"Hezzie" Goes to War: World War I through the Eyes of a Mid-Missourian

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Acknowledgements

We are able to bring this exhibit to you through the efforts of many, especially through the generosity of Mrs. Elizabeth Pattrick Mackenzie:

College of Arts & Science Dean's Office

Dan Glover, graphic artist
Dola Haessig, exhibit designer

Donor

Mrs. Elizabeth Pattrick Mackenzie and Family

German Translation

Anselm Huelsbergen

Military Science (Army ROTC) University of Missouri - Columbia

Lt. Colonel Robert Avalle, chairman and commander
Robert (Doc) Bosma, military personnel technician

Museum of Anthropology

Elizabeth Bland, student collections assistant
Mary French, associate curator
Charmagne Thompson, student collections assistant

State Historical Society of Missouri

James Goodrich, executive director
Alison Pabst, assistant curator SHS exhibit of World War I posters (through December 2001)

Western Historical Manuscript Collection - Columbia

Laura Bullion, associate director
John Konzal, manuscript specialist

U.S. Army

Major Paul Rosewitz, military historian

Please send comments/questions concerning the Pattrick World War I exhibit to the Museum of Anthropology at anthromuseum@missouri.edu.

 


A Few World War I Sites

 

The Doughboy Center
(www.worldwar1.com/dbc/)

The Great War and the Shaping of the Twentieth Century (PBS Series)
(www.pbs.org/greatwar/)

The Great War Society
(www.worldwar1.com/tgws/)

World War I Links from the Great War Society
(www.worldwar1.com/tgws/links.htm)

Liberty Memorial in Kansas City
(www.libertymemorialmuseum.org/)

The Museum of the Great War
(www.historial.org/)

General John Pershing Biography
(www.arlingtoncemetery.com/johnjose.htm)

World War I - Trenches on the Web
(www.worldwar1.com)

 

A Joint Exhibit
of the
University of Missouri
Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia
and the University of Missouri-Columbia
Museum of Anthropology

Acknowledgments and World War I Links


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