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A University Goes to War, World War I Women

   
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  1. Adcock, Ada -- Biographic sketch from Index
    Photocopy of a photograph and three paragraphs describing "Miss Ada Adcock" and her involvement in World War I. This biographical sketch was printed in the Illinois State Normal University yearbook, Index, for 1919 (p. 93). Size: 13 x 13.75 cm.

  2. Adcock, Ada -- ISNU Survey
    Illinois State Normal University survey to people who served in World War I filled out by Ada Adcock. Size: 27.7 x 21.3 cm.

  3. Adcock, Ada -- News Clipping
    News clipping describing the return of Ada Adcock from France, where she served as a Nurse during World War I. Newspaper clipping from The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 5.75 x 5.75 cm.

  4. Adcock, Ada -- News Clipping
    Newsclipping describing the visit of Ada Adcock to Normal, Illinois. She was serving as a nurse in WWI. Published in The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 8 x 5.75 cm.

  5. Adcock, Ada -- Portrait of Ada Adcock in Service Uniform
    Studio portait of nurse in uniform. Labeled "Ada Adcock Red Cross Nurse". Size: 8 x 10.5 cm.

  6. Babbitt, Ellen -- Dictation
    Dictation to stenographer by Miss Babbitt concerning duties overseas. Three pages, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  7. Babbitt, Ellen -- Letter to Ange Milner
    Letter discussing duties regarding child welfare exhibitions and healthcare. Written from the Hotel Regine, Paris, France. Size: 13.5 x 21 cm.

  8. Babbitt, Ellen -- News Clipping
    Briefly discusses Ellen Babbitt's visit to Normal, and her activities prior to, during, and after the WWI. Published by The Daily Pantagraph, Normal, Illinois. Size: 8.5 x 9 cm.

  9. Babbitt, Ellen -- Photograph
    Portrait of Ellen Babbitt in nurse uniform. Size: 8 x 14.5 cm.

  10. Clampett, Cornelia -- ISNU Survey
    ISNU Military Service Survey filled in by Cornelia Clampett. Published by Illinois State Normal University. Two pages, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  11. Clampett, Cornelia -- News Clipping
    Briefly discusses the resignation of Dr. F. W. Clampett from a church in San Francisco. Published by The Bloomington Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 17 x 18 cm.

  12. Clampett, Cornelia -- Notecard to Ange Milner
    Notecard regarding ISNU service survey. Size: 8.5 x 13 cm.

  13. Cleveland Elizabeth -- Letter from sister to Miss Oldaker
    Letter from Mary Cleveland, letting Miss Oldaker know that she sent along Elizabeth her letter. Also dicusses pictures. Written on 4 sides of a folded sheet of paper. Size: 13 x 16.5 cm.

  14. Cleveland, Elizabeth -- Letter
    RSVP for Elizabeth to the "Sir's Welcome Home" reception. Written from Chicago, Illinois. Size: 13 x 17 cm.

  15. Cleveland, Elizabeth -- News Clipping
    Miss Cleveland's location and unit in France. Newspaper clipping from The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 4 x 6 cm.

  16. Cleveland, Elizabeth -- Postcard to Ange Milner
    "My dear Miss Milner, We are spending our vacation in Paris and it is wonderful. I want to thank you for the register--your letter, Vidette, etc--Expect to write you a letter soon, Sincerely, Elizabeth Cleveland" Postcard, published in Paris, France. Size: 8.5 x 13 cm.

  17. Cleveland, Ruth -- Letter to Friends at the Index2
    "The Index--Dear Friends, These Kodak pictures were finished this morning. Trust they are not too late if you have any use for them. Am sorry I have no 'regular' pictures of myself in uniform but have had none taken. Sincerely, Elizabeth Cleveland P.S. I hope you will have received the letter answering the questions you asked E.C." Written from Germany. Size: 21.5 x 14 cm.

  18. Connard, Mae -- Letter
    Letter to the Postmaster requesting Connard's war records.

  19. Connard, Mae -- Letter to Miss Owen
    Author sending letter to Miss Owen regarding Mae Connards whereabouts. Written from Chicago, July 10, 1918. Two pages, size: 12.5 x 16 cm.

  20. Cook, Ruth M. -- Copy of letter written in The Index.
    Letter entitled "Reconstruction Aide in Occupational Therapy," written by Ruth Cook to the "Alumni & Present Normalites." Published by The Index, Normal, Illinois. One page, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  21. Cook, Ruth M. -- ISNU Military Service Survey
    ISNU military service survey filled in by Miss Cook. Published by Illinois State Normal University, Normal, Illinois. One page, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  22. Cook, Ruth M. -- News Clipping
    "DANVERS WOMAN HELPS WOUNDED OVER THERE" "Miss Ruth Cook gets assignment for teaching soldiers, will visit Danvers before departure - former teacher in Decatur." Newspaper clipping from The Bloomington Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 5.5 x 16 cm.

  23. Cook, Ruth M. -- News Clipping
    Summary of newsclippings from other newspapers concerning Ruth Cook. Newspaper clipping from The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 6 x 10 cm.

  24. Cook, Ruth M. -- News Clipping
    "Miss Ruth M. Cook of Danvers, who enlisted for government work and was assigned as an occupational therapist in the reconstructive aide, is now located at Central Hospital No. 10, Parker Hill, Boston, Mass. Miss Cook holds the rank of first lieutenant and is in charge of the commercial work at the hospital." Newspaper clipping publlished in The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 5 x 6.5 cm.

  25. Cook, Ruth M. -- News Clipping
    "Miss Ruth Cook of Washington, D.C., is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cook." Newspaper clipping from page 3 of The Daily Pantagraph, May 23, 1918. Published by The Bloomington Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 5 x 11 cm.

  26. Cook, Ruth M. -- Photograph
    Upper body picture of Ruth Cook. Oval-shaped photograph. Encapsulated. Size: 10.5 x 7.5 cm.

  27. Cook, Ruth M. -- Photograph 2
    Full-body picture of Miss Cook in uniform. Size: 7 x 9.5 cm.

  28. Cummings, Kathryn -- News Clipping
    "Miss Kathryn Cummings, who was a prominent student in the Kindergarten course a few years back and who was teaching at St. Paul until December 1918, is doing recreational work for the War Welfare Community service in Highlands, N. J. At the time the armistice was signed, Miss Cummings was ready to go overseas. Her sailing was cancelled but she was assigned to this post." Newspaper clipping, published by The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 6.5 x 8.5 cm.

  29. Cummings, Kathryn -- News Clipping
    Letter in the Vidette to Mr. Williams regarding service activities. Published by The Vidette, Normal, Illinois. Size: 8 c 21.5 cm.

  30. Cummings, Kathryn -- News Clipping
    Letter in the Vidette addressed to Mr. A.R. Williams. Discusses activities and brother Charles who is in the Pacific Fleet. Newspaper clipping from The Vidette, September 9, 1919. Published by The Vidette, Normal, Illinois. Size: 8 x 21.5 cm.

  31. Foote, Frances -- ISNU Survey
    ISNU Military Service Survey filled in by Miss Foote. Size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  32. Foote, Frances -- Letter to Mr. Felmley1
    Discusses preparation for leaving the camp, and inquires about future employment. Letter written from Camp Pike, Arkansas. Size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  33. Foote, Frances -- Letter to Mr. Felmley2
    Letter to Mr Felmley about call to government service. Written from Carbondale, Illinois. Size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  34. Foote, Frances -- News Clipping
    Describes letter addressed to Prof. M. J. Holmes from Miss Foote about activities at Camp Pike. Size: 5.5 x 8 cm.

  35. Foote, Frances -- News Clipping
    "Foote has been in charge of the Red Cross Rest Cottage [Camp Pike]." Newspaper clipping, published in The Normalite, Normal, Illinois. Size: 6 x 7.5 cm.

  36. Foote, Frances -- News Clipping
    "Miss Forbes' place will be taken by Miss Frances Foote, once third grade critic of Thomas Metcalf school."

  37. Foote, Frances -- News Clipping
    "Miss Frances Foote, formerly of Normal university faculty, is living in Colorado Springs, keeping house for an invalid brother and his two daughters." Newspaper clipping from page 15 of The Daily Pantagraph, November 13, 1919. Size: 7 x 7.5 cm.

  38. Foote, Frances -- News Clipping
    "Miss Foote Tells of Work of Red Cross" Newspaper clipping from page 17 of The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size 7 x 18 cm.

  39. Foote, Frances -- Photograph
    Full-length photo of Miss Foote in uniform at Camp Pike, Arkansas. Written on front: "Frances Foote, Dept. Military Relief". Size: 6.5 x 11 cm.

  40. Foote, Frances -- Postcard to Dr. H. Peterson
    "I will be with the war workers on June 4th in spirit, but not in the flesh. Finished my Red Cross service of a year last Wed. and am here resting--Greetings to all--Frances Foote"

  41. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- ISNU Survey
    ISNU Military Service Survey filled in by Mrs. Frazeur. Published by Illinois State Normal University, Normal, Illinois. One page, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  42. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- Letter to Ange Milner1
    "Dear Miss Milner: My daughter Laurie has been in France since Sept. 4th, she went as a canteen worker, and she helps to entertain at the rest camps. If you send her mail to the following address, it will be forwarded on to her. Very truly, Isabel Renshaw" One page, written from Normal, Illinois. Size: 8 x 10 in.

  43. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- Letter to Ange Milner2
    Letter written from Treves, Germany detailing Red Cross activities at the camp. Three pages, size: 14.5 x 22.5 cm.

  44. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- News Clipping
    "Mrs. Laurie R. Frazeur, daughter of Mrs. Isabel Renshaw, of South Main street in Normal, expects to leave in a short time for France to enter the canteen service for the Y.M.C.A." Newspaper clipping published in The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 3 x 6 cm.

  45. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- News Clipping
    "Mrs. Laurie R. Frazeur, daughter of Mrs. Isabel Renshaw, of South Main stree, Normal, expects to leave in a short time for France to enter the canteeen service for the Y.M.C.A. Mrs. Frazeur is a graduate of the Normal University and of the University of Chicago..." Newspaper clipping, published by The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 6 x 6 cm.

  46. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- News Clipping
    "Returned from overseas" Newspaper clipping published in The Daily Bulletin, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 6.5 x 13.5 cm.

  47. Frazeur, Laurie Renshaw -- News Clipping
    "Returned YMCA Worker" Newspaper clipping from page 19 of The Daily Pantagraph, July 30, 1919. Published by The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 6.5 x 14 cm.

  48. Johnson, Florence -- Copy of Entry from The Index.
    Entry entitled "American Red Cross Nurse in the South," written by Florence Johnson. Published by The Index, Normal, Illinois. One page, size: 8.5 x 11 in.

  49. Johnson, Florence -- News Clipping
    "Miss Florence Johnson, of this city, has gone to Camp Selby at Hattiesburg, Miss., where she will undergo training for service overseas as a Red Cross nurse. Miss Johnson has graduated from the Brokaw hospital and from the ISNU with the class of 1911." Newspaper clipping from page 3 of The Daily Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illinois. Size: 2 x 8 cm.

  50. Kendrick, Frances Peters -- Letter to Miss Milner
    Answers Miss Milner's questions that were posed in an earlier letter. Written from Washington, D. C. Four sides of a folded sheet of paper, size: 15.5 x 17.5 cm.

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