World War, 1914-1918
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes photographs as well as non-photographic materials having to do with the 313th Infanty, 79th Division of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, circa 1917-1919.
This collection contains papers related to Albert Zimmerman’s travels around the world to see the sights and investigate trade possibilities in the hardware manufacturing industry. This includes a travel diary and letters sent to his family in Baltimore, Maryland.
This collection contains an album of approximately 91 photographs assembled by Baltimore-native Arthur Gray (1896-1963) during his training at Camp McClellan (now Fort McClellan) in Alabama as well as his service in France during World War I, circa 1917-1919.
This collection contains correspondence and other manuscript materials related to the Dugan and Robison families, circa 1786-1991.The bulk of the collection consists of letters written by Harriet Buchanan Dugan to her daughter Jane Mary Dugan Robison, as well as the papers of John Keeler Robison, an officer in the United States Navy and chief of the Navy's Bureau of Engineering.
This collection consists of photographs of soldiers at the Red Cross Institute for the Blind learning various skills in the aftermath of World War I. Also included are images of administrators and visiting dignitaries such as Queen Elizabeth and Helen Keller.
This collection contains photographs made or collected by Lt. Bernard W. Figgins, thought to have originated during his service in the United States Navy in World War I, depicting ships (Stockton, USS Von Steuben, Jason, USS Hopkins) and crews including African American sailors. There are a few images made in 1964-1970.