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Company “I”, 102 Inf., 2b Div., A.E.F.

[Detail] Company "I", 102 Inf., 2b Div., A.E.F.

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American Leaders Speak: Recordings from World War I and the 1920 Election
This collection contains eighteen speeches focusing on WWI issues. Access these particular speeches through the Gallery of World War I Speakers.

African-American Odyssey
View the special exhibit World War I and Postwar Society. Scott's Official History of the American Negro in the World War, 1919 found in this collection.

The Stars and Stripes: The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918 - 1919
This US Army publication provided American soldiers with news from home, sports news, poetry, and cartoons. View the collection’s Special Presentation with additional material about women and the war effort, advertisements, military censorship and the American Expeditionary Force.

Panoramic Photographs
Search for WWI-era photos in this collection by using keyword search, typing in world war 1914-1918 and setting the pull down menu to the exact phrase with the number of bibliographic records returned increased to 500. You may also use the subject index browse feature to find many valuable subheadings under World War, 1914-1918.

Detroit Publishing Company.
Browse the subject index, using heading World War, 1914-1918 to locate WWI-era photos.

Today in History
The Archive search feature locates material by full text, specific day, or month. WWI links can be found under June 28, 1914, May 7, 1915, April 6, 1917, September 12, 1918, November 11, 1918, and July 15, 1948.

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