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    P. Faith Peters flips through a scrapbook compiled by her grandmother Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl, during nine months of service in Europe.

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    P. Faith Peters flips through a scrapbook compiled by her grandmother Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl, during nine months of service in Europe. The right-hand page contains Hinckley's "honorable discharge" document.

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    A scrapbook compiled by Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl, during her nine months of service in Europe.

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    Portrait of Faith Hinckley in her formal "Y" girl uniform.

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    The engraved backside of a watch given as a parting gift from the 56th Infantry to Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl who served in France for nine months.

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    A "cootie bracelet" worn by Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl, in France.

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    "Forgotten Fires," a World War I memoir written by "Y" girl Faith Hinckley and published in 1923.

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    A pair of medallions given to Faith Hinckley, a "Y" girl, from a U.S. Army soldier as a parting gift after Hinckley served nine months in Europe.

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    A photo of "Y" girl Faith Hinckley with her guard dog Coosh in "Forgotten Fires," a World War I memoir written by Hinckley and held here by her granddaughter, P. Faith Peters.

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    P. Faith Peters, in her Portland home, holds a portrait of grandmother Faith Hinckley, who was a "Y" girl for nine months in France.

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    L.C. Bates Museum Director Deborah Staber on Thursday holds a World War I gas mask and helmet that will be part of an exhibit of artifacts from the Faith Jayne Hinckley collection at the museum on the Good Will-Hinckley campus.

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    An old photograph of Faith Jayne Hinckley beside her book, "Forgotten Fires," at the L.C. Bates Museum on the Good Will-Hinckley campus in Fairfield.

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