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[Postcard of American Flag]

Description: Postcard of an American Flag, with text that says "Stars and Stripes Forever." Typed text on the back of the photo says "Red is for fervent courage and zeal. White is for purity, cleanness of life. Blue is for loyalty and friendship's devotion. Justice and truth against malice and strife." A handwritten note addressed to Miss Helen H. Aten in Bloomsburg, PA says "Hello All- Swell day here at Camp Andres usual went for the weekly boat ride. In fact it was quite hot and I had my field jacket off. Days are passing very rapidly and I do enjoy them very much. Received your card and Fred's letter. Tonite I am in Camp and it is almost 9:00. Therefore the scribbling. Tell Fred the egg is all gone and was delicious. Woody."
Date: 1942
Creator: Aten, Woodrow W.
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

[Photograph of the First Detachment of American Troops to Europe]

Description: Postcard with a group photograph of the first American troops sent to Europe in World War I. There are six total rows of soldiers in the picture, but only two are seated on the bottom row. The description on the back of the photo reads: "The first American detachment to be trained in England to help down the Huns." The picture also says that this was taken at Queen's College in October 1917. The name of three of the men are written on the back.
Date: October 1917
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas