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From the Emilie and Marie Stapp Collection.

April-May 1918

From the Emilie and Marie Stapp Collection. Photograph of a soldier and his family at the "Glory to France" celebration of French independence, at Westchester Gardens, home of Izanna Chamberlain on Grand Ave., in Des Moines, Iowa.

14 July 1918

From the Emilie and Marie Stapp Collection. Photograph of three girls at the "Glory to France" celebration of French independence, at Westchester Gardens, home of Izanna Chamberlain on Grand Ave., in Des Moines, Iowa.

14 July 1918

From the Emilie and Marie Stapp Collection. Pamphlet featuring photos of President Woodrow Wilson, Commander in Chief of Allied Armies on the Western Front Marshal Foch and General John Pershing of the American Armies of France.

1918

From the Emilie and Marie Stapp Collection. Three panel pamphlet, left panel contains a photograph of Marshal Foch, the middle panel is reserved for a soldier.

1918

From the Tigert (David Neal) Letters; this collection contains approximately 200 letters written by David Neal Tigert to his family while he was at basic training at Fort Sam Houston in Texas. Letter from Tigert in Camp Pike, Arkansas.

23 September 1918

From the Special Collection Books. Roll of honor, dedicated to the memory of those employees of the company and of the Federal administration who gave their lives in their country's service during war.

1918

From the Rare Books Collection. A booklet from the New York Railway Club detailing new technologies in tie tampers for the era.

1918

From the Rare Books Collection. Copy of the U.S. President's proclamation to create the National War Labor Program.

1918

From the Rare Books Collection. A pamphlet of Circular no. 58 embodying rules and regulations governing priority in production superceding Circular no. 4 and all amendments thereto. Includes signatures of Edwin B. Parker, Priorities Commissioner, and Bernard M. Baruch, Chairman of the War Industries Board.

20 November 1918

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A Hattiesburg Coca-Cola Bottling Company statement in the amount of $280.80 to the Tatum Lumber Company.

November 1918

From the Tatum Family Business Records. A letter from the Hattiesburg Coca-Cola Bottling Company to the Tatum Lumber Company regarding invoices.

9 December 1918

Photograph of College Hall; 8 x 6

1918

From the Grimsley (Reagan L.) Research Collection. Pamphlet "Souvenir Castle", 113th Engineers. Camp Shelby, Miss. Contains photographs of officers, along with brief biographical sketches; camp scenes; photos of non-commissioned officers and enlisted men; and information regarding the history of the 113th.

August 1918

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. Biennial Report of the Board of Oyster Commissioners. The report contains information regarding the opinions and recommendations of the board to the Mississippi Legislature.

1918-1919

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. Biennial report from the director of the Jefferson Davis Beauvoir memorial home.

1918-1919

The first issue of the Nomal College News,published on December 21, 1918; 6 x 9

12 December 1918

From the Hattiesburg Historical Photographs; Photograph of Dr. Sweet and a nurse from the Public Health Service at work during the influenza epidemic of 1918.

1918

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