World War I scrapbook


Title
World War I scrapbook
Description
A World War I scrapbook (1917-1919) contains letters, photographs, sketches, typescripts, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous printed material relating to Dorothy Repiton Knox's acquaintances and the war in general. Subjects discussed include Chickamauga Park, Camp Greene, the aviation school at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Ga., Fort Riley, Kan., life at home, the air war, medical training at the University of Pennsylvania and the effect of the war on the university's student body, Evacuation Hospital No. 7 of the A.E.F., Red Cross volunteers at the Southern Railway Station in Charlotte, N.C., and activities of the 30th Division of U.S. troops. Photographs and other material in the scrapbook reflect the activities of Miss Knox, Philip Woolcott, Don R. Harris, Vincent E. D. Bragg, William Carey Dowd, Jr., George A. Somarindyck, Howard L. Mingos, Earl E. Pease, and Forrest L. Marsh. Date approximated.
Date
1917-1919
Original Format
scrapbooks
Extent
28cm x 35cm
Local Identifier
0180-s8-b17
Contributor(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
Rights
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