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Painting of a British Sopwith Camel attacking a German Taube, Christopher R. W. Nevinson, 1917

From Wikimedia Commons: The painting is mentioned in correspondence in September 1917 as being re-worked prior to its presentation to the Imperial War Museum: it may possibly have been the painting ‘Taube Pursued by Commander Samson’ shown in March 1915.

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Photo of “Cookery 51-52” class, Mary Washington College, 1917

“Serving breakfasts, luncheons and dinners, with practice in different styles of table service; soups, entrees, sauces, salads and desserts, with various methods of preparation and garnishings. An opportunity for review of principles learned in Cookery 51-52 is given. One single and one double period per week for the session for non-teaching Seniors.”

— from the Bulletin of the State Normal School, Fredericksburg, Virginia, June, 1917

 

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By University of Mary Washington [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons