|Collection||GHS Scrapbook Collection|
|Title||World War I scrapbook: 1917 Germantown obituaries|
Clippings and memorabilia from World War I scrapbook compiled by Dr. Naaman H. Keyser, page 16
Includes a c.1917 newspaper clipping [16a, left] from an unknown newspaper, with a photograph of John Milton Nazel of 630 Upsal Street, who was injured while driving an ambulance in France.
A second newspaper article [16b]- from 1917- notes that "Mrs. James Starr, Jr., the patriotic president of the Germantown Branch of the National League for Woman's Service, was present last evening in the old Johnson House, corner of Germantown avenue and Washington lane, the new headquarters of the Woman's League, and spoke encouragingly of the work being accomplished by the League and local branch. Also includes a 1924 article, which among other things, discusses Mayor Rudolph Blankenburg's allegience to the United States, despite his Germanic background.
Pages are 7.5 x 10".
|Year Range from||1917|
|Year Range to||1924|