Bradley, Isaac S.; Brett, William Howard, 1846-1918; Crunden, Frederick Morgan, 1847-1911; Day, B. S.; Dexter, L. A.; Garland, Caroline H.; Jones, Ada Alice; Meleney, George B.; Patten, Frank C.; Wing, J. N.
Day, May; Wyer, James Ingersoll, 1869-1955; Belden, Charles Frances Dorr, 1870-1931; Andrews, Clement Walker, 1858-1930; Hill, Frank Pierce, 1855-1941; Meyer, Herman H. B., 1864-1937; Meyer, Herman H. B., Mrs.
World War I; Posters; Soldiers; Library War Service
The Camp Library Is Yours; Read to Win the War; You will find popular books for fighting men in the recreational building and at other points in this Camp. Free. No red tape. Open every day. Good reading will help you advance. Library War Service;...
World War I; Posters; Libraries; Library War Service
A necessary part of your equipment; Knowledge gained from books telling why how where you are to fight; At your camp library; American Library Association; Free to Every Man in Camp; Open Every Day and Evening
Carnegie Centenary, November 25, 1935. Surely no civilized community in our day can resist the conclusion that the killing of man by man, as a means of settling international disputes, is the foulest blot upon human society, the greatest curse of...
Young Gladiator to retiring old one.- "Well done, father!! You fought the brute well in your day, but I'm greatly mistaken, if, before my time is up, I have not driven the beast clean out of the country."
Erin.- "Well if my Countrymen and Countrywomen persist in spending their money on rubbish at those Foreign shops, and won't buy their own splendid goods I will have to put up the National shutters, and go out of trade altogether."