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Catalog Number 1938.100.25
Object Name Book
Accession number 1938.100
Description A paperback book of poems carried by Eleanor McGee, written by American soldiers serving in France with the American Expeditionary Forces, which appeared in the Stars and Stripes.

Table of Contents:
Just Thinkin' by Hudson Hawley, Pvt., M.G. Bn.
To the Kid Sister by J.T.W., Pvt., A.S.
Corp'ral's Chevrons
You're Not a Fan, Pierrette by S.H.C.
My Sweetheart by Frank C. McCarthy, Sgt., A.S.
Dad's Letters
Mille. Soixante-Quinze by J.M.H., F.A.
Home is Where the Pie Is
How It Works Out by Tyler H. Bliss, Corp., Inf.
Faith
The Orphans of France by Franklin P. Adams, Capt., U.S.A.
The Orphans of France by Stuart H. Carroll, Sgt., Q.M.C.
Reveille by Ray L. Huff, Pvt., M.D.
Full Directions by Daniel Turner Balmer, A.S.
On Learning French by Alfred J. Fritchey, Camp Hospital 30
"Who Said Sunny France?" by Jack Warren Carrol, Corp., F.A.
The Truant by R.R. Kirk, Pvt., G2, S.O.S.
Tribute by F. M. H. D., F.A.
Sea Stuff by Steuart M. Emery, Pvt., M.P.
Letter by Mel Ryder, Sgt. Major, Inf.
Soldier Smiles by Allen A. Sockdale, Capt., U.S.A.
Beefing by H.H. Huss, Sgt., Inf.
The Tank by Richard C. Colburn, Sgt., Tank Corps
The New Army by R.R. Kirk, S.S.U.
Toujours le Meme by Vance C. Criss, Corp., Engrs.
To the West Wind by William S. Long, Corp., A.S.
The Driver by F.M.H.D., F.A.
Song of the Censor Man by John Fletcher Hall, Sgt., Inf., Acting Chaplain
Do You Know This Guy? by Frank Eisenberg, Pvt., Tel. Bn.
Camouflage by M.G.
Trench Mud by John J. Curtin, Sgt., Inf.
I Love Corned Beef by A.P.B.
A Chaplain's Prayer by THomas F. Coakley, Lt., Chaplain
Billets
The Mule Skinners by William Bradford, 2nd Lt., A.G.D.
The Old Overseas Cap by Fairfax D. Downey, 1st Lt., F.A.
Hoggin' It by Med. Mique
The Man by H.T.S.
Song of the Guns by Grantland Rice, 1st Lt., F.A.
Through the Wheat
Allies by Merritt Y. Hughes, Pvt., Inf.
To Buddy by Howard J. Green, Corp., Inf.
The Wood Called Rouge-Bouquet
L'Envoi by Joyce Kilmer, Sgt., Inf.
Goodbye
The Fields of the Marne by Frank Carbaugh, Sgt., Inf.
A Nurse's Prayer by Thomas F. Coakley, Lt., Chaplain
Lines on Leaving a Little Town Where We Rested by Russell Lord, Corp., F.A.
Poppies by Joseph Mills Hanson, Capt., F.A.
Poilu by Steuart M. Emery, Pvt., M.P.
As Things Are
The Girl of Girls by Howard A. Herty, Corp., 1st Army Hq.
The Little Dreams by Joseph Mills Hanson, Capt., F.A.
The R.T.O. by A.P. Bowen, Sgt., R.T.O.
The Machine Gun by Albert Jay Cook, Corp., M.G. Bn.
Our Dead
Everybody's Friend by Frederick W. Kurth, Sgt., M.T.D.
The Stevedore by C.C. Shanfelter, Sgt., S.C.
Black and White by Harv.
The Ol' Campaign Hat
When the General Came to Town by Vance C. Criss, Corp., Engrs.
Seicheprey by J.M.H.
Before a Drive by Charles Lyn Fox, Inf.
Private Jones, A.E.F. by William I. Engle, Pvt., Inf.
"Hommes 40, Chevaux 8"
The Bugler by Pvt. Lin Davies
The Return of the Refugees by Frederick W. Kurth, Sgt., M.T.D.
As the Trucks Go Rollin' by L.W. Suckert, 1st Lt., A.S.
Gettin' Letters by E.C.D., Field Hospital
To the Children of France by R.R. Kirk, Pvt., G2, S.O.S.
Then We'll Come Back to You by Corp. Howard H. Herty, 1st Army Hq. Reg.
To a Doughboy
Lil' Pal O'Mine by E.S.E.
Perfect Contrition by Thomas F. Coakley, Lt., Chaplain
When Private Mugrums Parlay Voos by Charles Divine, Pvt.
If I were a Cootie by A.P. Bowen, Sgt., R.T.O.
The Lily by Howard J. Green, Corp., Inf.
Me, -- An' War Goin' On! by John Palmer Cumming, Inf.
The Road to Montfaucon by Harold Riezelman, 1st Lt., C.W.S.
Vestal Star by Fra Guido, F.A.
The Doughboy Promises by Arthur McKeogh, Lt., Inf.
Old Lady Rumor by C.H. MacCoy, Base Hosp. 38
The Lost Towns by Steuart M. Emery, Pvt., M.P.
Der Tag by Howard J. Green, Corp., Inf.
There's About Two Million Fellows by Albert J. Cook, Sgt., H.Q. Detch., ---Army Corps


From the service of Eleanor McGee, American Red Cross nurse at Base Hospital # 23 "The Nouvel" located in Vittel, Vosges, France from 1918-1919 (?).
Date n.d.
Subjects World War I
Poetry