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World War, 1914-1918

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 87 Collections and/or Records:

Honor Button. Every American should consider it an honor to wear this button, 1919

 Item — Box M438.0001: [U186024723939]
Identifier: M438.00002
Overview A print poster in blue and red ink reads "Honor button every American should consider it an honor to wear this button. Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury. Victory Liberty Loan." In the center of the poster is the image of a blue button that reads "Liberty V Loan." Poster was distributed by Heywood, Strasser and Voigt Litho. Co. in New York.

Honor Emblem. 75% of this firm's employees have bought bonds of the 4th Liberty Loan, 1918

 Item — Box M438.0001: [U186024723939]
Identifier: M438.00001
Overview A print poster in blue, red, and white ink reads "Honor Emblem 75% of this firm's employees have bought bonds of the 4th Liberty Loan." Poster depicts a white flag with a red border and four vertical blue stripes. Poster was published by Commercial Printing and Lithography.

Hyman Miller, between 1916-1920

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Identifier: B063.08.0024.00029
Overview Studio portrait of Hyman Miller wearing a World War I United States Army uniform.

Iona Wakefield for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-wakefield
Overview Iona Wakefield, a graduate of CU Boulder, reflects on the changes in Denver neighborhoods including Capitol Hill and her childhood in East Denver. Wakefield describes rides in trolley cars, her family's first car, learning to drive, and transportation in the city. Describes her memories of the end of World War I and the newspaper she kept from that day. Wakefield discusses fashion trends in the 1920s, prohibition, her social life during the roaring twenties, and her experiences during the Great...

Isadore Miller, between 1916-1920

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Identifier: B063.08.0024.00028
Overview Studio portrait of Isadore Miller wearing a World War I United States Army uniform.

Jack Fitzpatrick for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-fitzpatrick
Overview Jack Fitzpatrick, a Colorado broadcaster describes growing up in La Junta and Pueblo, moving to Denver, how WWI impacted his life, and describes his entry into the broadcasting industry. Describes the Great Depression in 1929 and the impact on many industries as well as how broadcasting profession helped people during the Depression. Fitzpatrick reflects on programming and coverage of ballroom dance events, big band performances at Trocadero Ballroom at Elitches, and baseball games.

Kay Zinky for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-zinky
Overview Kay Zinky, born in Rocky Ford, reflects on living in Colorado Springs, her connections to Mrs. Spencer Penrose and her memories of the Broadmoor hotel. Zinky discusses her experience performing for the troops during WWI and WWII and the changes to Colorado Springs after the Air Force Academy opened. Kay Zinky details her research on the B'hai faith and ʻAbduʼl-Bahá's visit to Colorado in 1912.

Lewis J. Carter for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-carter
Overview Lewis J. Carter, a former judge in Central City, reflects on his life in Central City and Blackhawk and the history of the area. Discusses the start of Central City as a mining camp, the large immigrant population, and working in the mines. Reflects on his first political position on the City Council and his political career from there including his time in the state legislature and then as a judge in Central City. Discusses the impact of World War I on the mining industry and Central City's...

List of the First Corps Artillery Park with Addresses, 1919 July 20

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Identifier: B255.01.0001.0004.00002
Overview List of members and home addresses of the First Corps Artillery Park, Truck Company No. 2 on July 20, 1919 in Brest, France. Sidney Israelski was an American soldier in the First Corps Artillery Park, Truck Unit Two, Third Army Corps of the American Expeditionary Forces. His address is listed as 549 Ogden St., Denver, Colorado.

Lowell Thomas Copies, between 1915-1950

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Identifier: U201.02.0141.0018.00002