Moments in Time, Nov. 18

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 18, 1917 — Women and children as young as 12 years have been pressed into service on the firing line by the ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 17

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 17, 1917 — The most drastic change made by the new selective draft regulations today is that voluntary enlistment ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 16

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 16, 1917 — The proposed increase in freight rates is absolutely necessary if the U.S. is to win the war. Nov. ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 15

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 15, 1917 — The British capture 1,500 Turks and 20 machine guns in Palestine, and part of the railway line ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 14

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 14, 1917 — Italy is looking to the U.S. as her savior for financial and moral assistance in her hour of deepest ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 13

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 13, 1917 — The food administration makes public the rules under which bakeries will operate, most importantly ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 11

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 11, 1917 — Forest fires threaten Kentucky timberland. Some of the richest timberlands in the middle west are ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 10

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 10, 1917 — A dance at LaPorte’s Richter Hall will be held tonight. Music will be by Burleson’s saxophone ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 9

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 9, 1917 — The German spy system in the U.S. is spreading. Its agents are at work in every city and town in ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 8

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 8, 1917 — The overthrow of Premier Kernesky in Petrograd has a depressing effect on stock market prices this ... Continue Reading →