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North Carolina. Dept. of Public Instruction
North Carolina Day. Friday, November 11, 1921. Armistice Day. North Carolina in the World War.
Raleigh: State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1921.
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Salisbury Canteen, Christmas, 1917. This Canteen gave a turkey dinner to every soldier passing through Salisbury on Christmas Day.

Serving refreshments to soldiers passing through Raleigh.

The Raleigh Canteen.
Over 250,000 soldiers were served meals by this Canteen.
To the right appears the bath-house.

Sniper of the 30th Division in the trenches in Belgium.

Soldiers of the 322d Infantry on November 11, 1918. They have just received news that the armistice has been signed and have stopped their advance against the Germans and are preparing dinner.

Entrance to the great St. Quentin tunnel on the Hindenburg Line. This tunnel runs for several miles underground. It was used as a German dugout to protect thousands of men from artillery fire. Our men of the 30th Division took this tunnel at the point of the bayonet.