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“Muster of Troops Superior, Wisconsin,” image, 1917. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.

University of Wisconsin-Superior (State Normal School):
“Bulletin of the State Normal School,” Annual Catalogue, 1914-1915. Special Collections, UW-Superior University Archives; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumme,” Student Yearbook, 39, 1917, University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Bulletin of the State Normal School,” Annual Catalogue, 1914-1915. Special Collections, UW-Superior University Archives; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Northern Face of the Normal School, 1913-1914,” image, Special Collections, UW-Superior University Archives; Superior, Wisconsin.

Normal School Curriculum:
“General Information,” Bulletin of the State Normal School, June 1913. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
Gillett, A.D.S. “History Games and Devices.” Bulletin of the State Normal School. 13, no. 50 November 1917), front cover. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
Gillett, A.D.S. “History Games and Devices.” Bulletin of the State Normal School. 13, no. 50 (November 1917), 1. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
Gillett, A.D.S. “History Games and Devices.” Bulletin of the State Normal School. 13, no. 50 (November 1917), 18. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
“What Kindergarten Education Means.” Gitche Gumee, 1917, 39. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
“Quarterly Bulletin,” Bulletin of the State Normal School, June 1917, 18. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.
“War Service Work,” Bulletin of the State Normal School, June 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.

Normal School Fire of 1914:
“Postcard of Normal School Burning,” image, 1914. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Building to be Rebuilt Immediately,” Superior Telegram, March 28, 1914. Superior Public Library; Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Building to be Rebuilt Immediately,” Superior Telegram, March 28, 1914. Superior Public Library; Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.

Yearbooks and the War:
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 2-3 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 4, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 1, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 23, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 50, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 52, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Normal Teacher to be Officer,” Superior Telegram, May 1, 1917. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Gitche Gumee,” Student Yearbook, 35, 1918. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections; Superior, Wisconsin.

Twin Ports Region:
“World War I Home Front, Duluth, Minnesota,” image, UMN 10467, 1918. Kathryn A. Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth, Archives and Special Collections, Northeast Minnesota Historical Center Collections; Duluth, Minnesota.

Twin Ports Shipping:
“Lake Superior Free From Ice,” Superior Telegram, April 10, 1917, Superior Public Library; Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Aerial Bridge Duluth Superior,” image 30535, 1913, Wisconsin Historical Society; Madison, Wisconsin.
“The Twin Ports, Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota,” image 12173, circa 1915. Wisconsin Historical Society; Madison, Wisconsin.
“McDougall-Duluth shipbuilding for World War I,” image, c 1919. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Shipbuilding for World War I,” image circa 1918. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Riverside Marine Band,” image, circa 1919. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Liberty For Ever” image, circa 1917. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Workers leaving McDougall Duluth,” image, 1919. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior, Superior; Wisconsin.
“The Cedar Spring,” image, 1919. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.
“Fifteen Ships Under Construction,” image, 1919. Lake Superior Maritime Collections, UW-Superior; Superior, Wisconsin.

In the Service:
“Western Half of Douglas County, Wisconsin, Showing War-Related Organizations by Location.” Image, circa 1918. Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin.
Images of World War I items photographed by Dara Fillmore, 2014.

The Influenza:
Superior Telegram, March 27, 1914. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram,, Nov. 7, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, Nov. 8 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, Nov. 12, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, Nov. 12, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, Nov. 12, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, Nov. 13, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Influenza on Wane at the School,” Peptomist, Feb 15, 1920. University Archives, UW-Superior Special Collections.

Voices of the Great War:
Gilmore H. Johnson, Ambrault Indre, France, to Lydia, Northern Wisconsin, November 9, 1918, Douglas County Historical Society; Superior, Wisconsin.
Gilmore H. Johnson, Ambrault Indre, France, to Lydia, Northern Wisconsin, November 9, 1918, Douglas County Historical Society; Superior, Wisconsin.
“The Slacker.” War Poems, Matt Carpenter Junior High School, 1917. Print. Area Research Center, Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Recorded by Dara Fillmore.
Finley, John H., “The Red Cross Spirit Speaks,” published in War Poems, Matt Carpenter Junior High School, 1917. Print. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Recorded by Dara Fillmore.
Ashland Daily Press, April 1, 1918. Superior Public Library; Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Ashland Daily Press, April 1, 1918. Superior Public Library; Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Ashland Daily Press, April 1, 1918. Superior Public Library; Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Ashland Daily Press, April 4, 1918. Superior Public Library; Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.
The Labor World, June 26, 1920. Chronicling America, Library of Congress, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ Accessed March 23, 2014.
The Labor World, June 26, 1920. Chronicling America, Library of Congress, http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ Accessed March 23, 2014.

In the News During the War:
“Meat in Austria is $1 Per Pound,” Ashland Daily Press, April 1, 1918. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“War in Europe, By Proving Women’s Ability To do Men’s Work Is Winning Them ‘Place In the Sun,’”Superior Telegram, April 10, 1915. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Lusitania Death List Reaches Total of 1216,” Headline, Superior Telegram, May 8, 1915. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“U.S. To Avoid War With Germany,” Headline, Superior Telegram, May 10, 1915. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Posters for Homes of Naval Recruits,” Superior Telegram, May 4, 1917. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“U.S. Will Spend Billion on Ships,” Headline, Superior Telegram, May 8, 1917. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, April 25, 1917. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
Superior Telegram, April 25, 1917. Superior Public Library, Superior Wisconsin. Microfilm.
“Will Assign War Gardens Tomorrow,” Ashland Daily Press, April 4, 1918, Superior Public Library, Superior, Wisconsin. Microfilm.