Identifications sought for World War I soldiers' portraits
Do you have an ancestor who served in World War I? Have you ever seen photos of him?
During the war, William R. Webb Jr., son of Webb School founder Sawney Webb, was co-principal of the school, and "de facto headmaster," according to Webb history instructor L.R. Smith. "He was also a 'Four-Minute Man,'" said Smith; "namely, a volunteer speaker for the Committee On Public Information, which was the all-pervasive government propaganda office in charge of selling the Great War to the American public."