Records for Topic: 30th Division

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"The Americans in Battles," Translated in German Intelligence Report on the American Attack at St. Mihiel, France, September 17, 1918.

Ammunition Reports, 1st Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, September 30 to October 1, 1918.

ARMOR PLATE ISSUED IN 1916 OR 1917; STEEL FRONTAL (OR BROW) PLATE MADE TO ATTACH TO THE M16 OR M18 WWI GERMAN STEEL HELMET; LEATHER SIDE STRAPS MISSING; "109" STAMPED IN INTERIOR RIGHT RIM; NO OTHER MARKS; 70% PAINT REMAINING ON EXTERIOR; NO KNOWN HISTORY.

ARMY UNIFORM BELT WORLD WAR I U.S. ARMY UNIFORM BELT. GREEN-BROWN PLAIN TEXTILE BELT WITH PLAIN METAL BUCKLE.

ARMY UNIFORM BELT WORLD WAR I U.S. ARMY UNIFORM SWORD BELT. WIDE MEDIUM BROWN LEATHER BELT WITH SOME STITCHING DESIGNS. SMALLER BELT STRAPS ATTACHED TO SIDE OF WIDE BELT.

Article regarding Company F, 119th Infantry, 30th Division appearing in "Everywoman's Magazine, March 1919". Article also features a picture of Captain Philip T. Fry, Co. H., 119th Infantry, 30th Division.

ARTIFICIAL LIMB LEFT ARM; BENT 90 DEGREES; LEATHER GLOVE ON HAND; JOINT AT ELBOW; HAND SWIVELS; LABEL ON UPPER ARM READS "__RNES ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO. KANSAS CITY, MO. U.S.A./ PAT'D MAY 17, 1904 760102...DEC. 10, 1912 104696."; LIMB ALSO HAS ATTACHED ARM STRAP.

Artillery Battery War Diary, August 25 to September 21, 1918, and report of regimental supply officer, Headquarters, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, France, September 22, 1918.

"Battle History of the 113th Field Artillery," by Captain Gustaf R. Westfeldt, February 1, 1919.

"Battle Instructions No. 1" Attack At Premont, France, headquarters, 30th Division, October 6, 1918.

"Battle Instructions No. 1, Series D, 30th Division A.E.F., France, October 15, 1918."

"Battle Instructions No. 2, Series D, Headquarters 30th Division, A.E.F. France, October 15, 1918."

"Battle Instructions No. 4-" Attack at Premont, France, Headquarters, 30th Division, October 7, 1918.

"Battle Instructions No. 4, Series D, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, October 15, 1918."

Battle Report By Captain George J Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

"Battle Report, Headquarters, 60th Infantry Brigade, 30th Division, October 17,1918,"

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message from Captain Fred D. Stafford 1st Battalion, to Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Captain George J. Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Captain George J. Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Captain George J. Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Captain George J. Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Captain George J. Brooks, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message From Lieutenant G. Baldwin to Captain George J. Brooks Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29,1918.

Battlefield Message From Lieutenant Taylor, Company A, to 1st Battalion Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 29, 1918.

Battlefield message to Colonel A.L. Cox 113th Field Artillery Regiment, from Headquarters, 5th Army Corps, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, 5:30 p.m., October 4, 1918.

Battlefield message to Colonel A.L. Cox from Captain Rodman, Battery B, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, 8:00 p.m., September 29, 1918.

Battlefield Message to Colonel A.L. Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, from 104th Aero Squadron on Enemy Positions, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, October 4, 1918.

Battlefield Message to Lieutenant Colonel Chambers from Colonel A.L. Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, 6:35 p.m., October 4, 1918.

Battlefield Message written by Captain George J. Brooks, Company A to Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th division, St. Quentin Canal Line, October 1, 1918.

Battlefield Message written by Captain George J. Brooks, Company A to Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th division, St. Quentin Canal Line, October 1, 1918.

Battlefield Report, 2nd Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, October 4, 1918.

Biographical & service information about Colonel Holmes B. Springs, Division Chief Quartermaster, 30th Division.

Biographical sketch on the life and death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918, written by W. Hickman Carter.

Biographical sketch on the life and death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Brief service record of Lieutenant S.E. Jennette, Co. B, 105th Engineers, 30th Division.

Brief service record of Ray R. Weston, Battery B, 113th Field Artillery, 30th Division.

Brief service record of Will Roper, Battery B, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

CARVING PIECE OF FRENCH CHALK CARVED BY GERMANS. PYRAMID SHAPED WITH INCRIPTIONS ON EACH SIDE: "ES LEBE DER KONIG UND SEINE JAGER" (LONG LIVE THE KING AND HIS SOLDIERS), "GOTT MIT UNS" (GOD WITH US), AND "IN TREUE FEST" (IN CONSTANT LOYALTY). CAPTURED FROM A GERMAN DUGOUT B Y THE 30TH DIVISION IN WWI.

"Change in the discipline and Morale in the German Army, January - September 1918," General Headquarters, September 27, 1918.

Christmas card sent to R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

Christmas card sent to R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

Christmas card sent to R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

"Circulation of Trucks, Caissons, and Wagons, Headquarters, 55th Field Artillery Brigade, September 5, 1918." Instructions on the preparation of the Battle of St. Mihiel.

COAT M1911 STYLE UNIFORM COAT IN OLIVE DRAB GABARDINE. STAND UP CHOKER STYLE COLLAR WITH HOOK AND EYE CLOSURE. TWO EPAULETTES CROSS STITCHED DOWN NEAR BASE. FIVE BUTTON FRONT CLOSURE. FOUR FLUSH PATCH POCKETS ON FRONT. STRAIGHT SLEEVES WITH LIGHT HERRINGBONE TAPE AROUND CUFF.

COAT US ARMY MEDICAL CORPS COAT; O.D. WOOL; "US" ON COLLARS WITH "NG" SUPERIMPOSED; CADUCEUS ON EACH COLLAR; 30TH DIVISION PATCH ON LEFT SHOULDER; RED CROSS ARMBAND ON LEFT ARM.

Combat Medical Reports, Ypres Front, Belgium, August 16 - September 3, 1918, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Copy of a letter written to Mrs. A.A. McLean of Gastonia, North Carolina by R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division. Letter describes Cherry's service abroad.

Copy of citation for bravery issued to Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Copy of letter regarding the death of Corporal Harley L. Tucker, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

"Corps Headquarters, II American Corps Summary of Intelligence From 18:00 13 October to 18:00 14 October 1918."

"Corps Headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence, From 18:00 14 October to 18:00 15 October 1918."

"Corps headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence, From 18:00 17 October to 18:00 18 October 1918."

"Corps Headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence, From 18:00 18 October to 18:00 19 October 1918."

"Corps Headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence, From 18:00 19 October to 18:00 20 October 1918."

Correspondence regarding Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, written to R.B. House from Hampton S. Beck.

Correspondence regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Correspondence regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Correspondence regarding the life and death of Private V.V. Alexander, Company B., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Correspondence regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, JR., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 25, 1918.

Correspondence regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 27, 1918.

Correspondence regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 28, 1918.

Correspondence written about Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, by Thomas B. Byrd To R.B. House, August 25, 1919.

Court Martial of Private Robert S. Greer, Company A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division France, January 15, 1919.

Daily Route of Company D 3rd NC Infantry (Afterwards Co D 120 Infantry) From June 1916 to April 1919.

"Daily Work Report, 1st Platoon, Company C., 105th Engineers Regiment, July 21, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Daily Work Report, 1st Platoon, Company C., 105th Engineers Regiment, July 22, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Daily Work Report, 1st Platoon, Company C., 105th Engineers, July 20, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

Description of the September 29, 1918 attack on the Hindenburg Line by Colonel S.L. Faison, 60th Infantry Brigade, 30th Division.

"Destruction of the Church at Premont," Report by Colonel Joseph H. Pratt, October 1918.

Diary of Captain Robert Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division. Diary was kept from April 30, 1918 - July 10, 1918, and describes his crossing the Atlantic to the front.

Discharge of Sergeant Eugene McDonald, Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

"Engineer Reconnaissance Following Capture of Voormezeele, September 7, 1918," by Lieutenant H. S. Robinson, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

ENTRENCHING SHOVEL METAL BLADE W/ WOOD HANDLE & "T" CROSSBAR ON END; ORIGINALLY PAINTED GREEN; BLADE ATTACHED TO HANDLE W/ 2 RIVETS; TANG MARKED "U.S."; CROSSBAR ATTACHED W/ METAL STRAP & 2 RIVETS; REMNANTS OF PAPER LABEL ON HANDLE.

"Everywoman's Magazine" (March 1919) featuring a picture of Captain Robert J. Lamb, Co. F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, A.E.F.

"Experience Report," 105th Engineers Regiment 30th Division, December 28, 1918 by 1st Lieutenant G.E. Elliot.

"Experience Report," Co. E, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, December 28, 1918 by Captain Willard P. Sullivan.

"Experience Report," Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, December 10, 1918 by 1st Lieutenant Harry S. Tucker.

Extract from letter dated October 8, 1918 written by 1st Lieutenant Samuel M. Gattis, Jr. regarding the service of Chaplin Ben R. Lacy, Jr., 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

"Field Order No. 13, September 3, 1918," 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, From Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Field Orders No. 26, 60th Infantry Brigade, [30th Division], A.E.F., October 19, 1918,"

"Field Orders No. 27, 60th Infantry Brigade, [30th Division], A.E.F. October 19, 1918."

Final Roster of Company D, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, July 1, 1918.

FLAG SWALLOWTAIL, UPPER FIELD RED, LOWER FIELD BLUE, GOLD-PAINTED "115TH MACHINE GUN/ BATTALION/ 115 MG/ 30TH DIVISION/ (OLD HICKORY) AMERICAN EX. FORCES/ 1917-18-19", SOME FADING.

GAS MASK WORLD WAR I U.S. ARMY GAS MASK.

General Order No. 126- Authorization to Wear a Wound Chevron, September 13, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

General Order No. 5, Citations Awarded For Meritorious Conduct, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, January 10, 1919.

General Order No. 6, Citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, February 8, 1919.

General Orders No. 1, Citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, 30th Division, A.E.F. Finance, January 2, 1919.

General Orders No. 2, citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, January 10, 1919.

General Orders No. 40- Citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, Headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F., France, November 2, 1918.

General Orders No. 43 citing Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, for meritorious conduct at Vaux Andigny.

General Orders No. 43, Citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, Headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, November 12, 1918.

General Orders No. 44, Citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, November 16, 1918.

General Orders No. 50, Citations awarded for Meritorious Conduct, headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, December 2, 1918.

General Orders No. 51, citations Awarded for Meritorious Conduct, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, December 10, 1918.

General Orders No. 8, Authorization to Wear Wound Chevron, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, November 4, 1918.

Group photograph at induction with Private Thomas Milton Sadler, [Co. F], 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action in September 1918. Sadler is third from the left.

Handwritten Account and Recommendations for Distinguished Service Cross for Sergeant Alex W. Macon and Private Ross Hill Co D 120th Infantry Regt 30th Division.

Handwritten account regarding the life and death of Private W.W. Brickell, Company E, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded October 17, 1918.

"Headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence 6:00 PM September 28 to 6:00 PM September 29, 1918."

"Headquarters, II American Corps, Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 PM September 29 to 6:00 PM September 30, 1918," St. Quentin Canal, France.

"Headquarters, II Corps American, Summary of Intelligence From 18:00 October 10 to 18:00 October 11, 1918."

"Headquarters, II Corps American, Summary of Intelligence From 18:00 October 9 to 18:00 October 10, 1918."

"Headquarters, II Corps, American, Summary of Intelligence From 18:00 8 October To 18:00 9 October 1918."

"Headquarters, II Corps, American, Summary of Intelligence, 18:00 6 October to 18:00 7 October 1918.

"Headquarters, II Corps, American, Summary of Intelligence, From 18:00 5 October to 18:00 6 October 1918."

"Historical Technical Report of 105th Engineers for Month of October 1918, headquarters, 30th Division, November 7, 1918."

"History of Battery A, 113th Field Artillery," n.d. [ca 1919]

History of Company D Written by Thomas Cheatham Alston Co D 120th Infantry Regt. 30th Division.

The history of the 105th Regiment of Engineers, divisional engineers of the "Old Hickory" (30th) Division, comp. by Willard P. Sullivan ... Harry Tucker ... associate; illustrated wth maps, charts, photographs and portraits

History of the 118th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

History of the 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division by Captain Zac. P. Smith, Jr., November 21, 1918.

History of the 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, May 26, 1918 to September 6, 1918.

History of the 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

History of the 30th Division, Historical Branch, War Plans Division, June 1921.

ID TAGS ID TAGS; WWI

Incomplete letter, most likely written by Lieutenant Phillip Theodore Fry, Co. H, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Information Report on Enemy Shelling, 1st Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Battle of Meuse Argonne, October 2, 1918.

Instructions on rations supply to be issued to the 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, upon its arrival to Europe, Camp Mill, New York, May 23, 1918.

Instructions on the Movement of Artillery Ammunition, September 4, 1918 Prior to the Battle of St. Mihiel and Description of Results, by 1st Lieutenant Joseph Lonergon, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, September 5, 1918.

June 6, 1918 entry in war diary written by Chaplin Ben R. Lacy, Jr., 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

LAPEL BUTTON OF THE OLD HICKORY ASSOCIATION, 30 DIV., AEF, WHICH BELONGED TO COL. MINOR.

LAPEL BUTTON WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; CROSSED RIFLES WITH 120 ABOVE.

LAPEL BUTTON WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; CROSSED RIFLES WITH 120 ABOVE.

LEATHER BAG CASE; UNIDENTIFIED, HAS "105 ENGINEERS" WRITTEN ON IT; PROBABLY WWI ERA.

LEATHER LEATHER DISPATCH CASE WITH COMPASS AND HANDLES USED IN WW I BY R.G. CHERRY.

Letter about Sergeant Howard L. Pierce, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter dated August 11, 1918 to Miss Annie Avery from Sgt. J.V. Johnson regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter dated August 6 to Ms. Claudia Avery from Chaplain H. Knowles regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter dated December 12, 1918 to R.D.W. Connor from Claudia Avery regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter dated July 19, 1918 to Mrs. Wiley C. Bisset from Captain John H. Manning regarding the death of her husband Private Wiley Clifton Bisset, Company D, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Ypres, Belgium, July 18, 1918.

Letter dated July 19, 1918 to Mrs. Wiley C. Bisset from Captain Lewis D. Giddens regarding the death of her husband Private Wiley Clifton Bisset, Company D, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Ypres, Belgium, July 18, 1918.

Letter dated July 20, 1918 to Mrs. Wiley C. Bisset from 1st Lieutenant John E. Scott regarding the death of her husband Private Wiley Clifton Bisset, Company D, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Ypres, Belgium, July 18, 1918.

Letter dated November 26, 1918 to Miss Claudia Avery from Captain D. Holland regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter dated October 14, 1918 to Mr. George Huntley from Captain James W. Jenkins describing the death of Private Joseph Laxton Huxley, Company (?). 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Letter dated October 29, 1918 to Miss Annie Avery from Sergeant V.J. Johnson regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter from Captain Robert W. Winston describing his life at war, 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division,

Letter from Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 4, 1918.

Letter from Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter from D.H. Allen regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 30, 1918.

Letter from Edward Pou regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 6, 1918.

Letter from Edward Pou regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 28, 1918.

Letter from H.P. McCain regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 4, 1918.

Letter from Josephus Daniels regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 1, 1918.

Letter from Private Lawrence M. Ferguson, Company B, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, August 4, 1918.

Letter from Senator Simmons regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 4, 1918.

Letter from Senator Simmons regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 7, 1918.

Letter from Senator Simmons to H.P. McCain regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 3, 1918.

Letter home written by Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter home, June 28, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter home, no date, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter home, November 26, 1918, written by Thomas Alston Cheatham, Company D, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter home, October 27, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter of condolence by Colonel Albert Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, March 2, 1919.

Letter of condolence by Colonel Albert Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, March 2, 1919.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter regarding the war record of Horace C. Goers, Co. A, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division whose father was born in Berlin, Germany.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, from his father, April 22, 1918.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr. 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, from his father, May 27, 1918.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr. 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, from his father, May 28, 1918.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 4, 1918.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 8, 1918.

Letter to Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 30, 1918.

Letter to Colonel Albert Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment from Mrs. Harmon of Kannapolis, North Carolina asking for the return oh her husband from service, November 14, 1917.

Letter to Colonel Albert Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, from Mr. J.A. Winecoff of Glass, North Carolina, supporting Mrs. W.R. Harmon's request to release her husband from service, October 20, 1917.

Letter to Daisy Green, October 10, 1917 written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to Edward Pou regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 8, 1918.

Letter to Edward Pou regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 27, 1918.

Letter to family dated September 10, 1918 from Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to his father, December 1, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to his father, October 9, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to his mother written by Dewey Lewis, Co. F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division. Letter written at Kitchener Hospital, Brighton, England.

Letter to his mother written by Edger Blanchard, Co. G, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division. Letter dated December 10, 1918. Blanchard describes fighting in the Bellicourt drive and Hindenburg drive.

Letter to his mother written by Herman Hendrix, Co. F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to his mother written by J.R. Clark, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division. Letter dated October 26, 1918.

Letter to his mother written by J.R. Clark, 119th Infantry, 30th Division.

Letter to his mother written by Private Waymon Thagard, Co. H, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, July 7, 1918.

Letter to Josephus Daniels regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 28, 1918.

Letter to Miss Daisy Green, July 31, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to Miss Daisy Green, November14, 1918, written by Andrew Green, Company F., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to mother, most likely written by Lieutenant Philip Theodore Fry, Co. H, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to Mr. Ray from his son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Brinson regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray from her son Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. Ray regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter to Mrs. W.R. Harmon, Kannapolis, North Carolina from Colonel Albert Cox, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, in response to her request to release her husband from service, November 21, 1917.

Letter to Ms. Claudia Avery from J.G. O'Foley dated June 8, 1918 regarding the death of her brother Private Jesse M. Avery near Ypres, Belgium, August 5, 1918, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter to NC Historical Commission from R.W. Winston, Sr. regarding the service of his son Robert W. Winston, Jr., January 1920.

Letter to R.D.W. Connor from Mr. and Mrs. George Huntley describing the death of their son Private Joseph Laxton Huxley, Company (?), 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Letter to Senator Simmons from the father of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, regarding his son's service, May 25, 1918.

Letter to Senator Simmons regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 1, 1918.

Letter to Senator Simmons regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, June 1, 1918.

Letter written by Captain A. Edwards, 15th Australian Machine Gun Company to Bertha Andrews regarding the death of her husband Private Robert Andrews, Co. E, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918, and her memorial statement.

Letter written by Captain George Hollowell to James B. Blackwell, father of Private Robert L. Blackwell, Co. K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near St. Souplet, France, October 11, 1918.

Letter written by Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, to his father.

Letter written by Lieutenant Frank L. Cline to the mother of Sergeant John D. Huffman, Engineer Train, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, regarding his death near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Letter written by Lieutenant Richard D. Dixon, 113th Field Artillery, 30th Division, of Edenton, North Carolina, to his father.

Letter written by Lula Alston regarding the service of Robert Lee, Battery E, 113th Field Artillery, 30th Division, killed in action.

Letter written by Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, July 31, 1919.

Letter written by Private Leslie Walston, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, to his mother on July 29, 1918.

Letter written by Private Leslie Walston, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, to his mother on July 5, 1918.

Letter written to Colonel Fred Olds from Mrs. B.F. Dixon regarding Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter written to Mr. George Stillman from Captain Jason Barbrey regarding his son, Private J. Leslie Stillman, Co. G, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, and his death near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Letter written to Reverend McFarland from J.W. Bickett regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter, dated November 6, 1918, written by Private Thomas A. Lacy, Jr., 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Letter, dated November 7, 1918, written by Private Thomas A. Lacy, Jr., Battery F, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Letters dated July 8, 1918 and July 14, 1918 written by Sergeant John D. Huffman to his mother, Engineer Train, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

"List of Casualties, Company E, 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division," by 1st Lieutenant Harry S. Tucker, October 19,1918.

List of materials left at Terdeghem, Belgium, July 10, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

List of men sick or gassed in action, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, by Major C.L. Pridgen, Medical Corps, November 7, 1918.

List of officers and men authorized to wear a six-month overseas service Chevron, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 1918.

Location Of Field Hospitals, headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F. Office of the Division Surgeon, October 15, 1918.

MACHINE GUN WOODEN STOCK & TRIGGER HANDLE; TRIGGER GUARD VERY LOOSE; "2711/M. G. 08\015./ GWF./ SPANDAU/ 1917" ENGRAVED ON TOP OF RECIEVER; HANDLE ON RIGHT OF CHAMBER.

"Manning Tables," Roster by Batteries ("A" through E") of Battle Positions Held by the Men, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Camp Sevier, South Carolina, January 15, 1918.

MAN'S WALLET MAN'S POCKETBOOK WITH "HQ" MONOGRAM. TAKEN FROM A GERMAN OFFICER BY COL. SIDNEY W. MINOR IN THE HINDENBURG LINE, SEPT. 29, 1918.

MAP HAND DRAWN MAP DRAWN IN PENCIL, BY CLAYTON BRANTLEY, APRIL 1944 AT A CABIN, SHOWING THE LOCATION OF THE 30TH DIVISION AROUND THE HINDENBURG LINE IN SEPT, 1918.

MEDAL ROUND, W/ RING THROUGH EYELET AT TOP, OBVERSE READS "CITY OF ASHEVILLE/ NORTH CAROLINA", REVERSE READS "SECOND REUNION/ 30TH DIVISION -OLD HICKORY ASSN.".

Memorandum- "Engineers in an Advance," [August 1918], 105th Engineers Regiment 30th Division.

"Memorandum No. 331, September 3, 1918' Review of Training Performance on Ypres Front, Belgium, Headquarters, 30th Division.

Memorandum on Assignment of the 349th Tank Company to Assist the 63rd Infantry Brigade, 22nd Division in the Meuse-Argonne Battle, October 2, 1918.

Memorandum on the Causes and Prevention of Trench Foot, September 18, 1918, Headquarters, 30th Division.

"Memorandum to Commanding Officer, 2nd Battalion," September 3, 1918, by Captain Theodore E. Seelye, Company F, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Memorandum to Major Lyerly, Commanding 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers," September 3, 1918, by Captain Willard P. Sullivan, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Memorandum to Major Lyerly," September 3, 1918 by Lieutenant Still, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

Memorandum Warning of Poison Gas In Abandoned Enemy Dugouts, August 16, 1918.

Memorial service announcement for the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Memorial written in honor of Sergeant John D. Huffman, Engineer Train, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Message Congratulating Troops for Victory at St. Quentin Canal, by General E.M. Lewis, Headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F., France, October 1, 1918.

MILITARY FLAG RED GROUND W/ "30" APPLIQUED IN WHITE IN CENTER, STAFF SLEEVE LINED W/ LINEN, LEATHER TAB AT TOP, MACHINE-SEWN, DIRTY & STAINED, MINOR HOLES.

MILITARY FLAG STANDARD 48-STAR US FLAG, GOLD FRINGE ON ALL BUT STAFF EDGE, LEATHER TABS AT TOP & BOTTOM OF STAFF SLEEVE, HAND-SEWN, SOME WATER STAINING & FADING; WITH FINIAL FOR FLAG STAFF.

MILITARY HELMET DISHPAN-STYLE, OLIVE DRAB W/ LEATHER BAND LINER;ADJUSTABLE LEATHER CHINSTRAP W/ BUCKLE ON RIGHT SIDE; PAINTED 30TH DIVISION CIPHER ON FRONT; MODEL 1917.

MILITARY HELMET M1917; DISHPAN STYLE; OLIVE DRAB W/ LINER & CLOTH PIECE IN CROWN; ADJUSTABLE CHINSTRAP W/ BUCKLE ON RIGHT; PAINTED 30TH DIV. EMBLEM ON FRONT: OVAL OUTLINED IN BLACK, RED INTERIOR W/ BLACK DESIGN; CROWN DENTED BY/ BULLETS & SHRAPNEL.

MILITARY HELMET MODEL 1917; DISHPAN-STYLE; OLIVE DRAB W/ LEATHER BAND LINER & CLOTH PIECE IN CROWN; ADJUSTABLE LEATHER CHINSTRAP; PAINTED 30TH DIVISION EMBLEM ON FRONT.

MILITARY HELMET OVAL, OLIVE GREEN COLOR; WORN SAWDUST FINISH; 30TH DIVISION PAINTED ON THE FRONT IN RED & BLUE; HAS 1/2 OF LEATHER CHINSTRAP REMAINING & 2 METAL LOOPS WELDED TO BOTTOM; WOOL HEADCUSHION INSIDE.

MILITARY HELMET TRENCH HELMET; US ARMY; INFANTRY; O.D. W/ SAND FINISH; 30TH DIVISION EMBLEM.

MILITARY INSIGNIA BOX CONTAINING BUTTONS & INSIGNIA; 2 CAPT. BARS, 2 LIEUT. BARS, 9 SEW-ON BUTTONS, 4 BUTTONS W/ METAL BACKS TO SCREW ON, 6 US COLLAR PIN INSIGNIA, 1 CAVALRY INSIGNIA, 2 115TH MACHINE GUN INSIGNIA.

MILITARY INSIGNIA RED OVAL W/OUTER EDGE IN BLUE, WITHIN IS HORIZONTAL "H" W/ ROMAN NUMBERAL "XXX"INSIDE THE CROSS BAR OF "H" IN BLUE, WORN HORIZONTALLY BY 30TH DIVISION, "OLD HICKORY DIVISION".

MILITARY INSIGNIA WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; CROSSED RIFLES WITH 120 ABOVE.

MILITARY INSIGNIA WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; SILVER EAGLE SHOULDER BAR OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR.

MILITARY INSIGNIA WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; SILVER EAGLE SHOULDER BAR OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR.

MILITARY INSIGNIA WORLD WAR I INSIGNIA; SILVER EAGLE SHOULDER BAR OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR.

MILITARY MEDAL OVAL SHAPED, GOLD W/ RED & BLACK ENAMEL, LETTERING READS "30TH DIVISION/ OLD HICKORY", EMBOSSED LETTERS ON REVERSE READ "PRESENTED/ BY THE/ MOTHER CITY/ OF THE/ 30TH DIVISION/ GREENVILLE, S. C.", RED, WHITE & BLUE RIBBON, SPREADEAGLE PINBACK BADGE.

MILITARY MEDAL VICTORY MEDAL AWARDED TO 105TH, 115TH, 119TH & 120TH REGIMENTS, 30TH DIVISION, IMAGE OF MISS LIBERTY ARMED ON OBVERSE, LIST OF ALLIED NATIONS ON REVERSE, FULL COLOR PINBACK RIBBON ABOVE.

MILITARY MEDAL WWI MEDAL PRESENTED TO RETURNING SOLDIERS OF THE "30TH DIVISION/ OLD HICKORY", EAGLE AT TOP HOLDING SHIELD, RED-WHITE-BLUE RIBBON, DUAL MEDALLION.

MONEY BELT TWO ARMY ISSUE WATER PROOF MONEY BELTS..USED BY R.G. CHERRY IN WW I.

NATIONAL FLAG STANDARD 46-STAR US FLAG, GOLD FRINGE ON ALL BUT STAFF EDGE, LEATHER TABS AT TOP & BOTTOM OF STAFF SLEEVE, HAND-SEWN.

Newspaper account dated April 11, 1919 regarding the service of 1st Lieutenant Everett J. Luck, Company K, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper account describing the service of Private Robert Procelli, Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Newspaper account describing the service of Private Robert Procelli, Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Newspaper account including a letter regarding the death of Private Don S. Sutton, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, killed by accident, August 18, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper Account regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper account regarding the death of Private Leslie Walston, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper account regarding the service of Private E.H. Cox, Supply Company, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper account regarding the service of Private Hillary Cartwright, Jr., Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division

Newspaper accounts regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Newspaper article giving a biographical sketch of Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping about Colonel Sydney W. Minor, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping about Colonel Sydney W. Minor, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping dated August 2, 1918, with photo of Private Clyde B. Armstrong, Company D, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping of Claud W. Lee, Machine Gun Co., 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping regarding Private Charles Roy Snow, Company G, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action in France, October 10, 1918.

Newspaper clipping regarding the service of 1st Lieutenant Archibald W. Limer, Company H, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Newspaper clipping regarding the story of nine brothers from Cleveland County volunteering for service overseas. Five of the nine Warlick Brothers were in the 115th Machine Gun Company, 30th Division.

Newspaper clips regarding the service of Chaplin Ben R. Lacy, Jr., 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division. (December 4th & 6th, 1918)

Newspaper clips regarding the service of Chaplin Ben R. Lacy, Jr., 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division. (November 5, 1918)

NOTE MAP OF THE ARMIES IN FRANCE AT SEPT. 25, 1918. SIGNED: "TO THE 120TH INFANTRY" A REMEMBRACE OF THE GREAT WAR DOUGLAS HAIG, F.M."

Obituary regarding the life and death of Corporal Alex A. Holmes, Company F, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, severely wounded in the left on August 20 in Belgium, returned to the front, and was killed in action in France, October 16, 1918.

"The 105th Regiment of Engineers, A.E.F.: A Brief Sketch of Its Work," by 1st Lieutenant Harry S. Tucker, January 31, 1919.

"Operation Report of Co. A, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, from September 28, 1918 to October 1, 1918," by Captain George J. Brooks, October 5, 1918.

"Operations of 30th Division," Summary of Actions, Artillery Support, and General Officers.

"Operations of the Thirtieth Division Old Hickory," booklet n.d.

"Operations Order NO. 1- Organizations of the Command, 55th Field Artillery Brigade, A.E.F., Battle of Meuse-Argonne, October 3, 1918.

Operations, Thirtieth Division, Old Hickory

"Order of Battle, 30th Division, September 15, 1918."

Orders to Attack, La Selle River, France, October 11, 1918, headquarters, 60th Infantry Brigade, 30th Division.

Orders to coordinate supply drop distribution of artillery ammunition. Headquarters, 89th Division Munitions Officer, September 6, 1918.

"Organization for Engineer Company of 250 Men," Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Camp Sevier, South Carolina, April 25, 1918.

Orphans' friend and Masonic journal. [Selected columns from The orphans' friend and Masonic journal, 1919-1920]

OVERCOAT MILITARY OVERCOAT OF MAJ. R. GREGG CHERRY, US ARMY.

OVERSEAS CAP OLIVE DRAB W/ BLUE (INF.) & RED (SIGNIFICANCE UNKNOWN) PIPING; BRASS DISK HAS CROSSED RIFLES W/ "MG" (MACHINE-GUN UNIT) ABOVE; LINED W/ BROWN SILK; LABEL INSIDE HAS MAKER'S[?] NAME AROUND IMPERIAL CROWN & LION OVER CIRCULAR DESIGN.

OVERSEAS CAP OLIVE DRAB; RED & WHITE PIPING (INDICATES ENGINEERS); HEADBAND IS BROWN PAINTED CLOTH; LINED W/ OLIVE DRAB CLOTH.

Papers regarding the death of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Personal history, including a description regarding the death of 1st Lieutenant Archibald W. Limer, Company H, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Photo and clipping of Captain Wallace W. Riddick, 115th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo and information regarding the death of Private Willie N. McKnight, Company F, 105th Ammunition Train, 30th Division, killed in a railway accident in France, January 21, 1919 on his return home.

Photo of and letter transcript by Private I.G. Wilson, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Photo of Colonel C.F. Spence, Commander of the 117th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Colonel Holmes B. Springs, Division Chief Quartermaster, 30th Division.

Photo of Colonel John Van B. Metts (center) and Captain Cooper, (adjutant (left) Captain West, personal adjutant (center left) Lt. Colonel Philpot (center right) Captain Bryan, operations (right) in Beaumont-Sur-Sarthe, France, c. 1919, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, December 3, 1918.

Photo of Colonel John Van B. Metts (center) and officers in Beaumont-Sur-Sarthe, France, c. 1919, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Colonel John Van B. Metts, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, c. 1919.

Photo of Colonel Joseph H. Pratt (5th from the left) and Officers at Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, France, 1919.

Photo of Colonel Joseph H. Pratt at Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, France 1919.

Photo of Colonel Jospeh H. Pratt and men, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, France, January 1919.

Photo of Colonel Jospeh H. Pratt and officers, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, France, January 1919.

Photo of Colonel S.L. Faison, 60th Infantry Brigade, 30th Division.

Photo of Colonel Sydney W. Minor, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Corporal Robert A. Moore, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, severely wounded on October 2, 1918.

Photo of 1st Lieutenant Archibald W. Limer, Company H, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of 1st Lieutenant J.W. Franklin, 118th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Major General E.M. Lewis, commander of the 30th Division.

Photo of Major S.P. Boddie, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, severely wounded October 10, 1918.

Photo of Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Private Grover Carl Speight, Company E, 105th Ammunition Train, 30th Division.

Photo of Private I.G. Wilson, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Private J. Leslie Stillman, Company G, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division who died in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Photo of Private Jesse M. Avery, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Private John D. Watson, Company K, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, September 2, 1918.

Photo of Private Joseph Laxton Huxley, Company (?), 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Photo of Private Leslie Walston, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division who died from wounds near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Photo of Private Paul Hogsed, Company 1, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 2, 1918.

Photo of Private Reuben E. Davis, Company L, 120th Infantry Reiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Photo of Private Tenney B. West, Company C., 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Photo of Sergeant Howard L. Pierce, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Sergeant John D. Huffman, Engineer Train, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Photo of Sergeant William G. Hewitt, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

PHOTOGRAPH 105TH ENG.'S CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 7, 1918.

PHOTOGRAPH 105TH FIELD SIGNAL BATTALION CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 1, 1918. MAJOR G (?) L. VAN DUSEN, COMMANDING. SHOWS TROOPS, HORSES WITH WAGONS, TENTS, MOTORCYCLES.

PHOTOGRAPH 105TH SANITARY TRAIN, AMBULANCE SECTION, CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 28, 1918. MEN IN FORMATION WITH AMBULANCES AND HORSE DRAWN CARTS POSED BEHIND THEM.

PHOTOGRAPH 105TH SANITARY TRAIN-CAMP SEVIER, MARCH 27. LARGE GROUP OF MEN IN FORMATION ON A FIELD. BARRACKS CAN BE SEEN BEHIND THEM. ALSO MEN ON HORSES AND ONE BUILDING WITH "Y.M.C.A." IN LARGE LETTERS.

PHOTOGRAPH 105TH SUPPLY TRAIN, 30TH DIVISION, CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 13, 1918, WORLD WAR I.

PHOTOGRAPH 119TH INFANTRY, CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 8, 1918; COL. F. (?) PARKER, COMMANDING.

PHOTOGRAPH 119TH INFANTRYS AND 115TH MACHINE GUN BATTALION OF THE 30TH DIV. N.C. NATIONAL GUARD-NOV. 5. COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF UNITS POSED FOR GROUP PHOTO.

PHOTOGRAPH 120TH INF., CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MAY 6, 1918. LARGE GROUP OF MEN/ MOST HAVE HATS OFF, HELD OVER THEIR HEARTS. NAMES OF OFFICERS WRITTEN IN VARIOUS PLACES IN WHITE INK.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W. VIEW OF ST. MARTIN AT SAERT, BELGIUM, WITH TROOPS OF THE 30TH DIVISION ENTERING TOWN.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W. UNIDENTIFIED SOLDIER OF THE 30TH DIVISION, SLEEPING IN A TRENCH.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: MAJOR GENERAL E. M. LEWIS STANDING W/ BRICK BUILDING BEHIND, COMMANDER OF THE 30TH DIVISION, A. E. F.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: OF A MACHINE GUNNER, 115TH BATALLION, 30TH DIVISION.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: OF THE 30TH DIVISION BRINGING IN GERMAN PRISONERS, WHITE PRINT BELOW READS "U. S. OFFICIAL".

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: OF THE CANAL TUNNEL, STRONGEST DEFENSE IN THE HINDENBURG LINE, CAPTURED BY THE 30TH & 27TH DIVISIONS.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: THE 30TH DIVISION IN ST. MARTIN LAERT, BELGIUM ON ITS WAY TO THE FRONT.

PHOTOGRAPH B & W: THE GRAVES OF THE 30TH DIVISION TROOPS, BONY FRANCE, LETTERS BELOW READ "U. S. OFFICIAL".

PHOTOGRAPH B &W: AUSTRALIAN TROOPS RELIEVING THE 30TH DIVISION AFTER THE LATTER HAD CAPTURED ALL ITS FOUR OBJECTIVE POINTS ON THE HINDENBURG LINE FROM THE GERMANS.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, GROUP PHOTO OF COMPANY A, 115TH MACHINE GUN BATTALION AT CAMP SEVIER, GREENVILLE, SC. CAPTAIN R. GREGG CHERRY, COMMANDING OFFICER, APPEARS ON FIRST ROW AT LEFT.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF A SERIES OF PHOTOS OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. THIS ONE SHOWS AREA SW OF BELLICOURT.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, ONE OF SIX PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. STUDIO PORTRAIT OF CHERRY STANDING IN HIS UNIFORM. IN FOLDER.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF AERIAL VIEWS OF THE AREA AROUND BELLICOURT, FRANCE, DURING WORLD WAR I., PROBABLY ONE OF THE EARLIER EXAMPLES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. THIS HAS TWO SMALL PHOTOS AND THE AREA IS IDENTIFIED AS "LANKHOF FARM".

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF BRIGADIER GENERAL LAWRENCE D. TYSON, COMMANDER OF THE FIFTY-NINTH BRIGADE, THIRTIETH DIVISION, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 1917-1919.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF BRIGADIER GENERAL SAMUEL L. FAISON, COMMANDER OF THE 60TH BRIGADE, THIRTIETH DIVISION, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 1917-1919. MOUNTED ON CARDBOARD.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. (MINOR?) WITH WOMAN (MRS. MINOR?) OUTSIDE TENT. HE IS DRESSED IN HIS UNIFORM AND STANDS TO THE LEFT. SHE IS IN WHITE BLOUSE, JACKET, ANKLE-LENGTH SKIRT, HIGH TOP SHOES, AND HAT. WHAT APPEARS TO BE A FLASK HANGS FROM A LONG CHAIN AROUND HER NECK.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. JOSEPH HYDE PRATT, 105 ENGINEERS, AEF, IN UNIFORM.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND A CAPT. STANDING SIDE-BY-SIDE OUTSIDE. TENTS AND US FLAG BEHIND THEM. REVERSE IS BLANK POSTCARD.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND A CAPT. STANDING SIDE-BY-SIDE OUTSIDE. TENTS AND US FLAG BEHIND THEM. REVERSE IS BLANK POSTCARD.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND A GROUP OF FOUR SOLDIERS STANDING IN FRONT OF ARTILLERY PIECE. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND A GROUP OF FOUR SOLDIERS STANDING IN FRONT OF ARTILLERY PIECE. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE. IDENTICAL TO (1951.61.100) EXCEPT MEN ARE IDENTIFIED BY NAMES ACROSS TOP OF PHOTO: "COL. MINOR, COL. SCOTT, CAPT. DICKENS, LT.PECHE(USN), CAPT. BOYLAN."

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND A GROUP OF FOUR SOLDIERS STANDING IN FRONT OF ARTILLERY PIECE. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE. IDENTICAL TO (1951.61.100).

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND ANOTHER OFFICER STANDING ON DECK OF SHIP, OTHERS BEHIND THEM. ON REVERSE: "ON BOARD USS. POWHATON/ APR 1-1919

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR AND TWO OTHER MEN IN UNIFORM STANDING OUTSIDE. A FOURTH MAN CAN BE SEEN WALKING BEHIND THEM. TREES IN THE BACKGROUND. THE MEN ARE IDENTIFIED ON REVERSE AS COL. MINOR, GEN ROYSTER, AND MAJ. YORK COLEMAN; THE PLACE MOREHEAD, AUG. 5, 1915.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR IN UNIFORM. FORMAL STUDIO PORTRAIT.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR SEATED IN CHAIR IN PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. HE IS DRESSED IN UNIFORM; LEGS ARE CROSSED.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. MINOR WITH WOMAN, MRS. MINOR, OUTSIDE TENT. HE IS DRESSED IN HIS UNIFORM AND STANDS TO THE LEFT. SHE IS IN WHITE BLOUSE, JACKET, ANKLE-LENGTH SKIRT, HIGH TOP SHOES, AND HAT. WHAT APPEARS TO BE A FLASK HANGS FROM A LONG CHAIN AROUND HER NECK.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR DURING WORLD WAR I. IN THIS PHOTO HE IS STANDING WITH SOME OF HIS STAFF OUTSIDE A TENT. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR DURNG WORLD WAR I. IN THIS PHOTO HE IS STANDING WITH SOME OF HIS STAFF OUTSIDE A TENT. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE. IDENTICAL TO (1951.61.88 & .91).

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR DURNG WORLD WAR I. IN THIS PHOTO HE IS STANDING WITH SOME OF HIS STAFF OUTSIDE A TENT. BLANK POSTCARD ON REVERSE. IDENTICAL TO (1951.61.88).

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR DURNG WORLD WAR I. THIS IS FORMAL STUDIO PORTRAIT IN HIS UNIFORM.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR DURNG WORLD WAR I. THIS IS FORMAL, FULL-LENGTH STUDIO PORTRAIT IN HIS UNIFORM.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY MINOR IN UNIFORM DURING WORLD WAR I, A MEMBER OF THE 120TH INFANTRY, 60TH BRIGADE, 30TH DIVISION.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF COL. SIDNEY W. MINOR, COMMANDER OF THE 120TH REGIMENT, INFANTRY, SIXTIETH BRIGADE, THIRTIETH DIVISION, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF OFFICERS IN THE 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY, THIRTIETH DIVISION, IN FRANCE.

PHOTOGRAPH B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF R. GREGG CHERRY IN WORLD WAR I UNIFORM, MOUNTED IN CARDBOARD FOLDER. SEE REGISTRATION NOTE.

PHOTOGRAPH COL. SIDNEY M. MINOR, 120TH INFANTRY.

PHOTOGRAPH COLONEL JOSEPH HYDE PRATT, IN UNIFORM. PICTURE IS MOUNTED ON WHITE CARDBOARD BACKING.

PHOTOGRAPH COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF AN AERIAL VIEW OF THE YPRES-MANIN ROAD BATTLEFIELD, NEAR POLYGON WOOD, 1918.

PHOTOGRAPH COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF LT. COL. GRAHAM SETON HUTCHISON, COMMANDING THE THIRD BATTALION ARGYLE AND SOUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS & MACHINE GUN CORPS. HE SERVED WITH THE 30TH DIVISION OF NORTH CAROLINA AT YPRES, 1918. INFORMATION WRITTEN ON FRONT RIGHT CORNER OF PHOTO.

PHOTOGRAPH EVENING PARADE OF 105 ENG.-CAMP SEVIER, S.C. MARCH 22, 1918. MOST OF MEN IN GROUPS FOR PARADE. SOME ON HORSEBACK. TENTS/ WAGONS IN BACKGROUND. ALSO CARS UNDER SHED IN BACK RIGHT.

PHOTOGRAPH OF 119TH INFANTRY, 30TH DIVISION, BEING ADDRESSED BY GEN. SAMUEL L. FAISON, CAMP JACKSON, SOUTH CAROLINA, APRIL 6, 1919, BEFORE DEPARTING FOR HOME.

Photograph of Captain R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

PHOTOGRAPH OF CO. A, 115 MACHINE GUN BATTALION, A.E.F. MARCH 24, 1919.

Photograph of Division Rifle Ranges, Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina. Laid out and constructed under supervision of the 105th Engineers.

Photograph of Edgar W. Draughon, Med. Co., 120th Infantry, 30th Division.

Photograph of Lieutenant Bryan Beckwith, Co. F, 119th Infantry, 30th Division.

Photograph of Sergeant Eugene McDonald, Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Photograph of Sergeant Fred M. Patterson, Supply Company, Regiment, 30th Division, Wounded in Action Near Limey, France, September 12, 1918, the Battle of St. Mihiel.

PHOTOGRAPH OF THE 115TH MACHINE GUN BATTALION, 60TH BRIGADE, 30TH DIVISION, A.E.F.

Photograph of Thomas Newton Bryson 30th Division, Camp Jackson, SC 1917.

Photograph of Thomas Newton Bryson 30th Division, Recovering From Wound Received September 29, 1918 St Quentin, France.

Photograph of Thomas Newton Bryson and Ethel Leona Evans, Both From Macon County, NC, ca. 1917 They Were Married After the War.

Photograph of unknown 30th Division officer in uniform.

PHOTOGRAPH ONE OF SIX, B&W OR SEPIA, RECTANGULAR, PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. CHERRY IN FIELD UNIFORM AND HAT, FACING LEFT. PHOTO IN BROWN FOLDER.

PHOTOGRAPH ONE OF SIX, B&W OR SEPIA, RECTANGULAR, PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. STUDIO PORTRAIT OF CHERRY IN FULL UNIFORM, FACING SLIGHTLY TO RIGHT.

PHOTOGRAPH ONE OF SIX, B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. CAPT. CHERRY STANDS FACING CAMERA WITH CIGAR IN MOUTH. OTHER SOLDIERS STAND OR WALK BETWEEN BARRACKS.

PHOTOGRAPH ONE OF SIX, B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. CHERRY AND TWO MEN MARCHING THREE ABREAST WITH TROOPS BEHIND THEM. THEY ARE MARCHING UNDER PLATFORM BETWEEN TWO BUILDINGS. MAN IN COAT AND HAT STANDS TO THE LEFT.

PHOTOGRAPH ONE OF SIX, B&W, RECTANGULAR, PHOTOS OF R. GREGG CHERRY WHILE IN MILITARY SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR I. PHOTO OF SHIP WITH SOLDIERS/ SAILORS LINING THE SIDES. PRINTED IN WHITE INK ON THE SIDE OF THE SHIP:"USS FINLAND." PRINTED ON BOTTOM OF PHOTO: "THE SHIP THAT BROUGHT US HOME."

PHOTOGRAPH SEPIA, RECTANGULAR, FULL LENGTH PHOTO OF CAPT. R. GREGG CHERRY IN WORLD WAR I UNIFORM, PHOTO MADE MAY, 1919.

PHOTOGRAPH SEPIA, RECTANGULAR, PHOTO OF CAPT. R. GREGG CHERRY IN WORLD WAR I UNIFORM, PHOTO DATED MAY, 1919.

PHOTOGRAPH THE 119TH INFANTRY, 60TH BRIGADE, CAMP SEVIER, GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.

PHOTOGRAPH THE 119TH INFANTRY, COL. F. LE J. PARKER, COMMANDING. CAPT. JOHN MANNING ADJ., CAMP SEVIER, SOUTH CAROLINA, MARCH 8, 1918.

PHOTOGRAPH THE SOLDIERS OF THE 30TH DIVISION DELOUSING. SEVERAL MEN IN TRENCH, SOME LOOKING AT CAMERA, ONE MAN PICKING AT HIS CLOTHES. B & W.

"The Piedmont" Magazine Souvenir Edition 30th Division First Reunion 1919.

PILLOWCASE PILLOW COVER, TUFTED WHITE W/ RED CROSS IN CENTER; FRINGED.

PIN CROSSED RIFLES W/ 3 ABOVE; WHICH BELONGED TO COL. MINOR.

"Plan for Layout Small Shelters," July 1918, Ypres Front, Belgium, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Poem written by Corporal J.M. McPhail, Co. L, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Poem written by Zoe Kincaid Brockman regarding the death of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Poem written for the wife of Captain Ben F. Dixon, Company K, 120th Division, killed in Action Near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

POSTCARD B&W PHOTO OF COLONEL SIDNEY MINOR WITH SOME OF HIS MEN IN TEXAS. THREE MEN STANDING IN BATTLEFIELD. 1918.

POSTCARD BLACK & WHITE DRAWING OF THE U.S.S. ZEELANDIA, SHIP WHICH RETURNED 30TH DIVISION FROM FRANCE AFTER WWI. NO BORDER. DESCRIPTION OF SHIP ON REVERSE.

POSTCARD BLACK & WHITE PHOTO OF FIELD MARSHALL SIR DOUGLAS HAIG. COMMANDED THE ARMY WHICH INCLUDED 30TH DIVISION, A. E. F. WHITE BORDER. NO MESSAGE ON REVERSE. FASCIMILIE OF AUTOGRAPH AT BOTTOM.

POSTCARD BLACK & WHITE PHOTO OF PRIVATE ROBERT M. TEACHEY, COMPANY B. 120TH INFANTRY, 30TH DIVISION, IN COAT & HAT. WHITE BORDER.

POSTCARD BLACK & WHITE PHOTO OF THE USS FINLAND WHICH BROUGHT AMERICAN SOLDIERS BACK FROM FRANCE AFTER WWI. CAPTION BELOW READS "THE SHIP THAT BROUGHT US HOME". NO BORDER.

POSTCARD COLOR CHRISTMAS POSTCARD. WHITE, WINTER SCENE WITH PINECONES AT TOP. "HEARTY GREETING AND EVERY GOOD WISH..." AT BOTTOM. HAND WRITTEN ON FACE "TO/COL. MINOR AND THE MEN OF THE 120TH..."

Postcard sent to R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division, for Thanksgiving.

Postcard sent to R. Gregg Cherry, Company A, 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

"Preliminary Report on Operations of the 105th Engineers Regiment, From October 2 to October 20 Inclusive, Headquarters. 30th Division, A.E.F., October 22, 1918."

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "A TYPICAL HUN". A PAINTING OF A BOCHE PRISONER DONE JULY 15, 1918 BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON. MOUNTED ON CONSTRUCTION PAPER.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "ACTION", SHOWING SOLDIERS FIRING A MACHINE GUN. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, 1918.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "AN EVERYDAY SIGHT", SHOWING AN OBSERVATION BALLOON ABLAZE. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "ESPRIT DE CORPS", SHOWING THE 33RD BATTALION MACHINE GUN CORPS IN ACTION AT METEREN, APRIL 13, 1918. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "THE MUSKETEER". A MACHINE GUNNER ADVANCING. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, 1918. MOUNTED ON CONSTRUCTION PAPER.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF THE CLOTH HALL, YPRES, BELGIUM. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, 1918.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF AN OIL SKETCH ENTITLED "THE EVENING HATE", SHOWING HEAVY GUNS IN PIGEON RAVINE BOMBARDING THE HINDENBURG LINE, WITH OBSERVATION BALLOON. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, 1918. MOUNTED ON PRE PRINTED CONSTRUCTION PAPER.

PRINT COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF AN OIL SKETCH OF THE CANAL OF ST. QUENTIN AND HONNECOURT VILLAGE. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, 1918. MOUNTED ON PRE PRINTED CONSTRUCTION PAPER.

PRINTS COLOR, RECTANGULAR, PRINT OF A WATERCOLOR PAINTING ENTITLED "THE SCOUT", FORET DE MORMAL. PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, NOVEMBER, 1918.

"Program of Training For 30th Division," August 12, 1918.

PUTTEE WWI ARMY PUTTEE (1948.3.4-5 ARE A SET).

PUTTEE WWI ARMY PUTTEE (1948.3.4-5 ARE A SET).

Recognition of Meritorious Conduct and Recommendation for Distinguished Service Cross For Private 1st class Herbert Champion, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, September 12, 1918.

Recognition of Officers, General Orders No. 49, Headquarters, 30th Division, November 26, 1918.

Recommendation for Captain Lennox P. McLendon to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 30, 1918.

Recommendation for Captain Robert M. Hanes to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 30, 1918.

Recommendation for Private Clarence Caldwell Hope to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, January 29, 1919.

Recommendation for Private Edward Ray Bumgardner to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, January 29, 1919.

Recommendation for Private Elmer Batten Moore to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, January 29, 1919.

Recommendation for Private Winfree to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 3, 1918.

Recommendations disapproved for a medal of distinguished service, February 18, 1919.

Recommendations for 1st Lieutenant Allan W. Douglas, Sergeant Fred M. Patterson, Sergeant Walter R. Minnish, and Private Rom D. Kirby to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 23, 1918.

Recommendations for 1st Lieutenant Benjamin R. Lacy, Jr., Chaplain and Corporal Benjamin S. Russell to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 23, 1918.

Recommendations for Distinguished Service Cross 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, October 20, 1918.

Recommendations for Sergeant Luther H. Barbour and Private Walter N. Perry to receive a distinguished service meal, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, December 30, 1918.

"Reconnaissance of Region North of Limey," Report to Colonel A.L. Cox From Major L. Bullwinkle, 2nd Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Prior to the Battle of St. Mihiel, September 9, 1918.

Recruiting poster for Machine Gun Troops featured in a newspaper. R. Gregg Cherry organized an outfit for North Carolina with Gastonia as the headquarters. These troops would eventually become part of the 115th Machine Gun Battalion, 30th Division.

"Report for the 1st Platoon, [Co. C]," July 17, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

"Report of Examination of Pill Boxes on Lankhof Farm on Morning of September2, 1918," by 1st Lieutenant Bascom L. Field, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

"Report of number of men in 113th Field Artillery without complete woolen uniforms," Camp Sevier, South Carolina, January 16, 1918.

Report of Officers and Men Killed in action Since Arrival overseas, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, November 19, 1918.

"Report of Operation in Canal Sector by Company B, 105th Engineers," by 1st Lieutenant John H. Trescot, September 15, 1918.

"Report of Sanitary Service of 30th Division, American E.F. from October 5, 1918 - October 20, 1918."

"Report of the Operations of the 105th Engineers Regiment, During the Battle of September 29, 1918- Laying the Tape," Division Engineers Office, October 3, 1918.

"Report of Work Done by the First Battalion, 105th Engineers in the Canal Sector, Ypres, Belgium, August 18 to September 3, 1918," by Major P.C. Cothran, September 15, 1918.

"Report of Work of First Battalion, 105th Engineers From October 2 to October 14, [1918] Inclusive," by Captain Fred D. Stafford.

"Report of Work of First Battalion, 105th Engineers," by Major P.C. Cothran, October 5, 1918.

"Report of Work of the 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers in the Operation of September 29 and 30, 1918," by 1st Lieutenant Harry S. Tucker, October 7, 1918.

Report of work of the 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers Regiment in the Ypres Canal Sector, Belgium, August 18 to September 3, 1918, by Major George L. Lyerly, September 15, 1918.

"Report of Work of the Second Battalion, 105th Engineers for Period October 2 to October 15 Inclusive," Headquarters, Second Battalion, 105th Engineers, A.E.F., October 16, 1918.

"Report on Casualties and Lack of Means of Evacuation," by 1st Lieutenant Joseph A. Speed, Medical Corps, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, September 25, 1918.

"Report on Casualties," List of Officers and Men Wounded in Action, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, February 12, 1919.

"Report on Cleaning Dugouts In Voormezeele," by 1st Lieutenant John H. Trescot, 105th Engineers regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

"Report on Engineer Operations, Headquarters, II Corps, A.E.F., October 22, 1918," by Colonel G.B. Pillsbury.

"Report on Gas Attack," Company F, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Ypres Front Belgium, August 30, 1918.

"Report on Individual Clothing and Medical Equipment," 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Camp Sevier, South Carolina, May 13, 1918.

"Report on Investigation of Gas Casualties," Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment 30th Division, Ypres Front, Belgium.

Report on materials used in construction of wire entanglement, Terdeghem Defense System, Belgium, July 10, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Report on Officers and Men Killed in Action, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, February 2, 1919.

"Report on Officers and Men," Headquarters, 105th Engineers, A.E.F., January 30, 1919.

Report on Operations of the 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers for the Period October 16 to October 20 Inclusive," Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers, A.E.F. October 21, 1918.

Report on the Movement of Ammunition, by 2nd Lieutenant Francis S. Harmon, 114th Field Artillery Regiment, September 4, 1918.

"Report on the St. Quentin Canal," September 1918. 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Roll of Honor record of Reginald W. Alston, Battery E, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Roster of officers and men, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division by demobilization camps, 1919.

Roster of the 55th Artillery Brigade (Headquarter, 113th, 114th, 155th Field Artillery Regiments, 105th Ammunition Train, 105th Trench Mortar Battery), 30th Division, September 12, 1918.

Roster of the Headquarters Company, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, France, January 8, 1919.

"Rough Rhymes of a Soldier," by Sergeant Leo T. Brinson, 119th Infantry, 30th Division.

"2nd [British] Army Summary Of Information, August 20, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

2nd Battalion training report, Belgium, July 10, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

"II Corps Instructions for Defense Against Cloud Gas Attack, August 22, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front Belgium, August 19,1918.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium August 16, 1918.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium August 17,1918.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium, August 11, 1918.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium, August 12, 1918.

"II Corps Summary Of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium, August 15, 1918.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium, August 19,1918.

"II Corps Summary of Intelligence," August 21, 1918, Ypres Front, Belgium.

"II Corps Summary of Information," Ypres Front, Belgium, August 13, 1918."

"Section of Bombproof Shelter," Drawing by Co. F., 105th Engineers Regiment, August 21,1918 Ypres Front, Belgium.

Service record and letter excerpt by Private Warren E. Ray, Company E, 117th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

Letter written by unknown soldier [Frank ____?] on August 22, 1919, regarding the service of Captain John E. Ray.

Letter written by unknown soldier [Frank ____?] on August 22, 1919, regarding the service of Captain John E. Ray.

Service record of Captain Wallace W. Riddick, 115th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division.

Service Record of Corporal Harley L. Tucker, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry, 30th Division who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Service record of Major General E.M. Lewis, commander of the 30th Division.

Service Record of Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Service Record of Private Don S. Sutton, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, killed by accident, August 18, 1918.

Service Record of Private J. Leslie Stillman, Company G, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Service Record of Private Jesse M. Avery who was killed in action on August 5, 1918 near Ypres, Belgium, Company M, 119th Regiment, 30th Division.

Service record of Private John D. Watson, Company K, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, September 2, 1918.

Service record of Private Joseph Laxton Huntley, Company (?), 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 22, 1918.

Service Record of Private Leslie Walston, Company K, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division who died from wounds near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Service Record of Private Paul Hogsed, Company 1, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 2, 1918.

Service Record of Private Reuben E. Davis, Company L, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Service Record of Private Robert Procelli, Company F, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 26, 1918.

Service Record of Private Tenney B. West, Company C., 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Service Record of Private Wiley Clifton Bisset, Company D, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, who was killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, July 18, 1918.

Service Record of Sergeant Fred M. Patterson, Supply Company, Regiment, 30th Division, Wounded in Action Near Limey, France, September 12, 1918, the Battle of St. Mihiel.

Service Record of Sergeant John D. Huffman, Engineer Train, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Service Record of Sergeant William G. Hewitt, Headquarters Company, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action near Ypres, Belgium, August 31, 1918.

Service Records Roster for Company A, 115th Machine-Gun Battalion, 60th Brigade, 30th Division.

SHOULDER ARM MUSKETOON; FRENCH, BROUGHT BY THE 105th Regiment of Engineers, 30th Division AFTER WWI, MODEL 1874, ARTILLERY MODEL "GRASS", SERIAL # 4688.

SHOULDER STRAP GERMAN MILITARY UNIFORM ACCESSORY

Sketch written by Colonel Sidney W. Minor, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, entitled "Calais."

"Something of the Operations of the 119th Infantry," A Brief History of the 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division by John Van B. Metts.

Special Orders No. 87 - Roster of Men Transferred from the 156th Depot Brigade to the 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Camp Sevier, South Carolina, May 18, 1918.

Surgeons Report on the Outbreak of Mumps and Measles, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, Camp Sevier, S.C., November 7, 1917.

Surgeon's Report, 113th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, October 25, 1918.

SWORD BAYONET PATTERN 1907; FOR USE W/ LEE ENFIELD .303 RIFLE; WOODEN GRIPS ATTACHED W/ 2 BOLTS; POMMEL, TANG, GUARD & BASE OF BLADE ARE BLUED; VARIOUS MARKS STAMPED ON ON BOTH SIDES OF RICASSO; LONG, NARROW FULLERS ON EACH SIDE OF BLADE; SCABBARD IS US MODEL 1917, FIRST TYPE; LEATHER PAINTED OLIVE DRAB W/ STEEL MOUNTS; LEATHER HOLDER ATTACHED TO TOP BLOCK W/ 2 RIVETS; "GF" IN OVAL STAMPED ON BACK TO LEFT OF LEATHER SPINE; "G 7 K / 1917" STAMPED ON BACK OF LEATHER HOLDER.

"Tabulation of Training," 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, June 21 to July 24, 1918.

TAPE TAPE; ACCORDING TO DONOR, USED TO LAY OFF MARKS FOR THE STARTING POINTS FOR ASSAULTS. LAID BY THE 105th Regiment of Engineers, 30th Division FOR THE ASSAULT BY THE 30TH DIVISION ON THE HINDENBURG LINE IN WWI.

Telegram to Josephus Daniels regarding the service of Captain Robert W. Winston, Jr., 116th Field Artillery Regiment, 30th Division, May 29, 1918.

30th Division, "Field Order No. 9," Movement Into The West Poperinghe Line, Ypres Front. Belgium, August 15, 1918.

30th Division, "Field Orders No. 10," Movement Into The West Poperinghe Line, Ypres Belgium, August 15, 1918.

"30th American Division Orders No. 1, August 21, 1918," Instruction on Implementing a Poison Gas Attack, Ypres Front Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence 6:00 AM October 10 to 6:00 AM October 11, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 5:00 AM September 29 to 4:00 PM September 29, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 21 to 6:00 AM August 22, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary Of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 21, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 24, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 Am August 28 to 6:00 AM August 29, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 29, to 6:00 AM August 30, 1918," Ypres Front Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 30 to 6:00 AM August 31, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM August 31 to 6:00 AM September 1, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 11 to 6:00 AM October 12, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 18 to 6:00 AM October 19, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 18, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 6 to 6:00 AM October 7, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 7 to 6:00 AM October 8, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM October 9 to 6:00 AM October 10, 1918."

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM September 1 to 6:00 AM September 2, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00 AM September 25, to 6:00AM September 26, 1918," St. Quentin Canal Sector, France.

"30th Division Summary of Intelligence, 6:00AM August 27 to 6:00 AM August 28, 1918," Ypres Front, Belgium.

Training Schedule, Ypres Front, Belgium, July 10-July 26, 1918, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

Transcript of letter written by 1st Lieutenant William M. Morgan, Company E, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

Tribute to Captain John E. Ray, Medical Corps, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, mortally wounded near Bellicourt, France, September 29, 1918.

TRIPOD METAL TRIPOD W/ THREE TELESCOPING LEGS; STORED IN LEATHER CASE W/ A LEATHER STRAP, USED BY R.G. CHERRY IN WORLD WAR I.

TROUSERS WWI ARMY UNIFORM TROUSERS.

TRUNK NEEDS SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION; WOODEN TRUNK; USED BY JOSEPH HYDE PRATT, 105 ENGINEERS, DURING WORLD WAR I.

TRUNK WOODEN TRUNK; USED BY JOSEPH HYDE PRATT, 105 ENGINEERS, DURING WORLD WAR I.

"Uniform and Equipment for Officers in the Field," Headquarters, 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division, Camp Sevier, South Carolina, April 21, 1918.

UNIFORM M1911 OLIVE DRAB COTTON COAT; STAND UP COLLAR; FIVE BUTTON FRONT; FOUR PATCH POCKETS ON FRONT; UNLINED; EAGLE BUTTONS; DISK ON LEFT COLLAR IS CROSSED CANNON UNDER "317" AND ABOVE "D" AND ON RIGHT IS "US/NA/317"; 81ST DIVISION (WILDCAT) PATCH ON SHOULDER; BREECHES.

U.S. ARMY KNAPSACK WORLD WAR I U.S. ARMY KNAPSACK.

US INFANTRY FLAG US NATIONAL, 48 STARS, MACHINE-MADE, STAFF SLEEVE W/ LEATHER TABS, GOLD FRINGE ON ALL BUT STAFF EDGE, MINOR HOLES & DISCOLORATION.

"The Use of Division Engineer Troops," Headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F., September 9, 1918.

War account of Private Dennis McCoy Coleman, Company H, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

War account written by Corporal James Elbert Gregory, Company M, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

War account written by Major William Archibald Graham, 120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division.

War account written by Private Albert P. Finch, Company F, 105th Supply Train, 30th Division.

War record of Private Charles Roy Snow, Company G, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, killed in action in France, October 10, 1918.

"Warning Order, Headquarters, 30th Division, A.E.F. France, October 19, 1918," to be Relieved from Battle.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF A CAMOUFLAGED ROAD AT KRUISTAAT, YPRES, PAINTING DONE ON CARDBOARD BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, AUG. 2, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF A ROAD CORNER IN OUDERDOM, BELGIUM, PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON WHILE IN BELGIUM, AUG. 3, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF A VIEW LOOKING OVER DICKEBUSCH, YPRES, PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON WHILE IN BELGIUM, JULY 14, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF AN OBSERVATION POST, DICKEBUSCH, ANZAC RIDGE, BELGIUM, PAINTING DONE BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON WHILE IN BELGIUM, JULY 11, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF KEMMEL HILL AS SEEN FROM OUDERDOM, PAINTING BY DONOR WHILE IN BELGIUM, JULY, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF KEMMIL HILL, A GERMAN STRONGHOLD, PAINTED BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON WHILE IN BELGIUM, JULY 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF THE ATTACK ON SCOTTISH WOOD, YPRES, PAINTED BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON WHILE IN BELGIUM, JULY 14, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF THE BELGIAN BATTERY CORNER, YPRES, PAINTED IN BELGIUM BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, JULY, 1918.

WATERCOLOR PAINTING COLOR, RECTANGULAR, WATERCOLOR PAINTING OF THE SCOUT OF THE THIRTIETH AMERICAN DIVISION "OLD HICKORY", SKETCHED AT FORT HUTCHISON, YPRES BY LT. COL. G. S. HUTCHISON, JULY, 1918.

"Work on the Terdeghem Defense System Front, June 30, 1918 to July 9, 1918, Inclusive," 105th Engineers Regiment, 30th Division.

"Work Report, First Battalion 105th Engineers, From October 14, 1918 to October 20, 1918 Inclusive," by Captain Fred D. Stafford, October 21, 1918.

"Work to be Accomplished in 18 Days in Order to Properly Train and Equip the 105th Engineers," August 1918.

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