World War, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents A number of publications by the Association of Architects, Surveyors and Technical Assistants (AASTA), later the Association of Building Technicians (ABT) collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall. Some of these relate to employment law and conditions but the majority are concerned with the construction of air raid shelters and the evacuation of children during World War II
Scope and Contents Political cartoons from World War I commenting on how the Germans take pleasure in a distracted Britain with US President Wilson with his head in the clouds and British Prime Minister Lloyd George asking not to hurt the Germans.
Identifier: BAI 9/1
Scope and Contents Diary covering the period 28 June 1917 - 27 April 1919, recording much of Elsa Gallant's life during this period, including meeting both John and Donald Macpherson Baillie, aspects of the war and her time in France.
Scope and Contents Photograph of the famous war heroine, Lieutenant Flora Sanders who served with the Serbian Army during World War I and 'received many awards for bravery' standing with her brother in a doorway at Bendigo, Australia in 1921.
Scope and Contents Photographs from an article in the Daily Mirror from 1919 entitled, 'Filmed in the Act of Murder: How U-Boats Worked' showing seven images of the bombing and sinking of a ship by a German U-boat.
Item — Box CLX-D-72: Series Coll-1828/6
Scope and Contents Black-and-white group photograph mounted on board, showing of 25 men wearing the uniform worn by Scottish soldiers during the First World War. Alexander F. Giles is sitting on the very right, middle row. Inscription: 'Moffat, Edinburgh' (it could be the location, or the photography studio).
Dates: c 1914-1918
Handmade magazine The Cavalier, double Xmas no 1916 Vol. IV, together with a photograph album of the Smythe family
Collection — Box CLX-A-375
Scope and Contents One handmade 'magazine' constructed by Scottish ladies forming a group called 'The Cavalier Club', composed of Barbara E. Smythe (editor), Susy F. Lumsden (treasurer), Jean Drummond, Victoria A. Drummond, Frances A. Drummond, Doreen Arbuthnot, and Susan Newdegate. The magazine is entitled The Calavier and was to be borrowed by a select group of recipients, to help raise funds for the war effort. This is the Double Xmas no. 1916, vol IV. It includes short...