|Object Name||Clipping, Magazine|
Magazine clipping. Color print of a painting by Gayle Porter Hoskins printed in The Ladies' Home Journal's Souvenir Pictures of the Great War. Caption below the print: "ONE-HUNDRED-PER-CENT HEROISM, AND EVERY MAN A YANKEE / HERE is one of the most thrilling incidents of the war emphasizing once more that no emergency whatever can faze a 'doughboy.' With half the horses of an artillery company killed by Hun shells, and ammunition to be brought up or the day lost, these valiant Yankee lads hitched themselves to the heavy caissons and rushed them to the front over a three-mile stretch of shell-swept road." 24.2 x 36.5 cm.
Image is from photo album 2005.74.37.
From the service of Sgt. Sidney Morse Willis, Service No. 1446764, Headquarters Company, 137th Infantry Regiment, 35th Division, A.E.F.
World War I
|Title||Magazine clipping - color print: "One-Hundred-Per-cent Heroism, and Every Man a Yankee"|