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19529
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The state's War Savings Campaign was headquartered in Winston-Salem and organized by Col. F.H. Fries appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. The campaign focused on two goals; first, to make citizens more aware of World War I and second, to finance war efforts. The campaign raised $27,649,397, only 56.8 percent of the state's intended goal of $48,666,380.
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A reprint of Colonel Joseph Hyde Pratt's diary maintained from May 18, 1918 through July 7, 1918. Col. Pratt was from Chapel Hill and commissioned October 9, 1918.
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19528
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This is a reprint of an address delivered by Dr. Albert Shaw to the State Literary and Historical Association of North Carolina at Raleigh on December 7, 1923. Dr. Shaw comments on the importance of historical research and the role of historians for the United States in the early 20th-century.
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