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Catalog Number 2002.3.17
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2002.3
Description Camp newspaper, "Trench and Camp". Vol. 1, No. 3.

Contains articles Booster Bill of Custer about Custer Day, the English to foreigners, and about Theodore Roosevelt, You're it boys for the big liberty-day doing (liberty bond drive), Doing in the green buildings at Y-445, Y-605, Y-181, Y-86, Y-303, Whats next (article about following orders), Somewhere in France (A song), Touching shoulders across the continent (talking about the size of the American Army that is being trained), Japan with Uncle Sam (U.S.-Japanese relations, Double-barreled patriotism manifested by soldiers you purchase liberty bonds, Good wishes from cardinal Gibbens, A Soldier's life (a poem), Petain at close range, Submarines have little chance to sing American Troopship; navy protects transports like mother guarding her children, Editorial cartoon about soldier being worn down by marching, Barracks Wheeze (humor section, Visiting crowd (dedication of new Knights of Columbus hall), Father Stephenson ordered to Washington, Colored select men to report October 27, Glory to Our liberty Bond soldiers, To raise $1250000 for army Y.M.C.A., Name chantue airmen to fly over Chicago, More entertainments for California boys, Castle Club shows it has all kinds of talent, Wisconsin Governor is expected Liberty Day, Regimental band has its first rehearsal, editorial cartoon showing a soldiers trying to persuade a visably frightened caption onto a bucking horse, Paper talks about the War (Gods involvement), Y.M.C.A. doing its bit for soldiers over there, East side take Kaiser into camp.
Date October 22, 1917
Year Range from 1917
Year Range to 1917
Subjects Parades & processions
Celebrations
English language
Fund raising
Young Men's Christian associations
Orders
Military mobilizations
Japanese
International relations
Poetry
Biography
Submarine warfare
Naval operations
Editorial cartoons
Humor
Fraternal organizations
Cardinals
Minorities
Young Men's Christian associations
Flying
Entertainment
Clubs
Music ensembles
Faith
Horseback riding

Camp newspaper
Search Terms Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan
Title Trench and Camp