World War, 1914-1918.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Notes, manuscripts, clippings and published articles relating to the research interests of Giorgio Castelfranco, Italian Art Historian and officer of the Italian Fine Arts administration.
The papers of Fritz Redlich document his life and immigration from Germany to the United States in 1936, as well as his career as an economic historian.
The panoramic photographs chiefly depict Harvard students or alumni in large organizational groups formally posed.
Correspondence, articles, lectures, drafts, patient records and histories, photographs, models, moulages, and instruments relating to Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian's career as a plastic surgeon, professor, and author, as well as his involvement in professional organizations.
Posters created by the United States Committee on Public Information Division of Pictorial Publicity were a major tool used primarily by the government for the widespread dissemination of information during World War I. The collection consists of 46 prints of 23 unique posters of varying sizes, dating from 1917 to 1919, which encourage citizens to buy and invest in Liberty loans.