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World War I Military Portraits, Milwaukee Public Library

This new digital collection from the Milwaukee Public Library includes more than 30,000 service records and photographs documenting the men and women from Milwaukee County who served in the war. The materials were originally compiled by the Milwaukee County Chapter of the American War Mothers and are one of the library’s most heavily used research collections.

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Image IDs:
Frank A. A. Bohmann, Hughes R. Gant, Albert L. Bork, C. M. Lichtenberg



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