World War I
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains correspondence, reference materials, photographs, and Red Cross publications. Most of the material originated from the chapter's World War I activities, and reflects the relief programs in effect during that war.
The records consist of the history and activity of the Coast Artillery Corps, biographical and obituary information and notices of members, clippings, photographs, and annual meeting notices and bulletins.
The collection consists of one scrapbook containing correspondence including thank you and business letters received and sent, circa 1917–1946, news clippings of poems by and articles about Alison Brown, and one photograph of Brown.
The collection consists of a diary written from Friday, February 28, 1919 to May 18, 1919. Brown was in France from June 27, 1918, but the diary only covers his time in France from February 28, 1919 to April 19, 1919. He left France April 19, 1919.
The collection consists of two letters written by Frank Casey to his sister, Jenny, of Duluth, while he was in the U.S. Army in England and France during World War I.
The records contain an alphabetical list of 59 members of Veterans of WWI from 1963, an application for charter with 22 signatures, and four letters seeking a charter and stating the group had ceased operations.
The collection consists of family papers, photos, a genealogical chart (1981), and documents of John and Steve (WWI veteran) Gelineau. Photos include a portrait of Rebecca, Steve’s mother; a portrait of Steve; a family portrait ca. 1895; and photos of Steve in the military.
The collection consists of three 8x10 (broken at the folds), black and white photographs of Duluth men who served in the Great Lakes Naval Training program in WWI.
The collection consists of two diaries belonging to William H., correspondence files of John H. Sr. dating from World War I and II concerning the war effort and war related experiences.
The papers document the WWI facts of Captain House's military service, prisoner of war experience, and his return to civilian life.
The collections contains research materials compiled to write Dr. Hudelson's book published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2006 titled By the Ore Docks: A Working People’s History of Duluth.
Collection includes: papers; post cards; poem; diary; photograph of Sgt. Wilfred Louis Johnston; Eveleth, MN; WWI Letters 1917-1919.
The collection consists of interviews by Professor Richard Hudelson, Ph. D. of Donald Klaber on July 22, 1999 and March 2000.
The collection consists of letters and memorabilia from Miss MacArthur's service as a nurse during World War I.
The collection consists of one record of the McDougall-Duluth Shipbuilding Company.
The collection contains draft and service records, correspondence, news clippings, scrapbooks, prepared written histories, minutes, reports, photographs, publications, and war posters.
The collection contains Telford’s correspondence concerning his work as the local chairman of the Military Training Camps Association and as Acting Assistant Recruiting Agent for the Officer’s Training Camps.
The collection contains William Tenney's scrapbook, appointment to act as a lawful attorney for others, and an invitation, Frank’s card of recognition from the Red Cross, Verdun Medal, and letters concerning a portrait plate and publication of a portrait.
The collection consists of one document, the Charter, of the Duluth Barracks No. 2788, signed by National Headquarter's National Commander and National Adjutant on recommendation of the National Board of Administration February 5, 1962. The Charter contains a typed list of 59 members' names and two additional names added by hand.
The collection consists of one World War I composition described as Song and Fox-Trot, titled Welcome Home My Soldier Sammy Boy lyric by written by Duluthian Marvin Oreck and music by Duluthian Samuel J. Segal.