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World War, 1914-1918

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:

Oral History Interview with Harry Shwartz, 1981 July 15

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Identifier: B098.13.0010.00005
Overview Topics include Harry's experiences in the Army during World War I and serving with General Maurice Rose; how Henry came to Denver, opportunity school, the 10th Street Shul and Beginnings and activities at Rodef Shalom.

Oral History Interview with Ruth Dobin Stein, 1978 March 8

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Identifier: B098.01.0004.00078
Overview Interviewed about life in Russia during World War I, family life and Jewish life in Pueblo, Colorado.

Our Casualty Lists

 Item — Box M438.0001: [U186024723939]
Identifier: M438.00005
Overview A black and white poster reads "Our casualty lists - Let's not get used to them - Let's STOP them - quickly! How? By rolling up an overwhelming subscription to the Fourth Liberty Loan. After four long, frightful years the tide of battle is turning! The time has come at last when MONEY MIGHT will go far toward hastening the Victory that will stop these dreadful casualty lists and bring our boys home again. Buy Liberty Bonds - to the very limit of your means! Never mind how many you have bought...

Philip Brown, 1919-1963

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Identifier: B111.01.0001.0018
Overview Phillip P. Brown (1912-1994) was a Jewish activist and writer in Denver. He was part of the Motor Transport Corps of the U.S. Army, and was promoted to Seargent First Class in 1919. He married Juliette Lang on December 18, 1921, and they had two children, Jerome and Cecile. He fought in World War II from 1941-1945. Brown wrote a number of pamphlets and essays about Judaism, including: "Judaism and Christianity: Fundamental Differences," and "Why Jews & Judaism Could not and Should not...

Postcard From Germany During World War I, 1919 July 9

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Identifier: B255.01.0001.0002.00002
Overview The front of the postcard shows a three-story building and a wagon. Two women are looking out of second-story windows. The translation of the German handwritten on the back of the postcard: ''To Mr. Sidney Israelski, For the pleasant memory of Germany on the banks of the beautiful Rhine, a dear enemy dedicates this picture to you. Your quarters where daily you came in and out on a daily basis from December 14, 1918 until July 13, 1919. Pfaffendorf near Coblenz on the Rhine on July, 9, 1919,...

Real Estate Honor Emblem

 Item — Box M438.0001: [U186024723939]
Identifier: M438.00003
Overview A print poster in blue and red ink reads "Real Estate Honor Emblem. The quota of this property of the Victory Liberty Loan (based on its assessed valuation) has been subscribed. Real Estate Division Victory Liberty Loan." In blue ink at the bottom of the poster, a stamp reads "Allied Printing Trades Council Union Label New York City." A red, white, and blue banner is depicted with five vertical red stripes and four vertical white stripes, with a blue "V" printed over the strips. At the top of...

Roosevelt Memorial

 Item — Box M438.0001: [U186024723939]
Identifier: M438.00014
Overview Poster reads "Roosevelt Memorial. Theodore Roosevelt born October 27, 1858. 'Thrift is common sense applied to spending.' Buy Treasury Savings Certificates. Governemnt Loan Organization. Second Federal Reserve District." Poster includes a black and white photograph of Theodore Roosevelt surrounded by a tan and black drawn frame. Underneath and to the right of the photograph is text that reads "© A. L. Pach."

Roster of the First Corps Artillery Park, 1919

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Identifier: B255.01.0001.0004.00003
Overview Truck Company No. Two, First Corps Artillery Park roster. There is a red circle with an image inside and around the circle is an eagle and an American flag. At the top of the roster is printed: ''First C.A.P.'' Sidney Israelski was an American soldier in the First Corps Artillery Park, Truck Unit Two, Third Army Corps of the American Expeditionary Forces.

ROTC Drill on Campus, circa 1917

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Identifier: U201.01.0120.0033.00006
Overview Blakc and white print of ROTC and SATC cadets, and a few men in civilian clothers, marching in a drill with rifles on the University Park campus of the University of Denver during World War I.

ROTC Parade in Downtown Denver, 1918

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Identifier: U201.01.0120.0033.00003
Overview Dr. David Shaw Duncan (later University of Denver chancellor), Granville Johnson (professor of physical education), Earl Engle, and Reuben Borgeson march in an ROTC parade in downtown Denver, Colorado during World War I.