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    • Response to Germany Actions in 1935

    • telegrams; wars;
    • A telegram sent to Senator William Borah from a constituant regarding Hitler's violates the Treaty of Versailles by introducing military conscription on March 16, 1935. The constituant, Robert Kellough supports Borah's position of US isolationism.
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    • War Ration Book Two

    • wars; ration books;
    • A War Ration Book Two issued to Rose Pell. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the transportation of fresh foods and...
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    • War Ration Book Two Point Explanation

    • wars; ration books;
    • An article from the newspaper that helped to explain the point system. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply . For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited the...
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    • Prisoner of War Camp Number

    • wars; idenfication signs;
    • John David Rogge Sr. was born July 14, 1920, in Payette, Idaho. While helping Morrison Knudson to build an airbase on Wake Island, he, along with many others, was captured by the Japanese in 1941. The correspondence in the collection is mainly to...
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    • Territorial Capitol 5

    • capitols; wars
    • Old state capitol decorated for return of soldiers of Spanish American War.
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    • Purple Heart Certificate

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • Purple Heart posthumously awarded on February 12, 1951 to Sergeant First Class Joe D. Carter for wounds received in action resulting in his death September 4, 1950.
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    • AR0001 Indian Wars Index

    • Idaho Territory, Native American Relations, Bannock War, Nez Perce War, U.S. Military
    • Series includes mustering papers, correspondence, discharge papers, and certificates from the Bannock and Nez Perce Wars
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    • Silver Star Certificate

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • Silver Star posthumously awarded on December 28, 1950 to Sergeant First Class Joe D. Carter for gallantry in action in Pusan-Dong Korea on September 4, 1950.
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    • Dock Canteen Staff

    • wars; docks; canteens; women; men;
    • Staff of the Y.M.C.A. dock canteen at St. Nazaire, France in April, 1919. (Grace Gallet was born on May 23, 1893 in Pocatello, Idaho. After World War I, Grace was chosen by the General Federation of Women�s Clubs to be sent to France to do war...
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    • Territorial Capitol 11

    • capitols; buildings; wars
    • Statehouse decorated for return of Idaho volunteers from the Phillipines. Spanish-American War.
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    • Doughboy Monument in Moscow

    • monuments; wars; military personnel;
    • The Doughboy Monument in Moscow, Idaho, unveiled by the American Legion on May 30, 1923. The monumnet was provided for by the Latah County Commissioners and constructed by George H. Moody.
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    • YMCA Dock Canteen Interior

    • wars; canteens; docks; military personnel; women;
    • The interior of the Y.M.C.A. dock canteen at St. Nazaire, France in 1919. These photographs are glued onto the cover of a scrapbook Grace Gallet made to remember the trip.
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    • Sugar Purchase Certificate

    • wars; ration books;
    • This certificate authorized School District 36 to purchase 106 pounds of sugar. During World War II, food and other goods were in short supply. For instance, canned foods were shipped overseas for the military. Gasoline and tire rationing limited...
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    • President Truman Condolence Document

    • document; wars; military personnel;
    • This document was intended for the family of Sergeant First Class Joe B. Carter, who died in military operations in Korea on September 4, 1950.
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    • Civil War Field Promotion

    • military personnel; wars;
    • This is the field promotion for Patrick Collins signed by Abraham Lincoln on February 21, 1862. Patrick Collins was born March 17, 1833 in Ireland and immigrated to the United States as a young man. He enlisted in the army in 1855. He served in the...
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