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"...well and happy..." Letters to and from 1st Lt. Cedric Hadaway ShawKusic, Ann Elizabeth Shaw (compiler)2019self-publishedDivision and Unit history05th div. 11th inf.Lt. Cedric Hadaway shaw served in the 11th Infantry in France in 1918; donated by the author (Shaw's granddaughter).
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"A Short History of the 356th Infantry" - USS Huntington: The Catapult Vol. 3 June 1919 ~ Homeward Bound Brest, France to New York, U.S.A.AnonymousDivision and Unit history89th div. 356th inf.PDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request
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"A Wonderful Idea of the Fighting": the Question of Fakes in 'The Battle of the Somme'Smither, Roger1993RoutledgeJournal articlesHistorical Journal of FilmHistorical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. Vol. 13, #2, 1993, pp. 149-168.
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"Ammunition" 19 of 18-19 Company "D" 311th Am. Tr.Anonymousn.d.Division and Unit history86th div. 311th amm.
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"As You Were" Second Replacement Regiment, Camp Gordon GeorgiaJones, Lt. Philip C.n.d.Camp HistoryGordonIncludes photos and rosters.
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"August 1914"Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr1972Farrar, Straus, and GirouxGeneral History
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"Aw Hell"Venable, Clarke1927A. L. Burt Co.Literature
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"C" Company 106th Machine Gun Battalion 27th Division USAWolcott, Cpl. Harold C.1919self-publishedDivision and Unit history27th div. 106th m.g. bn.
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"C" Company, 23rd EngineersAnonymousself-publishedDivision and Unit historyengineers 023rd
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"Capt. Harry" Truman, Battery D, 129th FA, 35th DivisionHuston, Maj. James A.194935th Division AssociationDivision and Unit history35th div. 129th f.a.PDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request in a box marked 35th division. Table of Contents: After Mobilization in 1917; Worried About Mathematics; Overseas With Advance Detail; Captain Truman Gets a Battery; The "Battle of Who Run!"; Nancy in 1918--and 26 Years Later!; Moving Up to Meuse-Argonne; Impossible to Displace Forward; 28th Division on Left Flank; 35th Artillery Supported 1st Division; Gen. Marshall turned Him Down; Pearl Harbor Seemed Incredible; Military Experience Very Valuable; But Btry. D, 129th FA, Lives on!
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"Carry On" Cookery Book - Fifth EditionKing, Annie J. (compiler)1926FoodrecipeAn enlarged edition of "The Australian Cookery Book" whose proceeds were devoted to Belgian needs during the war. Also referred to as "The Belgian Cookery Book.
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"Crumps" The Plain Story Of a Canadian Who WentKeene, Louis1917Houghton MifflinGeneral Historyexperiences of a young Canadian in the war.
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"Dear Mother and Folks at Home" 1917-1918Phillips, Claude1987Eclectic Owl PublicationsAviationSquadron history 019thThe letters of the author who was a member of the 19th Aero Squadron; donated to the museum by the estate of Frances M. Phillips, the editor. Table of Contents: Preface; Introduction; Part I "This May Not Be True, But It Is Official" (Fort Logan and Camp Kelly; Illustrations); Part II, "I'll Never Forget No. 4" (Wilbur Wright Field; Illustrations); Part III "We Are Still Here…Some System!" (Aviation Depot, Garden City, Long Island; Illustrations); Part IV "…They Seem Like Something Alive To Me" (Seventh Aviation Instruction Center, Clermont-Ferrand, France); Postscript; Notes; Sources and Suggested Reading.
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"E" Company 314th Engineers 1917-1918-1919Hixon, Pvt. Merrel E.Jacob LintzDivision and Unit history89th div. 314th eng.PDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request Inside 89th Division Box Table of Contents: Organizations; For Overseas Duty; Active Service; The Meuse-Argonne; In the Army of Occupation; Memoriam; Wounded in Action; E Company Roster; Progress Map;
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"E" Company, 301st EngineersAnonymousDivision and Unit history76th div. 301st eng.Contents: Company History; Camp Devans; By Rail and Water; S.O.S. in the AEF; Dirty Work at the Cross Roads; A Cook's Tour; Members of E Company 301st Engineers; Photographs and Home Addresses; Miltary Histories. Subjects: United States. -- Army. -- Engineer Regiment, 301st. -- Company E -- History. United States. -- Army. -- Engineer Regiment, 301st. -- Company E -- Registers. United States. -- Army. -- American Expeditionary Forces. World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States.
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"Equal Partners"McAdoo, W. G.1918Government printing officeGeneral historyAn address by McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury, to Women Liberty Loan Workers April 8, 1918.
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"Every Scout to Boost America" as a Government Dispatch BearerAnonymousn.d.Committee on Public InformationPropagandaRed, White, and Blue SeriesThis instruction manual was intended for the Boys Scouts of America as a means of distributing the publications of the Committee on Public Information; the list of the publications, including the Red, White, and Blue volumes 1 thru 6 is included.
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"Excellent Ammunition": Suffrage Newspaper Strategies During World War ILumsden, Linda1999E. W. Scripps School of JournalismJournal articlesinternet printoffJournalism History. Vol. 25, #2, Summer 1999, pp. 53-63. Printed from the internet 12/31/01.
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"Good-Bye, Broadway, Hello, France!" - Walter G. Shaw and His Life in the 18th Infantry Regiment Band, 1917-1918Byrd, Stephen L.n.d.Division and Unit history01st div. 018th inf.
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"I have captured a boche machine gun"... - What Can I Do With It?Robert, Captain1918Collector Referencemachine gunsInstructions for U.S. soldiers on how to use a captured German MG08 machine gun.
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"I Was A Yeomanette" From Proceedings, Journal of the U. S. Naval instituteGuthrie, Lou Macpherson1984Naval Institute PressNavyv.1.1 10/12/1982 December 1984; xerox copy of the article.
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"I Was There" With the Yanks in FranceBaukhage, Pvt. Hilmar R.1919The Lafayette Co.VerseContains sketches made on the Western Front 1917-1919 by Pvt. C. LeRoy Baldridge, AEF, as well as poems by the author.
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"Keep 'Em Rolling"Harmon, Francis Stuart1975self-publishedDivision and Unit history30th div. 114th f.a.Letters about French ammunition trucks, their US college graduate drivers and horse-drawn US artillery in World War I. Soldier was a YMCA volunteer in Reserve Mallet; private in Bty. F 12 FA, 2nd Div.; officer candidate; 2nd Lt. in Bty. F 114th FA, 30th Div.
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"Let's Go!" 10 Years' Retrospect of the World War 1st Division United States ArmyBogert, George Dudley1927Press of H. S. Crocker Co.Division and Unit history01st div. history
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"Mademoiselle Miss": Letters From An AmericanAnonymous1916W. A. ButterfieldWar ReliefAmerican Field Servicenurse with the French Red Cross. Preface by Dr. Richard C. Cabot
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"My Name is Ozymandias" The Kaiser in ExileMarks, Sally1983Cambridge University PressJournal articlesCentral European HistoryCentral European History. Vol. 16, #2, June 1983, pp.122-170. (in two binders)
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"November 1918"Brook-Shepherd, Gordon1981Little, BrownGeneral History
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"November 1918"Zarnowski, Janusz1984Interpress PublisherGeneral History
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"Our Sentry Go"Watson, Jeannette Grace1924Ralph Fletcher SeymourGeneral Historyillustrated with photos; letters, comments of American socialite in France during the war.
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"Parade Ground Soldiers": French Army Assessments of the British on the Somme in 1916Greenhalgh, Elizabeth1999Society for Military History.Journal articlesinternet printoffJournal of Military History. Vol. 63, #2, April 1999, pp. 283-312. Printed from the internet.
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"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" The Federal Reserve System's Founding Fathers and Allied Finances in the First World WarRoberts Priscilla1998Harvard Business School Publishing Corp.Journal articlesinternet printoffBusiness History Review. Vol. 72, #4, Winter 1998, pp. 585-620. Printed from the internet 8/30/01.
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"Splinters"Wood, Lawson1916Duckworth & Co.Versehumor
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"That Damn Y"Mayo, Katherine1920Houghton MifflinWar ReliefYMCAA Record of Overseas Service - YMCA.
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"That's My Bloody Plane"Kilduff, Peter1975Pequot PressAviationCommonwealthThe World War I experiences of Major Cecil Montgomery Moore.
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"The Graphic" Souvenir of the German Navy's SurrenderAnonymous1918The GraphicGeneral HistoryNumerous photo's of the surrender of the German naval vessels on November 21, 1918.
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"The Shadow of a Plan": The Rationale Behind Wilson's 1918 Siberian InterventionRichard, Carl J.1986Phi Alpha ThetaJournal articlesThe HistorianThe Historian. Vol. 49, #1, November 1986, pp. 64-84.
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"The Supreme Moment of the War": 'General Allenby's Entry into Jerusalem'McKernan, Luke1993RoutledgeJournal articlesHistorical Journal of FilmHistorical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. Vol. 13, #2, 1993, pp. 169-180.
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"We'll Stick to the Finish!"Chapple, Joe Mitchell1918Chapple Publishing Co.General HistoryA Voice from the Soldiers and Sailors Overseas ? People and Places Visited in the War Zone.
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"When I Was in Germany-"McGinness, Pvt. Powtern.d.Druckerei HartmannVersehumorContains 23 illustrations depicting life in Germany by AEF soldiers.
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"When I Was in Germany-"McGinness, Pvt. Powtern.d.Druckerei HartmannVersehumorPDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request Contains 23 cartoons of varying topics related to time spent in Germany.
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"When I Was in Germany-"McGinness, Pvt. Powtern.d.Druckerei HartmannVersehumorContains 23 cartoons of varying topics related to time spent in Germany.
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"With the Help of God and a Few Marines"Catlin, Brig. Gen. A. W.1919Doubleday, PageMarine
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(1915) No. 17. Correspondence With the United States Ambassador Respecting the Execution of Miss Cavell at BrussellsAnonymous1915Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7British Government Official Document.
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(1915) No. 19. Correspondence With the United States Ambassador Respecting the Treatment of British Prisoners of War and Interned Civilians in GermanyAnonymous1915Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7British Government Official Document.
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(1916) No. 02. Statement of the Measures Adopted to Intercept the Sea-Borne Commerce of GermanyAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7British Government Official Document.
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(1916) No. 04. Correspondence With the United States Ambassador Respecting the Safety of Alein Enemies Repatriated from India on the S.S. "Golconda"Anonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7British Government Official Document.
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(1916) No. 06. Selection from the Papers Found in the Possession of Captain Von Papen, Late Military Attache at Washington, Falmouth, January 2 and 3, 1916Anonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 09. Memorandum Presented by His Majesty's Government and the French Government to Neutral governments Regarding the Examination of ParcelsAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 13. Sworn Statement by Horst Von Der Goltz, Alias Bridgeman TaylorAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 14. Further Correspondence Between His Majesty's Government and the United States Government Respecting the Rights of BelligerentsAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 15. Further Correspondence Between His Majesty's Government and the United States Government Respecting the Rights of BelligerentsAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 16. Further Correspondence Between His Majesty's Government and the United States Ambassador Respecting the Treatment of British PrisonersAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 17. Correspondence With the United States Ambassador Respecting the Transfer to Switzerland of British and German Wounded and Sick Combatant Prisoners of WarAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 18. Report by Doctor A. E. Taylor on the Conditions of Diet and Nutrition in the Internment Camp at Ruhleben Received Through the United States AmbassadorAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 19. Correspondence Respecting the Employment of British and German Prisoners of War in Poland and France RespectivelyAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 21. Further Correspondence Respecting the Conditions of Diet and Nutrition in the Internment Camp at RuhlebenAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 22. Notes Addressed by His Majesty's Government to Neutral Representatives in London Respecting the Withdrawal of Declaration of London Orders in CouncilAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 23. Note Addressed to the United States Ambassador Regarding the Examination of Parcels and Letter MailsAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 24. Correspondence with the United States Ambassador Regarding the Relief of Allied Territories in the Occupation of the EnemyAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 25. Further Correspondence Respecting the Conditions of Diet and Nutrition in the Internment Camp at Ruhleben and the Proposed Release of Interned CiviliansAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 26. Further Correspondence with the United States Ambassador Respecting the Treatment of British Prisoners of War and Interned Civilians in GermanyAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 27. Collective Note Addressed to the Greek Government by the French, British and Russian Ministers and the Reply of the Greek GovernmentAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 28. Correspondence with the Swedish Minister on the Subject of the Detention by the Swedish Government of the British Transit Mail to Russia as a Reprisal for the Search of Parcels Mail by His Majesty's GovernmentAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 30. Reports of Visits of Inspection Made by Officials of the United States Embassy to Various Internment Camps in the United KingdomAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 31. The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire 1915-16.Anonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 32. Correspondence Respecting the Relief of Allied Territories in the Occupation of the EnemyAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 34. Report on the Typhus Epidemic at Gardelegen by the Government Committee on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War During the Spring and Summer of 1915Anonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1916) No. 35. Further Correspondence Respecting the Proposed Release of Civilians Interned in the British and German EmpiresAnonymous1916Harrison and SonsPropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1917) No. 03. Despatch to His Majesty's Ambassador at Washington Respecting the Allied Note of January 10, 1917Anonymous1917His Majesty's Stationery OfficePropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1917) No. 07. Further Correspondence With the United States Ambassador Respecting the Treatment of British Prisoners of War and Interned Civilians inAnonymous1917His Majesty's Stationery OfficePropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1917) No. 16. Correspondence With the German Government Regarding the Alleged Misuse of British Hospital ShipsAnonymous1917His Majesty's Stationery OfficePropagandaBox 2 of 7
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(1918) No. 11. Correspondence With the Netherlands Government Respecting the Requisitioning of Dutch Ships by the Associated GovernmentAnonymous1918His Majesty's Stationery OfficePropagandaBox 2 of 7
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... and a Few MarinesThomason, John. W. Jr.1943Charles Scribner’s SonsMarine
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.303 Vickers Medium Machine GunSkennerton, Ian1997Ian SkennertonCollector Referencemachine guns
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10 Days that Shook the WorldReed, John1967International PublishersRussian revolution
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1913 vol 01 DecemberAnonymous1913The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1913 vol 01 NovemberAnonymous1913The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1913 vol 01 OctoberAnonymous1913The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1913 vol 01 SeptemberAnonymous1913The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 1 JanuaryAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 2 FebruaryAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 3 MarchAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 4 AprilAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 5 MayAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 08 no 6 JuneAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 1 JulyAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 2 AugustAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 3 SeptemberAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 4 OctoberAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 5 NovemberAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1917 vol 09 no 6 DecemberAnonymous1917The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 1 JanuaryAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 2 FebruaryAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 3 MarchAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 4 AprilAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 5 MayAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 10 no 6 JuneAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 11 no 1 JulyAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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100% Efficiency Magazine - 1918 vol 11 no 2 AugustAnonymous1918The Western Efficiency SocietyJournals100% Efficiency
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