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Many stories told about the Great War are usually about the exploits of men. But what about the women who fought for justice and freedom? This article features three women who were once students of Illinois State Normal University: Ellen C. Babbit, Elizabeth Taylor Cleveland, and Ada Adcock. With original letters, photographs, and surveys sent by university librarian Angeline Vernon Milner, the war stories of three extraordinary women can are told to new generations.
Anderson-Zorn, April K., "Not all wore helmets: Preserving the work of women in the 'Great War'" (2018). Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library. 105.