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[Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. M. Hyde, postmarked May 11, 1918]
Envelope addressed to Mrs. J. M. Hyde of Columbia, Missouri, postmarked May 11, 1918.

Official Souvenir French Aerial Warfare Exhibit, Minneapolis, August 7 to 16, 1918 [Envelope]
Envelope titled "Official Souvenir French Aerial Warfare Exhibit, Minneapolis, August 7 to 16, 1918," circa 1918. Original container for the "Sky Fighters of France" catalog and set of lithographs by Henri Farré.

[Envelope from U.S. War Department]
Envelope from the U.S. War Department, circa 1910s-1920s. Printed with letterhead of War Department, Headquarters Eastern Department, Governors Island, New York, with handwritten label ("Personelle") on front.

[Envelope from the United States Signal Corps addressed to First Lieutenant Hamilton Coolidge in Toul, France, circa 1917-1918]
Envelope from the United States Signal Corps addressed to First Lieutenant Hamilton Coolidge in Toul, France, circa 1917-1918.

[Poem, "The Price," by Lieutenant Ben Ray Redman, and printed magazine photograph of SPAD aircraft, circa 1918]
Poem, "The Price," by Lieutenant Ben Ray Redman, and printed magazine photograph of SPAD aircraft, circa 1918. Enclosed with two August 1918 letters from Drew to mother, postmarked September 2, 1918.

[Envelope from War Department]
War Department envelope, circa 1918-1919.

[Envelope fragment addressed to Edward I. Sproull from Miss F. G. Fuhring, circa 1916-1919]
Envelope fragment addressed to Edward I. Sproull, American Expeditionary Forces, from Miss F. G. Fuhring, circa 1916-1919.Part of a scrapbook related to Edward I. Sproull's military career during and after World War I, circa 1916-1919.

[Envelope to David E. Beal from Edward I. Sproull, circa 1918]
Envelope to David E. Beal, U.S. Marine Corps, Philippines, from Edward I. Sproull, American Expeditionary Forces, France, circa 1918. The envelope is heavily marked with postal notes and stamps.

[Portrait of servicemen at Camp Taliaferro, Texas, and accompanying clipping]
Photographic group portrait of servicemen at Camp Taliaferro, Texas, Jan. 23, 1918. The men, including Harold E. Hartney, are identified by last name in an inscription on the accompanying envelope. Also included is a newspaper clipping attached to…

[Envelope addressed to Mrs. Carmelite W. Kennedy from Consolidated Natural Gas Company]
Envelope addressed to Mrs. Carmelite W. Kennedy from the Consolidated Natural Gas Company, circa 1953. Originally contained Wilbur D. Kennedy's military records.
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