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Arthur T. Lobdel, Military Records contains correspondence, military records, maps, photographs, diaries, newspaper articles, and other records that document Lobdel’s experiences during World War I.
The collection includes Fred Morrow Fling's correspondence from 1894-1922, materials related to his research on the French Revolution, his manuscript about Mirabeau, scrapbooks, and lecture notes.
The collection consists of newspapers dealing with the occupation of France by the Nazi forces during World War II. The collection also contains other publications, including a letter written in 1939. The newspapers urge French citizens to support French troops in the fight against Germany. Many of these newspapers were created by clandestine and revolutionary groups, both before the start of the war and during the war.
The papers consist of six handwritten letters from William McGeachin to his mother while stationed in Europe during World War I. McGeachin wrote about traveling and seasickness, battles and fighting on the front lines, the weather, food, influenza, and the engineering classes he was taking. Included are some photocopies of articles about McGeachin.