New York: Diamond Match Co., 1918. First American Edition. Original Wrappers. 16pp; text illustrated from photographs. The contents of this issue center on World War I. Included: Our Service Flag, showing 513 stars for Diamond Match men in Federal Service; "I'm Proud of You, So Are the Folks at Home," showing Uncle Sam with hands on the shoulders of a soldier and a sailor; photo of Sgt. Lee S. Kinney, of Barberton - now in France - Rounding Third Base in the Oshkosh-Barberton Baseball Games of 1916; centerfold photo of Our Oswego Factory; Baseball at Biddeford--Season of 1918 (3-column report); photo and background stories on five former employees now in military uniforms (two killed in action); How to Win the War by working harder at our jobs; &c. Bound in red-white-blue wrappers, featuring a spread eagle on the front cover and Johnny Appleseed figure on the back. 11" x 8.5" Very Good. Item #038973
[WorldCat locates this periodical only at the Hagley Museum, whose holdings do not include this patriotic WWI issue.].