Title: LMU Alumni in the Armed Services
Collection #: 2016.017
Extent: 1 Hollinger box (.4 linear feet)
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A Brief Compilation of Lincoln Memorial University Alumni Who Participated in the War to End All Wars
Old Grads in Uniform
Around the Campus by Margaret Raulston, Editor Blue and Gray
Old Grads in Uniform by Jess H. Edds
"Jesse Stewart Sworn in Navy"
"It's Now Major [Paris] Houston"
"Alumni in the Armed Forces"
Killed in Action
Parade of the Dead
William Rainey Craig - Hero
Alumni in the Armed Forces
Ensign Walter Douglas Smith
Cpl. Dorothy Sue Siler
Judge Charles R. Petree
Garfield R. Drinnon
Lieutenant Fred Fennell
Pfc. Guy L. Taylor
Park A. Carr
Lieutenant William M. Foley
Captain Haywood K. Cross
"Lieutenant Paul Day Has Exciting Experience"
Dr. W.I. Jones
"Pierce-Ellison" [Cpl. and Mrs. William H. Ellison]
"From the Diary of Lieutenant Fred Cooke"
"Lieutenant J. M. Perry in New Orleans"
"From Lawrence Edwards"
Lieutenant John Stover
Lieutenant James P. Horton
Cpl. Fred Latham
Sgt. Bill Latham
Captain Arley N. Spence
Lieutenant Archie K. Steiner
"Dr. Pual Hamilton '25 Achieves Distinction"
"Safety Engineering in Modern Living [O.M. Sanders]"
"News From the Services"
[Identification of Item], LMU Alumni in the Armed Services, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.
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