New World War I Records Online: Foreign Citations & Decorations

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In 1922, the War Department forwarded a packet of translated documents to Utah’s Adjutant General. The War Department had been working to publish a book identifying all of the American soldiers who had received a foreign citation or decoration, such as the French Croix de Guerre (Cross of War) and the Polish Kryzyż Walecznych (Cross of Valor). Unfortunately, they were not able to fund such a project and were providing the pertinent records to each state with the hope that the states could publish them.

Linda, We Will Miss You

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For more than a year, Linda Lindstrom has come to the archives every Wednesday to volunteer on a variety of projects. From organizing files for the State Records Committee to indexing, Linda has spent more than 250 hours helping out at the Archives since July 2017. For the past several months, Linda has been sitting at the little table outside …

New World War I Records Online: National Guard 145th Field Artillery Scrapbook, 1917-1918

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Archives Month is here again and this year we are focusing on the centenary anniversary of the end of the First World War. With that in mind, we will be posting weekly blogs discussing the war related records in our collections that we have digitized for you to access online. National Guard 145th Field Artillery scrapbook, 1917-1918. (Series 10339) As …