World War, 1914-1918
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes instructions and regulations issued by the American Red Cross for mailing Christmas packages to servicemen stationed overseas during the first World War.
The records of the Berrien County Draft Board include lists of the draft registrants, those with exempt or non-exempt status, and those drafted for service in World War I.
This collection contains Bywater's letters to family members in Grand Rapids, Michigan (1917-1918). The collection also contains his draft notice, a note of welcome from King George V to American soldiers, and documents relating to Bywater's death and burial. Also included is a tintype portrait of Roger McDowell.
The collection contains two envelopes, stamped by American Expeditionary Force censors, addressed to Mr. D. Giacomoe Savoldi, of Three Oaks, Michigan. The letters were sent by Private A. Moretti from Field Hospital #13, First Division A.E.F., France, during World War I.
The Easton Williams scrapbook collection consists of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and pictures covering World War II. Several pictorial reviews of foreign countries and peoples are also included. Newspapers from around the United States were used, as well as several popular magazines. The bulk of the information is from 1929 to 1945, with greater coverage being given to the years 1941-1943. Williams also included a number of articles from 1918 about World War I.