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War Posters Collection
"A collaborative project between the University of Minnesota Libraries and the Hennepin County Library, this collection contains posters from government, commercial, and charitable organizations."
Book Sources: Air Service
A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Flying for the Air Service: The Hughes Brothers in World War I
David K. Vaughan
Call Number: D606 .V38 1998
Contains letters from the two Hughes brothers.
Letters from a War Bird
David K. Vaughan (Editor)
Call Number: D606 .S63 2012
: The World War I Correspondence of Elliott White Springs
The Price of Honor
Geoffrey L. Rossano
Call Number: D606.M3 A4 1991
The World War One Letters of Naval Aviator Kenneth MacLeish
The U.S. Air Service in World War I
Call Number: D606 .U54
v. 1. The final report and A tactical history.--v. 2. Early concepts of military aviation.--v. 3. The Battle of St. Mihiel.--v. 4. Postwar review.
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