The First World War was perhaps the most influential and defining events of the 20th century. Later conflicts, as well as social and artistic movements, grew out of the upheaval that was “The Great War.” The participants, as they tried to come to terms with the events, frequently maintained albums, diaries, and correspondence. When possible, the correspondence collections are presented as individual digital collections under the individual’s name, while photograph collections are generally maintained as part of the WWI Photographs digital collections. Diaries and notebooks fall under the documents collections.
The following digital images are a compilation from multiple diaries, personal albums, personal and corporate collections.
Anyone who is interested in obtaining copies of any of the images should contact the Department of Special Collections, McFarlin Library, The University of Tulsa about requests for photo-duplication, publication policies, and applicable charges.