ProQuest Congressional (Contains executive branch reports to Congress from agencies such as the War and Navy Departments, congressional committee reports on legislation, and the text of congressional debates and votes in the Congressional Record)(Purdue Users only)
CIS Congressional Committee Hearings Index 1833-1969 HSSE REF 348.731 C76 (Some hearing microfiche from 1869-1934 on HSSE Library 2nd floor. (Congressional committees are responsible for approving new legislation, revising existing legislation, funding government programs, and conducting oversight of existing programs. Congressional hearings are extremely valuable primary information resources).
Historical Statistics of the United States (Purdue Users Only--Provides valuable statistics about the U.S. economy & military during World War I.
FRASER (This St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank resource provides valuable information and statistic on the U.S. economy during World War I.)
U.S. Committee on Public Information (Other publications produced by this agency promoting U.S. Government wartime policies.)
CMH United States Army in the World War 1917-1919 17 vols. Official Army History of World War I
Army Heritage and Education Center (WWI Army Signal Corps Photos)
Newton Baker Papers Finding Aid (Courtesy: Library of Congress)
Newspaper Photos from Library of Congress' American Memory Project.
Stars & Stripes (1918-1919 Army newspaper-Courtesy-Library of Congress' American Memory Project
Statistical Abstract of the United States (Annually published Census Bureau compilation from 1878-2012)
United States Marine Corps in the World War (1968 reprint of 1920 edition)
National World War I Museum (Kansas City, MO)
Navy Department (Courtesy Hathitrust Catalog)
Official Register of the United States 1829-1959
(Directory of U.S. Government officials with gaps.)
Selected Woodrow Wilson Presidential Papers
(Courtesy-University of California-Santa Barbara)
Robert Lansing Papers Finding Aid (Courtesy: Princeton University Libraries)
What is a Dollar Worth?
(Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank source calculating U.S. dollar purchasing power from 1913-present.See also the University of Illinois-Chicago site Measuring Worth for additional details comparing historical and contemporary purchasing power and costs.)