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Armco Bulletin, July 1918 - DPLA - 7732562892040e33ad71d8421a8e2d9b (page 30)

Armco Bulletin, July 1918 - DPLA - 7732562892040e33ad71d8421a8e2d9b (page 30)

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This is the July 1918 issue of the Armco Bulletin, a monthly publication "to facilitate an interchange of thought and suggestion, and to create a better understanding of the activities and problems of the Operating Department employees."This bulletin is titled, "To Our Country, The Champion of Human Liberty, This Number is Dedicated," and the leading article in the issue focuses on militant America; much of the rest of the issue focuses on World War I. Four pages are also dedicated to the late Robert Brown Carnahan, Jr., Armco Vice President. This issue has been scanned with two pages per image, with the exception of the front and back covers. The pagination in this issue continues where the previous issue ended. Page 313 is blank, and is not present in the digital object. Portrait pages, before pages 315 and 319, and pages 320-321, 326, 332, 336, 344, 348, and 352-353, are unpaginated, and are included in the page count. The inside of the back cover has been scanned, but is not included in the page count. Table of Contents Signed Portrait of R. B. Carnahan, Jr., Vice President, with caption - Page 314 [unpaginated] In Memoriam : Robert Brown Carnahan, Jr., by Geo. M. Verity - Pages 315-317 Resolution : The American Society for Testing Materials at Meeting Held in Atlantic City, June 26, 1918 - Page 317 Signed Portrait of Woodrow Wilson, copyright Clinedinst - Page 318 [unpaginated] Militant America, by Woodrow Wilson, Baltimore, April 6, 1918, with illustration - Page 319 Signed Portrait of Wm [William] H. Taft, copyright Harris & Ewing, with caption and illustration - Page 320 [unpaginated] Signed Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt, copyright Underwood & Underwood, with caption and illustration - Page 321 [unpaginated] Photograph of the Painting of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence, with caption - Page 322 The Sun is Setting for Autocracies : Illustrations of Maps, with captions - Pages 323 Facsimile of an Autographed Copy of the Patriotic Song "America", by the Author, the Venerable Samuel Francis Smith, D. D. - Pages 324-325 The Gettysburg Address, by A. [Abraham] Lincoln, with illustration - Page 326 [unpaginated] Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg : A Photograph of a Painting, with caption - Page 327 Rewards for Valor : Photographs of the Medal of Honor and the Distinguished Service Cross, copyright Bailey, Banks, & Biddle Co., from Harris & Ewing, with description - Page 328 Amateur Photographs, by M. E. Danford : Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Grave of General Braddock, Grave of Benjamin Franklin, Equestrian States of General R. E. Lee, Equestrian States of General Reynolds - Page 329 The Republic : An Organization for the Development of Human Liberty : Extracts from an Article in "The National Geographic Magazine," by David Jayne Hill, Former Ambassador from the United States to Germany, with photograph of the Liberty Bell - Pages 330-331 Signed Portrait of General John J. Pershing, copyright Committee on Public Information, with caption and illustration - Page 332 [unpaginated] Eight WWI Photographs Taken in France, copyright Committee on Public Information - Pages 333-335 Armco Soldiers of Liberty : Roll of Honor, with illustration - Pages 336-343 [Page 336 is unpaginated] "We Shall Remember Them" : [A Poem from] Boston Transcript - Page 343 Armco Men in Uniform : Photographs with Captions, with illustration by courtesy of "Judge," copyright, Leslie-Judge Co. - Pages 344-345 [Page 344 is unpaginated] Notes from Armco Boys with the Colors, with illustration - Pages 346-347 Letter from Chas. R. Cooper, Post Hospital, Fort Thomas, KY, February 14, 1918, to Mr. Geo. M. Verity, Middletown, Ohio, with illustration - Page 347 Letter from C. E. McCoy, Inspector of Ordnance at Minnesota Steel Company, February 7, 1918, to Mr. George M. Verity, President, American Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio - Page 347 Portrait of John Bernard Marshall, Member Armco Ambulance Corps, Serving with S. S. U. 646, with caption and illustration - Page 348 [unpaginated] The Armco Ambulance Corps, Serving in France with S. S. U. 646, United States Army Ambulance Service, with photographs, captions, and illustration - Pages 349-351 Fill Up the Gaps : [A Poem] by Berton Braley in "American Machininst", with illustration - Page 351 Photograph of Main Entrance, East Side Works (Last Winter), with caption - Page 352 [unpaginated] Views In and Around East Side Works - This Summer : Four Photographs with Captions - Pages 353 [unpaginated] Notes and Comments, with photograph, caption, and illustration - Pages 354-355 The Mutual Interest Department, with photograph and illustration - Pages 356-357 Health Talks : Home Nursing, by Florence E. McKee - Pages 358-359 Department of Education : A. J. Beatty, Director : "A Business Grows as Its Men Grow", with photograph and illustration - Pages 360-361 Safety Section, F. E. Morris, Safety Engr., with photograph and illustration - Page 362 Armco Association Club Notes, with illustration - Page 363 Armco Baseball League - Page 364 Zanesville Armco Notes, with photograph and illustration - Pages 365-367 Notes from the Blast Furnace Division, Columbus, Ohio, with photograph and illustration - Pages 367-368 Kick In! : [A Poem] by Luke McLuke [AKA James S. Hastings], [reprinted from the] Newark Advocate, with illustration - Page 368 The Statue of Liberty : A Gift from the French People to the People of the United States : Illustration with Caption - Back cover [unpaginated]

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