Julia Lide was in the Army Nurse Corps during World War I. Included here is a biographical sketch, service record, and a transcript of a letter from Colonel David L. Stone. In the letter Colonel Stone commends Lide and the other nurses at the 3rd...
In the first letter, written February 17, 1919, Owen thanks Pahnke for the material he has sent, and he asks him to gather postcards, pamphlets, weapons, and uniforms to add to the collections at the Archives. He also discusses events in...
In the first letter, written June 11, 1919, Gilmer pledges his support for Underwood in the next election; expresses his disapproval of President Wilson, especially regarding the League of Nations; and criticizes the method of ratifying the recent...
In the first letter, written May 23, 1919, Lang pledges his support for Underwood in the upcoming election, despite some disagreements over prohibition and the League of Nations. He also asks Underwood to support his friend, Lloyd M. Hooper, for...
In the brief letter, the Strike Committee orders members of the Association "to stop playing at once, until further notice." The 1919 strike ended the dominance of theater owners, investors, and producers in New York.
The first passage includes a letter from Zelda in May 1919, written from Montgomery, Alabama. In it she discusses homecoming celebrations in the city at the end of World War I, and she asks Scott about his next visit. She also mentions photographs...
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