Moments in Time, Nov. 21

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 21, 1918 — Germany surrenders the bulk and pride of her navy, 400 ships, to the allies. Nov. 21, 1968 ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 20

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 20, 1918 — The boys at Interlaken are gone. Within a few days the only evidences of the soldier camp will ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 19

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 19, 1918 — Seven hundred laborers on their way from Montana to West Virginia, where they expect to work in ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 17

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 17, 1918 — Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is now entirely free of Germans. Nov. 17, 1968 — The ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 16

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 16, 1918 — In the war demobilization plan, men will leave the camps at the rate of 30,000 per day for the ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 15

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 15, 1918 — President Wilson had a narrow escape from death when he stood in the path of a landing bombing ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 14

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 14, 1918 — The county health officer says there is an average of 20 new cases of Spanish influenza being reported ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 13

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 13, 1918 — About 400 soldier boys will spend Sunday in LaPorte. If you would like to have guests for dinner ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 12

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 12, 1918 — As a part of the coming peace conference, President Wilson will prevent the fear of famine in the ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time, Nov. 10

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library Nov. 10, 1918 — President Woodrow Wilson writes “finis” to the participation of the United States in the bloodshed ... Continue Reading →