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The Yanks Are Here

American soldiers march through Paris in 1917

Shipping Out

African American Soldiers head off to France

They Came Home, But Did They Return to the Farm?

American soldiers march in a victory parade

Fight Germany, Fight VD

Part of the hygiene campaign waged by the army during WWI

The Moulin Rouge

Paris's hottest hotspots


Members of the Ku Klux Klan parade in front of the Capitol in 1925

The Scopes Trial in the Press

Even Canadian newspapers had fun with the Monkey Trial

Cashing In on the Scope Trial

This cartoon suggests that the town of Dayton was exploiting the trial to make money.

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