Before he assumed the position of county superintendent in October 1917, Feagin investigated the local schools to assess their conditions and needs: "The observations of the physical equipment made while on my visits to the schools for whites were...
The arrival and departure dates at each location are also recorded. The list is made on Y.M.C.A. stationery; the letterhead reads "American Y.M.C.A. / U.S. Army of Occupation. / Sinzig, on the Rhine, Germany. / 167th Reg. Rainbow Div."
In the letter Mrs. Wallace informs Bankhead that female citizens of Alabama are opposed to conscription, and she asks him to vote against the proposed selective service legislation. She argues that the proponents of the draft "show to the world...
At the beginning of the registers, students were to sketch the layout of their gardens. On the next pages they were to record the kinds of fruits and vegetables grown; the dates of planting and harvesting; the type of work done; the cost of seeds,...
During World War I, Moses served as a sergeant in Company A of the 4th Alabama Infantry (which became part of the 167th United States Infantry). In the postcard he mentions that he missed seeing his brother in New York, and he explains that he is...
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