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Catalog Number 1991.96.2
Object Name book
Accession number 1991.96
Summary Table of Contents: The Call to Arms; The Formation of the 36th Division; Camp Bowie; From Texas to the Marne; The 71st Brigade at St. Etienne; Glory on the Aisne; Making Time at Tonnerre; The Homecoming; Bibliographic Notes; Index

Maps: Camp Bowie; The Meuse-Argonne Offensive; Daily progress of the 2d and 26th divisions in the Champagne area of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, 26 September-October 27, 1918; Relief of the 2d by the 36th division on Oct 10 , 1918, at St. Etienne-a-Arnes; Adjustment of Division boundaries on the Aisne River October 13-28. October 14-23, 36 Division relieves 73rd French Division and assumes responsibility for its sector. October 28, 36th Division relieved by French 22nd Division; The Battle of Forest Farm

Illustrations: Major General Edwin St. John Greble; The "Millionaire Company"; Company B of the 141st at quarters, Camp Bowie; Review of the 36th Divsion in Fort Worth, Texas; 36th Division Band at Bar-sur-Aube, April 11, 1918; Major General William R. Smith; Brigadier General Pegram Whitworth and Brigadier General John A. Hulen; Major General William R. Smith and his immediate staff; Major General Smith turns over command of Sector to Major General J. Spire; Company D, 111th engineers, building a road in the Meuse-Argonne, September 26; View of the 111th Sanitary Train, 36th Division, encamped near Dricourt, October 28, 1918; Two Members of Machine Gun Company; German Prisoners; The 36th and 29th Division football teams; General John J. Pershing
Title Panthers to Arrowheads: the 36th (Texas - Oklahoma) division in World War I.
Author White, Lonnie J.
Published Date 1984
Publisher Presidential press
Published Place Austin, TX
Search Terms 36th Division
ISBN 0935978038
OCLC Number 12771711