This is a letter dated August 26, 1917 sent to Roy DeWitt Wallace. The letter, on Saint Paul Association letterhead, invites, "Saint Paul's representatives in the new national army" to a Military Parade and Demonstration taking place Friday, August 31, 1917 in downtown Saint Paul.
This is a handwritten table of how many Macalester students or former students served in World War I according to rank and military division (Army, Navy, etc.). Oct. 30, 1918 is stamped near the bottom of the document. The table appears to be written on the back of a piece of stationary from The Rogers (Hotel?) at Nicollet and 4th Street in Minneapolis, Minn.
Macalester Neutrality and Peace Association. This is a collection of seven copies of a petition to the United States government to remain neutral in World War I. The order and number of signatures varies from copy to copy.
This documents the honorable discharge of Roy D. Wallace from the United States Army, signed at Camp Grant, Illinois on May 2, 1919. A typed note next to the signature of Donald S. Doty at the bottom of the front page reads "True copy made by me October 11th, 1919, for the purpose of securing Soldiers Bonus granted under Chapter 49, Extra Legislation Session 1919, State of Minnesota." The back side is an enlistment record for Roy D. Wallace. It is signed by Roy D. Wallace and also stamped May 2, 1919 and signed by S.H. Francis.