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"Homecoming of A-Co. 124 Machine Gun Co."

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WWI - Float in Homecoming Parade of A Co. 124 Machine Gun Battalion for Heroic Dead. pg. 54. c.1918

Photo of Seven Women c. 1917

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Liberty Loan "Flying Squadron" photograph of seven women.

"The Loyal Mothers of A. Co. 124 Machine Gun Co., Jan. 30th 1918"

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WWI - Loyal mothers of A. Co. 124 machine gun battalion, 1/30/1918. See Mothers of A. Company pg. 1.

Patriot Food Show Ushers

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WWI - Patriot Food show Ushers, c. 1918. Sign in photo "For Food Pledge Card - sign here"

Patriotic Food Show Herald Booth

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WWI - Herald booth at the Patriotic Food Show. See Food

Macon County Food Show, Feb 27-Mar 2, 1918.

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U of I food experts at work at the Macon County Food Show in the Palm Room at the Orlando Hotel, Decatur, IL.

Jackson School Boys - Red Cross Workers

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WWI - Group Photograph of Jackson School Boys, c. 1918. Writing on photograph "Jackson School Boys - Red Cross Workers"

Eastside Red Cross Headquarters - Jasper Street School

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Ladies Sitting Around Picnic Tables Making Bandages, Written on photograph "Eastside Red Cross Hdq. Jasper Street School."

Mrs. Jane M. Johns Making Trench Candles

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Photograph of 2 women making trench candles. Written on photograph "Mrs. Jane M. Johns making Trench Candles." c. 1918