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Name World War I

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Image of S. M Garvey Letter front - 2007.1.1

S. M Garvey Letter front - 2007.1.1

Personal letter to CPL George Gross from SM Garvey. Written on paper with "Great Lakes Refining Company" letterhead.


United States Army certificate in memory of Corporal George J. Gross. Co. C. 15th Machine Gun Battalion who died October 27th, 1918. It is signed by John J. Pershing, Commander - in - Chief.

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Postcard front - 2007.1.7

Embroidered postcard with the words "Souvenir de France"

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Postcard front - 2007.1.8

Embroidered postcard with the words "Hope and Love" On the back is hand written "To Mother from George"

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Postcard front - 2007.1.9

Embroidered postcard with the words "Birthday Wishes." On the back is hand written "In rememberance of your Fifty-First Birthday from your son George"


A series of personal letters home from Edward Lade while he served in World War I.

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Soldier's mail - 2011.175.4

A postcard labeled "Soldiers' Mail" with an American Red Cross insignia. On the back side is printed "the ship on which I sailed has arrived safely overseas." There is a section for Name and Oranization to be filled in.


A postcard with an image of Edward Lade in uniform standing in front of an American Flag.


A sizable collection of postcards from europe during World War I. Black and White Color Photographs Drawings Some depicting the destruction from the war Some depicting soldiers in the field Includes 4 souvenier postcard books from Germany


A letter from the VFW Lake Erie Post recognizing Edward Lade for fifty years of membership. It is signed by Frank Rocha.


The 103rd U.S. Infantry Veterans Association of the Yankee Division letter to its members describing its final reunion May, 15, 1987.


The 103rd U.S. Infantry Veterans Association letter to its members stating its intention to disband.


Fragment of a Cleveland Newspaper announcing the end of World War I. Vol. 77, Number 314.

Image of Frank L. Bussian Discharge Paper Front - 2007.2.15

Frank L. Bussian Discharge Paper Front - 2007.2.15

Frank Bussian's Army discharge paper.

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Newspaper Article from the Cleveland Plain Dealer about Frank Bussian and his war diary and poetry. It also mentions that his collection is housed at the Crile Archives.

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Memoir of World War I

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Cover - 2007.2.18

1971 recruiting pamphlet for the the 4th Infantry. It includes the history of the "Ivy Division"

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Memoir of Frank Bussian's time spent in the Army

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Frank Bussian's Scrapbook from his years in the Army.


Ivy-Leaves Newspaper. Published by and for the Association of the Fourth Division. Camp Lewis, Washington. Volume 2, NO. 17