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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

2002.69.36 - Correspondence

A letter from P.C. Harris, Adjutant General of the Army to E. F. Fuller regarding anti-typhoid inoculation, dated August 8, 1919. The letter breaks down topics in relation to typhoid into 1) the nature of the disease, 2) its transmission, 3) prevention of the disease by a) hygienic measures, and b) vaccination. The letter is sent by the order of the Secretary of War. 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

2002.69.37 - Correspondence

A letter from P.C. Harris, Adjutant General of the Army to E. F. Fuller regarding anti-typhoid inoculation, dated August 8, 1919. The letter breaks down topics in relation to typhoid into 1) the nature of the disease, 2) its transmission, 3) prevention of the disease by a) hygienic measures, and b) vaccination. The letter is sent by the order of the Secretary of War. 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

2002.69.38 - Correspondence

A letter on War Department letter heading from the Adjutant General of the Army to E.F. Fuller, dated December 4, 1919. The letter is meant to inform Fuller that he was appointed Captain, Infantry section Officers' Reserve Crops on November 26, 1919. 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.

2002.69.40 - Orders, Military

A copy of an order to add a number of paragraphs to the Army Regulations. The paragraphs deal with officers' pay, and covers all the different options that an officer in how to receive his pay. There are seven blank spaces that allow for monetary values, dates, relationships, and addresses. 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.

2003.31.33 - Application

Application for Commission by George Levi McCormac, War Department Air Service U.S. Army. Filled out by applicant, listing details of military activities since arriving in Europe, education history, work history and military history, citing his previous application for the 1st Officers Reserve Corps Training School at Ft. Riley in May of 1917, where he was "accepted by Examining Board with Grade "B" - was not called to attend." Date of enlistment also listed as November 26, 1917. Application signed by George L McCormac in Paris, France on October 4, 1918.

2003.38.92 - Letter

A letter from the Adjutant General's Office of the War Department to Mrs. Florence S. Marlette. Letter reads, Dear Madam: I have your letter of September 13th, making application for the Purple Heart decoration on account of the services during the World War, of your husband, the late Clarence A. Marlette, private, Company B, 18th Infantry. Under the regulation governing the award of the Purple Heart this decoration is not awarded posthumously, and it is, therefore, regretted that your application can not receive favorable consideration. The Silver Star citation awarded Private Marlette, In General Order NO. 1, Headquarters 1st Division, 1920, entitles the next of kin to the Silve

2004.8.8 - Orders, Military

Special order number 121 from the headquarters of the 35th Division, dated August 23, 1918. Order reads: 1.In compliance with telegraphic instructions from The Adjutant General, G.H.Q., A.E.F. July 5, 1918, the following named officer and enlisted men are relieved from assignment to their present organizations and from further duty with American Expeditionary Forces and will proceed August 26, 1918 to BREST, reporting upon arrival to the Commanding Officer at that place for Transportation to the United States, where upon arrival, they will report to the Commanding General, Port of Embarkation, as having been returned in compliance with War Department Cable number 1650-R dated June 28, 191

2004.8.10 - Orders, Military

Special order number 298 from the War Department headquarters at Camp Humphreys, dated December 21, 1918 The order lists the names of 13 soldiers that are instructed to travel to Camp Funston, Kansas in order to be discharged. These soldiers come from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Engineer Training Regiments, and from the 70th, 87th, and 606th Engineers. It also states that the service records, pay card, individual equipment records, pastor in service records, insert in service records, notices of discharges, reports of physical examinations, and the forms containing information relative to compensations is to be prepared for each soldier before leaving Camp Humphreys. The order bears an

2004.71.13 - Correspondence

A letter on War Department stationary from a captain at the Military Training Division to Mr. John H. Price regarding an application for the Officers' Reserve Corps, dated April 29, 1917. The letter reads: 1.The Department Commander directs me to return your application herewith and to inform you that you are under the minimum age for commission on the Officers' Reserve Corps. 2.It is suggested that you continue your military training as to doubt more officers will be called for within a few months and you will then be eligible. The paper bears the signiture of a captain. From the service of Musician, later 2nd Lieutenant John Hoover Price, 25th Cavalry Band, then Band, Hea

2004.71.14 - Correspondence

A letter on War Department stationary from Adjutant General Henry Pinckney McCain to Charles B. Congressman Charles B. Timberlake, dated May 10, 1917. The letter reads: My dear Sir: I beg leave to acknowledge receipt of your letter of May 5, 1917, inclosing a copy of a letter addressed to you my Mr. John H. Price, of Littleton, Colorado, relative to attendance at a training camp for reserve officers, stating that he is one month under age, and in response thereto to advice you that the minimum age limit of 20 years and 9 months will be adhered to. Applications for camp that may follow may be submitted on and after June 1, 1917. Very truly yours, Bears the signature of Henry Pinckney Mc

2006.135.29 - Letter

A form letter from the War Department to Mr. Davis dated June 27, 1930. Letter informs Mr. Davis that the application for adjusted compensation which had been submitted by Mr. Davis, as well as a credit certificate has been forward to the director of the United States Veterans' Bureau. From the service of pfc. William L. Davis Co. B, 139th Inf., 35th Division, AEF

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2011.69.6 - Pamphlet

Pamphlet: Back in the Good Old U.S.A. Published for distribution by the War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities (Second Edition) From the service of Private First Class James Dixon, Jr. Company B, 511th Engineers Service Battalion (Colored), AEF.