World War, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Non-preferred terms: European War, 1914-1918; First World War, 1914-1918; Great War, 1914-1918; World War 1, 1914-1918; World War I, 1914-1918; World War One, 1914-1918; WW I (World War, 1914-1918); WWI (World War, 1914-1918) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85148236
Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box Film Box 4, Reel: 1-6
Contents of the Collection The Joe Aiken Films are comprised of six films shot, produced, or compiled by Joe Aiken of 20th Century Fox Studio, from approximately 1918-1947. The films contain a mix of newsreel footage, documentary footage of aircraft manufacturing, and flight footage. Three of the films contain footage of World War I flying aces, flying squadrons, World War I-era aircraft, and transatlantic flight attempts. One of the films contains newsreel footage of the attack on Pearl Harbor in World War II and the...
Abstract Norman "Jim" Silas Archibald (1894-1975) of Seattle, Washington served in the U.S. Army Air Service, 95th Aero Squadron during World War I, and later published a bestselling book on his experience. He served again in the Air Force during World War II at home in Seattle. The collection contains correspondence, military documents, photographs, and other materials relating to Archibald's life and military service.
Abstract The Jim Bergstrom Collection of World War I Aviation Stereographs contains five (5) stereograph images of World War I scenes printed by the Keystone View Company.
Overview August G. Blume (1927-1993) was an author and historian focused on the Eastern Theater of World War I. This collection consists of his writing, correspondence but most notably a large number of photographic images of the Eastern Front during World War I that Blume attained during his research. The materials span the early 1900s to 2000.
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The Andrew B. Braaten World War I Photographs is comprised of nine black-and-white vintage photographs, 1917-1918. Three images depict biplanes in flight in Alsace, France. One image depicts an unidentified military serviceman, likely a pilot. Two images are related to parachuting; one features a parachuter leaving an airship and the other shows a parachute solo in the sky. Three images depict aircraft crashes, one of which has a graphic scene of a dead body in Verdun, France. The photographs...
Abstract Herman Butler, originally of Belleville, Washington, served as a pilot during World War I and after with the U.S.A. School of Aerial Photography at Langley Field. The collection contains materials relating to the Butler's wartime and postwar service.
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