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World War, 1914-1918 -- Women.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Corinna Haven Putnam and Joseph Lindon Smith WWI archive, 1914-1958

Identifier: 2009-038
Scope and Contents

Catalog of World War I archive of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lindon Smith of material gathered while preparing their work Rising above the Ruins in France.

These materials are in English and French.

Dates: 1914 - 1958; Majority of material found within 1914 - 1921

Jennifer Carlson WWI era Nurse's Cap and Pin, Undated

 Item — Box 000023222274
Identifier: 2017-038
Scope and Contents

This collection contains a nurse’s linen cap, or a part thereof. Buttonholes lay beneath fold, suggesting a scarf may have covered the rear. There is also a mass produced pin with a cameo-like portrait of what may be a nurse.

Dates: Undated

Keepsake archive, 1978-1999

Identifier: 1978-025
Scope and Contents

Starting in 1978, the Department of Special Collections at McFarlin Library, the University of Tulsa, has produced a series of booklets and pamphlets under the rubric of Keepsakes. The archive consists of those materials gathered during their production. Consists of graphics, artwork, production layouts, and related materials for Special Collections keepsake publications.

Dates: 1978 - 1999

Peggy Hamilton. Three Years or the Duration: The Memoirs of a Munitions Worker, 1914-1918

Identifier: 1992-021
Scope and Contents

Layouts of title page and preliminary pages, heavily revised typescript, mock-up/layout of proposed illustrations, and original specimen pages (Peter Owen Ltd/Daedalus Press 1978 edition) of Lady Peggy Hamilton's memoir, Three Years or the Duration, concerning women workers in English munition factories during World War I. The book was published in 1978 by Peter Owen.

Dates: 1914 - 1918

Roy G. Saunders collection of Mattie Dial Hughes WWI letters, 1918-1922

Identifier: 2010-102
Scope and Contents

17 letters in French (10 of which have English translations) plus 2 English tranlations with no accompanying French letters from Gilberte Laplace and her [adoptive] mother, a refugee from the Ardennes during WWI; written to Gilberte's "god-mother" and benefactor, Mattie Dial Hughes.

Dates: 1918 - 1922