World War, 1914-1918
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1
Scope and Contents school and university notes; awards and achievements; lectures, addresses and broadcasts; sermons and prayers; manuscripts of published works; papers relating to the World Council of Churches, British Council of Churches, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and other organisations; personal and professional correspondence
Scope and Contents The collections is composed of autobiographical, biographical, memoir, and obituary material relating to Professor A. C. Aitken; war souvenirs and maps; correspondence relating to Aitken's publication From Gallipoli to the Somme; review material relating to From Gallipoli to the Somme; circa 20 photographs, both portrait and group; 3 commonplace (scrap-)books containing cuttings and newspaper articles on a variety of subjects -...
Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-1142
Scope and Contents This sub-fonds consists of certificates, diplomas, and letters relating to William Aldren Turner and his career, including documents relating to the Grand Priory of the Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England, and to King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers. ‘Perpetual Hospital Ticket’ for the Royal infirmary, bearing William A Turner’s name and dated 13 November 1884. Envelope...
Identifier: BAI 7
Scope and Contents The papers relating to Donald Macpherson Baillie consist of:
- articles, cuttings and ephemera
- career/employment resumés and references
- memorials and letters of condolence
Scope and Contents Illustration of a World War I satirical cartoon entitled, 'Mother Goose-Step Rhymes or Letting Loose the Doggrel of War' from the Punch Almanack of 1915 showing a goose wearing a German helmet running away from a man letting an English bulldog off its lead to give chase.
Scope and Contents Cartoon illustration of a zookeeper surprised at the stars and stripes colouring of a zebra in its pen during World War I. The text beneath the image reads: 'Remarkable case of protective colouring. Owing, it is believed, to the fears of a German invasion, a zebra at the zoo assumes a neutral aspect.'
Scope and Contents Photograph of Private John Williams, 'born in India twenty years ago and joined the army in 1914' and won many awards, including the Victory Cross, who shot three German spies posing as British officers during World War I.