Lebanon County Historical Society
924 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA, 17042
Publications;Photographs and prints
1917 – 1921
- Penna. Pays Great Honor To Unknown: Gov. Sproul and General Price Present officially as State's Mourners, Representatives of Military Forces and Legion also in Throng Paying Tribute; 1921.
- French Medal Awarded Hero: Private Punco Returns to Dix Convalescent Centre to Receive High Honor
- Paper clipping that lists Barnhart among the wounded
- Day Passed in Rifle Practice
- Spectacular Scene Witnessed at Rifle Range at Gretna: Hundreds of Autos
- Assails Oppression By U.S. Army Officers: Representative La Guardia Accuses Americans of 'Teutonic Militarism'
- Got In Wrong Swearing In Penna. Dutch: Loyal Soldier Boy of Lancaster Was Arrested As Spy, Interesting Incident Was Related By Capt. Barnhart At Camp Dix.
- 5000 Trees are Dix Tribute to Its Dead: Every Boy Who Trained at Camp and Died in Service Is Remembered.
- Newspaper Editorial discussing the need for military reorganization in the United States.
- Heroes of the Iron Division Welcome Home: A Poem
- Two Years Ago Today Company H Boys Left: Many Sad Farewells
- The Stars and Stripes Tells of Gallant 28th Division, To Which Lebanon Boys Belong
- Philadelphia Boy Gets "Medaille Millitair": Highest French Honor for an Enlisted Man Conferred on Private Punco
- H. H. Barnhart Candidate For the Assembly: Commanded Old Company H During World War in France
- The City Rambler: The Old Soldiers In Times of Peace, advocating for Barnhart's campaign
- Capt. Barnhart Honored by the War Dept.
- Army and Navy Journal, Casualties in Forces Abroad, 1919.