Handbook of Federal World War Agencies and Their Records, 1917-1921

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LIST OF COMPILERS
Esther C. Aiken Lyle J. Holverstott
Everett Owen Alldredge W. L. G. Joerg
Frank Hardee Allen Herman Kahn
Dorothy Arbaugh E. Margaret Lamoreaux
Robert H. Bahmer Harold Larson
James F. Ball Albert H. Leisinger, Jr.
George Philip Bauer Max Levin
Helen F. Beach Paul Lewinson
Henry P. Beers John H. Martin
Julia M. Bland Julius Mayers
E. Page Bledsoe Ellen D. McBryde
Lillie A. Bontz Lois Bell Miller
Julius D. Buckwald James A. Minogue
Edward G. Campbell Thornton W. Mitchell
Robert Claus James R. Mock
Martin P. Claussen Kenneth W. Munden
Meredith B. Colket, Jr. Gibbs Myers
Don B. Cook Leo Pascal
Lewis J. Darter, Jr. Olga V.Paul
Gerald J. Davis Suzanne W. Phinney
Maxcy R. Dickson Seymour J. Pomrenze
David C. Duniway Stuart Portner
Sherrod E. East Albert Post
Herbert Fine William B. Rapley
Aaron L. Fish Allen M.Ross
Meyer H. Fishbein Edward F. Rowse
Miles McP. Fitch Quintin M.Sanger
Edwin R. Flatequal Theodore R. Schellenberg
Percy Scott Flippin Lester W. Smith
W. Neil Franklin Gerald B. Snedeker
Herman R. Friis Marie Charlotte Stark
Richard W. Giroux Natalia Summers
Bess Glenn Jerome Thomases
Milton B. Greenbaum Asa M. Thornton
Chester L. Guthrie Evangeline Thurber
Elizabeth E. Hamer Albert Whimpey
Dorothy J. Hill Almon R. Wright

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • List of Compilers iv
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • General Bibliography xi
  • World War Agencies and Their Records 1
  • Appendix 635
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