 18

Leaflet, "Kameraden, Genossen und Frauen! Der Militarismus ist für immer beseitigt," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 19

Leaflet, "Mahnruf," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 20

Leaflet, "Merkblatt für den Scheck und Überweisungsverkehr," circa 1916

Box/Folder 32 : 21

Leaflet, "Pour mieux se connaître," 1918-1919

Box/Folder 32 : 22

Leaflet, "Reichsgetreideordung für die Ernte 1917," 1917 June 21

Box/Folder 32 : 23

Leaflet, "Those 'Gentleman' of Germany," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 24

Letter, from R. Brack to Thelma Keefe, 1917 September 12

Box/Folder 32 : 25

Letters, re war libraries, 1917

Box/Folder 32 : 26

Map, Eisenbahnkarte von Österreich, Ungarn und den Balkanländern, April 1905

Box/Folder 32 : 27

Map, Skizze der Sammelstelle I/78, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 28

Map, La Victoire des Allies [map of the Western Front], undated

Box/Folder 32 : 29

Map images, Gravelotte, 7 Jul 1905

Scope and Contents note

Prints of digital photos taken of an oversized map of Gravelotte published in 1882 (for the map itself, see Map case, Folder 6). An attempt was made to order the photos from left to right, top to bottom.
Box/Folder 32 : 30

Map index, Namenverzeichnis zu den Karten zum Kriege gegen Russland, undated

Scope and Contents note

Index only; the map that is supposed to accompany it is missing.
Box/Folder 32 : 31

Music, "Bitte des Feldheeres an die Heimat" [German song], undated

Box/Folder 32 : 32

Music, "Der Kinder Kriegsgebet" [German song], undated

Box/Folder 32 : 33

Music, "Patriotic Songs" [American], undated

Box/Folder 32 : 34

Newspaper, Belgischer Kurier, 1918 November 12-14

Box/Folder 32 : 35

Newspaper, La Presse, 1914 October 19

Box/Folder 32 : 36

Newspaper clipping, "The Land of Mazeppa," 1916

Box/Folder 32 : 37

Newspaper clipping, New York Times Magazine, "New York Soldiers Joke With Pencil and Pen," 1919 January 12

Box/Folder 32 : 38

Newspaper clipping, Königsberger Tageblatt Volksblatt für Ostpreussen, "Ostpreussische Flüchtlinge," 1914 September 17

Box/Folder 32 : 39

Newspaper clipping, Niederrheinisches Tageblatt, "Verordnungen des Militärkommandanten," 1918 December 13

Box/Folder 32 : 40

Newspaper clippings re German food shortage, 1918, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 41

Photograph (aerial), North Flirey, 1918 August 25

Box/Folder 32 : 42

Photograph, Wilhelm, Crown Prince of Prussia, 1916

Box/Folder 32 : 43

Picture booklet, "Ruines de Liége Pendant La Guerre de 1914," 1914

Box/Folder 32 : 44

Postcards/Postkarten, undated

Scope and Contents note

In French, German, and English.
Box/Folder 32 : 45

Postcards showing the destruction caused by the war, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 46

Poster, "Hello Doughboys!...," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 47

Poster, "Kill that Eagle," 1914

Box/Folder 32 : 48

Poster, "Reden ist silber…," undated

Box/Folder 32 : 49

Poster, "Vorläufiger Ausweis…," 1918

Box/Folder 32 : 50

Window posters showing support for U.S. war effort, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 51

Materials re Kriegsanleihe [war bonds], circa 1917

Box/Folder 32 : 52

Russian government war bonds, 1916

Box/Folder 32 : 53

Russian Railway Service in Siberia and Japan, 1918 [CDs], 2002

Scope and Contents note

One CD is titled "Russian Railway Service in Siberia," and consists of photos by 2nd Lt. William C. Jones of the Russian Railway Service, ©2002. The other CD is titled "Russian Railway Service 1918 - Japan," ©2002 by Dale C. Jones, fair use allowed, please credit 2nd Lt. William C. Jones.
Box/Folder 32 : 54

The St.-Nazaire Memorial, 1925, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 1

British ration books, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 2

German food cards and orders, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 3

German ration cards, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 4

Russian sugar ration cards, 1916

Box/Folder 33 : 5

Newton D. Baker materials, 1917-1919, 1949

Scope and Contents note

Newton D. Baker was the U.S. Secretary of War during World War I. Included are: typescript copies of excerpts from Baker's papers at the Library of Congress; and a typescript biography of Baker, written by James H. Durbin in 1949 (wartime assistant to Mr. Baker).
Box/Folder 33 : 6-7

Divisions und Korpstagesbefehle, 1918

Box/Folder 33 : 8

Goldbuch für Wehrmann Fritz Franz Podsun, circa 1917-1918

Box/Folder 33 : 9

Claude Houser materials, circa 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

These materials were evidently collected by Houser and have been kept together. Includes: a leave slip; American Expeditionary Forces General Orders No. 38-A (a statement of thanks from Commander-in-Chief Pershing); correspondence; "My Soldier's Record" booklet; newspaper clippings; Grenade Training Manual; and vouchers (French and German) to be redeemed after the war.
Box/Folder 33 : 10

Tagebuch, circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten diary of a German soldier. A note with the book says that the writer died in France on 30 October 1914 near Lille.
Box/Folder 33 : 11

France, miscellaneous, circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Consists of an index, "Documents sur la Guerre."
Box/Folder 33 : 12

Germany, miscellaneous, 1912-1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes a newspaper clipping; materials related to the publication of particular books (order form, advertisement); a flyer; and correspondence regarding a German soldier, Georg Rosenberg.
Box/Folder 33 : 13

Italy, miscellaneous, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes flyers, leaflets, a newsletter, a typescript, and programs. In Italian.
Box/Folder 33 : 14

United States, miscellaneous, 1918, 1968, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes an excerpt of a typescript about production of food products with a summary of nutritive values, as well as two pieces of correspondence: a letter from the United States Ambassador in France to a Professor Graham Lusk regarding an Inter-Allied Commission on Alimentation meeting; and a 1968 letter enclosing material relating to the American Ouvroir Funds (the material, in French, is included).
Box: 34

Books, 1909-1910, 1914-1919

 

Standarten wehn und Fahnen, undated

 

Das neue Gartenbuch, circa 1916

 

Französisch für Offiziere und Mannschaften, 1916

 

Die heilige Wehr, 1917

 

Ein Günstling des Kaisers, 1919

 

Der deutsche Kriegskalander, 1915

 

Kriegsbrot für die Seele, 1917

 

Totendank, 1918

 

Was Hunnen und Barbaren Singen, 1915

 

Das Kommandobuch, 1916

 

Die Ausbildung Infanteristen, 1915

 

Vor Ypern, 1916

 

Himmelsblumen auf Heldengräber, 1916

 

Gebetbuch mit Sterbebilderalbum, 1909

 

Mein Krieg, 1918

 

Litauischer Sprachführer, undated

 

Stolz ziehn wir in die Schlacht, circa 1918

 

Waffen des Wortes, 1914-1915

 

Der katholische Soldat, 1910

Box: 35-44, map case

Oversize Materials, 1894, 1911-1926, 1933

Scope and Contents note

See also: Boxes 13-16.
Box/Folder 35 : 1

Book, Peace Edition of the Worcester Telegram Commemorating Worcester's Part in the World War, 1919 July 31

Box/Folder 35 : 2

Drawing, "Den Preussiske Slughals," circa 1915

 

Drawing, "Satirieke Kaart van Europa," circa 1915

Scope and Contents note

"Het Gekkenhuis (Oud Liedje, Nieuwe Wijs)." By Louis Raemaekers.
 

Drawing, Sperr und Vernichtungsfeuer, Artl. Kdr. 227, 1918 July

 

List, "Passenger List of Organizations and Casuals Returning to the United States," undated

Scope and Contents note

For Company "E," 107th Engineers.
Box/Folder 35 : 3

Map, Artillerie-Aufstellung im Abschnill 'G,' 1918 September

 

Map, Bétheniville, Planmaterial der 3. Armee, 1918

 

Map, [Cantigny, France], rolling barrage and its immediate protection, 1918 May

 

Map, Crouy-sur-Ourcq, circa 1918 August 17

 

Map, Crouy-sur-Ourcq, circa 1918 August 31

Box/Folder 35 : 4

Map, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, 1919 May 24

Scope and Contents note

"Map showing Daily Position of Front Line, as well as the Area of Operations, the Successive Advances by Date, and the Relative Position and Designation of the Divisions in Line of the American Army During the Meuse-Argonne Offensive."
 

Map, The New Europe, 1919 June

Scope and Contents note

Map of post-war Europe, with text along the top stating that "There are no Boundaries to the Future of the Man who Saves" and along the edges stating that "War Savings Stamps Pay Dividends To The Thrifty."
 

Map, [Northern France], undated

Scope and Contents note

Portion of a larger map with handwritten/drawn annotations in red/orange and green, some of which seem to indicate the positions of military officials. The map itself is a 1912 revision.
 

Map, Noviant, 1918 April

 

Map, Order of Battle on the Western Front at 11 A.M., November 11, 1918, circa 1918 November

Scope and Contents note

"This sheet covers both the Allied and German Forces; the position of the headquarters of their Commanders-in-Chief; the commanders and headquarters of the Army Groups and Armies, the location of the different Divisions involved, both in line, in support, and in reserve, as well as the service of supply; and generally, the tabulated strength and condition of both forces."
Box/Folder 35 : 5

Map, Ravensteins Kriegskarte der Umgegend von Paris (Kriegskarte Nr. 5), undated

 

Map, Sketch of Traverse from Montfaucon to Cunel via Cierges, Gesnes and Romagne, undated

 

Map, Sketch of Traverse from Montfaucon to Cunel via Nantillois, undated

 

Map, Sketch of Traverse from Montfaucon to Dannevoux via Septsarges, undated

 

Map, Zone of Action, Location of Combat Units, Posts of Command, Boche Divisions Opposite, and Objectives, of the "Wildcat," 81st Division, in Meuse-Argonne Offensive, circa 1918 November

Box/Folder 35 : 6

Newspaper, The A.E.F. University News, 1919 May 22

 

Newspaper, The Morning Union [special edition], "War Ends," 1918 November 11

 

Poster, American flag, undated

 

Poster, "Aufruf zur Gestellung. Seine Majestät der Kaiser haben die Mobilmachung der Armee und der Marine befohlen," circa 1914 August

 

Poster, "Bekanntmachung. Allen Einwohnern Ostpreussens," 1914 August

Box/Folder 35 : 7

Poster, "Caring for American Soldiers in England," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Bulletin No. 7 issued by the War Council of the American Red Cross.
 

Poster, "Co-operation Between Public and Railroads Inspires Nation-wide Comment by Editors," circa 1917 September

 

Poster, "Denkt an das Rote Kreuz!," circa August 1915

 

Poster, "Editorial Comment on the Way Railroads Are Doing Their Bit to Help Win the War," circa 1917 August

 

Poster, French flag, undated

Box/Folder 35 : 8

Poster, "Hier wird Kriegsanleihe gezeichnet!," circa 1918 March

 

Poster, "Loading Plan of Caisson, Company Tool Wagon," 1917 October 16

Scope and Contents note

Features diagram of layout, plus detailed lists of supplies, with their amounts and locations.
 

Poster, "The Red Cross Supplies 30,000 People Each Week With Information Concerning Relatives in the Fighting Forces at Home and Overseas," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Bulletin No. 10 issued by the War Council of the American Red Cross.
 

Press release, "Special Editorial Series--No. 4," 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

From the National War Savings Committee, three articles ("Thrift With a Purpose," "What War Saving Does," and "The Preparedness of Thrift") on War Savings for use in daily newspapers.
Box: 36

Newspaper, La Libre Belgique, No. 172, 1918 November 18

Scope and Contents note

Consists of a photocopy of the issue.
 

Newspaper clippings, Franz Ferdinand (Archduke of Austria), circa 1926

Scope and Contents note

German newspaper clippings (originals and photocopies) from 1924-1926 about Archduke Franz Ferdinand and a plan for reorganizing the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
 

Booklet, G2, 4th Army Corps, 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Includes a roster of personnel in the Second Section, G.S., Fourth Army Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, as well as essays/stories, cartoons, and poems.
 

Cartoons, "Bunte Kriegsbilderbogen," Verlag Vereinigung der Kunstfreunde, Nos. 1-14, undated

 

Cartoons, "Kriegszeit Künstler Flugblätter," No. 1 - No.64/65, 1914-1916

Box: 37

Book, The A.E.F. in Cartoon - by Wally, 1933

 

Book, Uniformen Der alten Armee, undated

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Waldorf Astoria Zigarettenfabrik GmbH, München. Contains 312 color printed cigarette cards of various German Army uniforms.
 

Booklets, Saskatoon Board of Trade, Letter File, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Three booklets: January-February, March-April, and May-December.
Box: 37-39

Scrapbooks, circa 1914-1919

Box: 37

Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1919 January

Scope and Contents note

Covers the United States and its involvement in the war. Also includes some ephemera.
Box: 38

Cartoons saved during the "World War," 1914-1918, post-1918

Box: 39

Newspaper clippings, 1914-1918

Scope and Contents note

Compiled by Mary L. Schofield, January 29, 1916.
 

World War I clipping collection, 1914

Scope and Contents note

In German.
Box: 40

Sheet music, 1912-1918

Box/Folder 40 : 1-12

American, 1914-1918

Box/Folder 40 : 1

"Belgium Dry Your Tears," 1918

 

"Bring Back My Daddy to Me," 1917

 

"Bye-Bye, My Sailor Boy, Jack-Tar," 1916

Box/Folder 40 : 2

"The Dream of a Soldier Boy," 1917

 

"Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France," 1917

 

"Good-Bye, Good Luck, God Bless You," 1916

Box/Folder 40 : 3

"Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land," 1918

 

"I Want to Go Back to 'Blighty,'" 1918

 

"If You Don't Like Our President Wilson (You Knife the Land that Feeds Us All)," 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 4

"I'm a Long Way from Tipperary," 1914

 

"I'm All Dressed Up to Kill," 1918

 

"I'm Goin' to Fight My Way Right Back to Carolina," 1918

Box/Folder 40 : 5

"I'm Going to Follow the Boys," 1917

 

"In Time of Peace Prepare for War," 1915

 

"Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight (for Her Daddy Over There)," 1918

Box/Folder 40 : 6

"Let's All Be Americans Now," 1917

 

"Let Us Boys Fight for Our Nation (and Stick to the U.S.A.)," 1917

 

"Liberty Bell (It's Time to Ring Again)," 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 7

"The Little Grey Mother Who Waits All Alone," 1915

 

"Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine)," 1917

 

"My Yankee Boy," 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 8

"Oh! Frenchy," 1918

 

"Sing for Liberty and Keep Them Singing," circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Mostly lyrics, though some music and lyrics, to a variety of patriotic songs: "For Your Boy and My Boy," "For the Boys Over There," "K-K-K-Katy," "Uncle Sam He's Got the Infantry," "Smiles," "Battle Hymn of the Republic," "Onward, Christian Soldiers," "Keep the Home Fires Burning," "There's a Long, Long Trail," "Over There," "The Marseillaise," "We'll Be Waiting When You Come Back Home," "The Star-Spangled Banner," "My Country, 'Tis of Thee."
 

"So Long, Mother," 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 9

"A Soldier's Rosary," 1918

 

"Somewhere in France Is the Lily," 1917

 

"There's a Service Flag Flying at Our House," 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 10

"We'll Be Ready Whenever You Call," 1916

 

"What Are You Going to Do to Help the Boys?," 1918

 

"When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France," 1918

Box/Folder 40 : 11

"When I Come Back to You (We'll Have a Yankee-Doodle Wedding)," 1918

 

"When Yankee Doodle Goes to France," 1917

 

"When Yankee Doodle Learns to 'Parlez Vous Français,'" 1917

Box/Folder 40 : 12

"When Yankee Doodle Met His Dixie Down in Delaware," 1910

 

"When You Come Back My Soldier Boy," 1918

 

"Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine," 1918

Box/Folder 40 : 13-17

French, 1915-1917

Box/Folder 40 : 13

"L'An Prochain," 1915

 

"Après la Victoire," 1915

Scope and Contents note

Paroles et musique de René Fauchois.
 

"Après la Victoire," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Paroles de André Rosa, musique de Héloïse Rouyer.
Box/Folder 40 : 14

"Aux Héros!," 1915

 

"Le Calvaire Brisé," circa 1915

 

"Délivrance!," 1916

Box/Folder 40 : 15

"Des Croix sur les Chemins," circa 1916

 

"Les Enfants de France," 1917

 

"Hymnes et Chants Nationaux des Alliés," undated

Scope and Contents note

Booklet includes music and lyrics to 12 songs: "La Marseillaise (Chant National)," "Le chant du départ (Hymne Guerrier)," "La Brabançonne (Chant National Belge)," "God save the King (Hymne National Anglais)," "Hymne national Russe," "Hymne national Serbe," "Hymne National Italien," "Hymne national de la Grèce," "Hymne national du Japon," "Hymne national Roumain," "Hymne de Mameli (Chant National Italien)," "Hymne national du Monténégro." In French and the respective languages of the national anthems.
Box/Folder 40 : 16

"Maman!," 1916

 

"La Marche des Poilus," 1915

 

"Petits Poëmes de Guerre (1914-1916)," circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

This is the title of a series of individually published songs. This copy is of the song "La Bouffarde."
Box/Folder 40 : 17

"Le Rêve," undated

 

"Sous la Neige Blanche," circa 1915

 

"L'Union Latine," undated

 

"Les Vieux Poilus," circa 1915

Box/Folder 40 : 18

Polish, 1912

 

"Kwiecisty I Wonny Maj"

Box/Folder 41 : 1

Booklet, "The Song of the Seventy-Five," 1919

Scope and Contents note

By Grantland Rice, 2nd Lieutenant, 115th Artillery, A.E.F.
 

Booklet, "Über Land und Meer," 1915

Box/Folder 41 : 2

Calendar, "We Shall Not Sleep," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Published as a supplement to the Springfield News-Record, 8 February 1919, this calendar was "distributed by arrangement with Bauer & Black, Makers of Surgical Dressings, etc., Chicago, New York, Toronto" on behalf of the soldiers and as a memorial to those who died. It includes an illustration by Philip Lyford and the poem "We Shall Not Sleep" by Lieutenant Colonel Dr. John McCrae.
 

Certificate, authorized agent of the Treasury Department, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Issued to Thomas M. Rafter, Agent, Wells Fargo & Company, Nevada, California. It authorizes him to "receive and issue at the cost prices indicated thereon United States War-Savings Certificate Stamps and United States Thrift Stamps."
 

Drawing, "La Lettera al fronte," Credito Italiano, 1917

Box/Folder 41 : 3

Drawing, portrait of man in military attire on a horse, circa 1916

Scope and Contents note

By Richard B. Adam.
 

Etchings, scenes from France and Belgium, circa 1918-1919

Scope and Contents note

Typed captions accompanying the etchings attribute them to E. Kufferath, but the signature on the etchings themselves appears to read C. Kufferath. Many of the etchings relate to the United States 91st Division and its activities.
 

Flyer, "Hunger!," undated

Scope and Contents note

In German.
Box/Folder 41 : 4

Flyer, "Milchkarten," 1916 September

 

Flyer, "Milchkarten," 1916 October

 

Flyer, "Schweigen verkürzt…," undated

 

Leaflet, "Briefe aus Deutschland," 1916

Scope and Contents note

Blätter zum Studium der Wirtschaftlichen lage in den Kriegführenden Ländern.
 

Leaflet, "Een maand van overwinningen aan het Britsche front," 1917 April

Scope and Contents note

In Dutch, French, Swedish, and Danish.
Box/Folder 41 : 5

Leaflet, "Engineer Operations Bulletin," 1918 November 15

Scope and Contents note

Published by the Office of Chief Engineer, American E.F., Technical Information Section. Features an article titled "Engineer replacement regiment trains thousands of recruits each month."
 

Leaflets, "Leipziger Neueste Nachrichten," 1916

 

Leaflet, "Der Völkerfriede," 1918 January 17

 

Leaflet, "Walk. Ein baltisches Stadtbild," undated

Scope and Contents note

In German, Estonian and Latvian.
 

Leaflet, "Wisoms Laukininku Moteroms musu Tewisskes," undated

 

Leaflet, "Zeichnet die Kriegsanleihe. Deutschland die Insel des Friedens," undated

Box/Folder 41 : 6

Map, Etain and Montfaucon, 79th Division, circa 1918 November

Scope and Contents note

"Reduction of Etain and Montfaucon Maps, showing the 79th Division's Sector and the positions of its front line, day by day, during the Last Phase of the Meuse-Argonne Battle."
 

Map, Front de Verdun, circa 1916 December

 

Map, Montdidier 21C, Karte von Frankreich, Gruppe 1, undated

 

Map, Montdidier 21D, Karte von Frankreich, Gruppe 1, undated

 

Map, Montfaucon, 79th Division, circa 1918 September

Scope and Contents note

"Reduction of Montfaucon Sheet, showing the 79th Division's Sector and the positions of its front line, day by day, during the First Phase of the Meuse-Argonne Battle."
Box/Folder 41 : 7

Map, Operation West of the Meuse, Oct. 1st-12th, 1st Div. A.E.F., circa 1918 October

 

Map, St. Mihiel Operation, 1st Div. A.E.F., Sept. 12-13, circa 1918 September

 

Map, Souilly and St. Mihiel, 79th Division, circa 1918 October

Scope and Contents note

"Reduction of Souilly and St. Mihiel Maps, showing the 79th Division's Sector and the positions of its front line, during its occupation of the Troyon Sector."
 

Map, Tracing for St. Mihiel, 1918

 

Map, Traverse 22 (continued), from Station 35 of Traverse 22 to Consenvoye, undated

Box/Folder 41 : 8

Map, Traverse No. 1, from Essey to Flirey, 1918

 

Map, U.S. Army Map, [Flanders, Belgium], undated

 

Map, U.S. Army Map, [Northeastern France], undated

 

Map, Verdun 35C, Karte von Frankreich, Gruppe I, undated

 

Newspaper, Berliner Lokal-Anzeiger [special edition], 1914

Scope and Contents note

Two issues: 31 July 1914, featuring an article titled "Russland will den Krieg!" and 1 August 1914, featuring an article titled "Allgemeine Mobilmachung in Deutschland."
Box/Folder 41 : 9

Newspaper, Lloyd Ottoman, "L'Entente et Brest-Litowsk," 1917 December 31

Scope and Contents note

French translation of "L'Osmanischer Lloyd." Only the top half of the newspaper pages are present; the bottom half seems to have been torn off.
 

Newspaper, Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, "Hoe de oorlog ontstond," 1919 November 29

Scope and Contents note

By Karl Kautsky.
 

Newspaper, O Seculo Comico, 1914-1916

Scope and Contents note

In Portuguese.
Box/Folder 41 : 10

Newspaper, Qu'est-ce Que C'est?, 1919

Scope and Contents note

Published by the American students of the University of Toulouse. Two issues: Vol. 1, No. 3, 2 April 1919, and Vol. 1, No. 10, 21 May 1919. In English and French.
 

Poster, "An die Bevölkerung des XI. Korpsbezirks," 1914 August 1

 

Poster, "Aufruf. Sammelt ausländisches Geld!," undated

Scope and Contents note

Preussischer Landesverein vom Roten Kreuz.
 

Poster, "Bekanntmachung. Auf Befehl Seiner Majestät des Kaisers und Königs ist für das Reichsgebiet der Kriegszustand erklärt…," 1914 August 1

 

Poster, "Important Notice! President of the United States Proclaims Friday June 28, 1918 as National War Savings Day," circa 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

Produced by the United States Government War Savings Committee for California (North), urging the people of California to sign pledges for subscriptions for War Savings Stamps.
Box/Folder 41 : 11

Poster, "Naczelny Komitet Narodowy," circa 1915

 

Poster, "Universal Membership Week, Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, Dec. 16-23rd," circa 1918 December

Scope and Contents note

Two copies of the poster, though both are torn and missing the first half.
 

Press release, "War's Cost and Length Depends Upon Civilians," circa 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

From the National War Savings Committee, written by George M. Reynolds, President of the Continental and Commercial National Bank of Chicago.
 

Printed matter, "La Vie Parisienne," 1918 August 3

 

Timetable, Kommandeur der Kraftfahrtruppen Nr. 2, Stafetten-Fahrplan, 1918 January 16

Box/Folder 42 : 1

Correspondence, Telegrammy, 1914 July 22

Scope and Contents note

In Russian.
 

Map, Ailly-sur-Noye, Karte der 2. Armee, 1918 July

 

Map, Amiens - Map Showing Divisions Re-Entering Line, 1918

Scope and Contents note

"Each division is shown at point where last identified before being withdrawn and where identified when it returned to line."
 

Map, Amiens, undated

Scope and Contents note

Dressé, gravé et publié par le Service géographique de l'armée
 

Map, Artillerie Zielfelder Karte, Bodenständig gehört zur Stellung, circa 1917 December

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 21.12.17.
Box/Folder 42 : 2

Map, Carte du Front Français, undated

 

Map, Châlons (Carte de France et des Frontières, No. 17), undated

 

Map, Bernécourt, circa 1918 July

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen 18.7.18.
 

Map, Environs de Bar-le-Duc, 1913

 

Map, German Defensive Organizations, Vicinity of Montfaucon, 1919 March

Scope and Contents note

Surveyed by G-2-C 1st Army, November and December 1918. Two versions - they have the same title but are slightly different from each other.
Box/Folder 42 : 3

Map, Gironville, circa 1918 February

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 4.2.18.
 

Map, Gironville, circa 1918 May

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 21.5.18.
 

Map, Gironville, circa 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 18.6.18.
 

Map, Marvoison, circa 1917 August

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 27.8.17.
 

Map, Metz (Carte de France et des Frontières, No. 18), undated

Box/Folder 42 : 4

Map, Metz S.O., Road and Bridge Map, undated

 

Map, [Nonsard, France], circa 1918

 

Map, [Northern France], Stoverm 7, 1918 June

 

Map, Objectives for Interdiction Fire, A.I.S. 1st Army, [Northern France], 1918 September

Box/Folder 42 : 5

Map, Organized German Position, Vicinity of Montfaucon, 1919 March

Scope and Contents note

Surveyed by G-2-C 1st Army, November and December 1918.
 

Map, Pont-a-Mousson, 1918 April

 

Map, Richecourt, circa 1917 August

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 30.8.17.
 

Map, Richecourt, circa 1917 December

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 5.12.17.
 

Map, St. Baussant, circa 1917 August

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 28.8.17
Box/Folder 42 : 6

Map, St. Mihiel - Pont a Mousson Sector, 1918 October

 

Map, St. Mihiel Sector, 1918 December

 

Map, Sarrebourg, 1911

 

Map, Seicheprey, circa 1918 March

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 19.3.18.
 

Map, Thiaucourt, circa 1918 May

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 26.5.18.
Box/Folder 42 : 7

Map, Thiaucourt S-W, circa 1918 May

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 27.5.18.
 

Map, Thiaucourt N.O., circa 1918 June

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 11.6.18.
 

Map, Thiaucourt, circa 1918 July

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 30.7.18.
 

Map, Unterstände in der Pariser-Stellung, undated

 

Map, Verdun (Mézières), 1913

Box/Folder 42 : 8

Map, Verdun, 1918 September

 

Map, Verkehr beim Feinde, Februar Ausgabe, 1918 February

Scope and Contents note

Nach Truppen-, Fliegermeldungen Gefangenen-Aussagen, Angab des Artl. Messtrupps u.s.w. zusammengestellt von Kartenstelle 7. d. Verm. Abt. 2.
 

Map, Verkehr beim Feinde, März Ausgabe, 1918 March

Scope and Contents note

Nach Truppen-, Fliegermeldungen Gefangenen-Aussagen, Angab des Artl. Messtrupps u.s.w. zusammengestellt von Kartenstelle 7. d. Verm. Abt. 2.
 

Map, Xivray, circa 1918 March

Scope and Contents note

Abgeschlossen am 1.3.18.
 

Map, Zusammenstellung der Erkundungs-Ergebnisse [Northern France], circa 1918 July

Box/Folder 42 : 9

Poster, "American Expeditionary Forces Distinctive Cloth Insignia," 1919

 

Poster, "Bekanntmachung! Folgende Zeitungen sind neben den deutschen im Bereich des Gouvernements Lüttich gestattet…," undated

Scope and Contents note

In German and French.
 

Poster, "Conventional Signs Used in Trench Maps," undated

 

Poster, "Eine Kundgebung Hindenburgs an das deutsche Volk," 1918 September 2

 

Poster, "To the Editor" [War Risk Insurance], 1919 August 4

 

Poster, "Well Done My Boys - Welcome Home," 1919

Scope and Contents note

Triangular paper American flag.
Box: 43-44

Memorabilia, circa 1914-1922

Box: 43

Backgammon board made by a Bulgarian soldier during World War I, undated

Box: 44

Food Administration apron arm badges, 1917

 

Two samples of materials of German sand bags, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

A note with the samples reads: "These materials are of woven paper fiber in place of yute, of which supply was exhausted. These materials were picked up in 1918 just across the German line in the Meuse Argonne area."
 

Small banner - Flags of the Victorious Nations in the War to Make the World Safe for Democracy, undated

 

American Red Cross service cap and insignia/buttons from member of Stanford Unit, undated

 

Plaster of Paris bas relief of the Bruxelles City Hall, 1916

 

World War I European canteen token, Royal Arsenal Cooperative Society, undated

 

Comrades of the Great War lapel pin, undated

 

Buttons [eagle], undated

Scope and Contents note

Two buttons - one large, one small.
 

Get Behind the Government - Liberty Loan of 1917 pin, 1917

 

Liberty Loan pin, 1917-1918

 

Victory pin, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Pin features crossed United States flags with portraits of President Woodrow Wilson and General John J. Pershing, as well as a red, white and blue ribbon that hangs from the pin.
 

Remember the Lusitania - Buy Liberty Bonds cardboard bottle cap, 1917-1918

 

Third Liberty Loan pin, circa 1918

 

U.S. War Savings Service tag with cloth tie, circa 1917-1918

 

Reel of microfilm from The British Library, 1914-1917

 

Decorative handkerchief - Wir halten fest und treu zusammen, undated

 

Decorative handkerchief - Beschiessung der Festung Namur, undated

 

Armband - Vaterländischer Hilfsdienst, undated

Scope and Contents note

See also: Kriegsamt (Vaterländische Hilfsdienst), Box 17, folder 14.
 

United States Navy insignia, Chief Petty Officer - Artificer Branch - Chief Storekeeper, undated

Scope and Contents note

The title (Chief Storekeeper) was changed from Chief Yeoman in October 1916.
 

Playing cards, undated

Scope and Contents note

Three decks. Two are boxed: Deutschlands grosse Söhne and Unsere Fürsten und Heerführer.
 

Russian calendars, 1922

Scope and Contents note

Two 1922 page-a-day tear-away calendars. In Russian.
 

Russian puppets, circa 1914

Scope and Contents note

Four paper puppets (a kind of hybrid between a paper doll and a marionette -- largely one-dimensional, but with moving parts) of Russian soldiers.
 

Brown chevron arm patch, undated

 

Italian interpreter's badge, undated

Scope and Contents note

According to a typed note accompanying the badge, it was worn by Italians whose familiarity with English enabled them to interpret and translate for American soldiers in Italy.
 

League of the Cross Cadets War Veteran ribbon, undated

 

Welcome Home 33rd Division U.S.A. ribbon, circa 1919

Scope and Contents note

Compliments of the John Bressmen Company.
Map-case/Folder: 1-19

Map Case, 1882, 1894, 1911-1925

Scope and Contents note

Unless otherwise specified, the items in this subseries are maps.
Map-case/Folder: 1

Road Map, U.S. 3rd Army, 1918

 

Rand McNally War Map of the British Front, undated

Scope and Contents note

"A Strategic Map of the Battle Ground in Belgium and France, from Ostend to St. Quentin, Compiled from the Latest Military Maps of the Army Staffs in Washington, London, and Paris, and from Other Official Sources." Has handwritten/drawn annotations.
 

Rand McNally War Map of the French Front, Southern Section, circa 1917 September

Scope and Contents note

"A Strategic Map of the Battle Ground in Northern France, from St. Mihiel to the Swiss Border, Showing the farthest advance of the Germans in 1914 and the battle line in September, 1917, Compiled from the latest Military Maps of the Army Staffs in Washington, London, and Paris, and from other Official Sources."
 

Map to Illustrate the Offensive of the St. Mihiel Salient, 1918

Scope and Contents note

From "Maps Pertaining to Report of General John J. Pershing, U.S.A.;" intended to accompany Pershing's report of 20 November 1918, which can be found in Box 4, Folder 27.
 

Map to Illustrate the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, First, Second and Last Phases, 1918

Scope and Contents note

From "Maps Pertaining to Report of General John J. Pershing, U.S.A.;" intended to accompany Pershing's report of 20 November 1918, which can be found in Box 4, Folder 27.
 

Major Offensive and Defensive Operations, 1920 May

Scope and Contents note

From the General Headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces.
 

Daily Mail Map of the Battlefields of France, 1919

 

Flemmings Spezialkarte der Südlichen Westfront, circa 1918 October

 

Streifenkarte No. VIII/IX, circa 1918 September

Scope and Contents note

Shows the German army position in the area of Benay and Essigny-le-Grand, France.
 

Map Showing Boundaries of First and Second Armies, Aug. 29th - Nov. 11th 1918, 1920

 

Order of Battle on Western Front 11 A.M., Nov. 11, 1918, circa 1918 November

 

Fronte des Armees en France et en Belgique, undated

 

Carte de France, circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

Includes battle fronts, enemy lines, and progress of the Allies.
 

Poland, 1920 March

 

Carte Schématique du Canevas d'Ensemble/Scheme of Triangulation and Traverse, 1918 July

 

Hand drawn, untitled map, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a section labeled Exerzier Platz. Presumably German.
 

"Just One Day with the G-2-C Bottle [sic] Scarred Veterans of the Battle of Chaumont," undated

Scope and Contents note

Cartoons printed on top of a map.
Map-case/Folder: 2

Ravensteins Kriegskarte vom Südlichen Balkan und Klein-Asien, dem Russisch-Türkisch-Persischen Kriegsschauplatz, und Spezialkarten der Gallipoli und dem Bosporus, circa 1915

 

Ravensteins Kriegskarte des Kampfgebietes: Bapaume, Albert, Amiens, Roye, Noyon (Kriegskarte Nr. 34), circa 1916

 

Ravensteins Kriegskarte des Kampfgebietes: Arras, Loretto, La Bassé, Lille (Kriegskarte Nr. 35), circa 1916

 

Ravensteins Kriegskarte des Kampfgebietes: St. Mihiel, Pont à Moussons, Toul, Nancy, Senones (Kriegskarte Nr. 37), circa 1916

 

Ravensteins Kriegskarte für das Gebiet zwischen Gent und Calais, Lille u. Zeebrügge (Kriegskarte Nr. 43), circa 1917

 

Ravensteins Kriegskarte für das Gebiet zwischen Gent u. Dünkirchen, Lille u. Zeebrügge (Kriegskarte Nr. 43), circa 1917

 

Belgium and France, Sheet 19 S.E., Second Edition , 1915

 

Belgium [Roulers], Sheet 20, undated

 

Trench Map, Belgium, Sheet 20 N.W., Edition 2A, 1917 June

 

Trench Map, Belgium, Sheet 20 S.W., Edition 3A, 1917 May

 

Belgium and France, Sheet 27 N.E., Second Edition, 1916

 

Belgium and France, Sheet 27, Edition 2, 1917 May

 

Belgium and France, Sheet 28, Edition 3, 1917 February

 

Trench Map, Belgium, Sheet 28 N.W., Edition 6A, 1917 July

Map-case/Folder: 3

Carte Routière pour Automobilistes et Cyclistes - Nord-Est de la France, undated

 

Carte Routière pour Automobilistes et Cyclistes - Environs de Paris, Section Nord-Est, undated

 

Carte Routière pour Automobilistes et Cyclistes - Environs de Paris, Section Nord-Ouest, undated

 

Carte Routière pour Automobilistes et Cyclistes - Environs de Paris, Section Sud-Est, undated

 

Nouvelle Carte de France, Belgique, Bords du Rhin, Suisse, etc., undated

 

Map of the Western Theatre of War, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Prepared in the Map Department of the National Geographic Society for the National Geographic Magazine.
 

Philips' Large-Scale Contoured Map of the Anglo-French Front - The Western German Frontier and the Line of the Rhine, circa 1917 June

 

Philips' Large Scale Strategical War Map of Europe - Western Area, undated

Map-case/Folder: 4

Carte de France, 1894

 

[Argonne, France], circa 1918

Scope and Contents note

According to a handwritten note on the back, this map was used in the Argonne, after 2 November 1918.
 

[Northern France], undated

Scope and Contents note

Has a handwritten note on the front that says "Vassy." According to a handwritten note on the back, this map was used on a march from St. Mihiel to the Argonne.
 

Zusammendruck III Nord, [France], 1916

 

Zusammendruck XVII, [France], 1918 June

 

Alençon, undated

 

Altkirch - Carte générale des Objectifs d'Artillerie, 1925

Scope and Contents note

1er Juillet 1918. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
 

Amiens, 1914

 

Argonne - Montfaucon - Etain - Vendresse - Mouzon, 1925

Scope and Contents note

Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint. A.E.F. G-2, First Army, graphic summary of enemy activity, 1 November 1918.
 

Breteuil, 1918 December 18

 

Brimont, undated

 

Châlons, 1911

 

Château-Thierry, 1918 August 7

 

Cheminot, 1917 September

 

Commercy, 1912

 

Crépy-en-Valois-Epernay-Coulommiers, 1918 May

 

Dun-sur-Meuse, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 20 Août 1918, 4e Edition.
 

Dun-sur-Meuse, Edition du 5 Octobre 1918, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 20 Août 1918, 4e Edition.
 

Dun-sur-Meuse, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 6 Octobre 1918, 5e Edition.
 

Etain - Carte générale des Objectifs d'Artillerie a la date du 24 Août 1918, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 3 Août 1918, 40e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
 

Forêt d'Argonne - Carte générale des Objectifs d'Artillerie a la date du 9 Septembre 1918, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 23 Juillet 1918, 11e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
Map-case/Folder: 5

Lille, 1914

 

Metz, 1912

 

Montdidier S.O., 1914

 

Montdidier-Ost, 1918 February

 

Mort Mare, 1918

 

Nancy, 1912

 

Pannes and Xivray, 1917

 

Pont-a-Mousson, Croquis No. 1, 1918 July

Scope and Contents note

According to a handwritten note, it is an artillery map of the Pont-a-Mousson sector when it was occupied by the 1st Artillery Brigade.
 

Sainte-Aulde, undated

 

St. Mihiel B, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 19 Août 1918, 9e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint. Handwritten note on the back indicates that on 12 September 1918 St. Mihiel was overrun and captured by the American First Army.
 

St. Mihiel C, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 9 Juin 1918, 9e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
 

Thiaucourt, Gruppe Groz., circa 1918 April

 

Thiaucourt, Gruppe Groz., Artillerie-Wochenkarte, 1918 May

 

Verdun, 1911

 

Verdun, 1913

 

Verdun, Planmaterial der 3. Armee, 1918 September

 

Verdun A, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 12 Août 1918, 28e Edition.
 

Verdun A - Carte générale des Objectifs d'Artillerie a la date du 9 Septembre 1918, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 12 Août 1918, 28e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
 

Verdun B, 1918

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 1 Septembre 1918, 35e Edition.
 

Verdun B - Carte générale des Objectifs d'Artillerie a la date du 9 Septembre 1918, 1924

Scope and Contents note

Tirage du 1 Septembre 1918, 35e Edition. Originally printed in 1918; this version is a reprint.
 

Vosges, undated

 

Vosges, circa 1918 July

 

Wassy, 1913

Map-case/Folder: 6

Gravelotte, 1882

Scope and Contents note

"Zu: Griepenkerl, taktische Unterrichtsbriefe, 5. Auflage." For prints of digital photos taken of the map, see Box 32, Folder 29.
 

Poster, "An Meine Völker!," 1916 November

 

Poster, "Seine kaiserliche und königlich Apostolische Majestät…," 1914 July 4

Map-case/Folder: 7-14

Maps, Enemy Order of Battle, First Army, American Expeditionary Forces, No. 124, 1919

Scope and Contents note

These maps depict the Western Front from 1 September 1918 to 11 November 1918.
Map-case/Folder: 15-18

Maps, Graphic Summary of Enemy Activity, First Army, American Expeditionary Forces, No. 124, 1919

Scope and Contents note

These maps depict the Western Front from 1 October 1918 to 11 November 1918.
Map-case/Folder: 19

Amiens, 1916 October

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten notes on back: "British Military maps, Somme complete, 1916." "British War Office Official Map. Amiens - Peronne area. Scene of British 5th Army retreat, March and April 1918. This map is heavily taped. However, given that it is an officially produced map without annotations, the decision was made to not take extensive preservation action.
 

Lens, 1916

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten notes on back: "British Military maps, 1916, Doullens-Arras Bapaume areas." "Official Map - Doullens-Bapaume area. Scene of trench digging and wiring activity April 1918 by entire regiment between Terra Mesnil and Le Val de Maison." This map is heavily taped. However, given that it is an officially produced map without annotations, the decision was made to not take extensive preservation action.
 

St. Quentin, 1918 October

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten notes on back: "World War One map, British Front, vicinity St. Quentin." "British War Office Official Map. Roisel-Tincourt, St. Quentin areas." This map is heavily taped. However, given that i