Museums and libraries across the nation are mounting exhibitions and programs covering all aspects of the World War One experience and heritage of the United States. To add your museum or library to this page, send an email to the webmaster with the relevant information. (See disclaimer.)
The old National Guard Armory building was purchased from the State of New Mexico in 1977. The building itself was built in 1916, the first armory to be completed in the new State of New Mexico (at that time only four years old.) Even before the building was finished, troops were mustered here in May 1916 to defend the border with Mexico as Pancho Villa’s raid on March 9, 1916 had made the residents of this area very uneasy. The building’s walls are 13 inches thick.
Yale houses a range of material, including diaries, photographs, postcards, propaganda posters, paintings, poems, works on paper, and war medals in the collections of the Yale Centre for British Art, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Manuscripts & Archives at Sterling Memorial Library, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and Yale University Art Gallery.”
Include ww1 posters, letters from ww1 military collection, photos from army signal core (1918-1919) Photos from Warren McNeill Papers
**Reminder, US proclaimed war against Germany April 1917**
The library proudly proclaims their state’s patriotism
Person to talk to about the artifacts,
Kevin Leonard, university archivist.
(this number calls the archive) 847-491-3354
n call Yivvane Spora
No specific website, need to research online, for pages of interest, no specific online website for ww1 collection