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Soldiers hats.jpg
Hats manufactured for American soldiers by John B. Stetson Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cheder students in Zhitomir, Ukraine

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A photo of Stetson workers making cavalry hats from the U.S. army during World War I. Stetson received a government contract to produce a number of hats for the army.

Photograph of workers and performers at the "Liberty Sing" at the William Cramp & Sons Machine Shop, also called Cramp's Shipyard. Photograph from the Philadelphia War Photograph Committee collection documenting World War I participation on theā€¦

Elevated view of the propeller shop at the Cramp Shipbuilding complex on the Delaware River in Kensington, Philadelphia

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Confetti thrown by happy crowds in Philadelphia as World War One ends.

German Army field marshal Paul von Hindenburg (left) shakes hands with Hetman of Ukraine Pavlo Skoropadsky.

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Shipyard launch from Hog Island in Kensington in 1918 for World War I

A Liberty Loan parade and rally to raise money for World War I down Broad Street on Sept. 28, 1918 helped spread flu from sailors to the general population of Philadelphia.

Stetson WWI copy.jpg
This is a Stetson hat advertisement promising that material shortages during World War I would not affect the quality of Stetson hats.
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