The American Legion Weekly [Volume 8, No. 20 (May 14, 1926)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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- Cover Design by Charles Ryan
- Wild Billets I Have Known by Steuart M. Emery. Illustrated by Ray C. Strang
- After the Cure, Then What? by Arthur Van Vlissingen, Jr.
- Massachusetts, There She Goes by Marquis James
- This Post Lives in a Boxcar by Carter Johnson
- Corners of A.E.F. France, Part VI: La Maison d'Adam, Angers From a Drawing by A.S. Van Eerde
- Editorial: Getting Right on Monuments; "Absolutely Non-Political"
- A Personal Page by Frederick Palmer
- The Bowler [comic] by Wallgren
- On the Air
- Outfit Reunions
- The Eight and Forty Stands by
- Bursts and Duds
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