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1. in the Auditorium of the Presbyterian Church, December 3-6, 1917

2. Your soldier's last goodbye: song, English and French

3. Your lips are no man's land but mine: a real romantic war

4. Your lips are no man's land but mine: a real romantic war

5. Your lips are no man's land but mine: a real romantic war

6. Your lips are no man's land but mine: a real romantic war

9. You'll find old Dixieland in France

10. You'll find old Dixieland in France

11. You'll be there to meet them: when the boys come home

13. You'd better be nice to them now!

16. You get used to it after a while

18. Yip-yip-yaphank. In the Y.M.C.A. Vocal score

19. Yemassee Quadrangle

20. Yankee Doodle's going to Berlin

22. Y.M.C.A. Building, Florence, S.C.

25. World War I Postcard

26. Women’s Radio Corps

27. Woman's College of Due West, Class of 1918

28. Woman's College of Due West, Class of 1918

29. Wladimir-Wolynsk, Synagoge.

30. Wilson, democracy, and the red, white and blue

31. Wilson, democracy, and the red, white and blue

32. Wilson, democracy, and the red, white and blue

33. Wilson, democracy, and the red, white and blue

34. Will the angels guard my daddy over there?

35. Will the angels guard my daddy over there?

36. Why we want to lick Germany: song

37. Who's afraid of the Kaiser?

38. While you're away: "Pack up your cares in a bundle of joy"

39. When you look in the heart of a rose

44. When we meet in the sweet bye and bye: song

45. When they see the light from our Miss Liberty

46. When there's a home sweet home on every shore

47. When the war is over: I'll return to you

48. When the war is over: I'll return to you

49. When the sun goes down in France

50. When the old boat heads for home

52. When the little blue star in the window has turned to gold

53. When the fleet comes sailing home

54. When the boat arrives: that brings my lovin' daddy home

58. When the "Yanks" come marching home

59. When old glory unfurl: in Berlin

60. When it comes to a lovingless day

61. When blue stars turn to gold

62. When a blue service star turns to gold

63. When a blue service star turns to gold

64. When a Yankee got his eye down the barrel of a gun

66. When Tony goes over the top

69. When I gets out in no-man's land: I can't be bother'd with no mule

70. When I gets out in no-man's land: I can't be bother'd with no mule

71. When I get back to my American blighty,

72. When I get back to my American blighty,

73. When I come back to you: we'll have a Yankee-Doodle wedding

79. What our Yankee boys can do

80. What are you going to do to help the boys?

81. What an army of men we'd have: if they ever drafted the girls

82. Welcome home laddie boy, welcome home: march song

83. Welcome home

84. Wee, Wee, Marie: Will you do zis for me

85. Wee, Wee, Marie: Will you do zis for me

86. Wee, Wee, Marie: Will you do zis for me

87. Wee, Wee, Marie: Will you do zis for me

88. Wee wee Marie : will you do zis for me

89. We're ready to go, say the word

90. We're going over the top

92. We're coming, Papa Joffre!

94. We're bound to win with boys like you

95. We're all going calling on the Kaiser

96. We're all going calling on the Kaiser

97. We'll win the victory

99. We'll do our share: while you're over there

100. We'll be waiting when you come back home