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Guide to the World War I Collection
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Collection includes his typed recollections of life at Stanford during 1916-1919 with photographs [photocopied]; information sent to Condee on the SATC and a few of his passes and other records, 1918; information on the Reserved Officers' Training Corps and a pamphlet of the article "The Beloved Captain" given to Stanford's ROTC members; Prof. E. D. Adams' pamphlets "Why We Are at War with Germany" numbers 2, 4, 6 and 9; program and song sheet from the Patriotic Song Festival held in the Stanford Stadium, June 9, 1918; programs from other events at Stanford or involving Stanford groups, 1917-1918, including an illustrated brochure on Newell Dwight Hillis' talk on German atrocities; pamphlet "The Inviolable Pledge" on Alsace-Lorraine published by Comite de l'Effort de la France et de ses Allies, 1918; David Starr Jordan's article "The Tap Root of War," 1918; M. J. Exner's pamphlet "Friend or Enemy? To the Men of the Army and Navy," 1916; and assorted government publications including "German War Practices" 1918, "President's Flag Day Address with Evidence of Germany's Plans" 1917, and the address of W. G. McAdoo on the Liberty Loan, 1917.
Newcomb Condee earned his A.B. (pre-law) at Stanford University in June 1919 and his J.D. in October 1920. While an undergraduate he was in Company A of the Students Army Training Corps at Stanford.
0.25 Linear feet
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This collection is open for research.