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United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces

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Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

John Archibald Campbell Colston WWI diaries, 1914-1915

 Collection
Identifier: 2012-079
Scope and Contents Diaries of John Archibald Campbell Colston, a John Hopkins urologist who served with the AEF during WWI. Documenting Colston's participation as one of the medical staff working for the AEF, tracing his activities from his departure on September 15, 1914 through Tuesday, February 23 the following year. A valuable first-hand look at the Great War, from the prospective of a doctor who served.
Dates: 1914 - 1915

Josiah Clark Chatfield WWI archive, 1917-1994

 Collection
Identifier: 1994-010
Scope and Contents Consists of the correspondence, personal ephemera, and photographs of Captain Josiah Clark Chatfield of the Ambulance Company 167, 117th Sanitary Train, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, American Expeditionary Forces. The correspondence (dating from 1917-1994) is comprised of 4 autograph letters from Chatfield to his father; 1 typescript letter to Lori Curtis, Associate Curator, Department of Special Collections, McFarlin Library; a carbon copy typescript copy of a speech given by General John T....
Dates: 1917 - 1994

Letter from J.O. Miller to his father, 1918-06-13

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.16
Scope and Contents Written on Army and Navy Young Men's Christian Association 'With the Colors' letterhead. "...I am a long way from home and no money so I wired you for $5.00 so I could buy some tobacco before it is too late...some country up this way, however it is kind of cool yet...my new address will be...Sgt. Jno. O. Miller, Co. C. 315th Field Signal Battalion, Signal Corps NA, AEF."
Dates: 1918-06-13

Paul Havenstrite WWI ephemera, 1917-1919

 Item
Identifier: 1992-006
Scope and Contents The Paul Havenstrite ephemera consists of the Roster of the Ambulance Co. 167, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, 117th Sanitary Train, American Expedition Forces. VERY FRAGILE: PLEASE REFER TO FACSIMILE.
Dates: 1917 - 1919

Statue of Liberty I'm Coming Home 'Toot Sweet', Undated

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Identifier: 2001.029.3
Scope and Contents A sensational new song success of the AEF as first introduced by Miss Ethel Hinton to the army of occupation. Authorized for free distribution to members of the AEF only....
Dates: Copyright: Undated

Unknown soldier WWI diary, 1918

 Collection
Identifier: 2009-029
Scope and Contents Pocket journal or notebook kept by an unidentified AEF Field Artillery soldier/officer, Company A, 114th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, while in France, 1918.

Handwritten contents include: various lists of names of section members, men on specific details, surnames, supplies; disciplinary actions taken; daily schedules and routines; diagrams of manuevers; etc.
Dates: 1918

Vernon S. Grabill WWI correspondence

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Identifier: 2001-035
Content Description 15 letters and postcards from Vernon S. Grabill (Regt. 301, Battalion C, Heavy Tanks, American Expeditionary Forces) to his cousin, Lillian Singer (Detroit, MI and Chicago, IL).
Dates: 1918 - 1919