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Victor Edward Lauderdale was a corporal and member of the first platoon and in charge of the 5th squad during World War I.
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Victor Lauderdale Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections
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Contains postcards, booklets, a photograph and certificate, and letters written by Victor Edward Lauderdale during World War I.
Contains letters, postcards, and artifacts of V. Lauderdale.
Contains an envelope addressed to Corporal V.E. Lauderdale and a postcard with a letter on reverse from Daquin.
Contains a list of the first platoon with 1st through 6th Squads as well as guides and leaders.
Contains one page of American Red Cross stationary. Handwritten in a combination of English and French of what the author did and saw.
Contains certificate of the appointment of Victor Lauderdale as a Corporal in the Army of the United States of America, signed by Earl Boothe and Major A.J.J.
Contains a thick card with string attached of instructions for troops aboard a ship with punched out meals of the month and penciled in numbers.
Contains a typed letter and envelope from Corporal V.E. Lauderdale to his father, Mr. J.R. Lauderdale.
Contains a black and white photograph of young men boxing in uniform. Inscribed, "Ed Lauderdale in France, some chums boxing, V.E. Lauderdale in France."
Contains the pay record book of Cpl Victor Lauderdale, No. 295684 in a cardboard paper sleeve.
Contains a letter and envelope, addressed to J.R. Lauderdale, from Victor Lauderdale to his mother, name unknown.
Contains a booklet titled The Soldier-Citizen and His Home Town, information for soldiers about living in the war-time after the service written by Eda Amberg and William H. Allen, and published by the Educational Bureau.
Contains a booklet that details different army divisions serving under Pershing's American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, complete with maps and insignias.
Contains a map of New York City and advice for men in uniform on how to navigate the town.
Contains a booklet in French of streets, large monuments, transportation, and maps of Paris.
Contains a booklet of 24 postcards of landscapes in Chaumont, France.
Contains postcards of the images from the painting Panthéon de la Guerre, which depicted events of World War I.
Contains a booklet of 24 detatchable post cards with images from La Basses Pyrénées, in the South East of France.
Contains a booklet of 24 detachable post cards with images of Barèges, France.
Contains a combination pocket pronunciation French to English/English to French dictionary. Inscription on inside, "V. E. Lauderdale, HQ Co. HQ Br, GH2 American E7, France, 295684".
Contains a booklet of 24 post cards with images of Pau, France and Château de Pau.
Contains a booklet of 24 postcards with images of Soissons, France before and after World War I.
Contains a booklet of 12 post cards with images of Bourges, France.
Contains a booklet of 12 postcards with images of Orléans, France.
Contains loose postcards with various images of France.
Contains various postcards written by Victor Lauderdale to various members of his family, including J.R., Roberta, Ellen, and Ed Lauderdale.
Contains part of an envelope, addressed to S. Lauderdale and a possible back page of a booklet which says "Moreau Éditeur Versailles" with an insignia of a line with floral decorations running through it.