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Name Camp Bowie, Ft. Worth, Texas

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2002.69.55 - Orders, Military

An extract of a special order numbered 168 from Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, Texas, dated December 8, 1918. Order reads: 8. Paragraph 15, Special Orders No. 167, c.s., these headquarters, is hereby revoked. 9. Captain Eldon F. Fuller, Infantry, is hereby relieved from assignment to the Provost Guard Company, and will report to the Commanding Officer, Casual Camp. No.2, for duty. By order of Colonel Reed: Bears the typed signature of John M. Page, and has a pink triangular stamp. 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

2002.69.26 - Correspondence

A letter from E.F. Fuller to James Julian in regards to his march pay, dated April 11, 1919. Letter reads: 1.Enclosed find personal check for $9.35 to cover pay due you for March, 1919. 2.Request that you receipt and return as soon as possible, one copy of this letter. Below the letter 'Received enclosed check for $9.85 March 14, 1919- James Julian. 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, Personn

2002.69.10 - Receipt

A transfer of property receipt for items from the supply officer at Camp Bowie, Texas to Eldon F. Fuller at Camp Bowie, Texas, dated July 6, 1918 Items are: 2Tent wall, small. 2Tent wall small fly. 4Poles tent wall small. 2Pole ridge tent wall small. 10Tents pyr. 10Poles tent pyr. 3Cots steel. 93Cots G.M. 28Rakes steel. 1Hammer 3lbs. 11Hoe steel garden. 1Saw cross cut. 175Blankets O.D. Com. 5Lantren frams. 21Axes. 17Spades. 24Pickaxes. 4Hoods tents G.I. 3Cans G.I. 20Shovles S.H. 2Buckets G.I. 1Posthole digger. 1Field safe. 20Handcuffs From the World War One service of 1st Lt. then Cpt. Eldon F. Fuller, U.S. Army Infantry, R.C.; assigned to 18th Recruitment S

2002.69.11 - Receipt

A copy of a transfer of property receipt for items from the supply officer at Camp Bowie, Texas to Eldon F. Fuller at Camp Bowie, Texas, dated July 6, 1918 Items are: 2Tent wall, small. 2Tent wall small fly. 4Poles tent wall small. 2Pole ridge tent wall small. 10Tents pyr. 10Poles tent pyr. 3Cots steel. 93Cots G.M. 28Rakes steel. 1Hammer 3lbs. 11Hoe steel garden. 1Saw cross cut. 175Blankets O.D. Com. 5Lantren frams. 21Axes. 17Spades. 24Pickaxes. 4Hoods tents G.I. 3Cans G.I. 20Shovles S.H. 2Buckets G.I. 1Posthole digger. 1Field safe. 20Handcuffs From the World War One service of 1st Lt. then Cpt. Eldon F. Fuller, U.S. Army Infantry, R.C.; assigned to 18th Recr

2002.69.16 - Receipt

A receiving receipt from Eldon Fuller dated August 20, 1919. The receipt is for one Remington typewriter. 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.

2002.69.12 - Receipt

Receipt booklets for the 24 types of items from the quartermaster of Camp Bowie given to Eldon Fuller on July 6, 1918 and subsequently returned on July 16, 1918. 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.

2002.69.13 - Receipt

A property return receipt for two small tent walls dates of July, 1918. On July 6, 1918 two tent walls were received and then on June 16, 1918 they were received. This was the twelfth page from a booklet of property returns 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.

2002.69.14 - Receipt

A receipt from R.C. Waterman, Jr. dated August 8, 1919. The receipt reads: 'I certify that I have received from Captain E.F. Fuller, Inf., U.S.A. the following items, which were found by in in Camp. 1 Revolver, Colt, Cal…45, M1917 1 Holster, Revolver, Cal…45, M19109 1 Belt, Rev. or Pistol, M1912 1 Pouch, First Aid, M1913 1 Pocket, Revolver Cartridge Clip.' Bears the signature of R.C. Waterman. 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, Milit

2002.69.15 - Receipt

A duplicate receipt from R.C. Waterman, Jr. dated August 8, 1919. The receipt reads: 'I certify that I have received from Captain E.F. Fuller, Inf., U.S.A. the following items, which were found by in in Camp. 1 Revolver, Colt, Cal…45, M1917 1 Holster, Revolver, Cal…45, M19109 1 Belt, Rev. or Pistol, M1912 1 Pouch, First Aid, M1913 1 Pocket, Revolver Cartridge Clip.' Bears the signature of R.C. Waterman. 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 Gu

2002.69.33 - Correspondence

An officer's clearance sheet for E. F. Fuller, dated August 7, 1919. The sheet notes that Eldon Fuller is not longer to be held accountable for anything relating to Camp Bowie Texas. 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.

2002.69.22 - Correspondence

A copy of two brief correspondence regarding one Caption E. J. Hamner. The first correspondence is from Captain Hardie Lynch, M.C. Base Hospital #163, Cap Bowie to the camp surgeon dated December 8, 1918. 1.Examined Capt. E.J. Hamner Oct. 21, 1918, 8:30 P.M. Made diagnosis of severe attack Influenza and so reported to his organization of Oct. 22, 1918, A.M. Different members of his organization saw him each day during his illness Hardie Lynch. The second correspondence is from Camp Surgeon J.G. Ingold, Camp Bowie, Texas, to Captain Eldon F. Fuller at the same camp. For expla tain Hamner was not entered daily upon iod of his

2002.69.23 - Correspondence

A copy of a letter from Captain Eldon F. Fuller to the camp surgeon both at Camp Bowie, Texas dated December 13, 1918. Letter reads: "I. In compliance with 3rd Indorsement, this communication the following is respectfully submitted as explanation as why Captain Hamner was not entered on the daily Detachment Sick Book during his period of illness. On the morning of October 22, 1918 I was called to the phone and informed that Captain Hamner was unable to leave his room and that he requested that I come to the Military Police Headquarters and take charge of the detachment. I reported this fact to 1st Sgt. Clegg and came to the city to take charge of the Military Police, turning the Provos

2002.69.24 - Correspondence

A letter from E.F. Fuller, Personnel Officer, Demobilization Center to the Commanding Officer, Demobilization Center, about men to be retained as permanent personnel, dated March 24, 1919. Letter reads: 1.In compliance with Memorandum No. 1, Hq. Demobilization Center, March 24, 1919, the following is a list of men to be retained as Permanent Personnel for this office: NameRank 1.Colley, John J. Sergeant. 2.Gilmore, AdrainSergeant. 3.Young, J. D.Private 4.Hoffman, OscarPrivate 5.Richards, RoyPrivate 6.Cox, John J Private 7.Currie, MalcomPrivate 8.Kline, WilliamPrivate 9.McMinn, LonPrivate 10.Plesner, KalmanPrivate 2.With the two field clerks that are to be assigned to th

2002.69.27 - Correspondence

A copy of a letter from E. F. Fuller at Camp Bowie, Texas to the Zone Finance Office, dated May 5, 1919. Letter reads: 1.Attached hereto is my personal check for $2.75 covering the amount mentioned in paragraph #2., original communication. 2.I do not know whether or not the proper deductions were made from my mileage voucher. All the necessary data was included when this voucher was sent in. A part of the war tax was paid in cash to the Pullman Conductor but owing to the time since I was on above mentioned transportation I do not remember the exact amounts paid. 3.I do remember, however, that all forms I was furnished by transportation office, Camp Pike, Arkansas, were not used by me be

2002.69.28 - Correspondence

A letter on official letter heading on the War Department's Finance Service from Captain W.S. Ickes of the Quartermaster Corps to E. F. Fuller regarding receipt of other funds, dated May 29, 1919. The letter reads: 1.Receipt is hereby acknowledging of your letter or April 16, 1919, enclosed check for $1.28, covering Other Funds of Medical Detachment, 317th Ammunition Train. By authority of the director of Finance. Bears the signature of W. S. Ickes. 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 Bd

2002.69.29 - Correspondence

A letter on official letter heading on the War Department's Finance Service from Captain W.S. Ickes of the Quartermaster Corps to E. F. Fuller regarding receipt of other funds, dated May 29, 1919. The letter reads: 1.Receipt is hereby acknowledging of your letter or April 16, 1919, enclosed check for $1.28, covering Other Funds of Medical Detachment, 317th Ammunition Train. By authority of the director of Finance. Bears the signature of W. S. Ickes. 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 Bd

2002.69.30 - Correspondence

A letter on official letter heading on the War Department's Finance Service from Captain W.S. Ickes of the Quartermaster Corps to E. F. Fuller regarding receipt of ration savings, dated May 29, 1919. The letter reads: 1.Receipt is hereby acknowledging of your letter or April 16, 1919, enclosed check for $141.16, covering Ration Savings of Hq. Det., 317 Amnution Train By authority of the director of Finance. Bears the signature of W. S. Ickes. 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., 87t

2002.69.31 - Correspondence

A letter from Captain Chas F. Bremerman, Quartermaster Corps, to Captain E. F. Fuller regarding property loan records, dated July 8, 1919. The letter reads: 1.With Reference to your property accountability as personnel officer, Demobilization Center, Camp Bowie covering period from January 24, 1919 to July 8, 1919 you are informed that an examination of your Stock Record has been made by Captain Chas. G. Bremerman, Q. M. Corps, (Zone Property Auditor, and that said account has this date been audited and found correct By authority of the Director of Finance: C.L. Charlesbois Major, Quartermaster Corps, Zone Property Auditor Bears the signature of Chas F. Bremerman From the Wo

2002.69.32 - Correspondence

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

2002.69.34 - Correspondence

A duplicate of the an officer's clearance sheet for E. F. Fuller, dated August 7, 1919. The sheet notes that Eldon Fuller is not longer to be held accountable for anything relating to Camp Bowie Texas. 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.