Collection Number: D509.W78

Collection Title: World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944

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Abstract Pamphlets relating to World War I and the home front including: publications of the American Friends' Service Committee, the American Legion, the Red Cross, the University of North Carolina, the American Library Association and other organizations. Pamphlets cover information on war and civil liberties, venereal disease, women's war efforts, war work, gardening and food production diet, speeches, libraries, religion, debt, causes and various social aspects, among other topics.
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Pamphlets relating to World War I and the home front including: publications of the American Friends' Service Committee, the American Legion, the Red Cross, the University of North Carolina, the American Library Association and other organizations. Pamphlets cover information on war and civil liberties, venereal disease, women's war efforts, war work, gardening and food production diet, speeches, libraries, religion, debt, causes and various social aspects, among other topics.

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About 175 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by author, followed by pamphlets authored by various authors. Unknown authors are listed at the end.

Folder 3

Allen, George H., et al. The True Story of a Scrap of Paper. George Barrie's Sons, 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Appendix to a larger series of volumes on World War I.

17 pages.

Folder 11

American Alliance for Labor & Democracy. Labor's Red, White and Blue Book. United States Department of Agriculture, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

A letter to the president by Herbert Hoover, United States Food Administrator, 11 July 1918

4 pages.

Folder 14

American Red Cross. Manual of Home Service. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Bulletin of the Department of Development.

7 pages.

Folder 11

American School of Home Economics. Food Values: practical methods in diet calculations. United States Department of Agriculture, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

Volume 1, number 9.

23 pages.

Folder 2

American Friends Service Committee. American Friends Service Committee Bulletin, Number 23. Dangerfield Printing Company, 1905 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 2

Map of Europe and Middle East showing Germany and its allies.

Folder 3

American Friends Service Committee American Friends Service Committee Bulletin, Number 24. Bureau of Railway Economics, 1918? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Operating returns: fiscal years ending 31 December, 1916 and 1917.

Considerable tearing.

Folder 9

American Home Economics Association. Syllabus of Home Economics. The Ten Bosch Company, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Complete analysis and explanation of normal taxes and special war taxes.

31 pages.

Folder 3

American Library Asssociation. American Library Association, Library War Service. League to Enforce Peace, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Promotional leaflet.

4 pages.

American Library Association. Miscellaneous letters, etc. The Field & Queen, Ltd., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Reprinted from the Germania.

4 pages.

American Library Association. Promotional bookmarks. National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Report submitted by Charles Recht, Counsel, to the New York Bureau of Legal Advice, 15 January 1919.

33 pages.

American Library Association. Soldiers, Sailors and Books. American Alliance for Labor and Democracy, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Official record of the organized labor movement of America in relation to the World War.

31 pages.

Folder 14

American Red Cross. The American Red Cross: organization and activities. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Report of the Red Cross Commission to France, July-December 1918.

58 pages.

American Red Cross. Reports of the American Red Cross Commissions. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Volume III, number 2.

American Red Cross. The Work in Europe of the American Red Cross. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Reprint from the Red Cross Magazine, May 1919.

11 pages.

American Red Cross. The Red Cross Commission to France. American Red Cross, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet for the Home Service of the American Red Cross.

14 pages.

American Red Cross. Proposed Plan for World-Wide Coordination of Red Cross Activities. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet.

30 pages.

American Red Cross. Home Dietetics. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

A syllabus for the use of teachers directing a study of Red Cross history, ideals, etc.

30 pages.

American Red Cross. The Red Cross Bulletin. American Red Cross, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet.

16 pages.

American Red Cross. The Life-Saving Corps. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet.

7 pages.

American Red Cross. Refugee Garments, Infant's Layette. American Red Cross, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet for schoolchildren.

39 pages.

Folder 15

American Red Cross. Red Cross Bureau of Information for Nurses. Unknown, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Reprinted from the Philadelphia Public Ledger.

12 pages.

American Red Cross. About Red Cross Surgical Dressings. Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Promotional leaflet.

8 pages.

American Red Cross. The American Red Cross. Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Promotional booklet.

13 pages.

American Red Cross. Information for Nurses Concerning the Red Cross Public Health Nursing Serivce. Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Reprinted by permission from Harper's Magazine.

15 pages.

American Red Cross. The Truth About Government Insurance. Unknown, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Promotional booklet.

20 pages.

Folder 16

American Red Cross. Story of the Red Cross. Legion Publishing Company, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 12, 19 September 1919.

34 pages.

Folder 20

Anderson, B. M., Jr. Farmers and Speculators. Survey Associates, Inc., 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Volume XXXIX, number 26.

32 pages.

Folder 25

Andler, Ch. Pan-Germanism: its plans for German expansion in the world. Librairie Armand Colin, 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet, part of the Studies and Documents on the War series.

81 pages.

Bevan, Edwyn. German War Aims. Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet.

41 pages.

Folder 16

Bok, Edward W. How the Y.M.C.A Made Good. Legion Publishing Company, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 11, 12 September 1919.

34 pages.

Folder 13

British Palestine Committee. Palestine: the organ of the British Palestine Committee. American Red Cross, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Promotional booklet.

24 pages.

Folder 19

Brown, Roscoe C. E. Mobilize the Country-Home Garden. Charles C. Cook, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 19

Booklet.

48 pages.

Folder 22

Browne, Louis Edgar. New Russia in the Balance. Unknown, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

A sermon preached in Trinity Church, New York City, N.Y., on the fourth anniversary of Britain's entering the war.

10 pages.

Folder 1

Bureau of Railway Economics. Insert to Bulletin, Consecutive number 121, Monthly Report Series number 91. Unknown, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 1

World atlas with commentary.

16 pages.

Folder 13

C. S. Hammond & Co. Hammond's New Combination Large Scale War Maps, Indexed Edition. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Statement on behalf of the American Red Cross War Council on its retirement 1 March 1919.

7 pages.

Folder 21

Cairns, D. S., D. D. Christianity and Macht-Politik. Committee For Relief in Belgium, 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Promotional leaflet.

15 pages.

Folder 3

Cammaerts, Emile. To the Men Behind the Armies. T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

An address delivered on 18 February 1917 at the Aeolian Hall, at a meeting of the Fight for Right Movement.

16 pages.

Folder 22

Cardinal Mercier. Charity Towards Our Enemies. Harrison & Sons, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty, February 1918, Misc. number 3.

7 pages.

Folder 13

The Century Company. The War Cartoons of Louis Raemaekers. Douglas C. McMurtrie, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Promotional booklet.

60 pages.

Folder 20

Chaddock, Robert E. Wheat Substitutes. American Association for International Conciliation, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

International Conciliation number 143.

134 pages.

Folder 14

Committee For Belgium. American Red Cross Work for Belgium. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional leaflet.

4 pages.

Folder 16

Couper, E. J. The Work of the YMCA in France. Legion Publishing Company, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 3, 18 July 1919.

31 pages.

Folder 14

Davison, Henry P. Statement of Henry P. Davison, Chairman, on behalf of the American Red Cross War Council. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Report of the American Red Cross.

6 pages.

de Schweinitz, Karl. This Side the Trenches with the American Red Cross. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Bulletin of the Department of Military Relief.

2 copies.

12 pages.

Folder 23

Durkheim, E. Germany Above All. University of Wisconsin, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

Booklet.

32 pages.

Folder 12

Eagle Library. Draft Questionnaire: 18 to 45 years. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 12

Volume XXXIII, number 5.

24 pages.

Folder 7

Erzberger, Herr. More Contemptibles. Harrison Printing Company, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 7

Bulletin, mostly on ways of saving wheat, meat, sugar, etc.

32 pages.

Folder 1

Esso Marketers. Esso War Map. Esso Marketers, 1942 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 1

Foldout world map on one side; promotional material for Esso on opposite side.

Slight tearing.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 8

Evans, Henry. The Vital Relation of Insurance to Banking and Shipping in the World's Trad. University of North Carolina, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Number 6 of the University of North Carolina's war information series.

4 pages.

Folder 12

Fanning, C.E. Russia History and Travel. Playground & Recreation Association of America, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 12

Campaign manual.

20 pages.

Folder 3

Foust, Julius I. The State Normal and Industrial College and the War . The Patriotic League, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Promotional booklet>

12 pages.

Folder 5

Foust, Julius I. Women and the War: Lectures and Study Courses. American Library Association, 1920 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Pamphlet detailing war service of the American Library Association.

9 pages.

Folder 7

George, Lloyd. When the War will End. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 7

Circular published by the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Serivce on food production during World War I.

3 pages.

Folder 5

Griffin, I. C. University of North Carolina Extension Leaflets: Lesson plans for the study of war facts . American Library Association, various dates #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Ephemera related to the American Library Association and World War I.

Folder 8

Guaranty Trust Company. The Solvency of the Allies. Southern Railway System, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Leaflet of information about the climate and natural resources of the South.

20 pages.

Folder 20

Haldeman, I. M, D. D. Christianity and the Social Crisis. The Sacramento Bee, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Booklet detailing Japan's policy in the Far East, and how American interests are affected.

20 pages.

Folder 13

Harrison, Austin. Why President Wilson Failed. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Reports on the Red Cross's activities in Macedonia, Thrace, Bulgaria.

30 pages.

Folder 5

Hendrick, Burton J. Woodrow Wilson. Western Massachusetts Library Club, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Compiled list of books about World War I.

12 pages.

Folder 25

Hickey, Michael J. Bolshevism: Self-Defined and Self-Convicted. Cassell & Co., Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Promotional booklet.

64 pages.

Folder 11

Hopkins, Albert A., ed. Our Navy & How to Know It/ Our Army & How to Know It. United States Department of Agriculture, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet.

106 pages.

Folder 18

Italian Bureau of Public Information. Italy To-day. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 6 of the Columbia War Papers.

23 pages.

Italian Bureau of Public Information. Italy To-day. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 15 of the Columbia War Papers.

22 pages.

Italian Bureau of Public Information. Italy To-day. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 17 of the Columbia War Papers.

28 pages.

Folder 19

Italian Bureau of Public Information. Italy To-day. Fleming H. Revell Co., 1902 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 19

From "The Principles of Jesus."

4 pages.

Italian Bureau of Public Information. Italy To-day. Unknown, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 19

Reprinted from the Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pa.

24 pages.

Folder 4

Jamison, Minnie L. Bulletin of the North Caroline State Normal and Industrial College, Volume 7, number 2 . American Friends Service Committee, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 4

Bulletin detailing work the American Friends Service Committee has done for the war effort.

16 pages.

Folder 3

Johnson, Bascom. What some communities of the west and southwest have done for the protection. Brown Robertson Co., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

100 illustrations with descriptive notes and biographical sketch.

29 pages.

Folder 25

Johnson, Douglas W. Plain Words from America: a letter to a German professor. Hodder & Stoughton, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet.

48 pages.

Folder 9

Kahn, Otto H. The American Man in the Street. National City Company, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Complete description of the original and converted issues of liberty bonds.

Folder 25

Kahn, Otto H. Prussianized Germany: Americans of Foreign Descent and America's Cause. Librairie Armand Colin, 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

The German mental attitude and the war.

47 pages.

Folder 12

Kellogg, Paul U. The Survey: Free Belgium Between the Front and the Sea. United States Marine Corps Publicity Bureau, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 12

Promotional material for the Marine Corps.

32 pages.

Folder 4

Kilgore, B. W. Food Production Campaign for North Carolina. American Friends Service Committee, 1919? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 4

Bulletin of the American Friends Service Committee, requesting aid for central Europe.

20 pages.

Folder 2

Langhans, Paul, ed. Subject Nationalities to the German Alliance. Roberts & Leete, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 2

World map with quotes explaining Germany's agenda.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 3

Library War Council. Libraries for our Soldiers and Sailors. United War Work Campaign, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Report of the meeting in Madison Square Garden, a gathering of the clergy and laity of religious groups.

21 pages.

Folder 24

Lorenzoni, Giovanni. Cesare Battisti and the Trentino. United States Government, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 24

Volume 1, number 3.

8 pages.

Folder 11

Lucey, Capt. J. F. The Commission for Relief in Belgium. United States Department of Agriculture, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet.

8 pages.

Folder 21

Lundberg, Emma O. Illegitimacy in Europe as Affected by the War. National Conference of Social Work, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

pamphlet

6 pages.

Folder 8

Macaulay, T. B. America and the War Debts. University of North Carolina, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Number 10 of the University of North Carolina's war information series.

42 pages.

Folder 9

Macaulay, T. B. The Allied Debt to the United States. New York Press, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Reprints from the New York Press.

16 pages.

Folder 25

Maclean, Frank. Germany's Colonial Failure. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet.

20 pages.

Folder 22

Manning, William T., S. T. D. Great Britain's Part in the World War. Harrison & Sons, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty, April 1918, Miscellaneous number 7.

24 pages.

McClatchy, V. S. The Germany of Asia. Great Britain by Darling & Son, Ltd., 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Leaflet containing announcement of the Secretary of the Admiralty.

4 pages.

Folder 9

McKenna, Reginald. Reparations and International Debts. American Eagle Insurance Co., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Pamphlet addressed to bankers, capitalists, etc.

28 pages.

Folder 24

McKenzie, F. A. Americans at the Front. G. Bell & Sons, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 24

Volume LXV, number 3349, 26 January 1917.

13 pages.

Folder 20

McMurtrie, Douglas C. The War Cripple. T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Booklet.

2 copies.

16 pages.

Folder 23

Mead, Edwin D. Woman and War: Julia Ward Howe's Peace Crusade. National Association of Manufacturers, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

Booklet.

29 pages.

Folder 3

Meigs, Grace L. Infant Welfare Work in War Time. American Medical Association, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Reprinted article from the American Journal of Diseases of Children, Volume XIV.

18 pages.

Miller, Grace (compiler). Some Popular Books on the Great War. Hayman, Christy & Lilly, Ltd., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Reprint of George's speech in Glasgow, 1917.

16 pages.

Folder 8

Moore, Ewell D. War Tax. University of North Carolina, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Number 8 of the University of North Carolina's war information series.

4 pages.

Folder 16

Mott, John R. Criticisms about YMCA War Work and Answers. Legion Publishing Co., 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 2, 11 July 1919.

32 pages.

Folder 21

Mugerditchian, Esther. From Turkish Toils: the Narrative of an Armenian Family's Escape. Alabaster, Passmore & Sons, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Reprinted from a pastoral letter by Cardinal Mercier.

32 pages.

Folder 23

Murray, Gilbert. Great Britain's Sea Policy. George H. Doran Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

Booklet.

26 pages.

Folder 8

National City Company. United States Government War Loans. University of North Carolina, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Number 1 of the University of North Carolina's after-the-war information series.

14 pages.

Folder 9

National City Company. Digest of Income and War-Excess Profits Tax Law. Sun Life Assurance Company, 1922 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Reprinted from the Montreal Star, 19 December 1922.

11 pages.

Folder 3

National Civil Liberties Bureau. The Facts About Conscientious Objectors in the United States. National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Pamphlet of facts "secured chiefly from official records and correspondence with the War Department."

Large tear at bottom.

32 pages.

Folder 7

National Civil Liberties Bureau. American Deportation and Exclusion Laws. Harrison Printing Co., 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 7

Pamphlet listing available courses/lectures at the Normal & Industrial College in Greensboro, N.C.

5 pages.

Folder 19

National Committee On Prisons and Prison Labor. German Subjects Within Our Gates. George H. Doran Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 19

Booklet.

24 pages.

Folder 9

National Emergency Food Garden Committee. Manual for Home Storage, Pickling, Fermentation and Salting Vegetables. Sun Life Assurance Co., 1922 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Reprinted from the Washington Star, 27 August 1922.

2 copies.

12 pages.

Folder 11

National Emergency Food Garden Committee. The Food Garden Primer. United States Department of Agriculture, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 19.

3 copies.

6 pages.

Folder 9

National War Garden Commission. War Vegetable Gardening & Home Storage of Vegetables. Guaranty Trust Company, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Promotional pamphlet.

38 pages.

National War Garden Commission. War Gardening and Home Storage of Vegetables for the Southern States. National City Co., 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Digest of the Revenue Act of 1918, with tables for calcuation of tax.

88 pages.

National War Garden Commission. War Gardening and Home Storage of Vegetables. Committee of American Business Men, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

Reprinted letter to the London Times.

16 pages.

National War Garden Commission. Food Drying Progress and Importance. New York Trust Company, 1922 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 9

An address at the convention of the American Bankers Association.

13 pages.

Folder 11

National War Garden Commission. Home Canning and Drying of Vegetables and Fruits. United States Department of Agriculture, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 8.

4 pages.

National War Garden Commission. Home Canning and Drying of Vegetables and Fruits. United States Department of Agriculture, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 18.

2 copies

4 pages.

Folder 24

Newbolt, Sir Henry. A Note on the History of Submarine War. World Peace Foundation, 1914 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 24

Volume IV, number 6, part IV of the World Peace Foundation's pamphlet series.

11 pages.

Folder 11

Pack, Charles Lathrop. Victory Gardens feed the Hungry. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 5.

4 pages.

Pack, Charles Lathrop. Urban and Suburban Food Production: its Past and its Future. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 7.

4 pages.

Folder 22

Parker, Sir Gilbert, Bart., M. P. What is the Matter with England? Harrison & Sons, 1916 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty, November 1916, miscellaneous number 35.

53 pages.

Folder 13

The Patriotic League. The Patriotic League: an interpretation for leaders. Douglas C. McMurtrie, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Promotional booklet.

69 pages.

Folder 18

Perkins, George W. Report on Activities of the YMCA with the AEF. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 8 of the Columbia War Papers.

8 pages.

Folder 23

Price, Raymond B. Washington's Nine Months at War. Unknown, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

From an address before the Harrisburg, Pa., Chamber of Commerce, 16 September 1917.

Water damage.

21 pages.

Folder 1

Rand McNally. World Combat Map. Rand McNally & Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 1

Foldout containing maps of Far East, Europe, Alaska and polar view.

Tearing along edges.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 20

Rockefeller, John D., Jr. . The Christian Church: What of its Future. Burrup, Mathieson & Sprague, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Extract from the Verbatim Report of the Imperial Duma, 4th session, 16th sitting.

45 pages.

Folder 22

Rolleston, T.W. Ireland and Poland: a Comparison. Darling & Son, Ltd., 1915 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

criticism and a reply

13 pages.

Folder 11

Royal Society of Arts. Journal of the Royal Society of Arts. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet.

64 pages.

Folder 17

Sayre, Francis B. The YMCA at the Front. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 17

Volume 1, number 4, 15 October 1918.

32 pages.

Folder 20

Seager, Henry R. and Robert E. Chaddock. Food Preparedness. H. W. Wilson Co., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Part of the Study Outline Series.

28 pages.

Folder 13

Secretary of the Admiralty. Does the British Navy Take Prisoners? American Red Cross, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Addresses made by Wilson in preparation for Red Cross Week.

91 pages.

Folder 3

Social Hygiene Association. Clean Communities, Camps, Fighters. State College of Washington, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Home economics series number 2.

59 pages.

Social Hygiene Association. Vice Repression as a War Policy. American Union Against Militarism, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Reprinted from The World Tomorrow.

14 pages.

Folder 6

Southern Railway System. A Southern Welcoem to the Soldiers of the Nation. Social Hygiene Association, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 6

Pamphlet on venereal disease awareness on the war front.

11 pages.

Folder 20

Speer, Robert E., Reverend. Jesus and War. George H. Doran Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 20

Booklet.

16 pages.

Folder 15

Studebaker, John W. The Awakening of the Children. Unknown, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Program for a play performed by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Hut Players.

Folder 7

Taft, William H. The Purpose of War. Normal College, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 7

Pamphlet detailing war effort of women at college.

11 pages.

Folder 1

Turner, Stanley. Dated Events World War Map. Petersen Advertising, 1944 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 1

Foldout containing maps of Pacific Ocean, Eastern hemisphere, and Western hemispheres.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 11

United States Marine Corps Publicity Bureau. U.S. Marines: Go Everywhere, See Everything. United States Department of Agriculture, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet.

39 pages.

Folder 5

University of North Carolina. The Lafayette Association For Community Expression of the National Spirit. American Library Association., 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Promotional pamphlet.

30 pages.

Folder 6

University of North Carolina. Why we are at War with Germany. War Department Committee on Training Camp Activities, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 6

Pamphlet on venereal disease awareness on the war front.

11 pages.

University of North Carolina. Why we are at War with Germany III. Social Hygiene Association, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 6

Reprinted from Social Hygiene, Volume 3, number 4, October 1917.

16 pages.

Folder 10

United States Department of Agriculture. Use More Fish. National War Garden Commission, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Gardening and storage manual.

2 copies.

31 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Start the day right with a good breakfast. American Home Economics Association, 1913 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Publication number1 for the Ellen H. Richards Memorial Fund.

69 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Vegetables for Winter. National War Garden Commission, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Gardening and storage manual

32 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Plenty of Potatoes. National War Garden Commission, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Gardening and storage manual.

32 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Milk: the best food we have. National Emergency Food Garden Committee, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Gardening and storage manual.

11 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Fresh vegetables: good to eat and good for your health. National War Garden Commission, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Gardening and storage manual.

23 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. A Whole dinner in one dish. National War Garden Commission, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Promotional pamphlet.

23 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Choose your food wisely. National Emergency Food Garden Committee, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Promotional leaflet.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Make a little meat go a long way. National War Garden Commission, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Promotional pamphlet.

32 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Food for your children. National War Garden Commission, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Promotional pamphlet.

31 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Instead of meat. National Emergency Food Garden Committee, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Promotional leaflet.

8 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Rice. American School of Home Economics, 1909 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 10

Series 1, number 13.

31 pages.

Folder 11

United States Department of Agriculture. Hominy. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 17.

8 copies.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Wheatless breads and cakes. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 10.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Sugar Questions. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 9.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. America's Contribution through Food Administration. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 10.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Food Questions Answered. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 16.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. The Day's Food in War and Peace. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 3.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Ten Lessons on Food Administration. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 4.

4 pages.

United States Department of Agriculture. Food: new notes for public libraries. United States Department of Agriculture, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 20.

4 pages.

Folder 25

von Frantzius, Fritz. Germans as Exponents of Culture. Unknown, 1914 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

In answer to an article by Brander Matthews of Columbia University in the New York Times, 20 September 1914.

26 pages.

Folder 11

Walcott, F. C. The Prussian System. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

United States food leaflet number 11.

4 pages.

Folder 13

War Department & Navy Department. War-Camp Community Recreation Fund. American Red Cross, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 13

Summary of activities of the Commission for Belgium.

48 pages.

Folder 15

Watson, Elizabeth C. What Home Service is , Why it is Necessary, How the Problem is Met. National War Work Council, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 15

Promotional booklet.

8 pages.

Folder 25

Wilson, H.W. Convicted out of her Own Mouth. George H. Doran Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Reprinted from the National Review.

30 pages.

Folder 14

Wilson, Woodrow. 100,000,000 for the War Fund of the Red Cross. American Red Cross, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Bulletin of the Departments of Nursing.

5 pages.

Folder 21

Wilson, Woodrow. War, Labor and Peace. Committee On Public Information, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Recent addresses and writings of Wilson, Red White and Blue series, number 9.

43 pages.

Folder 24

Winslow, John Bradley, et al. Report upon the statements of Professor Robert McNutt McElroy and the Executive. Patriotic Education Society, Inc., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 24

Booklet.

118 pages.

Folder 16

Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) YMCA. Legion Publishing Co., 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 5, 1 August 1919.

31 pages.

Folder 3

Various. A Declaration of Independence: Commemoration in London in 1918 of the 4th of July, 1776 . The Library of War Literature, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

resolutions and addresses at the Central Hall, Westminster

32 pages.

Folder 5

Various. Selections for speaking in the public schools. American Library Association, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Promotional bookmarks about relevant books.

Various. Reconstruction and Citizenship. Library War Council, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 5

Small promotional pamphlet.

2 copies

8 pages.

Folder 8

Various. One Nation-One Cause. University of North Carolina, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Volume 2, number 1 of the University of North Carolina's extension leaflets.

14 pages.

Various. The Case Against Armed Merchantmen. University of North Carolina, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 8

Number 2 of the University of North Carolina's war information series.

8 pages.

Folder 11

Various. The State College of Washington Library Bulletin. United States Department of Agriculture, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 11

Told by F. C. Walcott at conference of Field Men, 12 September.

8 pages.

Folder 12

Various. The War Saver: A bulletin for war savings societies of the U.S. Munn & Co, Inc., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 12

Promotional booklet for Navy & Army.

124 pages.

Folder 14

Various. Their Crimes. American Red Cross, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 14

Promotional booklet of the American Red Cross' activities in Europe.

68 pages.

Folder 17

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 17

Volume 1, number 5, 5 November 1918.

32 pages.

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 17

Volume 1, number 7, 2 December 1918.

62 pages.

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 17

Volume 2, number 1, 2 January 1919.

32 pages.

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 17

Volume 2, number 2, 16 January 1919.

20 pages.

Folder 21

Various. The Allied Debts. American Association For International Conciliation, 1922 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

International Conciliation number 181.

102 pages.

Various. Comments by the German Delegation on the Conditions of Peace. T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Booklet.

42 pages.

Folder 22

Various. Russia and her Allies. British Palestine Committee, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Volume II, number 16.

26 pages.

Folder 1

Various. What Germany Wants. C.S. Hammond & Co., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 1

booklet containing maps of Western & Italian fronts, complete index of over 10,000 names

32 pages.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 3

Various. An Atlas of the World War. Allied Printing, 1911 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 3

Reprinted from McClure's Magazine.

14 pages.

Removed and cataloged separately.

Folder 18

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 3 of the Columbia War Papers.

6 pages.

Various. The American Legion Weekly. Columbia University, 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 18

Series 1, number 2 of the Columbia War Papers.

6 pages.

Folder 16

Unknown. Program: Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Hut. Legion Publishing Co., 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 16

Volume 1, number 10, 5 September 1919.

34 pages.

Folder 21

Unknown. What About the Secret Treaties? Unknown, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Booklet.

16 pages.

Unknown. The Condition of the Belgian Workmen, now Refugees in England. The Chicago Daily News, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 21

Reprinted from The Chicago Daily News.

21 pages.

Folder 22

Unknown. Report on the Transport of British Prisoners of War to Germany. Harrison & Sons, 1918 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty, April 1918, miscellaneous number 10.

13 pages.

Unknown. Further Correspondence respecting the Proposed Release of Civilians Interned in the... T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 22

A reply to an American critic, reprinted from The Atlantic Monthly.

35 pages.

Folder 23

Unknown. Report on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War Behind the Firing. George H. Doran Co., 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

Illustrated booklet.

46 pages.

Unknown. Agreement between the British and Ottoman Governments respecting Prisoners of War. Italian Bureau of Public Information, 1919 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 23

A sketch of Battisti's life, character and ideals. Contains appendix, maps and illustrations.

46 pages.

Folder 25

Unknown. German White Book on Armed Merchantmen. Unknown, 19? #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet.

30 pages.

Unknown. German Atrocities in France. Sir Joseph Causton & sons, 1916 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

A translation of the official report of the French commission.

46 pages.

Unknown. German Business and German Aggression. T. Fisher Unwin, Ltd., 1917 #D509.W78, Series: "World War I Pamphlets, 1905-1944." Folder 25

Booklet.

23 pages.

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