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Name World War I
Number of Archive records 5
Number of Library records 4
Number of Object records 6
Number of Photo records 5

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Album - CAHC 2006.139

Binder of newspaper clippings, maps and miscellaneous documents relating to World War I.

Image of Correspondence - CAHC 2006.139

Correspondence - CAHC 2006.139

Several letters written by Percival Ansell Sawyer during WW I. Includes original Notice of Certification to District Board dated September 15, 1917 for Percival Ansell Sawyer.

Image of Letter - CAHC 2007.37

Letter - CAHC 2007.37

Letters from J. R. Carver to his wife during World War I.

Image of Card, Draft - CAHC 2007.37

Card, Draft - CAHC 2007.37

World War I draft card for J. R. Carver dated September 13, 1917 from the Secretary of War ordering him to report to the office of Local Board for the County of Waldo, Belfast, Maine at 2 p.m. on September 18, 1917. He was transferred to the Army mobilization camp in Ayer, MA.

Scrapbook - WHC 2016.2

Oversize scrapbook belonging to Philip Leonard containing clippings of local events 1981-1985. Includes typewritten history of the Leonard family. Scrapbook of World War I, 1914-1918. Scrapbook of famous authors by Nettie Ernestine Knight, wife of Philip Leonard.

Image of Jewelry - CAHC 2006.139

Jewelry - CAHC 2006.139

World War I memorabilia: bullets, patches, (2) pins from Luxembourg, chain of old coins, Canadian charm bracelet, hatchet pin, rifle pin 304, bracelet, rings, US pin, flag pin, bow tie pin.

Apron - WHC 2017.9

Souvenir apron, made in France, 1919.

Image of Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Souvenir handkerchief, purple with flags along the edges. Likely made in France around the end of World War I.

Image of Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Souvenir handkerchief, pink with lace edge. Made in France after World War I. Embroidered in one corner are the words "Souvenir de France." The flags of the countries involved in the war are embroidered above the words.

Image of Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Souvenir handkerchief made in France after World War I. Bright pink with lace edging, the handkerchief has the words "Souvenir from France" embroidered in one corner. The year "1919" is also embroidered in the corner, made up of the colors of the flags of the participating countries.

Image of Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

Handkerchief - WHC 2017.9

An oversize souvenir handkerchief, made in France at the end of World War I. In the center in a square of lace, the phrase "Souvenir de France" and the year "1918" are embroidered. The year has been embroidered in the colors of the flags of participating countries. The handkerchief also has small flower baskets embroidered on it, and lace around the edges.

Image of Diary - CAHC 2007.64

Diary - CAHC 2007.64

Two volume memoir of the World War I Experiences of Corp. Maurice E. Payson, Sr., HQRS. Co., 9th Inf. Second Division. Payson was born August 24, 1893 and died October 25, 1975. Corp. Maurice E. Payson, Sr. left for the war from Camden in May of 1918. Volume II is the account of World War I as experienced by Corp. Maurice E. Payson, Sr. of Camden, Maine, from the end of the war in November 1918 to his return home to Camden in August 1919. Includes the Battle of St. Mihiel, the Battle of Blanc Mont Ridge, and the Meuse-Argonne Battle.

Image of Diary - CPL 2007.57

Diary - CPL 2007.57

Photocopies of a handwritten journal kept by a flying boat pilot during 1917-1918. Journal appears to have been shipped home to family members prior to the writer's death on 28 October 1918 in a wartime flight over British waters. Includes copies of postcards, photos of planes, service men and a few letters. Benjamin Lee was a resident of Blueberry Farm in Melvin Heights in Camden, Maine.

Image of Book - WHC 2010.67

Book - WHC 2010.67

A study of American public opinion 1914-1917 focusing on why the United States entered World War I and the force of public opinion in war-making.

Image of Book - WHC 2013.23

Book - WHC 2013.23

Military service histories of the descendants of James Beveridge and Jean McKinney White. Each service history contains the veteran's name, birth/death date, relationship to James and Jean Beveridge, service number, wars/campaigns, highest rank, overseas service, service aboard ship, medals/ribbons, duty position, period of service, personal commentary and sources of information. Principal names included are Alexander, Anderws, Arau, Ball, Banks, Barclay, Beverage, Beveridge, Bickmore, Blanchard, Bodine, Bolvin, Brown, Carver, Chipley, Christensen, Collins, Crafts, Crockett, Dailey, Danforth, Dillingham, Doughty, Eaton, Flower, Fogg, Foltz, Freeman, Fuller, Gahan, Glover, Gratrix, Hall, H

Image of Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Photograph of the Welcome Home Parade at the end of World War I.

Image of Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Photograph of the Welcome Home Parade at the end of World War I.

Image of Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.103

Photograph of the Welcome Home Parade at the end of World War I. The photo shows men on horseback riding up Main Street past Ayer's Fish Market.

Image of Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.37

Print, Photographic - CAHC 2007.37

Family portrait of the James Russell Carver family during World War I

Image of Album, Photograph - WHC 2014.7

Album, Photograph - WHC 2014.7

Eight small photo albums - 7 with black covers and 1 with brown suede cover Several loose photos of Camden (3 x 4.5") from the turn of the century. Two of the albums show WWI era photos in Boston. Captain Husby was the captain of the SS Capulin and also the Monaloa. Album titles are: "Capt. John Husby"; "The Family Album"; "Franklin's Vacation Days 1920"; "Franklin's Vacation Days in Camden"; "11 Maple Street, Taunton, and Boston Public Garden"; "Some of the Boys of the 26th Taken in Boston"; "Photographs Camden, Maine"