World War, 1914-1918 -- France
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 1 letter, assorted mission reports, 30 daily ammunition reports of the 5th Australian Division, 25th Field Artillery (Howitzer) Brigade during WWI.
Dates: 1916-09 - 1916-10
Scope and Contents World War I diary, written by Denton E. Brome Jr., beginning on approximately September 14, 1917 and ending on August 17, 1918. The diary chronicles Brome's duties as a Navy Corpsman stationed in France. Subject matter includes the daily duties of hospital maintenance, wound clean-up, and patient care, as well as excursions from the hospital to tourist sites, restaurants, and other hospitals. The diary is 200 pages in length with 20 pages containing full diary entries and numerous other...
Dates: 1917 November 27 - 1918 July 14
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of twenty photographs ranging in dates from 1866 -1917. Seventeen of the photos were taken during World War I, mostly of U.S. and European soldiers in uniform. The WWI photographs were taken in England, France, and Russia. Two other photos were taken in 1866 and 1867 respectively, one is of a man in civilian clothing, the other is of a man in military uniform. Accompanying the picture of the soldier from 1867 are five military documents/correspondence ranging...
Dates: 1912 - 1919
Scope and Contents This collection contains twelve letters written by Rumsey Bissell Marston just prior to and during his deployment to France and Great Britain during WWI to his father, mother, brother and sisters. Additional items in the collection are: his military service record, a photograph, a drawing, and the envelopes in which the letters were sent.
Dates: 1918 - 1919
Scope and Contents 49 lantern slides documenting scenes from WWI France.
Dates: approximately 1914-1918
Scope and Contents An original manuscript diary kept by Carroll P. Crosby, recording his service during World War I. Also includes his accompanying address book with the names and addresses of fellow soldiers, nurses, French civilians, and young French women, as well as notes. Crosby's account begins in January 1918 and continues until the end of the year, when he returned to the United States from France.Crosby was a PFC in Co. F, 101st Engineers. he describes a number of battles, in the trenches,...
Scope and Contents Le 120 "Court", no.7, 1 Nov., 1915; L'Artileur déchainé, no. 11, 25 Déc., 1915; Le Bataillon, no. 42, 31 Mars., 1916; Le Bataillon, no. 53, 14 Juil., 1916; Le Bochofage, no. 22 ,15 Juil., 1918; La Bourguinotte, no. 8, 11 Avril, 1916; Le Camouflet, no. 7, 15 Oct., 1916; Le Carnard du Boyau, no. 6, Avril-Mai 1916; Le Canard Poilu, no. 51, 9 Fev., 1916; Le Crapouillot, no. 1 (n.d.); L'écho du Boyau, no. 20, Oct. 1917; Lécho des Gourbis, no. 15, Avril 1916; L'écho des Tranchées, no. 66, 20 Déc.,...
Dates: 1915 - 1918
Dates: 1915 - 1918