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Catalog Number 2002.3.16
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2002.3
Description Camp newspaper, "Trench and Camp". Vol. 1, No. 1.

Contains articles on a Message from the Commander-in-Chief, Every private at camp can have a chance to be a general, Stunt night develops some real talent among camp men, Giant flag pole comes to Custer, Bernhard nearly comes to Custer, Honoring major Morden, The purpose of Trench and Camp, A Greeting worthwhile, Old guard welcomes new, "A soldiers Creed", "Marching into the Dawn", Obedience in camp. Glimpses of war in Europe and fighting men ready for it, Camp Custer football team 'Some Bunch to Stop' and other football related articles, Personnel biographies, Italians appeal for Y.M.C.A. aid, Oath not uniform makes the soldier, Yes paved way to be ready soon, The Enquirer News is after low fares, Battle Creek bids the 33rd Goodbye, Here is advice for the folks at home, A close-up at headquarters of the men you command the Camp Custer division, Wanted - A camp song, President envies men in trenches, Editorial cartoon of Uncle Sam holding a flag and telling a saluting soldier 'It's yours as much as Perishing's boy!'
Date October 8, 9117
Year Range from 1917
Year Range to 1917
Subjects Soldiers
Camp newspaper
Street maintenance & repair
Trench life
Editorial cartoons
Search Terms Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan
Title Trench and Camp