World War, 1914-1918
Found in 11 records:
Two hundred sixty-three photographs, some printed as postcards, and 89 negatives of Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kansas, during World War I when Camp Funston was used as a training facility. Joseph Pennell is noted as the photographer for some, though not all, of the photographs. The photographs and negatives portray structures and buildings on Camp Funston grounds, as well as soldiers and officers stationed there.
Rolled silver gelatin panoramic photographic print, probably of Camp Funston, the training camp built at Fort Riley, Kansas during World War I. The photograph was taken by Verne O. Williams Photographic Co. Kansas City, Missouri.
This collection of Deane Emmet Ackers papers contains official papers, certificates, and medals from Ackers' military service in World War I; two scrapbooks which document Ackers' long civilian career as a leader in the utility industry; and records of Ackers' death and funeral service.
Neider's letters are all written to his sister, Mrs. T. H. Hack, who lived in Lawrence, Kansas. The letters date from his first day of active service until his discharge and return home. Neider related army life in the United States and France.
Willard Hayden served with the United States Army Medical Corps in France during World War I. This collection contains Mr. Hayden's correspondence to his family and photographs taken in Europe during his service. The collection also contains documents and extensive photographs relating to his daughter Pauline Nunemaker's ancestors, genealogy, and family history.
Jayhawker in France, v.1 no.2. Unofficial organ of the 137th infantry, Sampigny, France, Wednesday, February 5, 1919.
Kansas native Wint Smith, a lawyer by profession, served in the military and the United States Congress. This collection includes correspondence, records related to Smith's military and Congressional career, speeches, photographs, diaries, maps, and other related materials.
The photographs in this collection include group portraits and bird's eye views of soldiers and military camps around the United States during World War I. Three of the photographs were taken at Gettsburg, Pennyslvania. All of the photographs have been flattened and wrapped around a structural tube for support due to their length.
World War I promotional poster to encourage African Americans to support the United States' war effort after it entered the worldwide conflict.
The collection consists of two black and white photographs. Both are unidentified unit group portraits of men in World War I-era uniforms.