Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Anonymous diary written in France right after Armistice ending WWI was signed. The author, a soldier, mentions places he visited in France, shows and other entertainment and how much he spent on them, souvenirs he purchased, and other daily activities. He mentions seeing the President of France, King George of England, the King of Italy, and Woodrow Wilson. The first part of the diary is used as an address book.
This collection consists of one handwritten notary register (1579-1582) and two letters (1848) from notaries. The specific contents of the register are unknown because of the difficulty in translating its classical French style. Two faculty members who have dealt with such writings have been consulted, but neither could translate the document.
The collection consists of 152 postcards and one black and white photograph of a church. The subjects include an image of World War I British troop trenches at Zillebeke, Belgium and scenes from China, England, Switzerland, France, Italy, Korea, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and Israel.
Collection of photographs taken in Japan, Egypt, China, Korea, and Palestine, 1919-1922.