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WWI. World War I and Louisville

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Identifier: WWI

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

John B. "Jack" Marshall papers

 Unprocessed — Box 1
Identifier: 2011_009-UA

Benjamin and William Pike World War I Correspondence

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1994_046-UA
Scope and Contents The World War I letters between Benjamin and William Pike and family members were graciously lent by Aliene Pike of Columbia, Kentucky, to the University Archives in 1993 for copying. Family members include their mother, father, and sister. Both Pikes served in the United States Army from 1916 through 1919 and both were stationed overseas. The brothers letters comment on weather, scenery, speculations about what is happening back home on the farm and pleas to have everyone write to them....

William F. Porter papers

Identifier: 2010_086-UA
Summary Personal papers of Dr. William Forest Porter, including medical licensure and obituary, but primarily papers related to World War I service in the United States Medical Corps.

H. Porter Pryor papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1981_092-UA
Scope and Contents Personal papers and memorabilia from World War I and the peace negotiations that followed, kept by H. Porter Pryor of Louisville.Notably photographs, illustrative materials, souvenir editions of US, French, and English newspapers, a map with pencilled combat lines, war poems (various authors, most printed), correspondence and official notices to Pryor from the U S Army and the US Civil Service Commission, correspondence to get him the position of field clerk. Also Miss Landau's...