A letter from Colonel F. A. Logan, to E. F. Fuller regarding a commendation, dated July 8, 1919.
The letter reads:
1.The closing of the business of this Camp as a Demobilization Center indicates your early separation from the army, upon your own application.
2.It is my pleasure to thank you for remaining in the service to this time, for your services have been of a character proving you an officer of great merit in your present arduous duties, when you might have made greater material progress in civil life.
3.That you have been largely instrumental in the raising of this command from fifth place to first, in standing among demobilization groups of the United States, should be a proud memory to you for it is as deserving of the commendation for the whole people of our nation as that gratefully tendered you by myself.
4.Thake with you to civil life this expression of my appreciation and best wishes for the future.
Bearing the signature of F. A. Logan.
From the World War One service of 1st Lt. then Cpt. Eldon F. Fuller, U.S. Army Infantry, R.C.; assigned to 18th Recruitment Squadron, 2nd Provisional Training Regiment, Aviation Camp, Waco, TX; 24th Co., 6th Trn. Bn., 162nd Depot Bde., 87th Div., Camp Pike, AR; Provost Guard, Military Police Co., Camp Bowie, TX; Casual Camp 2, Personnel Demobilization Center, Camp Bowie, TX.
|Date||August 5, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
Camp Bowie, Ft. Worth, Texas