World War I Field Artillery Book
Scope and Contents
Field Book, October-November 1918, kept in France. Records artillery unit activities as well as airplane activity with both the Allies and Germany. Page headings include "Enemy Activity, Infantry," Enemy Activity, Artillery, " "Aeronautics, Airplanes," "Aeronautics, Balloons," "Movement, Visibility," "Works, " "Miscellaneous" and "General Impression of the Day."
Includes a photograph of a young woman and a photograph of a baby with unclear note, "Leora. September 15, 1898" printed by Detwiler in Canton, Missouri.
- Creation: 1918
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Small flag transferred to the Artifact Collection.
- Guide to the World War I Field Artillery Book
- Finding Aid Authors: Anne Johnson.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English