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(WORLD WAR ONE.) Membership dues journal for the National Association for Universal Military Training. 19- manuscript pages. 4to, original cloth, minor wear; the original first 9 leaves of the book (apparently unrelated) have been removed, first leaf toned and detached, typed 1918 summary sheet laid in. Washington, DC, March 1916 to April 1918
The Association for National Service was founded in March 1916, and soon renamed the National Association for Universal Military Training. Its goal was to promote mandatory national military service, as the United States was increasingly drawn toward war in Europe. This volume records membership dues in chronological order as they were received, also showing each member's address and membership level. The first entry is for the group's president, retired Lieutenant General Samuel Baldwin Marks Young. Among the many notable members recorded here are Theodore Roosevelt Jr. (page 22 and 66), Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum (page 24), photographer Edward S. Curtis (page 26), former Secretaries of War Henry L. Stimson (page 34) and Elihu Root (page 46), lumber magnate John P. Weyerhaeuser (page 64), and industrialist Charles Deering, who donated $2500 (page 66).
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