Decorative ribbon with metal tassels, portrait of George Washington, and red, white, and blue stripes. The front reads: Washington Camp, No. 712 P.O.S. of A. [Patriotic Order of Sons of America], Richfield, PA. The back, solid black, contains the same text.
Alumninum dog tags worn by Bryan Graybill during his service in World War I. Graybill entered into the military on April 30, 1918 and served in Verdun, France through the signing of the armistice. After the signing of the armistice, he was transferred to the 149th Field Artillery, "The Rainbow Division".
A photograph of the men of the State Millers' Association on the steps of Hotel Shikellimy in 1893.
The agriculture industry was hit hard by economic depression; wheat farmers were hurt especially because of competition with dairy, poultry, and livestock farmers. In response to these poor conditions, the Pennsylvania State Millers' Association was created in 1877.
The Pennsylvania State Millers' Association discussed economics and the state of Pennsylvania agriculture, the most profitable wheat to grind, overflowing granaries, and cheap bread for everyday citizens.