American Red Cross. Pennsylvania Chapter. Mahanoy City. In Memoriam Of Those Who, Coming from the District within the Limits of the Mahanoy City, Red Cross Chapter, Quakake to Girardville [inclusive] Made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Great War for Democracy, known as "The World War" 1917-1919. Mahanoy City, Pa., 
This is a six page memorial to the fallen veterans who lived in Mahanoy City in the anthracite coal region of northeastern Pennsylvania.
Joseph A. Borkowski. The Role of Pittsburgh's Polish Falcons in the Organization of the Polish Army in France. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1972.
Borkowski recounts the contributions of this Polish fraternal organization whose recruits fought for independence for Poland in France during World War I.
J. Bennett Nolan. The Reading Militia in the Great War. Reading, Pa., 
This has American Expeditionary Force regimental histories of Company I, later known as Company D, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, Forty-second Division, and Company A, later known as Company B, 108th Machine Gun Battalion, Twenty-eighth Division. These regiments were organized in Berks County, Pennsylvania in the city of Reading.
James Lloyd Knipe. History of Hospital Train No. 52 and Its Personnel: American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1917-1919. Lancaster, Pa., 1943.
This is the history of medical relief of Hospital Train number 52.
Herman R. Furr. 314 Machine Gun Battalion History, Blue Ridge (80th) Division. [No location, 1919]
The recruits in this regimental history lived in Virginia, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania.
Raymond L. Thompson. A history of the Three hundred tenth infantry, seventy-eighth division, U. S. A., 1917-1919. New York, NY., 1919.
Originally comprised of men from Northern Pennsylvania and New York, the 310th Infantry of the 78th Division was activated in August of 1917. The 78th, with its 4 battalions of infantry and 3 battalions of artillery, was the first unit to train at Fort Dix, New Jersey, and proceeded from there to France in the First World War.