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MASSACHUSETTS in the WORLD WAR

A Bibliography
prepared by
James T. Controvich
March 28, 2016


World War I

 

List of Massachusetts Physicians in the Medical Corps of the United States Army, Navy, the Red Cross or British Service During the Great War. Boston, Mass.: Jamaica Printing Co., 1919. 39 pages. [New England Historical Genealogical Society, Boston]

Roster and Directory of the Officers and Organizations of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Boston, Mass.: The Adjutant General’s Office, 1914. 81 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Craig, George A. History Massachusetts State Guard. Boston: Planographed by Spaulding Moss Co., 1931. 28 pages . [Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University, Boston]

Fuess, Claude M. A Brief History of the American Legion in Massachusetts from Its Founding in 1919 to the Election of Officers in 1926. Boston: 1925. 53 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Kneeland, Paul D. The Utilization of Forest Products in Massachusetts as Affected by the War. Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1918. 14 pages .  [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Massachusetts. Executive Proclamations and War Legislation, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, June 1917. Boston: Wright & Potter Printers, 1917. 46 pages . [Minuteman Library Network, Natick] 

Massachusetts. Adjutant General. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the Year Ending December 31, 1916. Boston: Wright & Potter Print. Co., 1917. 259 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the Year Ending December 31, 1917. Boston: Wright & Potter Print. Co., 1918. 215 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the Year Ending December 31, 1918. Boston: Wright & Potter Print. Co., 1919. 219 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the Year Ending December 31, 1919. Boston: Wright & Potter Print. Co., 1920. 225 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

National German-American Alliance, Massachusetts State Branch. To All American Citizens of Massachusetts and Especially to Americans of German Ancestry. Boston: Massachusetts State Branch, National German-American Alliance, 1915. [4] pages . [Boston Athenaeum, Boston]

Perry, Gerard A. “Views of the Major Issues Effecting American Neutrality During the Great War, 1914-1916: Selected Political and Journalistic Opinions in Massachusetts.” MA Thesis, Salem State College, 1979.

Putnam, Eban. Report of the Commission on Massachusetts’ Part in the World War. Boston, Mass.: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1931. 2 volumes. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety

Lyman, George M. The Story of the Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety, February 10, 1917-November 21, 1918. Boston: Wright and Potter Printing Co., 1919. 600 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety. Committee on Mobilization of High School Boys for Farm Service. Report of Committee on Mobilization of High School Boys for Farm Service to the Executive Committee, Massachusetts Committee on Public Safety, October 1, 1917. Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1917. 60 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

—. To the High School Boys of Massachusetts: A Call for Patriotic Service. Boston: 1918. [12] pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Miscellaneous State National Guard Units

Massachusetts Coast Artillery


An Historical Souvenir of the Massachusetts Coast Artillery. Boston, Mass.: Geo. E. Crosby Co., Printing, ca. 1919. 40 pages .  [Mugar Library, Boston University, Boston]

1st Massachusetts Coast Artillery

Historical Sketch of the First Regiment, M.V.M. (Coast Artillery Corps) and the First Regiment M.V.M. Veterans. Boston, Mass.: 1914. 8 leaves.  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Reception and Ball of Coast Artillery Auxiliary: Complimentary to members Mass. Coast Artillery in U.S. Service During War with the Central Powers, South State Armory, Boston, Friday Evening, May 23 , 1919. Boston: Geo. E. Crosby, 1919. 40 pages . [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Cutler, Frederick M. The Old First, Massachusetts Coast Artillery in War and Peace. Boston, Mass.: Pilgrim Press, 1917. 180 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

2nd Company, Coast Artillery Corps


Historical Sketch and By-Laws of Second Company Coast Artillery Corps, National Guard of Massachusetts formerly Boston Light Infantry “The Tigers” (Organized 1798). Boston, Mass.: 1917. 15 pages .  

2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry


Dedicatorial Enlarged and Re-Modeled State Armory, Springfield, Massachusetts, May Twenty-First, 1915. Springfield, Mass.: F. A. Bassette Co., Printers, 1915. 45 pages .  [MA NG Museum, Concord]

9th Coast Artillery Co

Historical Review and Roster, 9th Co., Coast Artillery Corps, Mass. Volunteer Militia. Taunton, MA: 1916. 12 leaves. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

10th Massachusetts Infantry, State Guard  

D of the Tenth, Massachusetts State Guard, War Service, 1917-1920. Boston, Mass.: Wm. J. Walsh Press, ca. 1921.  58 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

12th Coast Artillery Co

Historical Review and Roster, 12th Co., Coast Artillery Corps, Mass. Volunteer Militia. Fall River, MA: 1915. 6 leaves. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Richardson Light Guard


History of the Richardson Light Guard of Wakefield, Mass. Covering the Third Quarter-Century Period, 1901-1926. Wakefield: Item Press, ca. 1926. 317 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Roxbury Horse Guard

Troop D, First Squadron Cavalry, M.N.G., Roxbury Horse Guards, Friday, June 15, 1917. N.p.: 1917. 6 leaves.  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Federalized National Guard Units from Massachusetts

26th Division


First Reunion of Yankee Division, Boston, Mass., July 2-3-4, 1921. Boston, Mass.: 1921. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

The Heroic 26th YD; Its Deeds and Valor Over There. Boston, Mass.: Ball Pub. Co., 1919. 16 leaves. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

The Immortal Yankee Division, 1917-1919. Boston, Mass.: 1919. 20. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

In Allegiance and Gratitude to the Soldiers of the 26th Division the Dead and Living Seekers of Peace by the Sword Who Died and Who Live for the Same High Purpose that Liberty and Law May Rule the World. Boston, Mass.: Everett Press, n.d. [48] pages . [American Legion Library, Indianapolis, IN]

The Story of the 26th. Boston, Mass.: 1919. 14 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Welcome Home. The 26th Division. Boston, Mass.: Everett Press, 1919. 26 lvs. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

The Welcome Home Book. Lowell, Mass.: T. Ed. O’Connell, ca. 1919. 8 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]      

American Battle Monuments Commission. 26th Division, Summary of Operations in the World War. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1944. 85 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Terrain Photographs, American Battlefields in Europe, 26th Division. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1923. [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Androit, R. Belleau Wood and the American Army, 2nd and 26th Divisions (June and July 1918). Washington: Belleau Wood Memorial Assn. (Coulommiers: Paul Brodard), 1925. 18 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Belleau Wood and the American Army, 2nd and 26th Divisions (June and July 1918). Pike, N.H.: Brass Hat Historical Reprints, n.d. 11 pages . ViQM

Benwell, Harry A . History of the Yankee Division. Boston, Mass.: Cornhill Co., 1919. 238 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Bidwell, Daniel D. 26th’s Fighting Record: Brilliant Achievements of Yankee Division at Chateau Thierry, Meuse-Argonne and St. Mihiel–Full Story of Connecticut’s Part in the Great War. Hartford, Conn.: Hartford Courant, 1919. 16 pages . (Insert from Sunday, April 20, 1919 edition).

Brownville, C. Gordon. With Christ in a Shell Hole. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Publishing house, 1943. 139 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

Cochrane, Rexmond C. The 26th Division in Aisne-Marne Campaign, July 1918. Washington: U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office, 1957. 68 pages . (U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Studies, Gas Warfare in World War I, Study No. 4.) [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. The 26th Division east of the Meuse, September 1918. Washington: U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Office, 1960. 74 pages . (U.S. Army Chemical Corps Historical Studies, Gas Warfare in World War I, Study No. 20.) [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Colby, Elbridge. “Night March of the 26th Division into the Dark Confusions of the St. Mihiel Salient,” Infantry Journal , 47 (September-October 1940): 462-474 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Condren, George G. “American Effort-World War: Aisne Marne Offensive, 18 July-6 August 1818, Operations of the 26th Division.” Fort Leavenworth, Kan.: Command and General Staff School, 1933. 7 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Du Boisrouvray, A. “Avec la 26e d. i. americaine.” Revue des Deux Mondes, s8, 17 (15 September 1933): 334-65 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Finnegan, Terrence J. “A Delicate Affair” on the Western Front: America’s learns how to fight a modern war in the Woëvre trenches. Stroud, Glousestershire, U.K.: History Press. 2014. 432 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Ford, Bert. The Fighting Yankees Overseas. Boston, Mass.: N.E. McPhail, 1919. 259 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

George, Albert E., and Edwin H. Cooper. Pictorial History of the Twenty-six Division, United States Army, with Official Government Pictures Made by United States Signal Corps Unit Under the Command of Captain Edwin H. Cooper. Boston, Mass.: Ball Pub. Co., 1920. 320 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]  

Grotelueschen, Mark E. The AEF Way of War: The American Army and Combat in World War I. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 387 pages . (Covers, 1st, 2nd, 26th, and 77th Divisions) DLC

Kelly, T. Howard. What Outfit Buddy? New York: Harper & Bros., 1920. 211 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

—. “Why General Edwards Was Sent Home.” The New McClure’s, 61 (October 1928): 10-13, 98-101 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

McCormack, Robert L. Remember the Brave: New England’s 26th (Yankee) Division with the American Expeditionary Force in World War I France, 1917-1919. Lexington, Ky.: 2013. 138 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Nelson, John. A Brief History of the Fighting Yankee Division, AEF on the Battlefront, February 5, 1919. Worcester: 1919. 15 pages . (Reprinted from the Worcester Evening Gazette, 1919). [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Pease, Shawn. The Postal History of the 26th Yankee Division in World War One. N.p.: Lulu Press, 2004. 63 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Shay, Michael E. Revered Commander: Maligned General: The Life Clarence Ransom Edwards, 1959-1931. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2011. 272 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. Sky Pilots: The Yankee Division chaplains in World War I. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2014. 216 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. The Yankee Division in the First World War: In the Highest Tradition. College Station: Texas A&M Press, 2008. 294 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Sibley, Frank. With the Yankee Division in France. Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown and Co., 1919. 365 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Taylor, Emerson G . New England in France, 1917-1919. A History of the Twenty-six Division, USA. Boston, Mass.: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1920. 325. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Field Artillery Regiments


101st F Artillery Regiment

[26th Division]

Being the Narrative of Battery A of the 101st Field Artillery (formerly Battery A of Boston). From the Time of Its Muster into Federal Service on July 25, 1917, Through Its 19 Months of Service in France, Nine Months of Which Were in Action at the Front, Until Its Demobilization at Camp Devens, Mass., on April 29, 1919. Cambridge: Brattle Press, 1919. 269 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

A Short History & Photographic Record of the 101st Field Artillery, 1917, Col. John H. Sherboure, Commanding Officer. Cambridge: University Press, 1918. 60 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Barton, George P., and Emma w. Barton. War Service and Memorial of Lester Clement Barton, Thyrza Barton Dean, William Sidney Barton, Raymond Welles Barton. Rochester, N.Y.: E. R. Andrews Printing Co., 1922. 175 pages . [New England Historical Genealogical Society, Boston]

Bush, Clarence. Love From Chezeaux: WWI Memoirs of Clarence Bush. Compiled by Lyn Allyn, Lyn. Bloomington, Ill.: Authorhouse, 2006. 254 pages . [Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, North Andover]  

Carter, Russell G. The 101st Field Artillery, A.E.F., 1917-1919. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1940. 305 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]


Kondratiuk, Leonid. History of the 101st Field Artillery, 1636-2007. N.p.: Historical Services Office, Office of the Adjutant General, 2007. 21 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Rogers, Horatio. The Diary of an Artillery Scout. N. Andover, Mass.: 1975. 268 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

—. World War I Through My Sights. San Raphael, Calif.: 1976. 268 pages .  [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Sherburne, John H. The Rambling Reminiscences of an Old Timer. Cambridge, Mass.: Howard A. Doyle, Printing Co., 1961. 80 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Washburn, Slater. One of the Yankee Division. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1919. 163 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

102nd F Artillery Regiment

[26th Division]


History of the 102d Field Artillery (Second Corps Cadets) Mass. National Guard, Salem, Mass. N.p.: ca. 1921. 2 leaves.   [MA NG Museum, Concord]

History of the One Hundred Second Field Artillery, July 1917 - April 1919. Boston, Mass.: Lawrence Press, 1927. 193 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

A Short History and Photographic Record of the 102nd U.S. Field Artillery, 1917, Col. Morris E. Locke, Commanding. Cambridge: University Press, 1918. [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Abbott, George A. Our Remembrance Book of Battery F, 102nd Field Artillery. Andover: Andover Press, ca. 1919. 29 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Hobson, Stephen G. A Flag Unfurled: The war letters of Stephen L. Hobson, II. Edited by Anita L. Guant. N.p.: Createspace, 2012. 579 pages . [Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, North Andover]  

LaBranche, Ernest E. An American Battery in France. Worcester: Belisle Printing and Pub. Co., 1923. 237 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Mozley, George. Our Miracle Battery, by Private George Mozley, Battery F, 102nd Field Artillery. Lowell: Sullivan Bros., Printers, 1920. 78 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Sirois, Edward D., and William McGinnis. Smashing Through “the World War” with Fighting Battery C. Salem, Mass.: Heck Press, 1919. 176 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Trench Mortar Batteries

101st Trench Mortar Battery

[26th Division]


Le Crapauillot. N.p.: ca. 1919. 115 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

 
Engineer Regiments

101st Engineer Regiment

[26th Division]

“101st Engineers,” Veteran I.C.C. Quarterly, 9 (May-August 1919): 1-21 pages .

T he 101st U.S. Engineers (1st Corps Cadets) in Foreign Service. Presented by the Veterans Association, 1st Corps Cadets, April 24, 1919. Boston, Mass.: 1919. 104. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Directory 101st Engineers with Permanent Home Addresses at Time of Demobilization, April 28, 1919. Boston, Mass.: Pinkham Press, 1919. 56 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

History of the 101st United States Engineers, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918-1919. Cambridge: University Press, 1926. 357 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

A Memorial Address to the 101st Engineers, United States Army. Boston, Mass.: Printshop of Wentworth Institute, ca. 1920. [26] pages .

Memorial Service for the Men of the 101st Regiment United States Engineers (First Corps Cadets) Who Gave their Lives in the Great War. N.p.: 1920. [4] pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

The Story of B Company, 101st Engineers, Compiled by Members of B Company. N.p.: n.d. [ca. 1919]. 127 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

The Story of “E” Company, 101st Engineers, 26th Division. Boston, Mass.: Advertising and Printing Co., 1919. 152 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

See Alcock, Robert, under 104th Infantry Regiment.

Edwards, Clarence R. Story of the 101st Engineers, 26th Division, U.S.A. Portland, ME: Wardell Printers, n.d. 20 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Perkins, Palfrey. Address at the Memorial Service held at the Cadet Armory, Boston, May 26, 1918 in honor of Those Members of the 101st United States Engineers (First Corps Cadets) Who Have Given Their Lives for their Country. [Boston]: 1918. 16 pages. [Peabody Essex Museum, Salem]

Rideout, Percy. Dear Heart: A Diary Letter, 1917-1918. Concord, Mass.: Privately printed, 1965. 74 pages . [Minuteman Library Network, Natick]

Simmons, William S. The “Little Peter” Papers. Boston, Mass.: 1921. 142. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Storm, Henry H. A Soldier’s Diary of World War One, France, 1917-1919, Corporal H. H. Storm, Company C, 101st United States Engineers. Edited A. Margaret Bok. Lisbon Falls, Me.: Soleil Lifestory Network, 2006. 204 pages . [New England Historical Genealogical Society, Boston]

Swan, Carroll J. My Company. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1918. 263 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Weaver, Frederick N., and Philip N. Sanborn. The Story of F Company, 101st Engineers, an Informal Narrative. Boston, Mass.: T. O. Metcalf Co., 1924. 174 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Wunderlich, Raymond . From Trench and Dugout, Private Raymond Wunderlich, Company E, 101st U.S. Engineers. A Story of His Experiences in the Great War. Stockton, Calif.: 1919. 82 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Infantry Regiments

101st Infantry Regiment

[26th Division]

Duane, James T . Dear Old “K,” 101st Infantry, YD. Boston, Mass.: Thomas Todd Co., 1922. 210 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Hamilton, Richard. Letters from the Front Lines: World War I, 1914-1919; The 26th Division and Company K. Philadelphia: 2010. 45 pages .  [MA NG Museum, Concord]

—. A New England Doughboy in France: A brief history of World War I, 1914-1919; The 26th Division, Company K, and Pvt. Thomas A. Hamilton. Philadelphia: 2011. 131 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Shine, William F. “With Company E, 101st Infantry in the World War, Read Before the Medford Historical Society.” Medford Historical Register , 30 (1927): 77-85 pages .  

Wilder, F. C. War Experiences. Belchertown, Mass.: Press of Lewis Blackmer, 1926. 119 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

 
104th Infantry Regiment

[26th Division]

In Memoriam, Captain Harold Ludington Hemingway, Company F, 104th Infantry, U.S.A., Born at New Haven, Connecticut, May 25, 1893; Died at Glorieux, France, October 21, 1918 of Wounds Received in Action Near Verdun. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1920. 81 pages . [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Sixth Reunion of the 104th Infantry. N.p.: 1925. 16 pages .

Souvenir, Military Ball: Benefit of D Co., 104th Regiment, Holyoke’s Own Company. N.p.: 1918. 26 leaves. [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Adams, Herbert L. Worcester Light Infantry, 1803-1922, a History, 1924. Worcester: Commonwealth Press, Printers, 1924. 608 pages . (Company C) [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Abertine, Connell. The Yankee Doughboy. Boston, Mass.: Brandon Press, ca. 1968. 306 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Alcock, Robert. “Brothers in Arms: The Daley brothers in the First World War.” MA Thesis, California State University Dominguez Hills, 2007. (Bothers served in 104th Infantry Regiment and 101st Engineer Regiment) [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Cheatham, B. F. Historical Data, 104th Infantry, A.E.F. N.p.: 1919. 66 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Fifield, James H. The Regiment, a History of the 104th US Infantry, AEF, 1917-1919. Springfield: 104th Infantry Association, 1946. 504 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Lynch, Rose A. The Fighting Boy of the American Expeditionary Forces in France, 1917-1918. E. Longmeadow, Mass.: Unigraf Printers, 1978. 140 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Merkle, Henry B. Memoirs of an Infantryman as Told by Henry B. Merkle. Edited by Edward B. Merkle. Orrville, Ohio: Bunker Hill Pub., 1989. [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Walsh, William H. Yanks, New England’s Own: A graphic story of the 26th Yankee Division with special reference to the gallant 104th Regiment, cited by France for its particular bravery. N.p.: Lyons Printing Co., 1919. 39 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]  

Westbrook, Stillman F. Those Eighteen Months, October 9, 1917-April 8, 1919. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1934. 229 pages . [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA ]
 

372nd Infantry Regiment

[93rd Division]

Mason, Monroe, and Arthur Furr . The American Negro Soldier with Red Hand of France. Boston, Mass.: Cornhill Co., ca. 1921. 180 pages . .   [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

—. Thoughts of an American Soldier and a Brief History of the 372d U.S. Infantry. N.p.: 1919. [46] pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Wright, Bruce. “World War I as I Saw It: The Memoirs of an African American Soldier.” Edited by Tracey L. Spencer and James E. Spencer, Jr. Massachusetts Historical Review, 9 (2007): 134-65 pages .   [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

 
102nd Machine Gun Battalion

[26th Division]

Chamberlin, J. E. The Only Thing for a Man to Do. The Story of Raymond Chamberlin, Private, 102d Machine Gun Battalion, U.S.A. Killed at Marcheville, France, Sept. 26, 1918. To Which is Added a Brief Record of His Brother Charles. Boston, Mass.: Privately Printed, 1921. 99 pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Havlin, Arthur C. The History of Company A, 102nd Machine Gun Battalion, Twenty-six Division, AEF. Boston, Mass.: Harry C. Rodd and Assoc., 1928. 224 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Klingeman, Harold B. In Memoriam. Letters of Harold Britton Klingeman, Company C, 102nd Machine Gun Battalion, Written to the Loved Ones. N.p.: 1919. 37 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

McCarthy, Robert J. A History of Troop A, Cavalry, Connecticut National Guard and Its Service in the Great War as Co. D, 102d Machine Gun Battalion. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1919. 93 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

 

26th Military Police Company

[26th Division]

History of the 26th Military Police Company in France, 1917-1919. Boston, Mass.: Thomas Todd Co., 1919. 88 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

101st Ammunition Train

[26th Division]


Farrant, Ray R. Record of Events, “G” Company, 101st Ammunition Train, 26th Division. N.p.: 1919. 12 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Local Histories


Amherst

Amherst in World War I, 1917-1918, and in World War II, 1941-1945. Amherst: Town of Amherst, 1947.  [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Andover


Fuess, Claude M., editor. Andover, Massachusetts in the World War. Andover, Mass.: Andover Press, 1921. 224 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Bedford

Jenks, Charles W. Bedford in the World War: An Account Played by the Citizens of the Town of Bedford, Military and Civilian in the Great War with Germany, 1917-1919. N.p.: 1927. 80 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Boston

De Wagstaffe, W. “How’s Boston Now?” The Forum, 60 (July 1918): 88-95 pages .  [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Pearsall, Michael J. “Boston and World War I: A Thesis.” MA Thesis, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 2003.

Russell, Francis. A City in Terror: Calvin Coolidge and the 1919 Boston Police Strike. New York: Viking Press, 1975. 256 pages. [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Tischler, Barbara L. “One Hundred Percent Americanism and Music in Boston During World War I.” American Music, 4 (Summer 1986): 164-76 pages .  [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Whittle, Ronald G. “The Opinion of the Boston Irish Community toward World War I.” MA Thesis, Clark University, 1962.

Brockton

Brockton’s Honor Roll of Her Sons Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in the World War. Brockton: Brockton World War Victory Association, 1919. 108 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Buckland

Official Souvenir Program for Buckland’s and Shelburne’s Welcome to her Soldier and Sailor Boys, Given in Honor of the Return of the Boys Who Served in the World War, 1917-1918. Shelburne Falls, Mass.: 1919. [8] pages .  [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Dalton

Dalton and the World War: Being the Story of the Service Rendered their Country by the People of Dalton, Massachusetts in the World War of 1917-1918. N.p.: Benjamin F. Sullivan Post No. 155 of the American Legion, 1922. 148 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Dedham


Smith, Frank. A History of Dedham, Massachusetts. Dedham, Mass.: The Transcript Press, 1936. 543 pages . (Roster of Officers and Men in World War I,. 510-514 pages .) [Minuteman Library Network, Natick]

Everett


Welcome Home Souvenir Book in Honor of Everett’s Soldiers and Sailors. Published in Connection with the Welcome Home Celebration, July 4, 5 and 6, 1919. Everett, Mass.: 1919. 206 pages . [Minuteman Library Network, Natick]

Great Barrington

Taylor, Charles J. History of Great Barrington (Berkshire) Massachusetts. Great Barrington: Town of Great Barrington, 1928. 620 pages . (A Roll of Soldiers who served in the World War, 568-572 pages ) [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Haverhill

Richmond, Charles A. Haverhill War Record of 1917-1919. Patriotic Services: 4172 from Haverhill in Service. Haverhill, Mass.: C. A. Richmond, ca. 1920. 122 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Holyoke


Zack, Charles S. Holyoke in the Great War. . . Holyoke, Mass.: Transcript Pub. Co., 1919. 475 pages. [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Ipswich

Ipswich in the World War. Salem, Mass.: Printed for the Society, 1920. 244 pages . (Publications of the Ipswich Historical Society) [Beverly Historical Society, Beverly]

 
Lawrence

Dorgan, Maurice B. History of Lawrence Massachusetts, with War Records. Lawrence: The Author, 1924. 267 pages . [Minuteman Library Network, Natick]

Lynn

Pashby, William F. Lynn in the World War. N.p.: 1928. 45 pages . [Peabody Essex Museum, Salem]

Melrose

Victory Jubilee, Memorial Building, Melrose, Massachusetts, Friday Evening, March 14, 1919. Boston, Mass.: Tudor Press, 1919. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Milford

Welcome Home: World War Veterans. Milford, Massachusetts, June 9, ‘19. Milford, Mass.: Charlescraft Press, 1919. [8] pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]  

New Bedford

Military Scenes, New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass.: E. Anthony & Sons, ca. 1917. [24] pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Newburyport

Newburyport in the World War: With the Records of All the Men and Women Who Served in the Military and Naval Forces of the United States and Its Allies. Newburyport, Mass.: New Pub. Co., 1938. 302 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Newton

Brimblecom, J. C., editor. Newton War Memorial. Newton, Mass.: Newton Graphic, 1930. 103, 71, 39, 4 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Northbridge


Souvenir of the Dedication of Memorial to the Veterans of the World War of the Town of Northbridge, November 3rd, 1922. Worcester: Commonwealth Press, 1922. [24] pages. [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Norwood


Fanning, Patricia J. Influenza and Inequality: One Town’s Tragic Response to the Great Epidemic of 1918. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2010. 162 pages. [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Oakham

Wright, Henry B. Soldiers of Oakham, Massachusetts, in the Great War of 1914-1918. Oakham: Oakham Historical Society, 1919. 31 pages.  [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Shelburne

See under Buckland entries.

South Hadley

South Hadley, Massachusetts in the World War. Holyoke, Mass.: Anker Printing Co., 1932. 132 pages. [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

Springfield

Report of the Committee on Public Safety of Springfield to the Mayor and City Council of Springfield, Mass., December 1, 1918. N.p.: 1918. 37 pages .  

Stoughton

The World War Veterans of Stoughton. N.p.: Pequa Press, 1919. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Swampscott

Swampscott Honor Roll, World War, 1917-1918. Lynn, Mass.: Beckwith Press, 1921. 96. [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]  

Taunton

Melanson, Leo G. “Taunton, Massachusetts in the First World War.” MA Thesis, Bridgewater State College, 1974.

Topsfield

The War Activities of Topsfield, Massachusetts During the Great War, 1917-1918. Topsfield, Mass.: Public Safety Committee, 1919. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Westfield

Clark, Edward G. Westfield and the World War. N.p.: Westfield Times Co., Print., ca. 1919. 55 pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]]

Winchester

Winchester’s War Record, Civil-Spanish-American-World War. N.p.: Andover Press, 1925. 183 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Military Installations

Boston Supply Base, Mass.

The Boston Army Supply Base News. Boston: 1918. Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge

Gow, Charles R. Completion Report of the Constructing Quartermaster of the Boston Army Supply Base. Boston, Mass.: War Department, Office of the Constructing Quartermaster, Boston Quartermaster Terminal, 1919. 133 leaves. [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Camp Brooks, Mass.

Medical Report of Influenza, Camp Brook, Corey Hill, Brookline. Boston: Adjutant General Office, 1918. 39 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Camp Devens, Mass.

Camp Devens, National Army Cantonment, Ayer, Massachusetts. Boston, Mass.: Smith & Porter, ca. 1917. 8 leaves. [MA NG Museum, Concord]

The Pick. 3rd O.T.C., Camp Devens, Mass. Boston, Mass.: Press of George H. Dean, 1918. 117. [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

Relative Rank of Officers Stationed at Camp Devens, Ayer, Mass. June 1, 1918. Camp Devens: Camp Devens Printing Office, 1918. 29 pages . [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Scenes of Camp Devens, National Army Cantonment, Ayer, Mass. Ayer, Mass.: George H. Hill, ca. 1919.

Batchelder, Roger . Camp Devens. Boston, Mass.: Small, Maynard & Co., 1918. 96 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Canfield, Edward. Completion Report of Camp Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts. Ayer, Mass.: 1917. 28 leaves. [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA]

Frothingham. Channing. The Influenza Epidemic at Camp Devens in 1918. A Study of the Pathology of the Fatal Causes. Chicago: 1923.  

Molloy, Jane G. “Camp Devens, Massachusetts.” The American Journal of Nursing, 18 (May 1918): 653-58 pages

Robinson, William J. Forging the Sword: The Story of Camp Devens. Concord, N.H.: Rumford Press, 1920. 172 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Spooner, Lesley N., et al. “A Bacteriologic Study of the Influenza Epidemic at Camp Devens, Mass.” Journal of American Medical Association, 72 (January 18, 1919): 155-59 pages .

Base Hospital, Camp Devens, Mass.

The Yankee Flare. Camp Devens, Mass.: 1919. [Periodical] Library of Congress, DC

Camp Devens Sub-Depot, Camp Devens, Mass.

Organization and Operation of the Camp Devens Sub-Depot of the Quartermaster Corps, 1918. N.p. [Camp Devens, Mass.]: ca. 1919. 69 pages .  [Controvich Library, Springfield]

Schools, Colleges, and Universities

American International College, Springfield


The College and the War. Springfield, Mass.: American International College, 1918. [11] pages . [American International College Library, Springfield ]

Amherst College, Amherst


Fuess, Claude M. The Amherst Memorial Volume: A Record of the Contributions Made by Amherst College and Amherst Men in the World War, 1914-18. Amherst, Mass: The College, 1926. 243 pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst

Morris, Delia. “Amherst College During the Great War.” BA Thesis, Amherst College, 1996.

Pottle, Emery. “How the Amherst Spirit Works ‘Somewhere in France.’” Amherst Graduate Quarterly, 5 (May 1916): 172-74 pages . [Amherst College Library, Amherst]

Boston College, Newton

Keatings. John S., editor. Boston College in the World War, 1917-1918. Chestnut Hill, Mass.: Boston College, ca. 1924. 365 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

Boston High School of Commerce, Boston,

Cunningham, James E., et al. The Boston High School of Commerce in the World War. Norwood, Mass.: Plimpton Press, 1921. 214 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

Boston Public Latin School, Boston

The Public Latin School of Boston in the World War, 1914-1918, a Roll of Honor. Boston: Merrymont Press, 1925. [280] pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

Boston, University, Boston

“War Record Number.” Bostonia, 21 (December 1920).  411 pages . [Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University, Boston ]

Groton School, Groton

Richards, Henry H. Groton School in the War. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard, 1925. 277 pages . [Yale University Library, New Haven, CT]

Harvard University, Cambridge

Harvard in the War. Cambridge, Mass.: 1917. [11] pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst ]

Harvard War Activities: A Reprint of the Report of the Committee on Military Science and Tactics of the Board of Overseers. Cambridge, Mass. [?]: 1918. 15 pages . [State Library of Massachusetts, Boston]

The Harvard War Memorial. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1926. Plates. [12] pages . DLC

A Roll of Honor of Harvard Men Who Have Given Their Lives for Liberty and Democracy in the War Against Germany. Manus haec inimica Tryrannis. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1919. 23 pages . [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston]

A Roll of Honor of Harvard Men Who Have Given Their Lives for Liberty and Democracy in the War Against Germany. Manus haec inimica Tryrannis. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1920. 26 pages .   [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston]

A Roll of Honor of Harvard Men Who Have Given Their Lives for Liberty and Democracy in the War Against Germany. Manus haec inimica Tryrannis. 4th edition, revised to May 15, 1921. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1921. 27 pages. [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston ]

Elliott, Paul B. On the Field of Honor: A Collection of War Letters and Reminiscences of Three Harvard Undergraduates Who Gave Their Lines in the Great Cause. Boston: Printed for their friends, [Merrymount Press], 1920. 121. [ Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston]

Howe, M. A. De Wolfe. The Harvard Volunteers in Europe, Personal Records of Experiences in Military, Ambulance, and Hospital Service. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1916. 264 pages . [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston ]

—. Memoirs of the Harvard Dead in the War Against Germany. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1920-24. 5 volumes. [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston]

Mead, Frederick S. Harvard’s Military Record in the World War. Boston: Harvard Alumni Association, 1921. 1142 pages . [Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston ]

College of Holy Cross, Worcester

Holy Cross College Service Record, War of 1917. Worcester, Mass.: Holy Cross College, 1920. 521 pages . [Thomas P. O’Neill Library, Boston College, Newton ]

Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst


Massachusetts Agricultural College in the War. Amherst: Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1921. 203, [13] pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst ]

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge

Ruckman, John. Technology’s War Record: Interpretation of the Contribution Made by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Its Staff, Its Former Students and Its Undergraduates to the Cause of the United States and the Allied Powers in the Great War, 1914-1919. Cambridge, Mass.: Murray Printing Co., 1920. 747 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Shirley, Noel. “The Navy at M.I.T.” Over the Front, 10 (Winter 1995): 342-66 pages .

Wick, Henry C., Jr., editor. A Book of “The Last Flight,” United States Naval Aviation Detachment, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Andover, Mass.: Andover Press, 1919. 118 pages .  

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley

Van Hoosen, Carolyn S. “Educated American Women and the First World War: The Mount Holyoke Experience.” MA Thesis, Georgetown University, 1993.

Phillips Academy, Andover

Fuess, Claude M., editor. Phillips Academy, Andover, in the Great War. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1919. 398 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

St. Marks School, Southborough

Benson, Albert E., editor. Saint Marks School in the War Against Germany. Norwood, Mass.: Saint Marks School, 1920. 278 pages .   [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst ]

Smith College, Northampton

War Activities at Smith College. Northampton, Mass.: Student War Board, 1919. 23 pages . [Nelson Library, Smith College, Northampton]

Dalby, Louise E. “An Irrepressible Crew”: The Smith College Relief Unit. Northampton, Mass.: Friends of Smith College Library, 1968. 85.(Smith College Library, Sophia Smith Collection, Pamphlet no. 6). [Nelson Library, Smith College, Northampton]

Gaines, Ruth L. Ladies of Grecourt: The Smith College Relief Unit in the Somme. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1920. 246 pages . [Nelson Library, Smith College, Northampton ]

—. A Village in Picardy. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1918. 193 pages . [Nelson Library, Smith College, Northampton ]

Springfield College, Springfield

Springfield College and the War. N.p.: 1918. 22 pages . [Babson Library, Springfield College, Springfield]

Wellesley College, Wellesley


Report of the Wellesley College Training Camp and Experiment Station for the Women’s Land Army of America. Wellesley, Mass.: The Camp [?]. 1918. 30 pages . NcGU

Report of the Wellesley College Training Camp and Experiment Station for the Women’s Land Army of America. 2nd edition. Wellesley, Mass.: 1919. 95 pages . MWelC

Wentworth Institute, Boston

The Roll of Honor, Wentworth Institute, containing brief tributes to the names of the heroic young men from the day classes of Wentworth who gave their lives in the World War in order that freedom and justice might prevail. Boston: 1922.  [MA NG Museum, Concord]

War Memorial Book: Containing the Roll of Honor, the War Activities and the War Records of Wentworth Men. Boston: Wentworth Institute, 1926. 256 pages .

Williams College

Wood, Frederic T., editor. Williams College in the World War. New York: Schillings Press, 1926. 500 pages .   [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst ]

Winsor School, Boston


The Overseas War Record of the Winsor School, 1914-1919. Boston: Winsor School Graduate Club, ca. 1919. 103 pages . [W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University Massachusetts, Amherst]

 
Miscellaneous

Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company


Boston Edison Company, A War-Time Record: An Illustrated Account of the War-Time Activities of Edison Electric Illuminating Company of Boston During the Great World War, 1914-1918.Boston: Privately printed for Edison Electric Illuminating Company, 1922. 108 pages . [MA NG Museum, Concord]

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass.

Reception to the Massachusetts General Hospital Physicians, Nurses, and Employees Who Served in the Great War, June 9, 1919.Cambridge, Mass.: University Press, 1920. 29 pages . MH

Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital

(Base Hospital no. 44)

Lee, Wesley T. The Battle of Pougues-le-Eaux: A History of U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 44, Organized by the Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, Boston, Mass . New York: Globe Press, ca. 1923. 72 pages . [U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA ]



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