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Special Collections -- Scrapbooks -- World War I.

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:

AEF Railway Engineers WWI photo-scrapbook, 1917-1919

 Collection
Identifier: 2013-022
Scope and Contents The album documents barracks life, rifle range acitivity, the Army Service School, Leavenworth prison, engineer training (road march, bivouac, pontoon bridges, walls, base camps, and locomotives (including some from the Paris-Orleans railway), rolling stock (box cars, flat cars, and tank car gondolas), steam shovels, and trucks (5 ton and ambulances). Post-war images include vehicles, buildings, construction (railroad bridge, river lock, river boat crane, barges, paved roads, etc.).
Dates: 1917 - 1919

"Another Victim of War to Be Buried by Legion", 1921-10

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.34
Scope and Contents Press cutting of an Associated Press article, excised from an unidentified [Dallas] newspaper.
Dates: Publication: 1921-10

Ben Byrnes collection of John Oscar Miller WWI archive

 Collection
Identifier: 2010-044
Content Description Correspondence, press cuttings, snapshots, documents, and memorabilia, all assumed to have originally been pasted onto black paper pages and housed in a post-bound,scrapbook with dark gray, cloth-covered covers. "My Memory Book" is stamped in gold in upper left corner of the front cover. Pages on which items were pasted are extremely soft, powdery and fragile; All items were carefully removed from the pages by archivist. The original order of the items appeared to be destroyed before...
Dates: 1912 - 1921

"Bodies of Texas Soldiers Will Arrive Thursday", 1921-10

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.34
Scope and Contents Press cutting of an Associated Press article, excised from an unidentified [Dallas] newspaper.
Dates: Publication: 1921-10

"Body of Dallas Soldier to be Buried by Legion", 1921-10-21

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.34
Scope and Contents "The body of Sergeant John Oscar Miller...Dallas soldier, who was killed near Romagne France...will be received in Dallas by Ed C. Smith and Bros Undertaking Company Thursday morning...."
Dates: Publication: 1921-10-21

Card from Bell Telephone System to John S. Miller, 1921-10

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.37
Scope and Contents Sympathy card from John S. Miller's co-workers at Bell Telephone.
Dates: 1921-10

Commemorative portrait of J.O. Miller, Undated

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.1
Scope and Contents Reproduction of a studio portrait of John Oscar Miller, framed in a rectangular red and blue vertical stripes,surrounding a cream rectangle with gold-rimmed oval; a gold-rimmed 5-point star gloats above the oval which frames the portrait.
Dates: Undated

"Country Lads Answer Roll and Prepare for War...", 1917-10

 Item
Identifier: 2010.044.1.3
Scope and Contents "Bid Good-bye to Wives and Sweethearts and Go with Stout Hearts."
Dates: 1917-10