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The Home Front: Shawnee County During World War One Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 69, Fitzgerald, Daniel (Ed)

Author Name    Fitzgerald, Daniel (Ed)

Title   The Home Front: Shawnee County During World War One Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 69

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1992

Seller ID   3121

Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Foreword – Prologue – Der Tag Fur Uns – Shawnee County on the Eve of War – Registration Day: June 5, 1917 – The Boy Soldier: Henry Bubb – The Warrior: Charles W. Ryder – The Rich Native Son: John F. Dillon – Fire and Brimstone and the Kaiser – The Poor Emigrant Son: Rudolph Negrete – Cohn’s Stories – The Home Front Enemy – The Other War – Entertaining the Home Folks: Military Bands and Harry Lauder – The Santa Fe at War: Sketches from the Pages of Santa Fe Magazine – The Air Ace: Donald Hudson – The Navel Hero: Paul F. Foster – A War Department Casualty: Fay Freidberg – Henry Walsh Monument in Topeka Cemetery – Elizabeth Boten Ward’s Childhood Memories of the Great War – The Black and Gold at War – Washburn University During World War I – The German-American Experience in Topeka – Countering “Disloyalty” in Topeka – The Spoiled Son: Willis Garvey – The Tillotson Family Letters – Armistice Day – Honor Roll – The Victory Highway: Transcontinental Memorial; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 210 pages

Price = 20.00 USD



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